For the first time this indoor season, all of the teams will be in action. We guarantee that there will be
some many amazing performances as there will be quite a few Ivy-to-Ivy match-ups in some very intense meets. There have been some minor changes to the conference schedule for this weekend since we first shared the schedule last year. Check the list below on who will be where and links that we have found that will help us follow the action.
Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, and Yale are scheduled to be blazing at the Boston University Terrier Invitational (Boston, Mass.) on Friday night and Saturday. Cornell’s Katie Kellner and Rachel Sorna (center and left in the photo) are among the highlighted runners in the 5,000m race. In fact, it was at this meet last year where Kellner set her indoor personal best of 16:11.38 and finished 3rd overall. Princeton’s Greta Feldman will be the lone Tiger representative as she will be racing in the mile. Entry lists can be viewed here. Results, interviews, and videos will be available on Flotrack.
Harvard and Brown will split their squads this weekend around Boston, as some will compete at the Reggie Lewis Track and Field Center in Roxbury, Mass. at the Joe Donahue Games. The Brown women won this meet last year, edging out host Northeastern by less than 6 points.
Columbia, Cornell, Penn, and Princeton (women) will battle again at the NYC Armory in the NYRR College Night at the Armory II. You can view the action through the Armory’s YouTube Channel. The Princeton men and Cornell women won this meet last year.
Columbia will be at the Armory all day today, as they will be competing in the NYC Metropolitan Championships. The meet actually began last night, but it looks like Columbia will kick off their action today at noon.
Princeton (men) is set for a rematch with Navy this weekend at the Wesley A. Brown Invitational (Annapolis, Md.), but this time, it will not be a scored meet. The University of Maryland and College of William and Mary will be there to try and spoil some of the action.
Finally, Dartmouth’s Abbey D’Agostino is heading to Washington to duel Oregon’s Jordan Hasay and former teammate Alexi Pappas in the 3,000m at the University of Washington Invitational. The race will be on Saturday at 4:30 PST. While we wait for the race, check out this interview D’Agostino had with Runners World on her entry into the Millrose Games and her adjustment to athletic achievements these last two years.
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