Ithaca won the ECAC's with a team score of 52.25, followed by both Southern Maine and TCNJ, who both totaled 48 points. Springfield's 38 points were good enough for seventh place.
Headley was crowned the ECAC Champion in the 55 meters as he continued to improve his time, becoming the first person in among Division III runners in the country to break 6.30. Last season, Headley ran a time of 6.24 to win the national championship in the event.
In the 400, Nickel Hay took third as he finished in 49.95, while Steve Creamer ran a split of 2:33.89 in the 1,000 meters to take sixth place.
Springfield's 4x200 relay took third with a time of 1:30.67 and its 4x400 relay placed fourth after crossing the finish line in 3:22.98.
In the jumping events, Kevin Coyle recorded a distance of 6.81 meters (22-04.25) in the long jump to claim third place. Coyle also placed seventh in the triple jump with a mark of 13.94 meters, (45-09.00).
For finishing in the top eight of their respective events, these student athletes earned All-ECAC honors.