First Look at the 2014 Outdoor Lists

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We have 24 days to go before it’s time for Outdoor Heps at Yale (are you going to make it? Let us know!).  As of now, each team has competed in this outdoor season at least twice.  Not every big name has competed yet, but we figured we have enough to share the first performance listings for the 2014 Outdoor Track and Field season.

These listings were compiled on the Track and Field Results Reporting System website, but we added in further details on wind-assisted marks, all-time rankings, national rankings, previous champions, and scoring from the 2013 Outdoor Heps.  All of these marks are as of this past weekend.  We will share an updated performance during HepsWeek in May.  Hopefully by then, some more athletes will contest in the heptathlon and decathlon.

Now, these are not predictions – just cold, hard numbers.  If you want to discuss these performances, you’re welcome to join the friendly crowd in this discussion thread.  For the full performance listings, check out the “more” link below.

Ivy League Outdoor Track and Field Performance Listing – Women (as of 4/17/14)

100m:

1.  Danielle Barbian (Harvard), 11.65

2.  Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia), 11.68 (2013 Champion)

3.  Ashley Collinsworth (Harvard), 11.79

4.  Kaitlin Whitehorn (Dartmouth), 11.89w (+4.0)

5.  Lydia Ali (Penn), 11.90 (NWI)

6.  Adrian Jones (Cornell), 11.99

7.  Ashley Cunningham (Columbia), 12.12 (NWI)

8.  Sara Kikut (Dartmouth), 12.18w (+2.3)

9.  Emmaline Suchland (Brown), 12.19

10.  Heather Bong (Penn), 12.25

Notes: Barbian is the conference record holder for both the 60m and 100m dashes.  She’s also the Indoor Heps 60m champion.  Iheukwumere’s and Collinsworth’s times are tied for the 3rd and 8th fastest in conference history.  Bong (2nd), Barbian (3rd), Collinsworth (4th), and Suchland (5th) all scored in this event last year.

200m:

1.  Marvellous Iheukwumere (Columbia), 24.08w (+2.3) (2013 Champion)

2.  Kaitlin Whitehorn (Dartmouth), 24.29

3.  Autumne Franklin (Harvard), 24.41w (+2.5)

4.  Jaycee Parker (Columbia), 24.44w (+2.3)

5.  Ashley Cunningham (Columbia), 24.54w (+2.3)

6.  Ashley Collinsworth (Harvard), 24.65w (+2.5)

7.  Adrian Jones (Cornell), 24.71

8.  Danielle Barbian (Harvard), 24.74w (+2.5)

8.  Heather Bong (Penn), 24.74w (+2.3)

10.  Zena Kolliesuah (Cornell), 24.76

Notes: Dartmouth’s Jennifer Meech won the 2014 Indoor Heps title in this event.  Bong (2nd) and  Parker (4th) scored in this event last year.

400m:

1.  Udeme Akpaete (Cornell), 54.00

2.  Ebolutalese Airewele (Cornell), 55.21

3.  Zena Kolliesuah (Cornell), 55.38

4.  Lydia Ali (Penn), 55.44

5.  Gabrielle Scott (Harvard), 55.5

6.  Emily Cable (Yale), 55.71

7.  Jaycee Parker (Columbia), 55.9

8.  Rachel Hlatky (Penn), 56.24

9.  Jennifer Meech (Dartmouth), 56.41

10.  Elyse Wilkinson (Cornell), 56.49

Notes:  Akpaete is the 2014 Indoor Heps 400m champion.  Her conference leading time in the 400m is the 38th fastest time in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Airewele (2nd), Scott (3rd), Akpaete (5th), and Kolliesuah (6th) scored in this event last year.  Defending champion Cecelia Barowski of Princeton has not competed during the 2014 calendar year.

