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Men's Outdoor Track and Field Takes Runner-Up For Third Straight Season

Men's Outdoor Track and Field Takes Runner-Up For Third Straight Season

For the third straight season, the Central Connecticut men's outdoor track and field team was named the Northeast Conference runner-up. The team totaled 128 points and took home 11 medals. Wagner was crowned the NEC Champions totaling 165 points. 

Junior Miles Fye-Moore was crowned the Most Outstanding Track Performer (Sprints).


Freshman Eddie Nicholas put the stamp on his breakout season, winning the 3000m steeplechase and nearly breaking the meet record with a time of 9:12.68. 

The 4 x 100 meter team consisting of Jovan Dixon, Ali Diaby, Cam Whalen, and Miles Fye-Moore took gold posting a time of 41.34.

The Blue Devils dominated the 200 meter dashing, earning both the gold and silver medal. Junior Miles Fye-Moore placed first at 21.36 seconds and teemate Ali Diaby was right behind coming in at 21.65. Diaby also took silver in the 400m run with a time of 47.40.

Sophomore Andrew McCarthy took silver in the discus finals with a mark of 50.87m. Nick Kocienda placed fourth in the event and the duo earned 13 points for CCSU.

Freshman Jake Ireland posted a strong showing in the 1500m finals, coming in third place with a time of 3:55.50.

Combined with the results from day one, the Blue Devils totaled 128 points and took home second place as a team.






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