On the March 30 event, Dennison Long claimed his first title of the outdoor season by winning the 200m dash (21.83), in addition to qualifying for the IC4A meet in the 100m dash with a time of 10.81
Sprinter Mercedes Jackson led the Retrievers on the day, breaking a pair of school marks. In the 100m dash, Jackson led a group of four Retrievers in the top-five, winning the event with a time of 11.65 and qualifying for May's ECAC meet. Jackson made it a sweep by taking top honors in the 200m dash with a new personal-record time of 23.60. She along with freshman D'Nique Phillip (24.51), the second-place finisher, qualified for the regional meet with Phillip recording the third-fastest time in school history.
The Retrievers owned both the women's relay races, claiming the 4x100 and the 4x400 events, both in ECAC-qualifying time. In the shorter of the two, Ebonique Jones, Phillip, freshman Tessa Seale and Jackson combined to cross the line in 47.28
(Statistics courtesy of Paige Schneider, UMBC Athletic Communications)