Another Look At the Lists

There’s less than two weeks until Indoor Heps, and many of the events are already pretty tense.  There have been a number of performances these last two weeks that resulted in a change in the listings that HepsTrack needs to update their lists.  Once again, HepsTrack will only be looking at the events contested at Indoor Heps (except for relays and multis).   Indoor Heps schedule is up under the Championships tab.  There may be some changes after this weekend as both Cornell and Princeton will be holding their own invitationals on their home tracks while Dartmouth and Brown will compete at the USATF New England Indoor Championships.  No predictions on victors will be placed as anything can happen in Ithaca at the end of February.

If you already have not done so, let us know if you’re planning on attending Heps in Ithaca! Only 22 people have said “yes” so far…

UPDATED: corrected the men’s 5000m top 6 as there was meet result error that HepsTrack did not catch originally.  Thanks for the correction!

Update: full listings can be found at Track and Field Results Reporting System

Men:

60m dash

  1. Chris Bain (Cornell) – 6.82
  2. Damani Wilson (Harvard) – 6.83
  3. Chase Aaronson (Cornell) – 6.84
  4. John Spooney (Brown) – 6.85
  5. Jedidiah Adarquah-Yiadon (Cornell) – 6.88  (2011 Champion)
  6. William Egi (Princeton) – 6.92

400m dash

  1. Tom Hopkins (Princeton) – 47.92
  2. Matt Bieszard (Yale) – 48.40
  3. Kenny McClain (Cornell) – 49.26#
  4. Cody Love (Columbia) – 49.37
  5. Brian Rosenthal (Penn) – 49.38
  6. Kashif Smith (Princeton) – 49.51

Note: McClain’s time is converted from flat 200m track to banked 200m track time equivalent.

500m dash

  1. Harry McFann (Columbia) – 1:03.76
  2. John Dingus (Harvard) – 1:04.00
  3. Brian Freitas (Cornell) – 1:04.13#
  4. Rutger Admirand (Cornell) – 1:04.23#
  5. Connor Claflin (Columbia) – 1:04.33#
  6. Daniel Thomas (Cornell) – 1:04.44#

Notes: Freitas’, Admirand’s, Clafin’s, and Thomas’ times are  converted from flat 200m track to banked 200m track time equivalent.

800m run

  1. Russell Dinkins (Princeton) (2011 Champion) and Nick Wade (Cornell) – 1:49.92
  2. Harry McFann (Columbia) – 1:50.59
  3. Brendon Fish (Columbia) – 1:50.68
  4. Rutger Admirand (Cornell) – 1:50.85
  5. Bradley Paternostro (Princeton) – 1:50.98

1000m run

  1. Peter Callahan (Princeton) – 2:20.78 (2011 Champion)
  2. Kyle Merber (Columbia) – 2:22.52
  3. Erik Berg (Brown) – 2:23.39
  4. Bradley Paternostro (Princeton) – 2:23.91
  5. Trevor van Ackeron (Princeton) – 2:24.80
  6. John Schilkowsky (Cornell) – 2:24.89

Mile run

  1. Peter Callahan (Princeton) – 3:58.76
  2. Joe Stilin (Princeton) – 4:02.10
  3. Kyle Merber (Columbia) – 4:02.83
  4. Adam Behnke (Columbia) – 4:03.43
  5. Dan Lowry (Brown) – 4:03.72
  6. John Schilkowsky (Cornell) – 4:03.93

Note: Callahan’s time is the 3rd fastest mile in indoor conference history, behind Kyle Merber and Bill Burke (3:58.70).  Callahan’s time is less than 1 second away from the NCAA automatic qualifying mark for the event.

3000m run

  1. Joe Stilin (Princeton) – 7:53.15
  2. Dan Lowry (Brown) – 8:02.40
  3. John Bleday (Dartmouth) – 8:03.78
  4. Donn Cabral (Princeton) – 8:04.00 (2011 Champion)
  5. Nico Composto (Columbia) – 8:09.80
  6. Kyle Merber (Columbia) – 8:10.74

Note: Stilin’s time is less than 1 second away from the NCAA automatic qualifying mark for the event and is the currently Ivy League record, set in February 2012.

5000m run

  1. Donn Cabral (Princeton) – 13:45.92 (2011 Champion)
  2. Mike Murphy (Columbia) – 14:11.18
  3. Ethan Shaw (Dartmouth) – 14:16.17
  4. Adam Doherty (Dartmouth) – 14:21.72
  5. Matt McCullough (Cornell) – 14:25.83
  6. Brett Kelly (Cornell) – 14:27.08

Note: Cabral’s time is less than 2 seconds away from the NCAA automatic qualifying mark for the event and is the current Ivy League record, set in February 2012.

