Looking at the 2014 Indoor Lists

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The 2014 Indoor Heps Championships is just 24 days away.  Perfect timing to take our first look at the Indoor Track and Field Performance listings.

The listings below are as seen on the website Track and Field Results Reporting System, meaning that some marks were converted so that it can be easier to compare performances.  The NCAA committee will be using this website to help select the championship fields, as they will be taking the top 16 individuals and top 12 relay teams in each event.

In this listing below, we are only highlighting the top 10 in each event that will be contested at Indoor Heps, as of performances from before this week.  We have also added in some notes (such as defending champions, top-10 all time performances, or national rankings) where applicable.  These are not predictions.  We do expect these to change in these next three weeks.  We will share these lists one more time during Heps Week with updated results.  If you wish to talk about your predictions or thoughts about these lists, we recommend this Letsrun discussion that is solely based on the Ivy League conference (and yes, people are civil in this thread).

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Men’s Top 10 Performances (as of 2/4/14)

60 Meter Dash:

1.  Bruno Hortelano-Roig (Cornell), 6.76

2.  Andrew Ezekoye (Harvard), 6.81

3.  Chris Bain (Cornell), 6.83

4.  Damani Wilson (Harvard), 6.85 (2012 Champion)

5.  Dre Nelson (Princeton), 6.89

6.  John Hill (Princeton), 6.89

7.  Kinsley Ojukwu (Cornell), 6.92

8.  Efe Uwaifo (Harvard), 6.92

9.  Marc-Andre Alexandre (Yale), 6.94

10.  Justin McCollin (Cornell), 6.96

Notes: Hortelano-Roig’s time is the 3rd fastest in conference history.  The last time he competed in this event at Indoor Heps was back in 2010, where he had finished in 2nd place.  Brown’s John Spooney will not be competing in 2014 as he has declared himself for the NFL Draft. Bain (3rd), Wilson (4th), Hill (5th), and Nelson (6th) also scored in this event last year.

400 Meter Dash:

1.  Marc-Andre Alexandre (Yale), 47.45

2.  Tom Hopkins (Princeton), 48.38 (2010 Champion)

3.  James Heckendorn (Harvard), 48.53

4.  Ryan Kelly (Brown), 48.76

5.  Tobenna Attah (Cornell), 48.88

6.  Ajani Brown (Brown), 48.95

7.  Larry Gibson (Cornell), 48.96

8. Bryant Switzer (Columbia), 49.08

9.  Jared Kadich (Harvard), 49.14

10.  Kinsley Ojukwu (Cornell), 49.20

Notes: Alexandre’s time is the 9th fastest in indoor conference history.  The defending champion, Bruno Hortelano-Roig of Cornell, has yet to compete in this event this season. Hopkins (2nd) also scored in this event last year.

 500 meter dash:

1.  Tom Hopkins (Princeton), 1:02.57

2.  Cisco Olloqui (Cornell), 1:03.86

3. Tim Hamlett (Penn), 1:04.17

4. Kevin Boyd (Columbia), 1:04.44

5. Mato Bekelja (Penn), 1:04.46

6. Denzel Woode (Columbia), 1:.04.69

7.  Tobenna Attah (Cornell), 1:04.75

8.  Phil Gomez (Dartmouth), 1:04.80

9.  Zach Flood (Cornell), 1:04.89

10.  Kevin Boyd (Columbia), 1:05.07

Notes: Hopkins’ time is just outside of the all-time top 10. Olloqui (5th) scored in this event last year.

800 meter dash:

1. Harry McFann (Columbia), 1:49.91

2.  Ned Willig (Brown), 1:51.81

3.  Matt Bevil (Brown), 1:52.04

4.  James Shirvell (Yale), 1:52.49

5.  Eric Bice (Cornell), 1:52.51

6.  Michael Williams (Princeton), 1:52.72

7.  Rob Napolitano (Columbia), 1:53.40

8. Will Weinlandt (Cornell), 1:53.02 (2013 Champion)

9.  Henry Tufnell (Brown), 1:53.81

10.  Billy Looney (Harvard), 1:54.13

Notes: Weinlandt (1st), McFann (2nd), and Tufnell (4th) scored in this event last year.  

1,000 meter run:

1.  Ned Willig (Brown), 2:22.35 (2013 Champion)

2.  Brendon Fish (Columbia), 2:25.62

3.  John Gregorek (Columbia), 2:25.77

4. Rob Napolitano (Columbia), 2:25.84

5.  Henry Tufnell (Brown), 2:26.63

6.  Daniel Everett (Columbia), 2:26.74

7.  Nephat Maritim (Harvard), 2:28.47

8. Drew Magaha (Penn), 2:28.64

9.  Michael Grace (Yale), 2:28.87

10.  Luke Decker (Dartmouth), 2:29.11

Notes: Willig’s time is the 6th fastest in conference history.  Fish (4th) also scored in this event last year.

Mile Run:

1.  Will Geoghegan (Dartmouth), 3:58.04

2.  James Shirvell (Yale), 4:00.54

3.  Steve Mangan (Dartmouth), 4:01.31

4.  John Bleday (Dartmouth), 4:01.44

5. John Gregorek (Columbia), 4:01.65

6. Daniel Everett (Columbia), 4:02.64

7. Brendon Fish (Columbia), 4:05.54

8. Daniel Nestor (Columbia), 4:06.87

9. James Gowan (Cornell), 4:08.08

10. Tim Cousins (Columbia), 4:08.32

Notes: Geoghegan’s time is an indoor conference record and currently ranks him 3rd nationally.  Shirvell’s time is the 10th fastest in indoor conference history and ranks him 8th nationally.  Other Ivies ranked in the NCAA top-20 include Mangan (11th), Bleday (13th), and Gregorek (14th). Geoghegan (3rd) and Gregorek (6th) scored in this event last year.

3,000m Run:

1.  Tom Purnell (Harvard), 8:05.58

2.  John Bleday (Dartmouth), 8:09.46 (2012 Champion)

3.  Tim Gorman (Dartmouth), 8:11.50

4. Thomas Awad (Penn), 8:11.95

5.  Curtis King (Dartmouth), 8:13.23

6.  Henry Sterling (Dartmouth), 8:15.51

7.  Jordan Mann (Brown), 8:16.67

8.  Steve Mangan (Dartmouth), 8:17.43

9.  Joey Chapin (Dartmouth), 8:17.60

10.  Daniel Nestor (Columbia), 8:18.56

Notes: Defending champion, Maksim Korolev of Harvard, has yet to race this event this season.  Bleday (4th) and Awad (5th) scored in this event last year.

5,000m Run:

1.  Maksim Korolev (Harvard), 13:42.56

2.  Dylan O’Sullivan (Dartmouth), 14:21.12

3.  Brian Masterson (Dartmouth), 14:32.09

4.  Alexander Conner (Yale), 14:47.96

5.  Isa Qasim (Yale), 14:48.93

6.  Duncan Tomlin (Yale), 14:48.96

7. Tyler Kawalec (Cornell), 14:49.51

8.  Peter Geithner (Dartmouth), 14:51.92

9.  Nathaniel Adams (Dartmouth), 14:55.45

10.  Matt Herzig (Dartmouth), 15:10.81

Notes: Korolev’s time is an indoor conference record and currently is the top NCAA mark in this event.  O’Sullivan (13th) is also ranked in the NCAA top-20.

60 Meter Hurdles:

1.  Max Hairston (Cornell), 7.99 (2013 Champion)

2.  Jarvis Harris (Harvard), 8.03

3. Ben Bowers (Penn), 8.2

4.  Peter Rhodes (Brown), 8.25

5.  Rob Mohr (Princeton), 8.26

6.  Evan Weinstock (Brown), 8.29

7.  Greg Caldwell (Princeton), 8.32

8.  Daniel Katz (Dartmouth), 8.36

9.  Alex Frye (Dartmouth), 8.37

10.  Wynndham Curtis (Cornell), 8.45

Notes: Hairston’s time is just outside of the all-time conference top-10.   Mohr (2nd), Harris (3rd), and Caldwell (6th) also scored in this event last year.

4×400 Relay:

1.   Yale, 3:15.30

2.   Brown, 3:16.51

3.   Cornell, 3:17.02

4.   Harvard, 3:17.07

5.   Columbia, 3:17.40

6.   Penn, 3:18.09

7.   Princeton, 3:18.50

8.   Dartmouth, 3:18.54

4×800 Relay:

1.   Columbia, 7:39.31

2.   Dartmouth) 7:46.69

3.   Princeton, 7:50.98

4.   Yale, 7:53.00

5.  Cornell, 7:54.89

6.   Harvard, 7:56.85

Distance Medley Relay:

1.  Dartmouth, 9:37.33

2.  Princeton, 9:48.14

3.   Cornell, 10:01.96

4.   Yale, 10:38.11

Notes: Dartmouth’s time is the third fastest in conference history and is the 8th fastest time in the NCAA.

High Jump:

1.  Montez Blair (Cornell), 7′ 2.25″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Maalik Reynolds (Penn), 7′ 0.5″ (2011 & 2012 Champion)

3.  Stephen Afadapa (Cornell), 7′ 0.25″

3.  Tommy Butler (Cornell), 7′ 0.25″

5.  Xavier Bledsoe (Princeton), 6′ 8.25″

5.  Omar Jarrett (Princeton), 6′ 8.25″

5.  Jozef Mankovecky (Cornell), 6′ 8.25″

8.  Alex Frye (Dartmouth), 6′ 8″

9. Nathan Harriger (Penn), 6′ 7.5″

9.  Peter Rhodes (Brown), 6′ 7.5″

Notes: Blair’s best height ranks him 11th in the NCAA.  Blair and Reynolds have either gone 1 or 2 since the 2012 Indoor Heps Championship.

Pole Vault:

1.  Peter Roach (Cornell), 16′ 4.75″

1.  Grant Sisserson (Cornell), 16′ 4.75″

1.  Brendan Sullivan (Yale), 16′ 4.75″

4.  Josh Cyphers (Dartmouth), 16′ 0.75″

4.  Ben Gaylord (Princeton), 16′ 0.75″

6.  Keith Rayburn (Cornell), 15′ 9″

7.  Sean Igelman (Brown), 15′ 5″

7.  Andrew Roney (Harvard), 15′ 5″

9.  David Coneway (Princeton), 15′ 3″

9.  David Kim (Cornell), 15′ 3″

9. Steven Pawlak (Cornell), 15′ 3″

Notes: Kim (tied-2nd), Sullivan (4th),  and Cyphers (tied-6th) scored in this event last year.

Long Jump:

1.  Tom Hopkins (Princeton), 25′ 1.75″

2.  Steven Bell (Cornell), 24′ 0.75″ (2011 & 2012 Champion)

3.  Hercules Stancil (Cornell), 23′ 8.75″

4.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 23′ 7.25″

5.  Montez Blair (Cornell), 23′ 6.25″

6.  Jake Scinto (Princeton), 23′ 2.5″

7.  Mike Rabbitt (Cornell), 23′ 2.5″

8.  Evan Weinstock (Brown), 23′ 0″

9.  Dana Lindberg (Yale), 22′ 10″

10.  Stephen Soerens (Princeton), 22′ 8″

Notes: Hopkins’ mark is ties the 5th best mark in indoor conference history and currently ranks him 8th in the NCAA.  Defending champion, Damon McLean of Princeton, has yet to compete in the long jump this season.  Bell (2nd), Hopkins (3rd), and Stancil (4th) also scored in this event last year.

