The Leominster, Mass. native ran the fastest 800-meter time in school history last week and on Saturday, she followed that up by breaking the school record in the 1,000-meter run at the Cupids Challenge at Tufts University.
The senior ran a winning time of 2:55.37 in the 1000 meter run, shattering the old record of 2:58.80, held by Marisa Clapp since 2002. Gaudreault easily won the field of 26 runners, with her nearest competitor finishing more than four seconds behind her record-setting pace.
The week before, Gaudreault broke the 800-meter school record at the 2014 Boston University David Hemery Valentine Invitational. Running in her first 800 race of the season, she finished 10th in a field of 160 runners with a time of 2:09.57. Currently the fastest time in Division III this year and the 7th-fastest time in the history of Division III, Gaudreault broke the indoor 800 record, which was previously held by Heather Cayward, who ran a 2:12.82 in 1993.
Next up, the Pride will host the New England Division III Championships on Saturday.