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Leading the way for this historic 5K run was senior Jordan O’Dea, who crossed the finish line second overall with a time of 17:43. Behind her were senior Lucy Young (15th, 18:17), junior Brooke Wojeski (35th, 18:36), sophomore Elizabeth Harrington (46th, 18:46), freshman Louiza Wise (59th, 18:54), junior Kerri Ruffo (119th, 19:34) and sophomore Camila Cortina (121st, 19:35).
Duffey and O’Dea were both named CAA Runner of the Week for their strong performances.
Everyone suiting up for Northeastern that day understood how impressive both sides of the program ran.
“Our team is one big family, so it’s always great to celebrate each other’s success,” Stafford said. “We’re all very proud of the ladies, and we’re looking forward to accomplishing even greater achievements together.”
Those greater achievements will likely come at the Colonial Athletic Association Championship on Oct. 29 in Delaware, with the Huskies making a stop in Connecticut on Oct. 21 for the Central Connecticut State University Mini Meet.
In the meantime, Stafford and the Northeastern runners aren’t likely to forget about their victory in Franklin Park.
“This win was really huge for us and it will definitely serve as inspiration and motivation for the remainder of our season,” Stafford said.
Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics