Final Look at the 2014 Outdoor Lists

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Welcome to HepsWeek.

And welcome to the 2014 Outdoor Performance Listings, version 2.0.  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, time conversions, national rankings, previous champions, and scoring from the 2013 Outdoor Heps.  All of these marks are as of this past weekend.

Now, these are not predictions – just cold, hard numbers.  But it is amazing what these numbers can share.  Of these season best performances, 11 of the men’s marks and 25 of the women’s marks have made it into the top 10 all-time performances in outdoor conference competition.  And who knows how much the Outdoor Heps conference championship books will change once competition begins on Saturday morning.

Later this week, we will start releasing our event group previews (always worth a read).  We will continue to share any information regarding Outdoor Heps as the information comes available.

Oh, one other set of numbers I want to share – 137 people have signed up on our Outdoor Heps facebook event page, sharing their plans on coming to Outdoor Heps this weekend.  Want to join us?

If you want to discuss these performances or any predictions for this weekend, you’re welcome to join the friendly crowd in this discussion thread.  For the full performance listings, check out the “more” link below.

Women’s Performance Listing, as of 5/4/14

100m:

1.  Danielle Barbian (Harvard), 11.63w (+2.3)

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

3.  Ashley Collinsworth (Harvard), 11.79

4.  Kaitlin Whitehorn (Dartmouth), 11.86

5.  Lydia Ali (Penn), 11.90

6.  Adrian Jones (Cornell), 11.99

7.  Ashley Cunningham (Columbia), 12.04

8.  Emmaline Suchland (Brown), 12.17

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

10.  Maura McKendrick (Columbia), 12.23w (+2.8)

Notes: Barbian is the conference record holder for both the 60m and 100m (11.65) 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.  Udeme Akpaete (Cornell), 24.07

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

3.  Jennifer Meech (Dartmouth), 24.13w (+3.0)

4.  Kaitlin Whitehorn (Dartmouth), 24.29

5.  Emily Cable (Yale), 24.33w (+3.0)

6.  Ashley Collinsworth (Harvard), 24.34

6.  Sara Kikut (Dartmouth), 24.34w (+3.0)

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

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

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

Notes: Dartmouth’s Jennifer Meech won the 2014 Indoor Heps title in this event, while Akpaete is the 2014 Indoor Heps 400m champion.  Akpaete’s time is the 10th fastest in outdoor conference history.  Bong (2nd) and Parker (4th) scored in this event last year.

400m:

1.  Udeme Akpaete (Cornell), 53.71

2.  Zena Kolliesuah (Cornell), 54.52

3.  Ebolutalese Airewele (Cornell), 54.67

4.  Jaycee Parker (Columbia), 54.92

5.  Katie Woodford (Cornell), 54.99

6.  Lydia Ali (Penn), 55.44

7.  Gabrielle Scott (Harvard), 55.5

8.  Emily Cable (Yale), 55.71

9.  Rachel Hlatky (Penn), 56.24

10.  Jennifer Meech (Dartmouth), 56.41

Notes:  Akpaete is the 2014 Indoor Heps 400m champion.  Her conference leading time in the 400m is the 6th fastest in outdoor conference history. Airewele (2nd), Scott (3rd), Akpaete (5th), and Kolliesuah (6th) scored in this event last year while defending champion Cecelia Barowski has not competed for Princeton this year.

800m:

1.  Trina Bills (Columbia), 2:06.74

2.  Megan Krumpoch (Dartmouth), 2:07.22

3.  Erika Veidis (Harvard), 2:07.29

4.  Elyse Wilkinson (Cornell), 2:07.90

5.  Margaret Donovan (Dartmouth), 2:08.94

6.  Chelsea Delaney (Penn), 2:10.05

7.  Arianna Vailas (Dartmouth), 2:10.67

8.  Kim Mackay (Princeton), 2:11.20

9.  Zoe Sims (Princeton), 2:11.94

10.  Kristin Smoot (Princeton), 2:12.00

Notes: Veidis (2nd) and Bills (3rd) scored in this event last year.  Krumpoch won the 2014 Indoor Heps 800m title while Veidis won the 2013 Indoor Heps title.  Krumpoch also is the defending champion in the 400m hurdles.  Bills is ranked 42nd in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

1,500m:

