Cornell Taking Control

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The Cornell men are racking up points in big chunks and pulling away from Princeton. The Tigers have a lot of points to make up in the dwindling number of opportunities.

On the women’s side, host Harvard has taken a nice lead, ahead of Columbia, Cornell, Princeton and Dartmouth. It is still a wide-open affair.

The results:

Men’s 500m dash
1. Russell Dinkins, Princeton — 1:01.90
2. Rutger Admirand, Cornell — 1:03.20
3. Tom Timmins, Penn — 1:04.16
4. Sam Miner, Columbia — 1:04.42
5. Cisco Olloqui, Cornell — 1:04.55
6. Andre Anderson, Cornell — 1:04.98

Women’s 60m dash

1. Marvellous Iheukwumere, Columbia — 7.51
2. Danielle Barbian, Harvard — 7.53
3. Ashley Collinsworth, Harvard — 7.61
4. Mollie Gribbin, Dartmouth — 7.64
5. Lydia Ali, Penn — 7.68
6. Heather Bong, Penn — 7.70

Men’s 60m dash

1. Jedidiah Adarquah-Yiadon, Cornell — 6.80
2. Connor McCarthy, Harvard — 6.87
3. Chris Bain, Cornell — 6.88 (6.876)
4. Damani Wilson, Harvard — 6.88 (6.878)
5. John Hill, Princeton — 6.91
6. Dre Nelson, Princeton — 6.92

Women’s 800m run

1. Erika Veidis, Harvard — 2:13.20
2. Greta Feldman, Princeton — 2:14.97
3. Trina Bills, Columbia — 2:15.19
4. Shannon McDonnell, Yale — 2:15.64
5. Kristin Smoot, Princeton — 2:15.77
6. Kacie O’Neil, Princeton — 2:15.93

Men’s 800m run
1. Will Weinlandt, Cornell — 1:51.99
2. Harry McFann, Columbia — 1:52.11
3. Connor Claflin, Columbia — 1:52.15
4. Henry Tufnell, Brown — 1:52.85
5. Mato Bekelja, Penn — 1:53.05
6. Hong Cho, Cornell — 1:53.86

Men’s 1,000m run
1. Ned Willig, Brown — 2:25.53
2. Nick Wade, Cornell — 2:26.34
3. James Shirvell, Yale — 2:26.90
4. Brendon Fish, Columbia — 2:27.27
5. Nathan Mathabane, Princeton — 2:28.03
6. David Pugliese, Princeton — 2:28.22

Men’s scores after 12 events
1. Cornell, 126
2. Princeton, 81
3. Harvard, 52
4. Dartmouth, 28 1/2
5. Columbia, 30
6. Penn, 22
7. Brown, 21
8. Yale, 11 1/2

Women’s scores after 12 events
1. Harvard, 84
2. Columbia, 70
3. Cornell, 64
4. Princeton, 56 1/2
5. Dartmouth, 50
6. Penn, 20
7. Brown, 14 1/2
8. Yale, 13

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