Last Updated: June 14, 2010
Freshman (2010)... Outdoor... Redshirted... did not compete in any meets for Michigan... Indoor... Redshirted... did not compete in any meets for Michigan.
Prep... Detroit Mumford (2009)... led Elk Grove (H.S.) to a 7th-place finish in the San-Joaquin Station as a sophomore... three-time All-City selection (cross country)... named first-team All-Wayne County as a junior (cross country)... led Mumford to first cross country regional championship by any Public School League team... All-Regional in 4x800-meter relay and 1600-meter run as a senior... All-City selection in 1600-meter and 3200-meter runs as a junior... was part of fifth-place finish 4x800-meter relay team as a sophomore... also named All-State selection twice in that event... state qualifier and city champion (cross country) as a sophomore... two-time All-City selection (track and field) in 4x800-meter relay and 3200-meter run... also All-City selection (track and field) in 800-meter run and 1600-meter run as a senior... led Los Banos (H.S.) to undefeated season in Central California Conference as a freshman... national honor society... honor roll all four years... two-year Principal All-"A" team selection... Operation Friendship Scholar-Athlete Award recipient as a senior... Personal Bests... 800-meter run -- 1:54.80... 1600-meter run -- 4:27.68... 5,000-meter run -- 15:48.
Personal... Ramses Dingane Dukes was born November 3, 1991... son of Gregory and Pamela Dukes... twin brothers Menachem and Shaka Dukes run cross country and track for Michigan State... enrolled in College of Literature, Science and the Arts... political science and history major.
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