Triple Jump:

1.  Damon McLean (Princeton), 51′ 10″ (2011 to 2013 Champion)

2.  Dan Scott (Cornell), 49′ 7.75″

3. Robert Plummer (Cornell), 49′ 2.5″

4. Efe Uwaifo (Harvard), 48′ 7.25″

5. Chancellor Griffin (Columbia), 48′ 3.5″

6.  Taylor Alarcon (Brown), 47′ 5.25″

7.  Steven Bell (Cornell), 46′ 11.5″

8.  Jarvis Harris (Harvard), 46′ 10.25″

9.  John Enkler (Cornell), 46′ 8.25″

10. Jonathon Padmore (Brown), 46′ 8″

Notes: McLean shared the Field MVP award at the 2013 Indoor Heps due to his wins in the long and triple jumps.  McLean’s mark currently ranks him 12th in the NCAA.  There has only been one athlete who has won 4 indoor triple jump titles – James Leonard (Cor ’75).  Scott (4th) and Harris (6th) also scored in this event last year.

Shot Put:

1.  Stephen Mozia (Cornell), 67′ 4″

2.  Dustin Brode (Harvard), 57′ 11.25″ (2013 Champion)

3.  Ben Glauser (Harvard), 57′ 7″ (2012 Champion)

4. Jared Bell (Columbia), 55′ 11″

5.  Scott Rushton (Princeton), 55′ 7.75″

6. Igor Liokumovich (Harvard), 54′ 6″

7.  Courtland Clavette (Brown), 54′ 5.25″

8.  Sam Mattis (Penn), 54′ 2.5″

9. Marcus LaRoche (Penn), 53′ 9.75″

10.  Chris Cook (Princeton), 53′ 8.5″

Notes: Mozia’s mark is an indoor conference record and currently is the best mark in the NCAA.  The top 3 scorers from last year’s Indoor Heps are in the top 10: Brode (defending champion), Mozia (2nd  place), and Glauser (3rd).

Weight Throw:

1.  Bryan Rhodes (Cornell), 64′ 10.5″

2.  Stephen Mozia (Cornell), 62′ 9.5″

3.  Ben Glauser (Harvard), 61′ 3″ (2013 Champion)

4.  Dustin Brode (Harvard), 61′ 1.25″

5. Josh Whitener (Harvard), 61′ 0.25″

6.  Rudy Winkler (Cornell), 60′ 7.75″

7.  Duncan Dickerson (Columbia), 57′ 0.25″

8.  Thomas Servino (Dartmouth), 56′ 8.5″

9.  Matthew O’Hara (Brown), 56′ 4″

10.  Phuong Truong (Brown), 54′ 11.25″

Notes: Mozia (2nd), Servino (3rd), Rhodes (4th),  and Dickerson (6th) also scored in this event last year.

Heptathlon:

1.  Evan Weinstock (Brown), 5214 (2013 Champion)

2.  Mike Rabbitt (Cornell), 5153

3.  Peter Rhodes (Brown), 5132

4.  Stephen Soerens (Princeton), 5096

5.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 5087

6. Bryan Oslin (Princeton), 5024

7.  Thomas Pitt (Penn), 5000

8.  David Karabinos (Cornell), 4611

9.  Logan Kreglow (Cornell), 4355

10.  Mark Hill (Harvard), 4129

 Notes: Weinstock (defending champion), Rhodes (2nd), Soerens (3rd), and Oslin (5th) scored in this event last year.

Women’s Top-10 Performances (as of 2/4/14)

60 Meter Dash:

1.  Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia), 7.46 (2013 Champion)

2.  Danielle Barbian (Harvard), 7.52

3.  Ashley Collinsworth (Harvard), 7.58

4.  Adrian Jones (Cornell), 7.66

5.  Ashley Cunningham (Columbia), 7.7

5.  Sylvia Deppen (Harvard), 7.7

5.  Kaitlin Whitehorn (Dartmouth), 7.7

8. Lydia Ali (Penn), 7.71

9.  Heather Bong  (Penn), 7.74

9. Anjelique Parnell (Cornell), 7.74

Notes: Iheukwumere’s time ties the 2nd-fastest mark in conference history.  Barbian’s time is the 6th fastest time in conference history.  They went 1-2 at the 2013 Indoor Heps. Collinsworth (3rd), Ali (5th), and Bong (6th) also scored in this event last year.

