Maryland track and field’s outdoor schedule was released Tuesday, featuring 10 regular-season meets.
Maryland will begin the season at UCF for the Black and Gold Invitational, which will run from March 15-16. It’ll then return to College Park for the Maryland Challenge (March 22-23).
The Terps will then head back south for the Florida Relays, set for March 29-30. After that, they’ll compete in the Dalton Ebanks Invitational, hosted by George Mason, during the first weekend of April.
A stretch of four consecutive road meets follows, beginning with the Bryan Clay Invitational in Azusa, California, and the Long Beach Invitational in Long Beach, California, from April 11-13. The following weekend, the Terps will travel back east to take part in the Virginia Challenge and the Hopkins/Loyola Invitational.
Maryland’s penultimate meet of the regular season will take place from April 25-27, when they’ll compete in the Penn Relays.
Maryland will wrap up its regular season when it hosts Kehoe Twilight Meet on May 3.
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