Duke senior Ellison Goodall clocked 9:23.0 to set a national AIAW record in the 3,000-meter run yesterday, highlighting the University of Maryland Women's Track Invitational at Byrd stadium.

Goodall, named the meet's outstanding runner, never ran computively until two years ago. The only woman running competitor at Duke, she practices with the men's coach, Al Buehler, and travels with the North Carolina State team.

Her triumph overshadowed meetrecord performances in 15 of 20 events. Morgan State of Baltimore set relay marks in the mile, 440 and 880 medley.

Maryland's relay team of Kim Dunlap. Patty Fogerty, Sandy McGuire and Joan Giebel captured the two-mile in 9:05.4, a meet record. The Terrapins held the lead through the last leg until Virginia anchor Margaret Gross swept past Giebel. But the Maryland freshman passed Gross off the final curve, clocking a 2:13.0 half-mile split.

Earlier, Giebel ran a 2:12.3 open 800-meter race, losing to Rutgers' Cynthia Wuss at the wire.

Maryland sophomore Paula Girven amassed 3,809 points to win the pentathlon. Girven, competing for ther first time in all five events, won the high jump with a leap of 5 feet 11 and the long jump with 17-9 1/2. The 1976 Olympian also took the 100-meter hurdles in 14.7.

Catholic University freshman Kathy Koinig totaled 3.234.5 points for second in the pentathlon.

Maryland freshman Jalene Chase, the meet's outstanding field event competitor, cleared 5-10 to win the open high jump.