TROY, N.Y.--Connecticut College sophomore Mike LeDuc (Canton, Conn.) posted a winning time of 9:01.83 to win the 3000 meter steeplechase at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship hosted by RPI.

TROY, N.Y.--Connecticut College sophomore Mike LeDuc (Canton, Conn.) posted a winning time of 9:01.83 to win the 3000 meter steeplechase at the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship hosted by RPI. LeDuc broke his own school record (9:03.72) and successfully defended his 2011 ECAC Championship. Last year, LeDuc posted a winning time of 9:13.48 at Moravian College. In other action, the Camel quartet comprised of Matt Boudreau (Bridgewater, Mass.), Tristan Cole (St. Helen, Calif.), Ian Rathkey (Old Lyme, Conn.) and Andrew Duarte (Rocky Hill, Conn.) garnered All-ECAC accolades with a sixth place scoring in the 4x800 meter relay, breaking their own school record with a time of 7:49.46. In the 4x100 meter releay, Rasheed Mitchell (Chicago, Ill.), Brian Gooch (Columbia, N.H.), Geoff Phaneuf (Woonsocket, R.I.) and Alex DeShields (Melrose, Mass.) posted a school record setting time of 43.44 seconds. The Camel men finished in a 27th place tie with SUNY-Alfred with 13 points. Freshman Samantha Pevear (Somersworth, N.H.) set a personal record by four and a half feet, earning All-ECAC honors with a throw of 128 feet, nine inches in the discus. In the 200 meters, Sara Gildersleeve (Sharon, Mass.) posted a personal record setting time of 26.14 seconds for Connecticut College. The Camel women scored two points to finish in a five-way tie for 49th place Friday.

May 18, 2012

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