BRUNSWICK, Maine.--For the third consecutive year, Michael LeDuc (Canton, Conn.) has earned First Team All-NESCAC recognition for Connecticut College. LeDuc posted a time of 24:30.35 on the 8k course to finish in third place for the Camels and will be named to the All-NESCAC squad when it is formally announced this week.
"I am very proud that Mike will be receiving first team All-NESAC honors for the third straight year," Connecticut College Head Men's Cross Country Coach Jim Butler said Saturday.
Colby Horowitz posted a time of 24:26.78 to win the race on his home course for the Bowdoin College Polar Bears. Tufts University placed five of its runners among the top 20 to win the NESCAC Championship with a score of 66 points. The Camels, ranked #8 in New England, finished eighth in the 11 team field with a score of 199 points.
Sophomore Patrick Dermody (Erieville, N.Y.) was the Camels second finisher in 34th place with a time of 25:29 on the 8k course. Andrew Duarte (Rocky Hill, Conn.) posted a time of 25:46 to finish in 43rd place. Andrew Majkut (Upton, Mass.) was 68th with a time of 26:31 for the Camels.
Brad DeMarco (Weston, Conn.) checked in with a time of 26:54 in 85th place. Tristan Cole (St. Helena, Calif.) posted a time of 26:56 in 87th place. Senior Tim Murtagh (Rowley, Mass.) finished in 96th place with a time of 27:12 for the Camels.