Brown’s Heidi Caldwell — who upset Abbey D’Agostino in the Indoor Heps 5k — has pull off the season sweep with a late pass of Cornell junior Katie Kellner. Her time of 16:18.89 is the fifth fastest in Heps Championship history and it was less than a second ahead of Kellner, whose 16:19.67 along with third-place finisher Melissa Chapman of Yale (16:22.89), broke into the all-time meet top 10.
Brown has taken the team scoring lead back from Cornell, 52-49.
In the 4x100m relays, the Cornell men — Justin McCollin, Jedidiah Adarquah-Yiadon, Chase Aaronson and Kinsley Ojukwu — took down Princeton, 40.77 to 40.91. Harvard was a distant third. On the women’s side, the results were reversed, Princeton (46.03) then Cornell (46.20) followed closely by Penn (46.27). The Tigers’ winning team consisted of Abidemi Adenikinju, Erin Guty, Emily Easton and Eileen Moran. Moran will also be in the hunt for titles in the 100- and 200-meter dashes.
Cornell’s women have reclaimed the lead, 57-56, over Brown.