60m hurdles

  1. Dan Hagberg (Cornell) – 8.00 (2011 Champion)
  2. Jarvis Harris (Harvard) – 8.11
  3. Richard Sheldon (Princeton) – 8.13
  4. Robert Mohr (Princeton) – 8.25
  5. Nick Huber (Cornell) – 8.31
  6. Tom Hopkins (Princeton) – 8.32

High Jump

  1. Maalik Reynolds (Penn) – 7-3.75 (2011 Champion)
  2. Montez Blair (Cornell) – 7-3.25
  3. Tommy Butler (Cornell) – 7-0.25
  4. Chris Arlinghaus (Cornell) – 6-10.75
  5. Jeremy Birck (Dartmouth) – 6-8.25
  6. Ikechi Nnamani (Penn) – 6-7

Note: Both Blair and Reynolds are within an inch of hitting the automatic qualifying mark in the event.

Pole Vault

  1. Dave Slovenski (Princeton) – 17-7.25 (2011 Champion)
  2. Nico Weiler (Harvard) – 17-4.5
  3. Peter Roach (Cornell) – 15-11
  4. Josh Cusick (Cornell) and David Kim (Cornell) – 15-9
  5. Adam Bragg (Princeton), Jason Marks (Columbia), Derek Hynes (Princeton), and Keith Rayburn (Cornell) – 15-5

Note: Slovenski’s height is the current Ivy League record, set in December 2011.

Long Jump

  1. Steven Bell (Cornell) – 24-4.5 (2011 Champion)
  2. Tom Hopkins (Princeton) – 23-11.75
  3. Shane Molidor (Princeton) – 23-7.5
  4. Damon McLean (Princeton) – 23-5.5
  5. Chase Aaronson (Cornell) – 23-4
  6. Vince Formica (Cornell) – 23-2.5

Triple Jump:

  1. Damon McLean (Princeton) – 50-0 (2011 Champion)
  2. Steven Bell (Cornell) – 48-8.25
  3. Nana Owusu-Nyanteky (Princeton) – 48-5.25
  4. Dan Scott (Cornell) – 48-2.75
  5. Garner McCloud (Princeton) – 48-0.75
  6. Kenneth Thompson (Brown) – 47-10

Shot Put

  1. Stephen Mozia (Cornell) – 59-9
  2. Ben Glauser (Harvard) – 59-3.5
  3. Bob Belden (Cornell) – 57-7.75
  4. Dustin Brode (Harvard) – 56-6
  5. Patrick Park (Princeton) – 55-10.25
  6. Dom Filiano (Dartmouth) – 55-6.5

Weight Throw

  1. Conor McCullough (Princeton) 76-1
  2. Bob Belden (Cornell) – 59-10.5
  3. Duncan Dickerson (Columbia) – 59-6.75
  4. Dustin Brode (Harvard) – 56-6.75
  5. Bob Fiedler (Cornell) – 55-10.5
  6. Matthew Poleda (Harvard) – 55-10.25

Note: McCullough’s throw is currently #1 in the country and has surpassed the NCAA automatic qualifying mark in the event.  The performance is the current Ivy League record, set in February 2012.  This is McCullough’s first indoor season.

Women:

60m dash

  1. Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia)  – 7.56
  2. Eileen Moran (Princeton) – 7.61
  3. Melissa Hewitt (Cornell) (2011 Champion) – 7.63
  4. Gabrielle Piper (Penn) – 7.65
  5. Lydia Ali (Penn) – 7.66
  6. Danielle Barbian (Harvard) – 7.70

Note: Iheukwumere’s time is currently the 6th fastest in indoor conference history.

200m dash

  1. Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia)  – 24.52
  2. Katie Woodford (Cornell) – 24.59#
  3. Eileen Moran (Princeton) – 24.68#
  4. Melissa Hewitt (Cornell) – 24.69
  5. Zena Kolliesuah (Cornell) – 24.78#
  6. Kyra Caldwell (Columbia) – 24.79

Note: Woodford’s, Moran’s, and Kolliesuah’s times are all converted from flat 200m track to banked 200m track time equivalents

400m dash

  1. Lauren Waterbury (Brown) – 54.62
  2. Cecilia Barowski (Princeton) – 55.43
  3. Gabrielle Scott (Harvard) – 55.83
  4. Megan Krumpoch (Dartmouth) – 56.05#
  5. Renee McDougall (Penn) – 56.31
  6. Colby Lubman (Brown) – 56.39

Note: Krumpoch’s time is converted from flat 200m track to banked 200m track time equivalent.

800m run

  1. Christina Supino (Dartmouth) – 2:06.94
  2. Lauren Lloyd (Cornell) – 2:07.18
  3. Molly Glantz (Cornell) – 2:07.30
  4. Megan Looney (Harvard) – 2:10.02
  5. Annelies Gamble (Yale) – 2:10.98
  6. Victoria Strickland (Penn) – 2:11.24

Mile run

  1. Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth) – 4:36.64#
  2. Waverly Neer (Columbia) – 4:41.92
  3. Alexi Pappas (Dartmouth) – 4:42.66#
  4. Christina Supino (Dartmouth) – 4:47.60
  5. Janel Parker (Cornell) – 4:48.54
  6. Greta Feldman (Princeton) – 4:48.69

Notes: D’Agostino’s and Pappas’ times are converted from flat 200m track to banked 200m track time equivalent.  D’Agostino has automatically qualified for NCAA’s in this event.

