, Newburyport, MA


January 25, 2013

LeBlanc undefeated in dash for Bowdoin


LeBlanc’s training regimen could also be described as intense as he attempts to balance both sports. Since the fall, he has participated in the standard Bowdoin baseball lifting program and attended every track practice.

LeBlanc will run in four more meets before making the transition to baseball. Last winter, he capped his track season by placing 17th in the 60-meter dash at the New England Championships.

“Depending on travel, I’d like to go to the first baseball practice, even if I just watch and support the team,” LeBlanc said. “I’ll run at New England’s the next day, then I’ll get my glove and bat and get going for baseball.”

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