WILMINGTON, North Carolina - Meena Reid and Clarissa Perkins broke their own school records in the 100 meters and Shot Put to lead UNCW's women's team to a convincing win at the UNCW Seahawks Invitational on Saturday at the Greene Track & Field Complex. The Seahawks posted a sweep of the meet as the men also claimed the meet championship.

Reid narrowly broke her own standard in the 100 meters, topping her previous record by 0.01 seconds when she clocked in at 11.70. She added another win in the 200 meters, posting a time of 24.48. For Perkins, her toss of 45-10.5 feet eclipsed her record of 45-3.75 set last weekend at the Battle of the Beaches. She added a win in the Discus with a career-best mark of 148-7.

Adding wins for the Seahawks was the 4x100 relay of Valerie Afam, Reid, Maya Baxter and Hailey Blackburn and Marlee Cadwell in the Pole Vault.

UNCW's men's team won two relays as the 4x100 relay of David Lindsay, Jeremy Johnson, Jordan Reed and Cam White clocked in at 41.40 and the 4x400 squad of Collins-Hall, Anthony Colon, Alec Faust and Trip Foreman went 3:21.56.

Adding individual event wins were Johnson in the 100 meters, Lindsay in the 110 Hurdles, Faust in the 400 Hurdles and Aerial Chatman in the Triple Jump.

UNCW next competes in the Shamrock Invitational on Mar. 14-16, in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

Women's scores: UNCW 316.5, North Dakota 148, Campbell 102, UNCG 46, UNC Pembroke 30, Barton 20, Shaw 8

Men's scores: UNCW 276.5, UNC Pembroke 147, North Dakota 128.5, Campbell 43, UNCG 25, Washington and Lee 18, Methodist 13, Shaw 12, Barton 8