1.  Olivia Sadler (Columbia), 4:22.55

2.  Molly Renfer (Harvard), 4:24.33

3.  Sarah Gillespie (Harvard), 4:24.73

4.  Elizabeth Markowitz (Dartmouth), 4:26.01

5.  Heidi Caldwell (Brown), 4:26.51

6.  Elizabeth Bird (Princeton), 4:27.42

7.  Megan Curham (Princeton), 4:28.74

8.  Claire DeVoe (Cornell), 4:29.19

9.  Ashley Montgomery (Penn), 4:29.62

10.  Kathryn Fluehr (Princeton), 4:30.40

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.  Rachel Sorna (Cornell), 9:09.45

2.  Megan Curham (Princeton), 9:20.74

3.  Morgan Kelly (Harvard), 9:21.42

4.  Heidi Caldwell (Brown), 9:23.31

5.  Cleo Whiting (Penn), 9:29.43

6.  Caroline Kellner (Cornell), 9:32.60

7.  Kathryn Fluehr (Princeton), 9:33.33

8.  Elyssa Gensib (Penn), 9:35.75

9.  Henna Rustami (Columbia), 9:36.89

10.  Aryn Foland (Columbia), 9:45.09

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.  Sorna’s time is the 4th fastest in outdoor conference history.  Sorna (2nd) is the top returning scorer from last year.

5,000m:

1.  Abbey D’Agostino (Dartmouth), 15:30.93 (2011 Champion)

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

3.  Dana Giordano (Dartmouth), 15:53.96

4.  Rachel Sorna (Cornell), 15:54.31

5.  Megan Curham (Princeton), 16:00.71

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

7.  Morgan Kelly (Harvard), 16:11.05

8.  Caroline Williams (Columbia), 16:14.20

9.  Caroline Kellner (Cornell), 16:26.56

10.  Emily Reese (Harvard), 16:29.23

Notes: Neer (2nd), Giordano (4th), Sorna (5th), and Curham (9th) times are within the top 10 of outdoor conference history.  The 2012 Outdoor Heps in the 5,000m was the last time that D’Agostino has lost an event to Ivy League competition, as Caldwell outkicked her for the win.  This was also the last time that D’Agostino has contested this event at Outdoor Heps.  Kellner (4th) and Kelly (5th) also scored in this event last year.  D’Agostino (3rd), Neer (6th), Giordano (14th), Sorna (16th), Curham (22nd), Caldwell (28th), and Kelly (45th) are all ranked in the top 50 of the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

10,000m:

1.  Devin McMahon (Cornell), 34:05.46

2.  Emily Reese (Harvard), 34:11.97

3.  Caroline Kellner (Cornell), 34:21.94

4.  Elizabeth Simpson (Cornell), 34:38.32

5.  Maggi Szpak (Cornell), 34:40.84

6.  Viviana Hanley (Harvard), 34:44.51

7.  Emily Stark (Yale), 34:51.61

8.  Kersie Jhabvala (Penn), 35:12.05

9.  Megan Curham (Princeton), 35:30.75

10.  Kathryn Fluehr (Princeton), 36:02.54

Notes: McMahon (4th) is the top returning Cornell scorer from last year as Cornell earned 21 out of 31 possible points in this event at the 2013 Outdoor Heps.  McMahon (30th), Reese (35th), and Kellner (49th) are ranked in the top 50 of the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

100m Hurdles:

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

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

3.  Gabrielle Piper (Penn), 13.97 (2012 Champion)

4.  Iris Chijioke (Columbia), 14.12

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.  Lauren Ready (Dartmouth), 14.42w (+3.2)

10.  Mackenzie Mathews (Yale), 14.43w (+3.2)

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.

400m Hurdles:

1.  Autumne Franklin (Harvard), 58.53

2.  Jade Miller (Harvard), 58.67

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

4.  Alexandra Stanton (Brown), 59.43

5.  Meghan McMullin (Princeton), 59.52

6.  Jackie Modesett (Harvard), 1:00.57

7.  Kathleen Sprout (Dartmouth), 1:01.37

8.  Emily Woodford (Cornell), 1:01.40

9.  Ryan Woolley (Cornell), 1:01.48

10.  Kim Mackay (Princeton), 1:02.85

Notes: Krumpoch is also the 2014 Indoor Heps 800m champion while Franklin made it to the NCAA finals in this event in 2013.  Franklin (2nd), Stanton (3rd), and Woolley (5th) scored in this event last year.  Franklin (30th) and Miller (34th) are ranked in the top 50 of the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

3,000m Steeplechase:

