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Defending Little 500 Champion Sets Fastest Beta Theta Phi Time
Updated April 7, 2014 10:26 AM
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(BLOOMINGTON) - Christopher Craig of Beta Theta Phi, the defending Little 500 champion, is heading into the Spring Series posted with the fastest ITT Time in Beta Theta Phi history with 2:22:98.

Craig improved his time by nearly 19 seconds.

He credited his quick lap at the Bill Armstrong Stadium to a fast start and being able to push himself through the sprint to finish with consistent laps.

Runner-up was Rob Lee of Phi Delta Theta, who finished only .37 seconds slower than Craig. Delta Tau Delta's Paul Smith followed close behind, finishing his run in third for a second consecutive year with a 2:23.62.

Spencer Brauchla (2:23.76) of Black Key Bulls finished fourth and Ryan Romernesko (2:23.95) of Phi Delta Theta rounded out the top five.

Phi Delta Theta took the lead in Spring Series points with Lee and Romernesko being joined by Wesley Ring who finished eighth with a time of 2:25.37.

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