3000m run

  1. Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth) – 9:02.15
  2. Waverly Neer (Columbia) – 9:08.72
  3. Alexi Pappas (Dartmouth) – 9:14.75
  4. Emily Lanois (Columbia) – 9:33.67
  5. Katie Kellner (Cornell) – 9:34.32
  6. Caroline McDonough (Columbia) – 9:35.56

Notes: D’Agostino and Neer have automatically qualified for NCAA’s in this event.

5000m run

  1. Katie Kellner (Cornell) – 16:11.38
  2. Caroline McDonough (Columbia) – 16:26.62
  3. Alex Banfich (Princeton) – 16:33.17
  4. Emily Lanois (Columbia) – 16:33.63
  5. Heidi Caldwell (Brown) – 16:37.66
  6. Genna Hartung (Cornell) – 16:38.32

60m hurdles

  1. Susan Scavone (Brown) – 8.54
  2. Kyra Caldwell (Columbia) – 8.64 (2011 Champion)
  3. Danielle Silas (Cornell) – 8.73
  4. Gabrielle Piper (Penn) and Ashytnn Baltimore (Harvard) – 8.75
  5. Taylor Baird (Cornell) – 8.76

High Jump

  1. Mary Hirst (Harvard) – 5-9.75
  2. Monique Roberts (Columbia) – 5-9.25 (2011 Champion)
  3. Jennifer Bush (Cornell), Kristen Judge (Penn), Tara Richmond (Columbia), Ailish Hanley (Cornell), Annie Holland (Penn), and Teresa Kennedy (Princeton)– 5-7

Pole Vault

  1. Tory Worthen (Princeton) – 12-11.5 (2011 Champion)
  2. Allie Pace (Harvard) – 12-7.5
  3. Emily Urciuoli (Yale) – 12-3.5
  4. Claire Dishong (Cornell), Sarah Engle (Columbia), Lauren Tauscher (Princeton), Jillian Hart (Penn), and Samantha Brady (Cornell) – 12-1.5

Long Jump

  1. Melissa Hewitt (Cornell) – 20-3.75
  2. Uju Ofoche (Columbia) – 20-0.25 (2011 Champion)
  3. Ashytnn Baltimore (Harvard) – 19-2
  4. Olivia Weeks (Harvard) -18-11.75
  5. Anjelique Parnell (Cornell) – 18-10.75
  6. Nadia Eke (Columbia) – 18-9.25

Triple Jump

  1. Nadia Eke (Columbia) – 41-4.5
  2. Olivia Weeks (Harvard) – 41-0.5
  3. Imani Oliver (Princeton) – 40-9.75
  4. Kristin Brandt (Cornell) – 39-6.5
  5. Savannah Johnson (Cornell) – 39-2.25
  6. Queen Okeke (Columbia) – 39-0.5 (2011 Champion)

Shot Put

  1. Victoria Imbesi (Cornell) – 48-0.75
  2. Shannon Watt (Harvard) – 47-10
  3. Emmaline Berg (Dartmouth) – 47-1.75
  4. Jessica Eason (Brown) – 44-11
  5. Corinne Kominkiewicz (Dartmouth) – 44-1.25
  6. Christina Alexander (Dartmouth) – 43-9

Weight Throw

  1. Adabelle Ekechuwu (Harvard) – 60-10
  2. Lacey Craker (Brown) – 54-11.5
  3. Taylor DuPont (Harvard) – 54-5.25
  4. Nnenna Okwara (Columbia) – 53-3.75
  5. Cathy Liebowitz (Dartmouth) – 52-10.75
  6. Erin Rossi (Cornell) – 52-2.75

 

 

 

6 Responses to “Another Look At the Lists”

  1. Greg Page says:

    Brett, looks like I’ll be there…I’m on Facebook, but dunno how to let you know, other than with this note.

    • Mary says:

      Great!  Have you tried clicking on the link (in both red right now) in the post about Indoor Heps?  That should lead you to the Indoor Heps event page, and you can say “attending” on that.  At least that is how it is supposed to work…

      • Greg Page says:

        Yeah, same problem.  I went to that page again, but nowhere does it say “attending.”  I figured “going” served the same function, but still don’t know how to add myself to that list–don’t see anything to click on.
        Not trying to be obtuse, just don’t know the process…

        • Mary Boggs says:

          Ok, I think I know how to fix this.
          When you see the event page, do you see a button that says “Join+” in the upper right corner (next to the settings gear button and underneath the home link)? If so, click that. That will automatically say you’re going. Once that registers, the buttons in the upper right will change to say “Going+”, and if you click that, you can change the options to “Going”, “Maybe”, or “Not Going”. It seems facebook has changed the event setup since the last time we hosted something. Please let me know if this works. I’m sorry for all of the confusion.

  2. Phil. says:

    There is no Princeton runner, Geoff Martinson, this was an error in the Husky Invite results (5,000).

    • Mary Boggs says:

      Oops. Thanks for the info! We updated the listing so that Cornell’s Brett Kelly is now the #6 time in the conference. We’ll make sure it is correct for the previews as well.