Looking at the Outdoor Lists

Outdoor Heps are less than two weeks away (aside: spread the word! Join the event page on Facebook or follow this website for coverage!) and it’s time for HepsTrack to start taking a look at the event listings.

Like with Indoor Heps,  HepsTrack will only be looking at the events contested at Outdoor Heps (except for relays and multis).  We do expect some adjustments to the listings as the Penn Relays and some pre-conference meets are scheduled for this week.  The Outdoor Heps schedule is up under the Championships tab.

No predictions on victors will be placed as anything can happen in Philadelphia.  Six of the men’s events and nine of the women’s events are looking for new people to wear the crowns as all but three of these events were won by now-graduated seniors.

Full listings can be found at Track and Field Results Reporting System.

w – wind-aided performance
* – details on performance in Notes

Men Top Performances (as of 4/23/12)

100m dash

  1. Chase Aaronson (Cornell) – 10.59w
  2. Chris Bain (Cornell) – 10.60
  3. Kinsley Ojukwu (Cornell) – 10.62
  4. John Spooney (Brown) – 10.65 (2011 Champion)
  5. Jedidiah Adarquah-Yiadon (Cornell) – 10.75
  6. Connor Reilly (Dartmouth) – 10.78

Notes: Aaronson, Bain, Ojukwu, and Adarquah-Yiadon were all members of the 4×100 relay squad that ran a No. 8 all-time 40.49 on 4/21/12.

200m dash

  1. Tom Hopkins (Princeton) – 21.29
  2. John Spooney (Brown) – 21.41 (2011 Champion)
  3. Kinsley Ojukwu (Cornell) – 21.43
  4. Matt Bieszard (Yale) – 21.49
  5. Daniel McCord (Princeton) – 21.68
  6. Connor Reilly (Dartmouth) – 21.80

400m dash

  1. Tom Hopkins (Princeton) – 46.23
  2. Russell Dinkins (Princeton) – 47.25
  3. John Spooney (Brown) – 47.71
  4. Matt Bieszard (Yale) – 47.98
  5. Kinsley Ojukwu (Cornell) –  48.37
  6. Kevin Boyd (Columbia) – 48.39

Notes: Hopkins’ time is currently No. 6 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

800m run

  1. Rutger Admirand (Cornell) – 1:49.60
  2. Harry McFann (Columbia) – 1:49.67
  3. Kyle Merber (Columbia) – 1:49.74
  4. Will Weinlandt (Cornell) – 1:49.76
  5. Michael Williams (Princeton) – 1:49.79
  6. Brendon Fish (Columbia) – 1:49.80

1,500m run

  1. Kyle Merber (Columbia) – 3:42.49
  2. Joe Stilin (Princeton) – 3:42.79
  3. Donn Cabral (Princeton) – 3:43.11*
  4. Daniel Everett (Columbia) – 3:43.80
  5. John Gregorek (Columbia) and Trevor van Ackeren (Princeton) – 3:44.26

Notes: Merber won the 1500m title in 2010.  Cabral’s time is converted from the mile, which is No. 7 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.  TFRRS has Columbia frosh Nate Brennand as the conference lead with 3:36.41.  However, this time was a 1500m split in the Puma elite mile race from the Mt. SAC Relays in which a Nate Brannen of Saucony completed the event.  Brennand was not scheduled to compete in this event so this is a typo from the race officials.

5,000m run

  1. Dan Lowry (Brown) – 13:34.49
  2. Joe Stilin (Princeton) – 13:38.36
  3. James Leakos (Harvard) 13:56.93
  4. Chris Bendtsen (Princeton) – 13:57.51
  5. Matt Duffy (Brown) – 14:01.66
  6. Alejandro Arroyo Yamin (Princeton) – 14:02.08

Notes: Lowry’s and Stilin’s times are ranked No. 2 and No. 6 all-time in outdoor Ivy history, respectively.

10,000m run

  1. Ethan Shaw (Dartmouth) – 29:17.89
  2. Brett Kelly (Cornell) – 29:24.58
  3. Mike Murphy (Columbia) – 29:26.68
  4. Alejandro Arroyo Yamin (Princeton) – 29:27.00
  5. Brian Leung (Princeton) – 29:34.72
  6. Tyler Udland (Princeton) – 29:39.81

Steeplechase

  1. Donn Cabral (Princeton) – 8:39.92 (2011 Champion)
  2. Connor Martin (Princeton) – 8:57.61
  3. John Gregorek (Columbia) – 8:59.28
  4. Ben Veilleux (Columbia) – 9:01.00
  5. Nathan Richards (Yale) – 9:05.08
  6. Tyler King (Princeton) – 9:07.19

110m hurdles

  1. Dan Hagberg (Cornell) – 14.21w (2011 Champion)
  2. Nick Huber (Cornell) – 14.44*
  3. Jarvis Harris (Harvard) – 14.60
  4. Robert Mohr (Princeton) – 14.73
  5. Richard Sheldon (Princeton) – 14.74*
  6. Zach Zeller (Cornell) – 14.91

Notes: Cornell’s Nick Huber and Princeton’s Richard Sheldon ran hand-held times during the Larry Ellis decathlon.  The times posted are converted to FAT.