1.  Rachel Sorna (Cornell), 9:43.48 (2013 Champion)

2.  Sarah Delozier (Dartmouth), 10:16.38

3.  Elizabeth Bird (Princeton), 10:16.47

4.  Kira Garry (Yale), 10:21.01

5.  Claire DeVoe (Cornell), 10:26.14

6.  Corey Dowe (Cornell), 10:33.90

7.  Paige Kouba (Harvard), 10:34.22

8.  Bori Tozser (Cornell), 10:38.97

9.  Sarah Bennett (Dartmouth), 10:41.91

10.  Leila Mantilla (Columbia), 10:42.92

Notes: Sorna’s time is the fastest in conference history, while Delozier (8th) and Bird (9th) are also now among the top 10 in conference history.  DeVoe (4th) and Delozier (5th) scored in this event last year.  Sorna (1st), Delozier (23rd), Bird (24th), and Garry (40th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

4x100m Relay:

1. Cornell, 45.82

2. Harvard, 45.84

3. Penn, 46.50

4. Dartmouth, 46.72

5. Columbia, 46.76

6. Princeton, 47.36

7. Brown, 48.64

8. Yale, 48.82

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

4x400m Relay:

1. Harvard, 3:36.83

2. Cornell, 3:37.04

3. Penn, 3:45.96

4. Dartmouth, 3:47.73

5. Princeton, 3:48.44

6. Columbia, 3:49.12

7. Yale, 4:01.44

8. Brown, 4:16.67

Notes: Harvard’s and Cornell’s times are the 4th and 5th fastest relay times in outdoor conference history.

4x800m Relay:

1. Princeton, 8:45.40

2. Cornell, 8:50.93

3. Penn, 8:57.83

High Jump:

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

2.  Ann Giebelhaus (Harvard), 5′ 7.25″

2.  Allison Morrison (Harvard), 5′ 7.25″

2.  Raegan Nizdil (Harvard), 5′ 7.25″

5.  Noel Jancewicz (Penn), 5′ 7″

5.  Madelyn Magee (Columbia), 5′ 7″

5.  Taylor Morgan (Princeton), 5′ 7″

8.  Inka Busack (Princeton), 5′ 6″

9.  Brenna Barker (Columbia), 5′ 5″

9.  Jennifer Bush (Cornell), 5′ 5″

9. Kerry Krause (Princeton), 5’ 5”

9. Megan Toon (Yale), 5’ 5”

Notes: Giebelhaus (3rd) scored in this event last year.  Whitehorn is the 2013 Indoor Heps champion.

Pole Vault:

1.  Allison Harris (Princeton), 12′ 11.5″

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

3.  Eve Bishop (Cornell), 12′ 5.5″

4.  Gardenia Centanaro (Columbia), 12′ 1.5″

4.  Jennifer Markin (Cornell), 12′ 1.5″

6.  Emily Urciuoli (Yale), 11′ 11.75″

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

8.  Stephanie Brown (Dartmouth), 11′ 7.75″

9.  Linnea Fong (Cornell), 11′ 3.75″

9.  Maya Golliday (Cornell), 11′ 3.75″

9. Kaitlin Mccallum (Dartmouth), 11’ 3.75”

9. Renee Vogel (Yale), 11’ 3.75”

Notes: Anderson is the 2014 Indoor Heps pole vault champion and scored in this event last year (5th).  Harris’ clearance is tied for the 9th highest outdoor vault clearance in conference history.

Long Jump:

1.  Dominique Corley (Cornell), 19′ 3.5″w (+2.4)

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

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

4.  Imani Oliver (Princeton), 18′ 8.5″

5.  Haley Baker (Harvard), 18′ 7″

6.  Madison Hansen (Harvard), 18′ 5.25″w (+3.1)

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

8.  Alisha Jordan (Yale), 18′ 3.75″w (+2.6)

9.  Shannon Daniels (Cornell), 18′ 2.25″w (+3.2)

10.  Lily Miller (Princeton), 18′ 1.75″

Notes: Crimmins (2nd) scored in this event last year.