800m:

1.  Trina Bills (Columbia), 2:06.74

2.  Megan Krumpoch (Dartmouth), 2:07.22

3.  Elyse Wilkinson (Cornell), 2:07.90

4.  Margaret Donovan (Dartmouth), 2:08.94

5.  Arianna Vailas (Dartmouth), 2:10.67

6.  Kim Mackay (Princeton), 2:11.20

7.  Kristin Smoot (Princeton), 2:12.00

8.  Brittney Wade (Columbia), 2:12.17

9.  Madeline Rathbun (Columbia), 2:12.39

10.  Megan Grela (Dartmouth), 2:12.41

Notes: Bills (3rd) scored in this event last year.  Krumpoch won the 2014 Indoor Heps 800m title.  Krumpoch also is the defending champion in the 400m hurdles.  Bills (13th), Krumpoch (25th), and Wilkinson (40th) are ranked within the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

1,500m:

1.  Molly Renfer (Harvard), 4:24.33

2.  Sarah Gillespie (Harvard), 4:24.73

3.  Olivia Sadler (Columbia), 4:25.37

4.  Elizabeth Markowitz (Dartmouth), 4:26.01

5.  Heidi Caldwell (Brown), 4:26.51

6.  Megan Curham (Princeton), 4:28.74

7.  Elizabeth Bird (Princeton), 4:29.07

8.  Claire DeVoe (Cornell), 4:29.19

9.  Kathryn Fluehr (Princeton), 4:30.40

10.  Molly Higgins (Princeton), 4:31.08

Notes: Two-time defending champion Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth) has yet to compete in this event this season.  Last year, her only 1,500m races for the season were at Outdoor Heps.

3,000m:

1.  Erika Fluehr (Princeton), 9:47.76

2.  Devin McMahon (Cornell), 9:54.85

3.  Caroline Kellner (Cornell), 9:56.46

4.  Elizabeth Simpson (Cornell), 9:57.56

5.  Elizabeth McDonald (Yale), 10:00.14

6.  Ashley Montgomery (Penn), 10:01.18

7.  Emily Reese (Harvard), 10:02.01

8.  Chelsea Carrick (Columbia), 10:04.17

9.  Lydia Davenport (Brown), 10:07.33

10.  Sarah Eagan (Columbia), 10:09.26

Notes: Two-time defending champion Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth) has yet to compete in this event this season.  Last year, her only 3,000m races for the season were at Outdoor Heps.

5,000m:

1.  Waverly Neer (Columbia), 15:37.85 (2013 Champion)

2.  Rachel Sorna (Cornell), 15:54.31

3.  Heidi Caldwell (Brown), 16:05.84 (2012 Champion)

4.  Caroline Williams (Columbia), 16:14.20

5.  Megan Curham (Princeton), 16:33.06

6.  Cleo Whiting (Penn), 16:45.22

7.  Lily Harrington (Brown), 16:47.65

8.  Elyssa Gensib (Penn), 16:51.99

9.  Olivia Sadler (Columbia), 16:54.41

10.  Kathryn Fluehr (Princeton), 16:55.62

Notes: Neer’s time is the 2nd fastest outdoor 5,000m time in conference history and ranks her 4th in the NCAA.  Sorna’s time is the 4th fastest outdoor 5,000m time in conference history and ranks her 7th in the NCAA.  Caldwell (15th) and Williams (30th) are also ranked within the top 50 of the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

10,000m:

1.  Devin McMahon (Cornell), 34:05.46

2.  Caroline Kellner (Cornell), 34:21.94

3.  Elizabeth Simpson (Cornell), 34:38.32

4.  Maggi Szpak (Cornell), 34:40.84

5.  Emily Stark (Yale), 34:51.61

6.  Viviana Hanley (Harvard), 34:52.72

7.  Megan Curham (Princeton), 35:30.75

8.  Kersie Jhabvala (Penn), 35:34.25

9.  Kathryn Fluehr (Princeton), 36:02.54

10.  Alaina Alvarez (Harvard), 36:32.91

Notes: McMahon (4th) scored in this event last year.  McMahon (16th), Kellner (27th), Simpson (35th), Szpak (36th), Stark (40th), and Hanley (42nd) are ranked in the top 50 of the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

100m Hurdles:

1.  Autumne Franklin (Harvard), 13.56w (+2.8) (2013 Champion)

2.  Jackie Modesett (Harvard), 13.91w (+2.8)

3.  Iris Chijioke (Columbia), 14.15

4.  Gabrielle Piper (Penn), 14.17w (+2.6) (2012 Champion)

5.  Zaakirah Daniels (Cornell), 14.22

6.  Olivia Abbate (Harvard), 14.25w (+3.4)

6.  Sylvia Deppen (Harvard), 14.25w (+2.8)

8.  Elizabeth McKenna (Princeton), 14.37

9.  Madison Hansen (Harvard), 14.45w (+3.4)

10.  Mackenzie Mathews (Yale), 14.48w (+3.4)

Notes: Franklin is also a two-time Indoor Heps 60m hurdles champion, while Piper won the Indoor Heps 60m hurdles title in 2012.  Piper (2nd), Abbate (3rd), Chijioke (4th), and Daniels (5th) scored in this event last year.  Franklin is ranked 44th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