400m hurdles

  1. Kenny McClain (Cornell) – 52.21
  2. Brian Freitas (Cornell) – 52.84 (2011 Champion)
  3. Nick Huber (Cornell) – 53.33
  4. Tim Carey (Penn) – 53.42
  5. Cody Love (Columbia) – 53.57
  6. Tom Timmins (Penn) – 53.74

High jump

  1. Montez Blair (Cornell) – 7-2 1/2
  2. Maalik Reynolds (Penn) – 7-0 1/2 (2011 Champion)
  3. Chris Arlinghaus (Cornell) – 7-0 1/4
  4. Tommy Butler (Cornell) – 6-10 1/4
  5. Nick Huber (Cornell) and Jonathon Sparks (Harvard) – 6-8 1/4

Notes: Blair’s best jump ties him for No. 10 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

Pole vault

  1. Nico Weiler (Harvard) – 17-5 (2011 Champion)
  2. David Slovenski (Princeton) – 16-8 3/4
  3. Adam Bragg (Princeton) – 16-7 1/4
  4. Peter Roach (Cornell) – 16-2 3/4
  5. Keith Rayburn (Cornell) – 15-11
  6. Derek Hynes (Princeton) and Jason Marks (Columbia) – 15-9

Notes: Weiler — who won Outdoor Heps in 2009 and 2011 — did not compete in 2010 and is currently on his junior year of eligibility.

Long jump

  1. Steven Bell (Cornell) – 24-7 1/4w
  2. Damon McLean (Princeton) – 24-4 1/2
  3. Tom Hopkins (Princeton) – 24-0 1/4 (2011 Champion)
  4. Montez Blair (Cornell) and Hercules Stancil (Cornell) – 23-11w
  5. Han Wei Chew (Cornell) – 23-8 3/4w

Triple jump

  1. Damon McLean (Princeton) – 51-8 1/4
  2. Dan Scott (Cornell) – 50-10 3/4w
  3. Kenneth Thompson (Brown) – 49-2 1/2
  4. Garner McCloud (Princeton) – 48-5 1/4
  5. Nana Owusu-Nyanteky (Princeton) – 47-11
  6. Jarvis Harris (Harvard) – 47-6 1/4

Notes: McLean’s best leap is just outside of the all-time top 10 listing for outdoor Ivy history.

Shot put

  1. Stephen Mozia (Cornell) – 61-3
  2. Ben Glauser (Harvard) – 57-8 1/4
  3. Dustin Brode (Harvard) – 57-4 1/4 (2011 Champion)
  4. Bob Belden (Cornell) – 57-3 1/2
  5. Daniel Smith (Brown) – 53-7 1/2
  6. Patrick Park (Princeton) – 53-0

Notes: Mozia’s best is currently ranked No. 7 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

Discus throw

  1. Stephen Mozia (Cornell) – 171-10
  2. Bob Belden (Cornell) – 170-10
  3. Michael Levine (Yale) – 169-10 (2011 Champion)
  4. Courtland Clavette (Brown) – 165-0
  5. Igor Liokumovich (Harvard) – 162-6
  6. Jesse Braun (Cornell) – 161-5

Hammer throw

  1. Conor McCullough (Princeton) – 242-10
  2. Bob Fiedler (Cornell) – 191-6
  3. Ben Glauser (Harvard) – 186-9
  4. Michael Levine (Yale) – 185-6
  5. Duncan Dickerson (Columbia) – 178-0
  6. Thomas Servino (Dartmouth) – 176-10

Notes: McCullough’s throw is not only No. 1 all-time in outdoor Ivy history, but is currently the best throw in the nation.

Javelin throw

  1. Dean Sullivan (Harvard) – 219-10
  2. Brett Gibson (Dartmouth) – 210-11
  3. Nick Farnsworth (Harvard) – 199-3
  4. Karl Ingram (Penn) – 199-2
  5. Nick Keeling (Brown) – 198-7
  6. Michael Bieszard (Brown) – 186-10

Women Top Performances (as of 4/23/12)

100m dash

  1. Eileen Moran (Princeton) – 11.87 (2011 Champion)
  2. Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia) and Katie Woodford (Cornell) –  11.99
  3. Emily Townsend (Penn) – 12.01
  4. Leah Brown (Penn) – 12.04
  5. Gabrielle Piper (Penn) – 12.08

Notes: Two-time champion Melissa Hewitt is ranked No. 7 with a 12.13.   Penn’s Townsend, Brown, and Piper were on the 4×100 relay squad with Nony Onyeador that has the league-leading time of 46.12.