200 meter dash:

1.  Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia), 24.17 (2012 & 2013 Champion)

2.  Zena Kolliesuah (Cornell), 24.77

3.  Udeme Akpaete (Cornell), 24.78

4.  Jade Miller (Harvard), 24.84

5.  Ebolutalese Airewele (Cornell), 24.93

6.  Christi Scott (Harvard), 24.95

7.  Ashley Cunningham (Columbia), 24.98

8.  Adrian Jones (Cornell), 25.02

9.  Gabrielle Scott (Harvard), 25.05

10. Lydia Ali (Penn), 25.07

Notes: Iheukwumere’s time is the 3rd fastest in indoor conference history.  Airewele (3rd), and G. Scott (6th) also scored in this event last year.

400 meter dash:

1.  Gabrielle Scott (Harvard), 54.48 (2013 Champion)

2.  Udeme Akpaete (Cornell), 55.16

3.  Jaycee Parker (Columbia), 55.65

4.  Ebolutalese Airewele (Cornell), 55.69

5.  Zena Kolliesuah (Cornell), 55.92

6.  Emily Cable (Yale), 56.41

7.  Jennifer Meech (Dartmouth), 56.96

8.  Katie Woodford (Cornell), 57.07

9.  Kathleen Sprout (Dartmouth), 57.2

10. Emily Woodford (Cornell), 57.32

Notes: Scott’s time is the 8th fastest time in indoor conference history.  Airewele (3rd) and Cable (6th) also scored in this event last year.

800 meter dash:

1.  Erika Veidis (Harvard), 2:05.55 (2013 Champion)

2.  Megan Krumpoch (Dartmouth), 2:06.31

3. Trina Bills (Columbia), 2:07.04

4.  Elyse Wilkinson (Cornell), 2:08.76

5. Kim Mackay (Princeton), 2:09.75

6. Kacie O’Neil (Princeton), 2:10.38

7.  Margaret Donovan (Dartmouth), 2:10.75

8.  Sasha Teninty (Brown), 2:11.06

9. Madeline Rathbun (Columbia), 2:11.32

10. Megan McMullin (Princeton), 2:11.61

Notes: Veidis’ and Krumpoch’s times are the 5th and 8th fastest indoor times in conference history.  They are also currently ranked 5th and 10th in the NCAA.  Bills is also ranked 13th in the NCAA in this event.  Bills (3rd) and O’Neil (6th) also scored in this event last year.

Mile Run:

1.  Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth), 4:28.31 (2012 & 2013 Champion)

2.  Molly Renfer (Harvard), 4:47.49

3.  Emily Shearer (Cornell), 4:47.61

4.  Dana Giordano (Dartmouth), 4:47.64

5. Olivia Sadler (Columbia), 4:48.35

6.  Kate DeSimone (Brown), 4:52.11

7.  Claire DeVoe (Cornell), 4:53.53

8.  Caroline Williams (Columbia), 4:54.70

9.  Margaret Donovan (Dartmouth), 4:55.78

10.  Caroline Kellner (Cornell), 4:56.21

Notes: D’Agostino’s time is an indoor conference record and currently is the top NCAA mark in this event.  Shearer (3rd) also scored in this event last year.

3,000m Run:

1.  Heidi Caldwell (Brown), 9:28.48

2.  Kira Garry (Yale), 9:29.57

3. Emily de la Bruyere (Princeton), 9:37.38

4.  Alison Lanois (Dartmouth), 9:40.09

5.  Caroline Kellner (Cornell), 9:44.15

6.  Morgan Kelly (Harvard), 9:45.98

7. Elyssa Gensib (Penn), 9:48.74

8.  Cleo Whiting (Penn), 9:49.30

9.  Lily Harrington (Brown), 9:51.96

10.  Devin McMahon (Cornell), 9:52.11

Notes: Defending champion, Rachel Sorna of Cornell, has yet to compete in this event this season.