400m Hurdles:

1.  Autumne Franklin (Harvard), 58.53

2.  Megan Krumpoch (Dartmouth), 59.18 (2013 Champion)

3.  Alexandra Stanton (Brown), 59.43

4.  Meghan McMullin (Princeton), 59.52

5.  Jackie Modesett (Harvard), 1:00.94

6.  Kathleen Sprout (Dartmouth), 1:01.37

7.  Ryan Woolley (Cornell), 1:02.26

8.  Emily Woodford (Cornell), 1:02.61

9.  Kim Mackay (Princeton), 1:02.85

10.  Stephanie Green (Penn), 1:04.47

Notes: Krumpoch is also the 2014 Indoor Heps 800m champion.  Franklin (2nd), Stanton (3rd), and Woolley (5th) scored in this event last year.  Franklin (15th), Krumpoch (28th), Stanton (35th), and McMullin (38th) are ranked in the top 50 of the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

3,000m Steeplechase:

1.  Rachel Sorna (Cornell), 10:05.43 (2013 Champion)

2.  Kira Garry (Yale), 10:21.01

3.  Elizabeth Bird (Princeton), 10:30.19

4.  Claire DeVoe (Cornell), 10:31.89

5.  Sarah Delozier (Dartmouth), 10:36.96

6.  Paige Kouba (Harvard), 10:38.66

7.  Leila Mantilla (Columbia), 10:42.92

8.  Leah Eickhoff (Brown), 10:45.63

9.  Bori Tozser (Cornell), 10:46.84

10.  Corey Dowe (Cornell), 10:47.20

Notes: DeVoe (4th) and Delozier (5th) scored in this event last year.  Sorna (4th), Garry (24th), Bird (45th), and DeVoe (50th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

4x100m Relay:

1. Cornell, 45.82

2. Harvard, 45.84

3. Dartmouth, 46.72

4. Columbia, 46.76

5. Penn, 46.93

6. Princeton, 47.59

7. Brown, 48.64

Notes: Cornell’s and Harvard’s times are the 3rd and 4th fastest relay times in conference history.

4x400m Relay:

1. Cornell, 3:37.04

2. Harvard, 3:41.85

3. Penn, 3:46.38

4. Dartmouth, 3:48.72

5. Princeton, 3:49.06

6. Columbia, 3:49.12

7. Yale, 4:02.10

Notes: Cornell’s time is the 4th fastest relay time in conference history and ranks them 28th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

4x800m Relay:

1. Princeton, 8:56.57

2. Penn, 8:57.83

High Jump:

1.  Madelyn Magee (Columbia), 5′ 7″

1.  Raegan Nizdil (Harvard), 5′ 7″

3.  Inka Busack (Princeton), 5′ 6″

4.  Allison Morrison (Harvard), 5′ 5.25″

5.  Brenna Barker (Columbia), 5′ 5″

5.  Jennifer Bush (Cornell), 5′ 5″

5.  Noel Jancewicz (Penn), 5′ 5″

5.  Kerry Krause (Princeton), 5′ 5″

5.  Taylor Morgan (Princeton), 5′ 5″

10.  Ann Giebelhaus (Harvard), 5′ 4.25″

10.  Madison Hansen (Harvard), 5′ 4.25″

Notes: Giebelhaus (3rd) scored in this event last year.

Pole Vault:

1.  Samantha Anderson (Princeton), 12′ 7.5″

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

3.  Eve Bishop (Cornell), 11′ 11.75″

4.  Emily Urciuoli (Yale), 11′ 9.75″

5.  Gardenia Centanaro (Columbia), 11′ 7.75″

6.  Jennifer Markin (Cornell), 11′ 6.5″

7.  Stephanie Brown (Dartmouth), 11′ 5.75″

8.  Alexis Bartholomew (Cornell), 11′ 3.75″

8.  Kaitlin Mccallum (Dartmouth), 11′ 3.75″

8.  Renee Vogel (Yale), 11′ 3.75″

Notes: Anderson is the 2014 Indoor Heps pole vault champion and scored in this event last year (5th).

