Lamberth, Wise lead cross country to top ten finishes at Franklin Park

Lamberth, Wise lead cross country to top ten finishes at Franklin Park
Second-year Chance Lamberth paced the Huskies with a career-high time in the 8K race at Franklin Park / Photo courtesy Jim Pierce, Northeastern Athletics

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الفوركس خطوة بخطوة

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نقاط الفوركس

وظيفة كبيرة للقراءة “We were hoping for a top-three finish on both sides,” head coach Cathrine Erickson said. “But things just didn’t come together as we would have liked.”

بيع وشاء الاسهم

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اخبار الاسهم السعودية اليوم “I am very proud of Chance and how well he ran,” Erickson said. “Early on in the race, he took a wrong turn but he was able to get back on course and move back into a good place. It was a great finish for him.”

وسيط تقديم الفوركس Second-year Louiza Wise crossed the line first for the Huskies once again for the women, placing 14th with a time of 18:24. Fourth-years Brooke Wojelski, Lucy Young and Kerri Ruffo finished next, with first-year Grace Bugara rounding at the top five: 18:33, 18:46, 18:52 and 19:41, respectively.

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الموقع هنا The cross-country team has worked hard so far this season, but Erickson said the team is still a work in progress.

موقع الكتروني “We are a little disjointed as our older folks are adjusting to competing while on co-op and our freshmen are learning the ropes of their first year of college,” Erickson said. “We anticipate this year as a big transition year for everyone.”

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