Great job, Danielle...sounds like the new shoes are giving you some speed...LOL! I actually run faster outside versus running on the treadmill but some of that is due to my running coaches never allowing our class to run on an incline (or grade) less than 2%. Keep up the GREAT job and as always...
PS. Just a note, but many running experts today are advising a less is more approach to running. Meaning that when you do a hefty run like you did yesterday, you may want to consider cross training or an easy run today. I only run 3 days a week and have for well over a year now and I have actually been lowering my times and increasing my speed AND more importantly staying injury free. The theory is you want to have quality runs not quantity runs. Since your quality runs tend to be quite hard on the body, you need to allow yourself a good 48 hour recovery time. Check out the March/April edition of Her Sports and the books Run Less, Run Faster and Brain Training for Runners.