Long Jump:

1.  Brienna Crimmins (Brown), 19′ 3.5″w (+2.2)

2.  Anjelique Parnell (Cornell), 19′ 1.25″

3.  Anna Williams (Columbia), 18′ 4.25″

4.  Amanda Snajder (Yale), 18′ 1.5″w (+4.0)

5.  Amaris Kobolak (Penn), 17′ 11”

6.  Imani Oliver (Princeton), 17′ 9.75″

7.  Alisha Jordan (Yale), 17′ 9″w (+2.3)

7.  Sara Ronde (Princeton), 17′ 9″

9.  Shannon Daniels (Cornell), 17′ 8.75″

10.  Gillian Berger (Penn), 17′ 8″

Notes: Crimmins (2nd) and Berger (6th) scored in this event last year.

Triple Jump:

1.  Imani Oliver (Princeton), 42′ 4.25″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Anna Williams (Columbia), 39′ 8.5″

3.  Alisha Jordan (Yale), 39′ 1.25″w (+3.0)

4.  Adefunke Sonaike (Columbia), 38′ 8.25″w (+3.1)

5.  Rachel Van Metre (Brown), 38′ 4.75″

6.  Uzoamaka Okoro (Brown), 38′ 1.25″

6.  O’Sha Williams (Brown), 38′ 1.25″

8.  Lauren Ready (Dartmouth), 37′ 8.75″w (+4.2)

9.  Jenny Thompson (Penn), 37′ 5.75″

10.  Alex Lanzafame (Princeton), 37′ 5″

Notes: Oliver’s performance is the 7th farthest leap in outdoor conference history and ranks her 11th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Jordan (4th) and Sonaike (6th) scored in this event last year.

Shot Put:

1.  Victoria Buhr (Brown), 48′ 4.5″

2.  Nikki Okwelogu (Harvard), 47′ 0.75″

3.  Emmaline Berg (Dartmouth), 46′ 11″

4.  Karleh Wilson (Yale), 45′ 11.25″

5.  Jessica Eason (Brown), 43′ 9.75″

6.  Alysha Johnson (Harvard), 43′ 8.5″

7.  Serena Graf (Penn), 42′ 6.75″

8.  Heather Vermillion (Brown), 42′ 2.75″

9.  Camryn Goodman (Cornell), 41′ 11.5″

10.  Kate Simon (Yale), 41′ 3.25″

Notes: Okwelogu is the 2014 Indoor Heps shot put champion.  Berg (3rd) and Buhr (5th) scored in this event last year.

Discus Throw:

1.  Victoria Buhr (Brown), 170′ 5″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Kebbeh Darpolor (Brown), 165′ 4″

3.  Nikki Okwelogu (Harvard), 161′ 10″

4.  Karleh Wilson (Yale), 152′ 6″

5.  Nailah Hill (Penn), 150′ 4″

6.  Melissa Dunham (Dartmouth), 143′ 9″

7.  Corinne Kominkiewicz (Dartmouth), 142′ 4″

8.  Emmaline Berg (Dartmouth), 141′ 3″

9.  Camryn Goodman (Cornell), 136′ 5″

10.  Brielle Rowe (Princeton), 132′ 1″

Notes: Buhr’s (4th), Darpolor’s (7th), and Okwelogu’s (9th) throws are among the top 10 in conference history.  Darpolor (4th), Wilson (5th), and Berg (6th) scored in this event last year.  Buhr (27th) and Darpolor (48th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

Hammer Throw:

1.  Julia Ratcliffe (Princeton), 228′ 4″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Adabelle Ekechukwu (Harvard), 176′ 10″

3.  Heather Vermillion (Brown), 176′ 3″

4.  Serena Graf (Penn), 170′ 7″

5.  Cathy Liebowitz (Dartmouth), 164′ 2″

6.  Joanna Koronios (Columbia), 160′ 2″

7.  Victoria Buhr (Brown), 158′ 1″

8.  Taylor Eldridge (Yale), 158′ 0″

9.  Kebbeh Darpolor (Brown), 155′ 8″

10.  Chelsea Cioffi (Princeton), 154′ 7″

Notes: Ratcliffe’s throw is not only a new conference record, but also the top throw in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Ekechukwu (3rd), Liebowitz (4th), Koronios (5th), and Vermillion (6th) scored in this event last year.

