West Point kicked off the NECTC season today by becoming the first conference team to host a conference race just a day after hosting a youth triathlon. On the grounds of Camp Buckner, West Point claimed both male and female team victories. On the male side Andrew Keenan (Drexel) led from the start and never looked back. He took a 1+ minute lead out of the water, extended it to 5+ minutes on the bike, and finished it off with a near 6 minute victory in a time of 1:06:11. Wolf
Another great race for the NECTC. At 7am this morning NECTC athtletes jumped into the Atlantic to test each others abilities.
The big story on the day has to be the dual between the University of Conneticut and the United States Coast Guard Academy. Both teams were in full swing finishing right on top of each other. UConn's Chris Mullhall led the way in 4th, followed by USCGA's Sam Roets in 5th, UConn's Kyle Hall in 6th, and USCGA's Matt Chapman in 7th. But it was USGA's B
Yesterday Lakeville, Massachusetts played host to the first NECTC race of the season at Sun Multisport's Cranberry Trifest. Twelve teams from the conference came to represent their respective universities: West Point, Drexel, Rutgers, Northeastern, University of Vermont, US Coast Guard Academy, Syracuse, University of Conneticut, Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts. Saint Michael's. Both races were close for the overall win. Pre-race favorites Spencer Ralston and Angelica