|High School:||Dana Hall|
Competed in seven meets ... Registered a season-best 6K time of 23:22 that ranked sixth on the team at the NCAA D-III Championships ... Earned all-region honors after finishing 31st overall out of 237 runners at the NCAA South/Southeast Region Championships in a time of 24:04 ... Fourth Eagle to cross the finish line at the UAA Championships (23:41) ... Scored as the Eagles' No. 5 runner at the 5K JSU Foothills Invitational with a mark of 19:41 that ranked 24th in a 163-runner field ... 33rd out of 195 entries at the 5K Montevallo Falcon Classic (19:51) ... Member of the USTFCCCA All-Academic Team.
Scored in all eight of her competitions en route to being named the program's Newcomer of the Year ... Ranked among the Eagles' top three finishers on four occasions ... Brought home all-region recognition after clocking a season-best 6K time of 22:27, which placed third on the team and 20th out of 240 contestants, at the NCAA South/Southeast Championships ... Followed Regional performance by finishing third among the Emory contingent at the NCAA D-III Championships with an effort of 22:55 ... Crossed the finish line third on the squad and 31st in a 163-runner field at the Furman Classic with a 6K showing of 22:56 ... Top 5K mark of 19:04 came at the JSU Foothills Invitational, good for the No. 7 position overall out of 181 hopefuls ... Second on th team and eighth overall out of 136 runners at the 5K North Georgia Invitational (19:17).
Cross country and track performer at Dana Hall School ... Was coached by Brian Cook ... Served as her cross country team's captain as a junior and senior ... Top 5k outing was a 19:35 ... Clocked a5:02 in the 1,500 meters ... Captured team MVP honors her final three seasons ... Was tabbed as league MVP on two occasions ... New England Preparatory School Cross Country Division III runner-up as a junior ... Athletic Citizenship Award her final year ... Boston Herald All-Scholastic her final two years ... Also competed on the swimming team.
Daughter of Dave and Sara Durfee ... Born Sept. 15.
"I chose Emory because I loved the location, the people and the endless opportunities. Running at the Division III level was also very important to me."
Abby Durfee Top 6K Times
NCAA D-III Championships