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“Undoubtedly, this season has been a great one with lots of accomplishments, but that all changes this weekend”
Not only is she the top Deerfield girl runner, but she is also the number two junior runner in Canada and she can’t actually remember a New England race over the past two years in which she hasn’t set a course record.
As Choate Day approaches, the team has its sights set on making New England’s.
“Our goal has always been to provide the best standard of care to athletes and non-athletes, alike. The fitness center will help us do this…”
“We have a great group of athletes that gives us the potential for a great year.”
In the opening four games of the season, Lundberg has only relinquished five goals, supported the team to a 2-2 record, and made history in the process.
“I’ve coached here at DA for fourteen years and this is the most focused and hard-working team that I’ve ever trained,” said head coach Steve Anderson.
Running 26.2 miles is more than most students run in a week, or even a month. But on October 10, Muriel Solberg ’12 will do just that: run the Chicago Marathon.
Madaba, Jordan not only is the home to King’s Academy, founded by His Majesty King Abdullah II, but also proves to be an exceptional hub for any traveler’s greatest dreams.
This summer, seasoned rowers Alex Berner ’11, Tanner Larson ’11, Ellie Parker ’11, and Brad Hakes ’12 tested new waters and turned to sculling.
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