Javelin Throw:

1.  Kelsey Hay (Penn), 160′ 0″

2.  Kacie Hargett (Cornell), 148′ 7″

3.  Ellie Gravitte (Brown), 148′ 3″

4.  Felicia Reid (Cornell), 142′ 8″

5.  Hannah Mayer (Harvard), 140′ 2″ (2011 Champion)

6.  Serena Graf (Penn), 140′ 1″

7.  Lisa Sesink-Clee (Penn), 139′ 7″

8.  Sarah Waszkewitz (Princeton), 135′ 1″

9.  Kaci Jones (Penn), 133′ 5″

10.  Holleigh Bergstrom (Brown), 130′ 10″

Notes: Hays’ throw is the 3rd farthest in conference history and ranks her 27th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Hay (2nd), Jones (3rd), and Reid (5th) scored in this event last year.

Heptathlon:

1.  Allison Morrison (Harvard), 4,421

2.  Madison Hansen (Harvard), 4,101

Notes: Hansen (3rd) scored in this event last year.

Ivy League Outdoor Track and Field Performance Listing – Men (as of 4/17/14)

100m:

1.  Andrew Ezekoye (Harvard), 10.68w (+2.2)

2.  Damani Wilson (Harvard), 10.72w (+2.2)

3.  John Hill (Princeton), 10.78

4.  Daniel Jones (Yale), 10.85w (+2.2)

5.  John Abraham (Dartmouth), 10.93

6.  Ajani Brown (Brown), 10.95

7.  Ryan Kelly (Brown), 10.96

8.  Daniel McCord (Princeton), 10.98

9.  David Fan (Harvard), 11.02w (+2.2)

10.  Brent Albertson (Princeton), 11.04

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

200m:

1.  Tom Hopkins (Princeton), 21.13

2.  Damani Wilson (Harvard), 21.87

3.  Larry Gibson (Cornell), 21.94

4.  Mike Rabbitt (Cornell), 21.99

5.  Ajani Brown (Brown), 22.01 (NWI)

6.  Noah Lartigue (Columbia), 22.02w (+2.9)

7.  Edward Wagner (Dartmouth), 22.03w (+2.6)

8.  Daniel McCord (Princeton), 22.04

9.  Ryan Kelly (Brown), 22.08

9.  Ray Mennin (Princeton), 22.08

Time: Two-time champion (2010 & 2013) Bruno Hortelano-Roig of Cornell has yet to compete in this event this outdoor season.  Hopkins (4th) scored in this event last year.

400m:

1.  Tom Hopkins (Princeton), 46.69 (2012 Champion)

2.  Bruno Hortelano-Roig (Cornell), 46.89 (2013 Champion)

3.  Kinsley Ojukwu (Cornell), 47.4

4.  Tobenna Attah (Cornell), 48.51

5.  Kevin Boyd (Columbia), 48.52

6.  Ryan Kelly (Brown), 48.59

7.  Ajani Brown (Brown), 48.8

8.  Cisco Olloqui (Cornell), 48.84

9.  Jared Kadich (Harvard), 49.42

10.  Tom Timmins (Penn), 49.47

Notes: Hortelano-Roig is a two-time Indoor Heps 400m Champion.  Hopkins (2nd) and Brown (6th) scored in this event last year.  Hopkins (25th) and Hortelano-Roig (37th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

800m:

1.  Harry McFann (Columbia), 1:47.91 (2012 Champion)

2.  Will Weinlandt (Cornell), 1:49.23

3.  Mato Bekelja (Penn), 1:50.50

4.  Henry Tufnell (Brown), 1:50.65

5.  Connor Claflin (Columbia), 1:51.26

6.  Tyler Benster (Brown), 1:51.40

7.  Denzel Woode (Columbia), 1:51.41

8.  Hong Cho (Cornell), 1:51.54

9.  Ned Willig (Brown), 1:51.86

10.  Brendon Fish (Columbia), 1:52.13

Notes: Weinlandt is a two-time Indoor Heps 800m champion.  Claflin (2nd), McFann (3rd), Fish (5th), and Weinlandt (6th) scored in this event last year.  McFann (8th) and Weinlandt (22nd) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

