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Topic - Greg Robertson
Lancaster and Robertson said they remain close with many of their old teammates and often meet up at home track meets that could soon not exist.
"With the economy and the new athletic director, I kind of felt it wasn't going to be long," said Robertson, who works for the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission. "The only problem is it helps a lot of African-American people. They gave a lot of African-Americans a chance to get a scholarship and further their education."