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Mr. Chad Campbell
Graduated 2001

123 Vital Street
Lafayette, Louisiana 70503


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1500 meters-4:05
5000 meters-15:27
10000 meters-32:45
8000 meters-26:57
3000 meters-8:52
All sunbelt academics and dean’s list for 2002-2004
Sunbelt Conference Champions for Cross Country 2004
Majoring in finance
From Mandeville,LA and attended Fontainebleau High School

Track & Field: Lemaire, Campbell ready

March 19, 2005 –
Dan McDonald

After a wait of three seasons, Justin Lemaire and Chad Campbell were apparently anxious to begin competition in the Louisiana Classics.

Lemaire and Campbell finished one-two Friday night for the host University of Louisiana team in the men’s 10,000-meter race, which officially opened the Louisiana Classics meet at the newly-refurbished Cajun Track.

Lemaire had a 32:40.24 clocking and Campbell finished at 32:52.47 to lead the field and give UL an early boost in its first home track meet since 2002. Friday’s men’s and women’s 10K events were the first competitive events held on the new facility.

In addition to Lemaire and Campbell, redshirt Jobie Gisclair finished fourth in the men’s event in 33:46.94.

Mandy Wallace of Southeastern La. won the women’s 10,000 with a 37:12.52 time. UL’s Suzanne Boudreaux ran a personal-best 42:52.25 in finishing fourth.

Louisiana Classics competition continues today with field event competition beginning at 10 a.m. with the men’s javelin and 11 a.m. with the women’s long jump. Running events begin at 1 p.m. with the women’s and men’s 3000-meter steeplechase.

The team field will include Drake, UL Monroe, Louisiana Tech, New Orleans, Nicholls State, Northwestern State, Southeastern Louisiana and Hinds Community College, but there will also be a large number of athletes competing unattached – some of them world-class performers.

At least two Olympic gold medalists, Kelly Willie and Bennie Brazell, are scheduled to take part in either individual events or relays.

The Olympic group also includes Leonville product and former Beau Chene and LSU standout Walter Davis, who competed in the 2004 Olympics in the long and triple jumps.

Louisiana Classics

Friday’s Results


10,000-Meter Run – 1. Mandy Wallace, SLU, 37:12.52; 2. Wongani Phiri, Nicholls St., 41:31.86; 3. Anastasia Jones, Nicholls, 41:54.85; 4. Suzanne Boudreaux, UL, 42:52.25.


10,000-Meter Run – 1. Justin Lemaire, UL, 32:40.24; 2. Chad Campbell, UL, 32:52.47; 3. Sean Allerton, SLU, 33:22.37; 4. Jobie Gisclair, unattached, 33:46.94; 5. Resendo Vallejos, SLU, 35:40.03.

Cajun performers to watch

Below are members of the Ragin’ Cajun squad that finished in the top 10 at last weekend’s outdoor opener in the UNO Invitational. They will be among the UL performers to watch in today’s Louisiana Classics meet:


400 – Ashley Brooks, 5th, 59.35.

800 – Jasmine Collins, 2nd, 219.82; Rose Wilson, 5th, 2:23.76.

1500 – Laura Zaunbrecher, 5th, 4:58.69.

100 Hurdles – Kim Octave, 2nd, 14.50; Quantisha Rambo, 6th, 15.51.

400 Hurdles – Laura Credeur, 3rd, 1:05.49.

4×100 Relay – Cajuns, 5th, 49.63.

4×400 Relay – Cajuns, 4th, 3:55.46; Cajuns ‘B’, 8th, 4:16.15.

Long Jump – Clarissa Johnson, 1st, 19-1.25.

Triple Jump – Clarissa Johnson, 1st, 41-0.25; Latoya Celestine, 6th, 36-2.75.

Pole Vault – Andree Bonvillain, 3rd, 10-6; Lauryn Allgood, 5th, 10-0.


100 – Jarvis Murchison, 4th, 10.69.

1500 – Walter Whitfield, 7th, 4:05.58; Ryan Dupree, 9th, 4:07.47.

110 Hurdles – Kyle Ward, 2nd, 14.69; Luke Moody, 3rd, 14.80.

400 Hurdles – Luke Moody, 4th, 57.05; Louis Roquemore, 7th, 57.95.

4×100 Relay – Cajuns, 2nd, 41.36.

4×400 Relay – Cajuns, 3rd, 3:20.34.

Pole Vault – Scott Lowry, 1st, 16-0.

Triple Jump – Kenny Minton, 2nd, 47-7.25; Joseph Dickens, 4th, 44-8.

Originally published March 19, 2005