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MM 5.3: Maryland track and field had record performances at Jesse Owens Invitational

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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The Maryland Outdoor track and field team set new records at the Jesse Owens Invitational hosted by the Ohio State Buckeyes.

Senior Bria Mack’s time of 11.60 seconds for the 100m dash in the finals moved her up to No. 4 all-time in program history.

Freshman Jeff Kline earned a new personal record with 18.58m in the shot put open championships and moved up to being No. 4 all-time.

Freshman Hayden Tobias set a personal record and climbed to No. 8 all-time in Maryland history with 17.82m in the shot put. He also set a personal record in men’s discus throw with 48.47m.

Sophomore Anna Coffin also set a personal record of 4:39.25 on the 1500m, and Sophomore Joe Ewan and Freshman Kamari Trotz both set personal records back-to-back with times of 10.60s. and 10.68s respectively.

Maryland is set to compete Friday, May 7, at Penn State’s Jim Thorpe Invitational.

In Other News

The Los Angeles Rams drafted Maryland running back Jake Funk in the seventh round of the 2021 NFL Draft.

Maryland men’s soccer lost to Missouri State 2-1 marking the end of its season.

No. 2 seed Maryland women’s lacrosse lost to No. 1 seed Northwestern for the third time this season in the Big Ten championship game.

Former Maryland wide receiver DJ Turner signed with the Las Vegas Raiders.

Maryland linebacker Shaq Smith signed with the New Orleans Saints.

Maryland women’s lacrosse fell to Northwestern in Big Ten Championship, 17-12.

Maryland baseball closed out the weekend with the series sweep over Minnesota.

Maryland women’s tennis fell to Iowa in the Big Ten quarterfinals.

Maryland softball had a tough weekend series going 0-4 against Nebraska.

Three Terps earned spots on the Maryland women’s lacrosse Big Ten all-tournament team.

Maryland women’s basketball sophomore guards Ashley Owusu and Diamond Miller were both ranked in the top 15 of ESPN’s player rankings.

Maryland men’s lacrosse reflected on head coach John Tillman’s successful career.