Lee Duncan
Lee Duncan
Year: Senior
Hometown: Long Beach, CA
High School: Loyola HS
Position: Sprints

Duncan claimed victory in the 100m at the All-UC, running a wind-legal 10.96. He helped the Gauchos to a second place showing in the 4 x 100m relay, anchoring in 42.05. Ran a win-aided 100m best at the Big West Double Dual of 10.72, placing third overall.  

Competed in five competitions during his freshman campaign for the Gauchos. Overcame injury setbacks to place 16th at the Big West Championships in the 100m. Captured his first collegiate win, helping the Gauchos win the 4 x 100m relay at the Cal Poly Dual, running a seasons best 41.26. Seasons best in the 100m was a 10.93w at the Cal Poly Dual where he placed fifth. 

Duncan attended Loyola High School. He competed in the sprints and relays, helping set the school record for the Cubs in the 4 x 100m and 4 x 200m relays. Duncan broke the 11 second mark in eight different meets his senior year and would go onto to run a personal best time of 10.79. His personal best in the 200m came at the Mission League Finals with a time of 21.75. High school coach was Michael Porterfield. Also played football.

Parents are Lee and Debra Duncan...Majoring in Economics...Aspires to become and Economist...Personal hero is his father...Favorite book is "Lord of the Flies".

Collegiate Bests 
100m- 10.72w (2015 Big West Double Dual) 
4 x 100m - 41.26 (2014 Cal Poly Dual)