-- Sophomores Kareem Crawford
and Brandon Baskerville
led the Coppin State men's track and field team to a second-place finish at the 2012 Indoor Terrapin Invitational at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex.
Crawford broke his own school record in the 60-meter hurdles, while Baskerville won the high jump competition.
Crawford placed seventh in the event in a school-record time of 8.17, which topped his previous record of 8.24.
Baskerville won the high jump title by clearing 6-10.25, which ranks as his second-best height during the indoor season.
Led by Crawford and Baskerville, the Eagles posted a second-place finish in the event which marks the highest ever in head coach Carl Hicks
tenure. Coppin State finished with 74 points and trailed only Maryland (101 pts) in the team standings.
The Eagles had a strong showing in the 200 meters led by senior Teo Bennett
. Bennett finished second in the event in a time of 22.34, while Jibri Victorian
finished third in 22.53 and Jeremy Dorsey
placed fifth in 22.82.
Bennett also finished eighth in the 60 meters in 7.05.
Coppin State received a fourth-place showing from Rayon Lawrence
in the 600 meters and its 4x400-relay team. Lawrence finished fourth in 1:23.38, while the team of L'Zerek Chapman, Justin Hodge
, Lawrence and Andre Thomas
finished fourth in 3:24.70.
and Romaine Burke
also scored for the Eagles. Morrison placed fifth in the 800 meters in 1:57.87, while Burke finished sixth in the long jump with a mark of 22-5.00.