1,500m:

1.  Thomas Awad (Penn), 3:42.89

2.  John Gregorek (Columbia), 3:43.05

3.  Daniel Everett (Columbia), 3:44.78

4.  Brendon Fish (Columbia), 3:45.29

5.  James Shirvell (Yale), 3:45.48

6.  Michael Williams (Princeton), 3:45.55

7.  Ned Willig (Brown), 3:46.34

8.  Steve Mangan (Dartmouth), 3:46.46

9.  Ben Rainero (Cornell), 3:47.33

10.  Silas Talbot (Dartmouth), 3:48.25

Notes: Mangan (2nd), Talbot (5th), and Shirvell (6th) scored in this event last year.  Awad (6th), Gregorek (9th), Everett (22nd), Fish (32nd), Shirvell (41st), and Williams (44th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Dartmouth’s Will Geoghegan is likely out for the remainder of the outdoor season due to a stress fracture in his foot (diagnosed in early April).

5,000m:

1.  Thomas Awad (Penn), 13:48.90

2.  Daniel Everett (Columbia), 14:09.71

3.  John Gregorek (Columbia), 14:12.48

4.  Brendan Smith (Penn), 14:18.68

5.  Steve Mangan (Dartmouth), 14:19.11

6.  Nico Composto (Columbia), 14:19.85

7.  Sam Pons (Princeton), 14:21.48

8.  Jake Sienko (Columbia), 14:22.67

9.  Nick Tuck (Penn), 14:23.45

10.  Brendan Shearn (Penn), 14:29.12

Notes: Everett (2nd), Awad (4th), and Pons (5th) scored in this event last year.  Awad (5th) and Everett (49th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

10,000m:

1.  Chris Bendtsen (Princeton), 28:49.08

2.  Tyler Udland (Princeton), 28:57.25

3.  Kevin Dooney (Yale), 29:10.13

4.  Alejandro Arroyo Yamin (Princeton), 29:19.08

5.  James Leakos (Harvard), 29:45.83

6.  Kurt Ruegg (Harvard), 29:47.91

7.  Curtis King (Dartmouth), 29:48.32

8.  Brian Eimstad (Cornell), 29:59.53

9.  Mark Tedder (Cornell), 30:13.68

10.  Will Geiken (Harvard), 30:18.30

Notes: Bendtsen (2nd), Arroyo Yamin (4th), and Udland (5th) scored in this event last year.  Bendtsen (6th) and Udland’s (9th) times are among the top 10 in conference history.  Bendtsen (10th), Udland (18th), Dooney (25th), and Arroyo Yamin (34th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

110m Hurdles:

1.  Jarvis Harris (Harvard), 14.11w (+2.6) (2013 Champion)

2.  Max Hairston (Cornell), 14.13

3.  Ben Bowers (Penn), 14.42

4.  Greg Caldwell (Princeton), 14.71

5.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 14.9

6.  Mike Rabbitt (Cornell), 14.91

7.  Peter Rhodes (Brown), 14.93w (+3.6)

8.  Nico Robinson (Dartmouth), 14.95

9.  Alex Frye (Dartmouth), 14.97

10.  Wynndham Curtis (Cornell), 15.05

Notes: Hairston (2nd) and Caldwell (3rd) scored in this event last year.  Hairston is a two-time Indoor Heps 60m hurdle champion.  Harris’ time ranks him 46th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

400m Hurdles:

1.  Edward Wagner (Dartmouth), 52.40

2.  Jarvis Harris (Harvard), 52.78

3.  Jordan Sherwood (Cornell), 53.13

4.  William Rowe (Yale), 53.55

5.  Max Hairston (Cornell), 53.69

6.  Corey Hammond (Columbia), 53.77

7.  Tom Timmins (Penn), 53.97

8.  Andre Anderson (Cornell), 54.04

9.  Wynndham Curtis (Cornell), 54.77

10.  Jordan Myers (Princeton), 54.80

Notes: Wagner (2nd), Timmins (3rd), Myers (5th), and Hairston (6th) scored in this event last year.