5,000m Run:

1.  Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth), 15:40.55 (2013 Champion)

2.  Viviana Hanley (Harvard), 17:09.41

3.  Bridget End (Dartmouth), 17:17.15

4. Maggi Szpak (Cornell), 17:17.15

5. Taylor Spillane (Cornell), 17:38.56

6. Christine Driscoll (Cornell), 17:53.71

7.  Amanda Chang (Princeton), 18:16.51

8.  Nicole Marvin (Princeton), 18:33.37

9. Kathleen McCormick (Cornell), 18:42.62

10. Meghan McCormick (Cornell), 18:49.30

Notes: D’Agostino’s time is the fastest time in the NCAA right now.

60 meter hurdles:

1.  Autumne Franklin (Harvard), 8.56 (2013 Champion)

2.  Jackie Modesett (Harvard), 8.58

3.  Iris Chijioke (Columbia), 8.66

4.  Jade Miller (Harvard), 8.79

4.  Olivia Abbate (Harvard), 8.79

6.  Zaakirah Daniels (Cornell), 8.8

6.  Sylvia Deppen (Harvard), 8.8

8. Gabrielle Piper (Penn), 8.85 (2012 Champion)

9. Madison Hansen (Harvard), 8.92

10.  Hillary Holmes (Cornell), 8.93

10. McNeil Najatee (Brown), 8.93

Notes: Modesett’s time is the 9th fastest time in conference history.  Piper (3rd) and Chijioke (4th) scored in this event last year.

4×400 Relay:

1.   Harvard, 3:40.41

2.   Cornell, 3:41.33

3.   Columbia, 3:48.35

6.   Princeton, 3:52.08

4.   Yale, 3:54.32

5.   Dartmouth, 3:54.59

7.   Penn, 3:55.94

8.   Brown, 4:14.39

Notes: Harvard’s and Cornell’s times are the 4th and 5th fastest marks in indoor conference history, respectively.

4×800 Relay:

1.   Dartmouth, 9:01.18

2.   Columbia, 9:01.20

3.   Cornell, 9:11.01

4.   Princeton, 9:12.35

5.   Yale, 9:16.00

6.   Harvard, 9:45.94

High Jump:

1.  Raegan Nizdil (Harvard), 5′ 8.75″

1.  Kaitlin Whitehorn (Dartmouth), 5′ 8.75″ (2013 Champion)

3.  Morayo Akande (Brown), 5′ 7″

3.  Elizabeth Crissy (Cornell), 5′ 7″

3.  Janae Dunchack (Dartmouth), 5′ 7″

3.  Ann Giebelhaus (Harvard), 5′ 7″

3.  Hillary Holmes (Cornell), 5′ 7″

3.  Noel Jancewicz (Penn), 5′ 7″

9. Inka Busack (Princeton), 5′ 6″

9. Madelyn Magee (Columbia), 5′ 6″

Notes: Dunchack (4th) also scored in this event last year.

Pole Vault:

1.  Gardenia Centanaro (Columbia), 12′ 3.25″

2.  Allison Harris (Princeton), 12′ 1.5″

3.  Emily Urciuoli (Yale), 12′ 0″

4.  Alexis Bartholomew (Cornell), 11′ 9.75″

4.  Stephanie Brown (Dartmouth), 11′ 9.75″

6.  Samantha Anderson (Princeton), 11′ 7.75″

7.  Jennifer Markin (Cornell), 11′ 5.75″

8.  Linnea Fong (Cornell), 11′ 3.75″

8. Eve Bishop (Cornell), 11′ 3.75″

10. Lauren Santi (Princeton), 11′ 1.75″

Notes: The top 7 at the 2013 Indoor Heps were seniors.  Bartholomew and Urciuoli are the top returning 2013 finishers (tied for 9th place).

