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“Whether they raced or not, it’s all a part of the bigger plan,” Erickson said. “Those who raced had a different training week than those who didn’t. The coaches plan very effectively and take everything into consideration when setting the plan up.”
Looking to next weekend, there is plenty of reason for optimism around NU’s chances in the CAA Championships. Coach Erickson looks to build on the team’s unprecedented momentum by instilling her optimistic message in her athletes.
“We are very pleased with how the men and women’s teams finished [two weeks ago] and it is clear that the athletes and distance coaches have worked very hard to attain such historic finishes,” Erickson said. “I am very proud of them and thrilled that the program cracked into the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association top-10 Regional Rankings after beating Brown to win the New England Championship. The last time the men’s program won was 1972.”
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics.