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The Belfast showcase event has featured men's teams under the "Friendship Four" banner the last four years.
"They were really good games, high intensity, it was very back and forth," Jurusik said. "It was also cool having a bunch of fans. They were really into it. I'm just grateful for the opportunity."
Growing up, Jurusik had watched her brother play in tournaments in Austria and the Czech Republic.
"I hoped that I would eventually get the same opportunities," Jurusik said. "It was cool to finally get it."
Cipra, a sophomore forward, has tallied three points in 17 games this season. Cipra and Jurusik, a freshman forward, have helped Northeastern to a 13-2-2 record and its highest national ranking since 2002.
The playoffs start in early March.
"We are doing very well," Cipra said. "We're third in the NCAA, No. 1 in our league. It's been a successful season."