|Patterson (SCSU athletics)|
Two area freshmen got to play a role in that title win. Terrell Patterson, a former standout at Kaynor Tech, and Christopher LeBeau, a top runner for Bristol Eastern, each ran in the same relay.
Patterson, LeBeau, Dan Perusina and Carlos Flores teamed up for a the 4x800-meter relay, and they finished fifth in a time of 8:08.05. The quartet earned four team points for the Owls.
|LeBeau (SCSU athletics)|
Patterson and LeBeau also took part in the distance medley, which finished fifth. Sophomore Justin Kelly and freshman Shawn Odei-Ntiri also took part in the relay, which finished in 10:21.08.
LeBeau also took part in the mile and he finished sixth in a time of 4:20.44.
The meet was held this past Saturday and Sunday at the Smith College Track and Tennis Center in Northampton, Mass.
|Elder (SNHU athletics)|
Ashley Elder, Southern New Hampshire University
indoor track and field
The former Bristol Central standout also participated in the Northeast-10 championship meet.
Elder, one of the best in the league in the shot put, took second with a throw of 44-02 feet. The winning toss from SCSU's Destiney Coward traveled 44-10.25. Elder finished just .21 meter behind Coward (13.46 to 13.67).
Elder earned eight points for SNHU. It was the seventh Top 5, and sixth Top 2, finish this year for the junior. She also competed in the weight throw and finished ninth.
SNHU finished eighth out of 12 teams.
|Rodriguez (Wheelock athletics)|
The Wildcats lost their first round New England Collegiate Conference playoff game 62-54 to Lesley, but Rodriguez did what he could to alter that outcome.
Rodriguez led all scorers with 21 points, and he pulled down 11 rebounds. The junior played all 40 minutes, shot 9-of-16 from the floor, and even made a 3-pointer. Rodriguez is Wheelock's tallest player at 6-foot-5. He also had one assist and two steals.
Rodriguez started 23 of the 24 games he played in and averaged 15.9 points and 8.3 rebounds in 29.9 minutes. He led the team in points per game and rebounds per contest. Rodriguez had games of 31, 30, 29 and 28 points. His top rebounding game was 15, followed by a pair of 13-board efforts.
Matt Finke, Mitchell College basketball
|Finke (Mitchell athletics)|
In another NECC playoff game, the Mariners defeated Elms College 70-49 at home, and Finke got a chance to show what he can do.
The sophomore reserve played 18 minutes and filled in many spots on the statsheet. Finke had four points, three rebounds, three assists and three steals in his time on the floor. The former Wolcott standout shot 1-of-2 from the floor, missed his lone three-point attempt and knocked down both of his free throw opportunities.
Mitchell goes to Becker College for a semifinal game tonight at 7 o'clock.
Statistics and information compiled from the team website of each athlete.