3,000m Steeplechase:

1.  Eddie Owens (Princeton), 8:59.26

2.  Henry Sterling (Dartmouth), 9:04.53

3.  Brendan Smith (Penn), 9:05.40

4.  Duncan Tomlin (Yale), 9:10.85

5.  David Melly (Cornell), 9:15.15

6.  Kieran Kinnare (Cornell), 9:15.78

7.  Chris Christoff (Cornell), 9:16.52

8.  Joe Kotran (Columbia), 9:20.94

9.  Jordan Mann (Brown), 9:22.21

10.  Connor Herr (Cornell), 9:23.85

Notes: Herr (2nd), Kotran (3rd), and Sterling (4th) scored in this event last year. Owens (33rd) and Sterling (50th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

4x100m Relay:

1. Cornell, 40.15

2. Princeton, 41.51

3. Harvard, 41.53

4. Brown, 41.72

5. Penn, 42.07

6. Yale, 42.85

Notes: Cornell’s time ranks them 4th in conference history and 30th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

4x400m Relay:

1. Cornell, 3:07.98

2. Brown, 3:13.77

3. Columbia, 3:15.73

4. Penn, 3:16.74

5. Harvard, 3:18.56

6. Princeton, 3:19.46

7. Dartmouth, 3:19.61

8. Yale, 3:19.65

Notes: Cornell’s time ranks them 5th in conference history and 18th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

4x800m Relay:

1. Penn, 7:45.91

High Jump:

1.  Maalik Reynolds (Penn), 7′ 1.75″ (2011 & 2012 Champion)

2.  Montez Blair (Cornell), 7′ 0.5″ (2013 Champion)

3.  Tommy Butler (Cornell), 6′ 9″

4.  Thomas Pitt (Penn), 6′ 8.75″

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

5.  Jake Scinto (Princeton), 6′ 8.25″

7.  Stephen Afadapa (Cornell), 6′ 6.75″

7.  Alex Frye (Dartmouth), 6′ 6.75″

9.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 6′ 6.25″

9.  Justin Love (Cornell), 6′ 6.25″

Notes: Blair has won the last 3 straight high jump titles (indoors and outdoors), while Reynolds has won all of the high jump titles in 2011 and 2012 (indoors and outdoors).  Reynolds (2nd), Butler (3rd), and Pitt (4th) also scored in this event last year. Reynolds (14th) and Blair (22nd) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

Pole Vault:

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

2.  Steven Pawlak (Cornell), 15′ 9.25″

2.  Keith Rayburn (Cornell), 15′ 9.25″

4.  Ben Gaylord (Princeton), 15′ 9″

4.  Brendan Sullivan (Yale), 15′ 9″

6.  Andrew Roney (Harvard), 15′ 1″

7.  David Kim (Cornell), 14′ 9″

8.  Josh Cyphers (Dartmouth), 14′ 7.25″

8.  Mike Slovenski (Harvard), 14′ 7.25″

10.  John Li (Penn), 14′ 5.25″

Notes: Pawlak (2nd) and Rayburn (6th) scored in this event last year.

Long Jump:

1.  Tom Hopkins (Princeton), 24′ 2.25″ (2011 & 2013 Champion)

2.  Jake Scinto (Princeton), 23′ 5.5″

3.  Steven Bell (Cornell), 23′ 2″

4.  Thomas Pitt (Penn), 23′ 0″

5.  Nkosi Jones (Brown), 22′ 6.5″

6.  Stephen Soerens (Princeton), 22′ 3.75″ (NWI)

7.  John Enkler (Cornell), 22′ 3.5″

8.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 22′ 2.5″

9.  Corey Muggler (Dartmouth), 22′ 1.75″w (+2.4)

10.  Hercules Stancil (Cornell), 21′ 8.75″

Notes: Hopkins won last year’s title over Bell by 1 cm.  Stancil (3rd) and Scinto (4th) also scored in this event last year.

