Meyer won the meet in 14:06.70, while Pierre was not far behind with a time of 14:19.10 for second.
North Florida (3-0) had all seven of its runners placed third through ninth to win the event. After JU (2-1), Bethune-Cookman placed third with a 1-2 mark, while Savannah State rounded out the group.
“Svenja and Joane did a nice job today,” JU head coach Ron Grigg said. “They hung out with the easy early pace before Svenja made a decisive move to gap the field. But we did not have an answer for UNF’s team depth.”
Junior Morgan Keel (15:00.00), senior Amalia Vogler (15:13.10 ) and sophomore Sarah Bailey (15:18.20) finished 11th, 12th and 13th, respectively. Junior LaTonya Payne (15th) ran a 15:35.70 to round out the JU runners.
The Dolphins return to action Oct. 5, at the FSU Invitational.