Long Jump:

1.  Nadia Eke (Columbia), 18′ 9″

2.  Hillary Holmes (Cornell), 18′ 8.5″

2.  Anjelique Parnell (Cornell), 18′ 8.5″

4. Dominque Corley (Cornell), 18′ 3″

4.  Shannon Daniels (Cornell), 18′ 3″

6. Alex Lanzafame (Princeton), 18′ 2.5″

7. Brienna Crimmins (Brown), 18′ 2.25″

8.  Gillian Berger (Penn), 18′ 1.75″

8.  Janae Dunchack (Dartmouth), 18′ 1.75″

8.  Alisha Jordan (Yale), 18′ 1.75″

Notes: Holmes (2nd), Eke (3rd), and Parnell (6th) scored in this event last year.

Triple Jump:

1.  Nadia Eke (Columbia), 42′ 5.25″ (2012 Champion)

2.  Imani Oliver (Princeton), 41′ 1.75″

3. Anna Williams (Columbia), 40′ 0.5″

4.  Alisha Jordan (Yale), 38′ 11″

5.  Uzoamaka Okoro (Brown), 38′ 9″

6.  Kelley Roach (Cornell), 38′ 2.75″

7.  Jenny Thompson (Penn), 37′ 6.5″

8.  Gaynelle Boham (Cornell), 37′ 5.75″

9.  Molly Shapiro (Dartmouth), 37′ 3.25″

10.  O’Sha Williams (Brown), 37′ 1.75″

Notes: Eke’s mark is the 4th best in indoor conference history and currently ranks her 7th in the NCAA.  Eke (2nd) and Oliver (3rd) are the top returning scorers from 2013.

Shot Put:

1.  Nikki Okwelogu (Harvard), 48′ 3.5″

2.  Victoria Buhr (Brown), 47′ 7.75″

3.  Emmaline Berg (Dartmouth), 47′ 0.25″

4.  Karleh Wilson (Yale), 45′ 3.75″

5.  Alysha Johnson (Harvard), 44′ 11.5″

6.  Melissa Dunham (Dartmouth), 43′ 2.5″

7.  Heather Vermillion (Brown), 42′ 6.75″

8.  Kate Simon (Yale), 42′ 3.25″

9.  Corinne Romano (Dartmouth), 42′ 1.25″

10.  Serena Graf (Penn), 41′ 9.75″

Notes: Berg (2nd) and Wilson (4th), scored in this event last year.

Weight Throw:

1.  Adabelle Ekechukwu (Harvard), 67′ 6.75″ (2012 & 2013 Champion)

2.  Julia Ratcliffe (Princeton), 64′ 0.5″

3.  Kebbeh Darpolor (Brown), 56′ 7.5″

4.  Taylor DuPont (Harvard), 55′ 0.75″

5.  Karleh Wilson (Yale), 54′ 2.75″

6.  Victoria Buhr (Brown), 54′ 0.5″

7.  Cathy Liebowitz (Dartmouth), 51′ 10″

8.  Heather Vermillion (Brown), 51′ 3.75″

9.  Emmaline Berg (Dartmouth), 51′ 2.75″

10.  Joanna Koronios (Columbia), 49′ 3.75″

Note: Ekechukwu’s mark currently ranks her 12th in the NCAA.  Ratcliffe (2nd), Darpolor (4th), and DuPont (6th) also scored in this event last year.

Pentathlon:

1.  Janae Dunchack (Dartmouth), 3796 (2011 to 2013 Champion)

2.  Hillary Holmes (Cornell), 3745

3.  Madison Hansen (Harvard), 3590

4.  Theresa Kennedy (Princeton), 3556

5.  Taylor Morgan (Princeton), 3510

6.  Elizabeth McKenna (Princeton), 3424

7.  Stephanie Izard (Cornell), 3404

8.  Kerry Krause (Princeton), 3396

9.  Haley Baker (Harvard), 3387

10.  Samantha Olyha (Cornell), 3292

Notes: There is currently only one athlete who has won four indoor pentathlon titles – Lindsay Taylor (Brown ’01).  Holmes (2nd), Hansen (5th), and McKenna (6th) also scored in this event last year.

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