Triple Jump:

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

2.  Nadia Eke (Columbia), 42′ 1.5″

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

4.  Uzoamaka Okoro (Brown), 39′ 1.75″

5.  Alisha Jordan (Yale), 39′ 1.25″

6.  Adefunke Sonaike (Columbia), 38′ 8.25″

7.  Rachel Van Metre (Brown), 38′ 5″

7.  O’Sha Williams (Brown), 38′ 5″

9.  Jenny Thompson (Penn), 38′ 2.75″

10.  Chelsie Churchill (Brown), 37′ 9.5″

Notes: Oliver’s performance is the 7th farthest leap in outdoor conference history and ranks her 18th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.  Eke is ranked 21st in the NCAA with her season’s best leap.  Eke (2nd), Jordan (4th) and Sonaike (6th) scored in this event last year.

Shot Put:

1.  Victoria Buhr (Brown), 48′ 4.5″

2.  Karleh Wilson (Yale), 47′ 10.5″

3.  Nikki Okwelogu (Harvard), 47′ 5.75″

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

5.  Alysha Johnson (Harvard), 45′ 9″

6.  Jessica Eason (Brown), 43′ 9.75″

7.  Adabelle Ekechukwu (Harvard), 43′ 7.75″

8.  Serena Graf (Penn), 42′ 6.75″

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

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

Notes: Okwelogu is the 2014 Indoor Heps shot put champion and threw past 50 feet during the indoor season.  Berg (3rd) and Buhr (5th) scored in this event last year.

Discus Throw:

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

2.  Nikki Okwelogu (Harvard), 167′ 9″

3.  Kebbeh Darpolor (Brown), 165′ 4″

4.  Karleh Wilson (Yale), 152′ 6″

5.  Nailah Hill (Penn), 150′ 4″

6.  Melissa Dunham (Dartmouth), 150′ 2″

7.  Camryn Goodman (Cornell), 149′ 10″

8.  Corinne Kominkiewicz (Dartmouth), 142′ 6″

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

10.  Joanna Koronios (Columbia), 140′ 7″

Notes: Buhr’s (4th), Okwelogu’s (6th), and Darpolor’s (8th) throws are among the top 10 in conference history.  Darpolor (4th), Wilson (5th), and Berg (6th) scored in this event last year.  Buhr is ranked 43rd in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

Hammer Throw:

1.  Julia Ratcliffe (Princeton), 230′ 7″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Adabelle Ekechukwu (Harvard), 187′ 6″

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

4.  Joanna Koronios (Columbia), 174′ 3″

5.  Serena Graf (Penn), 170′ 7″

6.  Karleh Wilson (Yale), 164′ 11″

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

8.  Chelsea Cioffi (Princeton), 159′ 6″

9.  Victoria Buhr (Brown), 158′ 1″

10.  Taylor Eldridge (Yale), 158′ 0″

Notes: Ratcliffe’s throw is not only a new conference record, but also the top throw in the NCAA.  Ekechukwu (3rd), Liebowitz (4th), Koronios (5th), and Vermillion (6th) also 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.  Hannah Mayer (Harvard), 143′ 2″ (2011 Champion)

5.  Felicia Reid (Cornell), 142′ 8″

6.  Lisa Sesink-Clee (Penn), 142′ 0″

7.  Serena Graf (Penn), 141′ 6″

8.  Niina Al-Hassan (Brown), 137′ 6″ (2012 Champion)

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

10.  Ashley Vandolah (Princeton), 134′ 1″

Notes: Hays’ throw is the 3rd farthest in conference history and ranks her 32nd in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.  Hay (2nd), Jones (3rd), and Reid (5th) scored in this event last year.

Heptathlon:

1.  Madison Hansen (Harvard), 5152

2.  Noel Jancewicz (Penn), 5035

3.  Elizabeth McKenna (Princeton), 4820

4.  Kerry Krause (Princeton), 4795

5.  Taylor Morgan (Princeton), 4513

6.  Allison Morrison (Harvard), 4421

7.  Ariel Fieldman (Penn), 3650

8.  Samantha Olyha (Cornell), 3611

Notes: Hansen (3rd) and McKenna (4th) scored in this event last year.  Hansen’s performance ranks her 49th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

 Men’s Performance Listings, as of 5/4/14

100m:

1.  John Hill (Princeton), 10.67w (+2.1)

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

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

4.  John Abraham (Dartmouth), 10.80w (+4.1)

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

6.  Brandon Senior (Penn), 10.89

7.  Marc-Andre Alexandre (Yale), 10.90w (+4.1)

7.  Justin McCollin (Cornell), 10.90

9.  Tommaso Greenbaum (Princeton), 10.93

10.  Ajani Brown (Brown), 10.95

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

200m:

1.  Bruno Hortelano-Roig (Cornell), 20.91 (2011 & 2013 Champion)

2.  Tom Hopkins (Princeton), 21.13

3.  Daniel McCord (Princeton), 21.72

4.  Larry Gibson (Cornell), 21.76

5.  Damani Wilson (Harvard), 21.87

6.  Noah Lartigue (Columbia), 21.92w (+3.3)

7.  Ryan Kelly (Brown), 21.97

8.  Mike Rabbitt (Cornell), 21.99

9.  Ajani Brown (Brown), 22.01

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

Time: Hortelano-Roig’s time is tied for 7th fastest in outdoor history.  Hopkins (4th) also 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.  Kevin Boyd (Columbia), 47.93

5.  Ryan Kelly (Brown), 48.49

6.  Tobenna Attah (Cornell), 48.51

7.  Larry Gibson (Cornell), 48.61

8.  Ajani Brown (Brown), 48.71

9.  Jared Kadich (Harvard), 48.72

10.  Yelnats Calvin (Columbia), 48.76

Notes: Hortelano-Roig is a two-time Indoor Heps 400m Champion.  Hopkins (2nd), Gibson (4th), and Brown (6th) scored in this event last year.  Hopkins is ranked 39th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

800m:

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

2.  John Gregorek (Columbia), 1:48.70

3.  Brendon Fish (Columbia), 1:48.79

4.  Will Weinlandt (Cornell), 1:49.23

5.  Drew Magaha (Penn), 1:49.96

6.  Connor Claflin (Columbia), 1:50.19

7.  Mato Bekelja (Penn), 1:50.31

8.  Bradley Paternostro (Princeton), 1:50.40

9.  Henry Tufnell (Brown), 1:50.65

10.  Rob Napolitano (Columbia), 1:50.86

Notes: Weinlandt is a two-time Indoor Heps 800m champion.  McFann’s conference leading time is just outside the top 10 all-time list.  Claflin (2nd), McFann (3rd), Fish (5th), and Weinlandt (6th) scored in this event last year.  McFann (12th), Gregorek (20th), Fish (33rd), and Weinlandt (44th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

1,500m:

1.  Thomas Awad (Penn), 3:42.89

2.  John Gregorek (Columbia), 3:43.05

3.  William Paulson (Princeton), 3:44.15

4.  Daniel Everett (Columbia), 3:44.78

5.  Harry McFann (Columbia), 3:45.28

6.  Brendon Fish (Columbia), 3:45.29

7.  James Shirvell (Yale), 3:45.48

8. Tim Cousins (Columbia), 3:45.49

9.  Michael Williams (Princeton), 3:45.55

10.  Adam Cotton (Harvard), 3:45.88

Notes: Mangan (2nd), Talbot (5th), and Shirvell (6th) scored in this event last year.  According to TFRRS, Awad’s 3:58.34 mile time from the Penn Relays converts to a 3:40.68 1500m time, which would lead the conference an rank him 3rd in the NCAA.  However, his 1500m en route time in that mile race was 3:43.42.  Shirvell’s top 1500m time this season is from the same Penn Relays mile race, with his 1500m en route time of 3:44.31.  Gregorek (24th) and Paulson (38th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA (when you remove any converted or en route times).  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.  James Leakos (Harvard), 13:44.57

2.  Thomas Awad (Penn), 13:48.90

3.  Tyler Udland (Princeton), 13:58.52

4.  Alejandro Arroyo Yamin (Princeton), 13:59.21

5.  Kevin Dooney (Yale), 13:59.38

6.  Tom Purnell (Harvard), 13:59.42

7.  Chris Bendtsen (Princeton), 14:01.28

8.  John Bleday (Dartmouth), 14:04.71

9.  Curtis King (Dartmouth), 14:08.47

10.  Daniel Everett (Columbia), 14:09.71

Notes: Leakos is the 2014 Indoor Heps champion and his outdoor 5,000m time is the 10th fastest in outdoor conference history.  Everett (2nd), Bendtsen (3rd), Awad (4th), and Pons (5th) scored in this event last year.  Leakos (8th), Awad (15th), Udland  (39th), Arroyo Yamin (45th), Dooney (47th), and Purnell (48th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

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.  Jack Boyle (Columbia), 29:35.83

