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“The New England race was a nice step in the right direction. Considering her mile personal best at Plymouth North HS, you wouldn’t think Nicole Borofski might end up atop the New England leaderboard.Just goes to show what hard work and dedication will do.II Regionals later this month and the Nationals in November.
Borofski finished in , the 13/).“I was just trying to feel the course out during the first two loops,” said Borofski, the Division II All-American in the steeplechase this past spring, finishing third.” Coming off Bear Cage Hill and then back into the wilderness I just tried to say focused and remain in control.This is where I began to gain some advantage.” Borofski became the first Stonehill runner to capture the All-New England XC Championships in the school’s history.The 21-year-old Borofski will now set her sights on the NCAA Div.Finishing in the top-10 for UNH were the freshman duo of Melissa Menghini (7/).‘Yes, we were very happy the way the team ran.
After a slow start at Coast-to-Coast [mid-September meeting at Franklin Park] the team went back to Durham and we have been training hard,” noted UNH women’s coach, Robert Hoppler.
It was the fifth overall title for the wildcats, whose previous championships came in 1981 and ’, ’14. 1 runner, 2015 NCAA All-American, senior Elinor Purrier, whose absence was strictly a “coaches decision.” Purrier won these championships in 2014.