Will Heps Have Two Top 10s?

WOMEN

Quick notes on the women. Cornell, wow. Absolutely proved that the huge jump to the top 10 was not premature. How good can this team get? The Big Red beat 15 ranked teams today … Yale was amazing as well, defeating seven ranked teams. Expect a big jump in the polls for the Bulldogs … Strong effort from Harvard to finished third among the Ivies … Dartmouth ran without Abbey D’Agostino and Columbia without Waverly Neer. Full results here. Took Wisco hours to get results out.

Top 10 — 1. (5) Iowa State, 109; 2. (7) Stanford, 181; 3. (2) Arizona, 242; 4. (3) Washington, 252; 5. (9) Cornell, 264; 6. (28) Providence, 265; 7. (—) Duke, 364; 8. (14) Penn State, 383; 9. (10) Michigan State, 420; 10. (13) Weber State, 439.

Second 10 — 11. (19) New Mexico, 457; 12. (16) Notre Dame, 468; 13. (30) Yale & (15) Toledo, 469; 15. (—) UCLA, 472; 16. (21) Boston College & (27) Minnesota, 482; 18. (12) Vanderbilt, 489; 19. (—) UConn, 510; 20. (20) San Francisco, 531.

Next Five — 21. (26) N.C. State, 551; 22. (—) Syracuse, 595; 23. (—) Harvard, 608; 24. (—) BYU, 620; 25. (—) Princeton, 626.

Others — 26. (—) Brown, 627; 30. (29) Wisconsin, 726; 36. (23) Columbia. 826; 44. (—) Dartmouth, 1,078.

Cornell
  1     15  Katie Kellner        SR   20:04
  2     22  Rachel Sorna         JR   20:06
  3     38  Emily Shearer        JR   20:22
  4     85  Devin McMahon        JR   20:45
  5    104  Genna Hartung        SR   20:51

Yale
  1     49  Melissa Chapman      JR   20:27
  2     53  Liana Epstein        JR   20:30
  3     98  Nihal Kayali         SR   20:49
  4    105  Emily Stark          FR   20:51
  5    164  Elizabeth Marvin     SR   21:10

Harvard
  1     70  Emily Reese          JR   20:40
  2     91  Sammy Silva          JR   20:47
  3    107  Morgan Kelly         JR   20:52
  4    117  Viviana Hanley       SO   20:54
  5    223  Alaina Alvarez       SO   21:32

Princeton
  1     68  Greta Feldman        SR   20:39
  2     76  Emily De La Bruyere  SO   20:41
  3     96  Jackie Nicholas      SO   20:48
  4    191  Alexis Mikaelian     SR   21:20
  5    195  Abby Levene          SR   21:21

Brown
  1     57  Heidi Caldwell       JR   20:33
  2     71  Olivia Mickle        SR   20:40
  3     72  Margaret Connelly    JR   20:41
  4    212  Leah Eickhoff        SO   21:28
  5    215  Bree Shugarts        SR   21:29

Columbia
  1    111  Emily Lanois         SR   20:53
  2    144  Clare Buck           SR   21:03
  3    173  Erin Gillingham      SR   21:13
  4    184  Mallory Anderson     SR   21:17
  5    214  N. Van Rysselberghe  SR   21:29

Dartmouth
  1    115  Dana Giordano        FR   20:54
  2    158  Hannah Rowe          JR   21:08
  3    216  Sarah Delozier       SO   21:30
  4    292  Kate Sullivan        SR   22:08
  5    297  Sarah Bennett        FR   22:17

MEN

Quick notes on the men. Columbia beat six teams that were ranked ahead of it today, including No. 1 Wisconsin and No. 5 Portland. Expect a big jump. Could it be top 10? … Sez Wood: “Today was the greatest single team performance in Columbia men’s cross country history. We beat many of the nation’s most storied programs. Today, we took a giant step forward and have joined the ranks of the nation’s very best programs. We have legitimized ourselves as one of the top-10 programs in the nation.” … Princeton lost a lot of points with its fifth scorer in the 180s, but still finished ahead of seven ranked teams … Like the women, Harvard did well to finish third among the Ivies … Word is that five Cornellians went down early in the huge field, taking away any chance at a solid showing … Former Columbian Kyle Merber was also tripped up and trampled, but still finished in the points for Texas … Brown grad Dan Lowry was 11th overall for Michigan. Full results here.

Top 10 — 1. (8) Stanford, 135; 2. (5) Iona, 145; 3. (4) Oklahoma, 166; 4. (22) Texas, 267; 5. (17) Columbia & (19) Arkansas, 308; 7. (24) Michigan, 338; 8. (28) New Mexico, 350; 9. (20) Eastern Kentucky, 379; 10. (27) UCLA, 381.

Second 10 — 11. (10) Syracuse, 402; 12. (5) Portland, 407; 13. (18) Northern Arizona, 447; 14. (11) Princeton, 449; 15. (26) Indiana, 462; 16. (—) Iowa State, 487; 17. (1) Wisconsin, 489; 18. (24) Georgia, 505; 19. (—) Texas A&M, 512; 20. (—) Kansas, 526.

Next Five — 21. (—) Arizona State, 528; 22. (—) Washington & (16) Minnesota, 542; 24. (—) Illinois, 545; 25. (—) Arizona, 608.

Others — 26. (13) Notre Dame, 615; 27. (29) Virginia, 639; 28. Harvard, 655; 31. (30), Missouri, 674; 32. Dartmouth, 732; 40. Yale, 1.042; 43. Cornell, 1,159; 44. Brown, 1,237.

Columbia
  1     22  Mike Murphy          SR   23:47
  2     55  Jake Sienko          JR   24:03
  3     63  Mark Feigen          SR   24:06
  4     64  Leighton Spencer     SR   24:06
  5    104  Daniel Everett       SO   24:18

Princeton
  1     29  Alejan Arroyo Yamin  JR   23:52
  2     59  Chris Bendtsen       JR   24:05
  3     73  Tyler Udland         JR   24:09
  4    101  Mike Franklin        SR   24:17
  5    187  Matt McDonald        SO   24:39

Harvard
  1     18  Maksim Korolev       JR   23:44
  2     36  James Leakos         JR   23:57
  3    188  Tom Purnell          FR   24:40
  4    205  Kurt Ruegg           JR   24:48
  5    208  Billy Gaudreau       FR   24:49

Dartmouth
  1     95  Will Geoghegan       JR   24:16
  2     98  Jonathan Gault       SR   24:16
  3    136  Phil Royer           SR   24:27
  4    177  Dylan O'Sullivan     SO   24:37
  5    226  Curtis King          FR   24:57

Yale
  1    131  Matt Nussbaum        SO   24:26
  2    184  Demetri Goutos       SR   24:38
  3    216  Kevin Lunn           SR   24:52
  4    221  Kevin Dooney         FR   24:54
  5    290  John McGowan         SO   26:21

Cornell
  1    175  Max Groves           JR   24:36
  2    238  Gabe Heck            JR   25:03
  3    240  Nick Wade            SR   25:04
  4    247  Brett Kelly          SR   25:10
  5    259  Ben Potts            SO   25:23

Brown
  1    160  Conor Grogan         SR   24:33
  2    256  Jeff Bush            JR   25:22
  3    269  Brendan Boyle        JR   25:30
  4    274  Austin Snyder        SR   25:37
  5    278  Colin Savage         JR   25:43

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