Triple Jump:

1.  Damon McLean (Princeton), 52′ 10.25″ (2012 & 2013 Champion)

2.  Malcolm Mason Rodriguez (Harvard), 49′ 2.25″

3.  Robert Plummer (Cornell), 49′ 0.75″

4.  Dan Scott (Cornell), 48′ 6.75″

5.  Efe Uwaifo (Harvard), 48′ 0″

6.  Chancelor Griffin (Columbia), 46′ 10″

7.  Jordan Jett (Penn), 46′ 7.5″w (+2.3)

8.  Jonathan Padmore (Brown), 46′ 6.25″

9.  John Enkler (Cornell), 46′ 4.75″

10.  Nick Straughn (Penn), 46′ 3.25″

Notes: McLean’s jump is ranked 6th in conference history and 2nd in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Mason Rodriguez (2nd) and Scott (5th) scored in this event last year.

Shot Put:

1.  Stephen Mozia (Cornell), 63′ 10.25″ (2012 & 2013 Champion)

2.  Dustin Brode (Harvard), 58′ 4.75″ (2011 Champion)

3.  Ben Glauser (Harvard), 58′ 1.25″

4.  Scott Rushton (Princeton), 57′ 3.5″

5.  Chris Cook (Princeton), 56′ 2″

6.  Igor Liokumovich (Harvard), 55′ 2.75″

7.  Jacob Brenza (Penn), 54′ 7.25″

8.  Marcus LaRoche (Penn), 54′ 2″

9.  Jared Bell (Princeton), 53′ 3″

10.  Courtland Clavette (Brown), 53′ 1.5″

10.  Sam Mattis (Penn), 53′ 1.5″

Notes: Mozia is the 2014 Indoor Heps shot put champion and conference record holder.  This outdoor throw is the 3rd farthest in conference history.  Glauser and Brode are also previous Indoor Heps shot put champions. Mozia (5th), Brode (46th), and Glauser (49th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Brode (2nd), Glauser (3rd), Liokumovich (4th), Brenza (5th), and Rushton (6th) scored in this event last year.

Discus Throw:

1.  Sam Mattis (Penn), 198′ 6″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Stephen Mozia (Cornell), 194′ 0″

3.  Courtland Clavette (Brown), 188′ 3″

4.  Noah Kennedy-White (Penn), 170′ 4″

5.  Chris Cook (Princeton), 167′ 5″

6.  Igor Liokumovich (Harvard), 162′ 2″

7.  Julian Nunally (Harvard), 159′ 10″

8.  Jacob Brenza (Penn), 159′ 6″

9.  Phuong Truong (Brown), 158′ 8″

10.  Jared Bell (Princeton), 155′ 10″

Notes: Mattis’ throw is the 2nd farthest throw in conference history.  Clavette (3rd) and Mozia (4th) also scored in this event last year.  Mattis (8th), Mozia (15th), and Clavette (23rd) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.

Hammer Throw:

1.  Ben Glauser (Harvard), 200′ 11″

2.  Duncan Dickerson (Columbia), 189′ 11″ (2013 Champion)

3.  Stephen Mozia (Cornell), 187′ 3″

4.  Bryan Rhodes (Cornell), 185′ 7″

5.  Thomas Servino (Dartmouth), 184′ 6″

6.  Josh Whitener (Harvard), 184′ 1″

7.  Matthew O’Hara (Brown), 180′ 10″

8.  Jake Taylor (Princeton), 180′ 8″

9.  Dustin Brode (Harvard), 173′ 10″

10.  Meena Farid (Brown), 169′ 11″

Notes: Glauser is ranked 50th in the NCAA as of 4/17/14. Servino (2nd), Glauser (4th), Mozia (5th), and Brode (6th) also scored in this event last year.

Javelin Throw:

1.  Rob Robbins (Cornell), 248′ 11″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Dean Sullivan (Harvard), 212′ 6″ (2012 Champion)

3.  Brad Pelisek (Princeton), 206′ 8″

4.  Jim Tully (Penn), 203′ 8″

5.  Karl Ingram (Penn), 201′ 3″

6.  Mark Buda (Brown), 195′ 4″

7.  Jacob Shippee (Dartmouth), 191′ 8″

8.  Jim Budzinski (Dartmouth), 190′ 10″

9.  Sam Kaplan (Penn), 183′ 7″

10.  Colin Quinn (Dartmouth), 183′ 6″

Notes: Robbins is ranked 3rd in conference history and 2nd in the NCAA as of 4/17/14.  Pelisek (3rd), Ingram (4th),  Budzinski (5th), and Shippee (6th) also scored in this event last year.

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