200m dash

  1. Katie Woodford (Cornell) – 24.15w
  2. Ebolutalese Airewele (Cornell) – 24.41
  3. Leah Brown (Penn) – 24.42
  4. Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia) – 24.47
  5. Eileen Moran (Princeton) – 24.54
  6. Gabrielle Scott (Harvard) – 24.71

Notes: Moran is the top returning scorer from 2011.  Woodford’s performance is ranked just outside of the top 10 all-time listing for outdoor Ivy.

400m dash

  1. Colby Lubman (Brown) – 54.46
  2. Lauren Waterbury (Brown) – 54.51
  3. Gabrielle Scott (Harvard) – 54.61
  4. Cecilia Barowski (Princeton) – 55.35
  5. Yamira Bell (Columbia) – 55.43
  6. Miata Morlu (Columbia) – 55.51

Notes: Morlu was the indoor conference 400m champion in February.

800m run

  1. Greta Feldman (Princeton) – 2:06.66
  2. Christina Supino (Dartmouth) – 2:07.25
  3. Madeline Rathbun (Columbia) – 2:07.79
  4. Victoria Strickland (Penn) and Erika Veidis (Harvard) – 2:08.32
  5. Meghan Looney (Harvard) – 2:08.52

Notes: Strickland is the top returning scorer from 2011.  Looney was the indoor conference 800m champion from February.

1,500m run

  1. Greta Feldman (Princeton) – 4:18.86
  2. Janel Parker (Cornell) – 4:21.89
  3. Alyssa O’Connor (Cornell) – 4:23.82
  4. Nihal Kayali (Yale) – 4:23.94
  5. Molly Higgins (Princeton) – 4:24.24
  6. Erin Gillingham (Columbia) – 4:24.65

Notes: Princeton’s Alexis Mikaelian (currently ranked seventh) was 0.02 seconds shy of the win last year.  Feldman’s performance is ranked No. 7 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

3,000m run

  1. Liana Epstein (Yale) – 9:38.20
  2. Elizabeth Marvin (Yale) – 9:41.50
  3. Nihal Kayali (Yale) – 9:45.60
  4. Alyssa O’Connor (Cornell) – 9:49.80
  5. Alex Banfich (Princeton) – 9:54.20
  6. Devin McMahon (Cornell) – 9:54.30

Notes: Kayali is the top returning scorer from 2011.

5,000m run

  1. Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth) – 15:23.35 (2011 Champion)
  2. Heidi Caldwell (Brown) – 16:06.00
  3. Katie Kellner (Cornell) – 16:33.19
  4. Kailyn Kuzmuk (Harvard) – 16:34.43
  5. Emily Lanois (Columbia) – 16:34.63
  6. Caroline McDonough (Columbia) – 16:36.47

Notes: D’Agostino’s time is three seconds away from the Olympic Games A standard for the event, as well as the best 5,000m performance in outdoor Ivy history and is currently No. 1 in the country.

10,000m run

  1. Katie Kellner (Cornell) – 32:58.73
  2. Emily Lanois (Columbia) – 33:53.06
  3. Olivia Mickle (Brown) – 33:59.06
  4. Caroline McDonough (Columbia) – 34:07.90
  5. Devin McMahon (Cornell) – 34:37.70
  6. Abby Levene (Princeton) – 35:32.64

Notes: Kellner is the top returning scorer and her 2012 performance is currently No. 5 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

Steeplechase

  1. Alexi Pappas (Dartmouth) – 9:58.07
  2. Genna Hartung (Cornell) – 10:19.75
  3. Rachel Sorna (Cornell) – 10:28.57
  4. Mallory Anderson (Columbia) – 10:31.40
  5. Jackie Nicholas (Princeton) – 10:48.56
  6. Katie Sullivan (Dartmouth) – 10:49.78

Notes: Pappas’ time is currently No. 2 in the country and in outdoor Ivy history, and reports are that she fell at the last barrier in this race and still broke 10 minutes.

100m hurdles

  1. Olivia Abbate (Harvard) – 14.04w
  2. Taylor Baird (Cornell) – 14.13w
  3. Jordan DeLoach (Brown) – 14.15
  4. Gabrielle Piper (Penn) – 14.16
  5. Lucie Cincinatis (Columbia) – 14.23
  6. Susan Scavone (Brown) – 14.30w

Notes: Defending champion Kyra Caldwell and Piper both broke 14 seconds last year at Outdoor Heps, while Scavone placed third at 14.03.  Frosh DeLoach had graduated from high school with a 100HH personal best of 15.48 and has since improved by over a second.

