She did so in grand style breaking two meet records — the 60-meter dash (7.47) and the triple jump (43-10 1/2). She also won the 200-meter dash (24.51) and the long jump (20-6 1/2). Maduka has now won 10 individual Indoor Heps championships, matching the League record of Joslyn Woodard of Yale, who graduated in 2006. Click here for an interview with Jeomi.
The Men’s Most Outstanding Performer balloting resulted in a tie. Princeton freshman David Slovenski won the pole vault in a meet record 17-3 1/2, which also matched a 37-year-old conference all-time best, set by Penn’s Tom Blair in 1972.
Sharing the award was Princeton senior Duane Hynes, who won the heptathlon for the second year in a row. The amazing thing about this year’s victory was that it was achieved with a broken bone in his right foot!