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IC4AIntercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (also seen as ICAAAA)
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The following week, he led off the mile relay at the IC4A Championships in New York with a time of 48 seconds and the Crusaders took third, just 0.1 seconds off the school record, which he had helped set the year before.
IC4A Championships: Senior Brendan Medeiros led Holy Cross with a 20th place finish in the 1,000 with a time of 2:28.42 at Boston University.
IC4A Championships: UMass' Sean Busch, a senior out of Nashoba Regional, placed sixth in the pole vault by clearing a school-record 16 feet, 3/4 inches at Boston University.
In addition, he was a member of the 2-mile relay team that won the IC4A championship and the national AAU championship in 1961.
Atlantic 10 Championships: Former Nashoba Regional star Sean Busch won the pole vault by clearing 15-3 for UMass in Amherst, while another former Nashoba standout, Joe Doyle, was part of the Minutemen's 3,200-relay team that earned fourth place (7:28.55) and qualified for the New England and IC4A championships.
Lehigh sophomore Stephen Tutunjian of Shrewsbury won the long jump at the Lehigh Covert Classic and qualified for the IC4A Championships.
Dulong captured the IC4A cross country crown twice, once in record time, and held the college mile mark of 4:01.1 set in the Boston Athletic Association Indoor Games.
UMass sophomore Lisa Wilson of Holden took sixth in the discus at the IC4A Championships in Princeton, N.J., tossing a school-record 155 feet, 9 inches, and qualifying for the NCAA Regional meet.
Holy Cross concluded its season by taking part in the IC4A men's and ECAC women's championships at Princeton University.
Boone's was also part of the sixth-place distance medley relay team that checked in with a time of 10:08.73, which qualified the Minutemen for the IC4A Championships in Boston next weekend.