Click Here For Complete ResultsLandover, MD -- Long Island (128 points) won its first NEC Women's Indoor Track & Field championship on Sunday, outdistancing second place UMBC (84) and third place Monmouth (77) at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex in Landover, Maryland. The Blackbirds captured five individual events en-route to the crown.Long Island junior Camilla Harris was named the Most Valuable Performer after winning the 60 meter hurdles (8.74) and the triple jump (11.80 meters). Senior teammate Patricia Metzger won the 500 meters (1:16.99) and sophomore Destinee McCray won the 400 meters (58:05). The Blackbirds’ 4x400 meter relay team (N’Kelle Anderson, Sakinah Patterson, Kemelia Campbell, Metzger) also picked up gold after they outraced the field with a 3:56.30 finish.UMBC senior Cleopatra Borel was named the Outstanding Field Performer for the second consecutive season after sweeping the shot put (16.36 meters) and the weight throw (18.03 meters) with NEC meet record tosses. Fairleigh Dickinson junior Evelyn Cheptoo was selected as the Outstanding Track Performer after winning the 3,000 (10:22.47) and 5,000 (18:03.64) meters.In addition, Borel's shot throw of 18.03 meters met NCAA automatic qualifying standards as she will be competing at nationals later this month.