400m hurdles

  1. Kyra Caldwell (Columbia) – 59.64
  2. Molly Glantz (Cornell) – 59.93
  3. Alexandra Stanton (Brown) – 1:00.23
  4. Paige Madison (Penn) – 1:00.64
  5. Joie Hand (Princeton) – 1:00.66
  6. Ryan Wooley (Cornell) – 1:00.93

Notes: Caldwell won this event in 2010, but Glantz is the top returning scorer from 2011.

High jump

  1. Mary Hirst (Harvard) and Kristen Judge (Penn) – 5-8 3/4
  2. Ailish Hanly (Cornell) and Monique Roberts (Columbia) (2011 Champion) – 5-7
  3. Janae Dunchack (Dartmouth) – 5-5 3/4
  4. Ann Giebelhaus (Harvard) and Annie Holland (Penn) – 5-5

Notes: Roberts is the two-time defending champion and as a frosh, she placed second with a height of 5-11.75.

Pole vault

  1. Claire Dishong (Cornell), Jillian Hart (Penn), Allie Pace (Harvard), and Lauren Tauscher (Princeton) – 12-7 1/2
  2. Sydnie Leroy (Harvard) – 12-5 1/2
  3. Bianca Reo (Princeton), Emily Uriuoli (Yale), and Tory Worthen (Princeton) (2011 Champion) – 12-3 1/2

Notes: The top height of 12-7.5 is currently tied for No. 9 best all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

Long jump

  1. Anjelique Parnell (Cornell) – 20-0 1/4w
  2. Uju Ofoche (Columbia) – 19-6 3/4 (2011 Champion)
  3. Olivia Weeks (Harvard) – 19-5 1/4
  4. Adele Jackson-Gibson (Yale) – 19-3 1/4
  5. Dominique Corley (Cornell) – 19-1 1/2
  6. Nadia Eke (Columbia) – 19-0 3/4

Notes: if the jump was wind-legal, Parnell’s leap would ranked in a tied for No. 7 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

Triple jump

  1. Nadia Eke (Columbia) – 42-0 1/2
  2. Imani Oliver (Princeton) – 40-7 1/2
  3. Queen Okeke (Columbia) – 40-5
  4. Olivia Weeks (Harvard) – 40-0 3/4
  5. Kristin Brandt (Cornell) – 39-9 1/4
  6. Catherine Okoukoni (Penn) – 38-10 1/4

Notes: Oliver is the top returning scorer from 2011, but Eke’s performance is currently ranked No. 7 all-time in outdoor Ivy history.

Shot put

  1. Victoria Imbesi (Cornell) – 47-11 1/4
  2. Shannon Watt (Harvard) – 47-3 1/2
  3. Emmaline Berg (Dartmouth) – 44-11 1/2
  4. Christina Alexander (Dartmouth) – 43-9 1/4
  5. Jessica Eason (Brown) – 43-0 1/4
  6. Corinne Kominkiewicz (Dartmouth) – 42-11

Discus throw

  1. Chukwunonso Okwelogu (Princeton) – 159-5
  2. Shannon Watt (Harvard) – 158-5
  3. Christina Alexander (Dartmouth) – 148-0
  4. Lacey Craker (Brown) – 145-2 (2011 Champion)
  5. Emmaline Berg (Dartmouth) – 142-2
  6. Corrine Rich (Penn) – 141-8

Notes: Okwelogu and Watt are currently ranked No. 9 and No. 10 all-time in outdoor Ivy history with their performances.

Hammer throw

  1. Lacey Craker (Brown) – 182-6
  2. Adabelle Ekechukwu (Harvard) – 181-8
  3. Erin Rossi (Cornell) – 175-2
  4. Heather Vermillion (Brown) – 168-7
  5. Nnenna Okwara (Columbia) – 164-10
  6. Christina Alexander (Dartmouth) – 162-3

Notes: Craker top returning scorer and has previously thrown 188-6 in 2011 (No. 6 all-time in outdoor Ivy history).

Javelin throw

  1. Morgan Wheeler (Penn) – 147-9
  2. Niina Al-Hassan (Brown) – 144-9
  3. Victoria Imbesi (Cornell) – 144-7
  4. Brittany Dombrowski (Cornell) – 141-2
  5. Felicia Reid (Cornell) – 138-0
  6. Holleigh Bergstrom (Brown) – 128-10

3 Responses to “Looking at the Outdoor Lists”

  1. Greg Page says:

    Brett, I’m not proofing the list (and *many* thanks for posting it!), but this caught my eye:  Alejandro Arroyo Yamin (5,000m) is from Princeton, not Cornell.

  2. Greg Page says:

    Brett, I’m not proofing the list (and *many* thanks for posting it!), but this caught my eye:  Alejandro Arroyo Yamin (5,000m) is from Princeton, not Cornell.