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Track and Field Squads Head Back to NYC for Rider/Lafayette Invitational

BALTIMORE, MD. - The Retrievers' track and field teams are headed back to New York City this Friday to compete in the Rider/Lafayette Invitational.

Returning to the city may be to the liking of senior Aaron Brooks (Upper Marlboro, Md./Dematha) . He will  has bettered his own school record in the shot put at all meets this season. His current record in shot put stands at 16.13m (52'11").

Teammate Cameron McDearmon (Owings Mills, Md./ Franklin) will be expected to maintain strong performances in field events as well. His personal-best in the weight throw is a toss of 17.65m (56'11").

On the women's side, freshman Mary Katherine Kulp (Vestal, N.Y./ Vestal) continues to climb the performance list. She currently is ranked fifth all-time in the 800m with a time of 2:18.08.

Running a 57.56 in the 400m last weekend, Kalane' Abbey (Laurel, Md./ Laurel) will be looking to garner points for the Retrievers as she is currently listed fifth all-time in the event.

The Rider/Lafayette Invitational is a one day event beginning Friday morning.

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