A two-time all-region honoree in cross country, Brodeur closed out his collegiate career with the third-best performance on Duke's all-time track & field charts in the indoor 3,000m and with the fourth-best performance in program history in the outdoor 5,000m. The Brick, N.J., native also earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference accolades in cross country as a senior after taking 11th overall at the conference meet.
In cross country, Brodeur competed at the ACC Championship meet all four years and represented Duke at the NCAA Southeast Regional as a junior and senior. He also helped the Blue Devils capture two consecutive IC4A Championships his freshman and sophomore seasons, in addition to being the team's second finisher in 108th place overall at the 2010 NCAA Championships.
Brodeur was also one of Duke's top distance performers on the track, earning All-East recognition outdoors in the 10,000m run during his sophomore campaign. He qualified for the IC4A Championships on three occasions - indoors in the 5,000m and outdoors in the 5,000m and 10,000m events. During his collegiate career, Brodeur also placed as high as fourth at the ACC Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 10,000m and fifth at the ACC Indoor Track & Field Championships in the 3,000m.
Equally as impressive in the classroom, Brodeur was a two-time member of the ACC Academic Honor Roll and was named to the All-ACC Cross Country Academic team in 2010 and 2011 as well as to the All-ACC Indoor Track & Field Academic team in 2011. He graduated from Duke in May of 2012 with a degree in biological anthropology and anatomy.