6.  Jake Sienko (Columbia), 29:38.94

7.  James Leakos (Harvard), 29:45.83

8.  Will Geiken (Harvard), 29:47.91

9.  Curtis King (Dartmouth), 29:48.32

10.  Brendan Shearn (Penn), 29:49.04

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 (27th), and Arroyo Yamin (41st) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

110m Hurdles:

1.  Jarvis Harris (Harvard), 13.80w (+2.4) (2013 Champion)

2.  Max Hairston (Cornell), 13.96w (+3.1)

3.  Ben Bowers (Penn), 14.42

3.  Greg Caldwell (Princeton), 14.42

3.  Wynndham Curtis (Cornell), 14.42w (+2.8)

6.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 14.90

7.  Mike Rabbitt (Cornell), 14.91

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

9.  Nico Robinson (Dartmouth), 14.95

10.  Kyle Webster (Penn), 14.96

Notes: Hairston (2nd) and Caldwell (3rd) scored in this event last year.  Hairston is a two-time Indoor Heps 60m hurdle champion.  Harris’ (17th) and Hairston’s (34th) times are ranked in the top 50 of the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

400m Hurdles:

1.  Edward Wagner (Dartmouth), 52.07

2.  Max Hairston (Cornell), 52.62

2.  Jarvis Harris (Harvard), 52.62

4.  Jordan Sherwood (Cornell), 53.08

5.  Tom Timmins (Penn), 53.17

6.  Corey Hammond (Columbia), 53.31

7.  William Rowe (Yale), 53.55

8.  Justin Love (Cornell), 53.66

9.  Greg Leeper (Princeton), 53.84

10.  Andre Anderson (Cornell), 54.04

Notes: Wagner (2nd), Timmins (3rd), Anderson (4th), Myers (5th), and Hairston (6th) scored in this event last year.

3,000m Steeplechase:

1.  Brendan Smith (Penn), 8:53.42

2.  Henry Sterling (Dartmouth), 8:56.19

3.  Eddie Owens (Princeton), 8:56.54

4.  Nick Tuck (Penn), 9:00.53

5.  Joe Kotran (Columbia), 9:03.38

6.  Jordan Mann (Brown), 9:03.41

7.  George Galasso (Princeton), 9:08.20

8.  Duncan Tomlin (Yale), 9:09.37

9.  Anthony Anzvino (Dartmouth), 9:09.84

10.  David Melly (Cornell), 9:12.80

Notes: Herr (2nd), Kotran (3rd), and Sterling (4th) scored in this event last year. Defending champion, John Gregorek of Columbia, has yet to compete in the steeplechase this season.  Smith (26th), Sterling (39th), and Owens (41st) are ranked in the top 50 NCAA list for 5/4/14.

4x100m Relay:

1. Cornell, 40.15

2. Princeton, 41.23

3. Penn, 41.27

4. Harvard, 41.45

5. Brown, 41.72

6. Dartmouth, 42.17

7. Yale, 42.85

Notes: Cornell’s time ranks them 4th in conference history.

4x400m Relay:

1. Cornell, 3:07.98

2. Princeton, 3:12.75

3. Brown, 3:13.77

4. Harvard, 3:14.42

5. Columbia, 3:15.18

6. Penn, 3:16.74

7. Dartmouth, 3:19.61

8. Yale, 3:19.65

Notes: Cornell’s time ranks them 5th in conference history.

4x800m Relay:

1. Columbia, 7:25.90

2. Brown, 7:27.90

3. Penn, 7:30.14

4. Princeton, 7:36.48

5. Cornell, 7:41.73

6. Harvard, 7:41.98

High Jump:

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

1.  Maalik Reynolds (Penn), 7′ 2.25″ (2011 & 2012 Champion)

3.  Tommy Butler (Cornell), 6′ 10.75″

3.  Thomas Pitt (Penn), 6′ 10.75″

5.  Omar Jarrett (Princeton), 6′ 10.25″

6.  Nathan Harriger (Penn), 6′ 8.25″

6.  Jake Scinto (Princeton), 6′ 8.25″

8.  Peter Rhodes (Brown), 6′ 7.5″

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

9.  Alex Frye (Dartmouth), 6′ 6.75″

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 and Blair are ranked 14th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

Pole Vault:

1.  Grant Sisserson (Cornell), 17′ 1″

2.  Adam Bragg (Princeton), 16′ 10.75″

3.  Keith Rayburn (Cornell), 16′ 2.75″

4.  Andrew Roney (Harvard), 16′ 0.75″

5.  Josh Cyphers (Dartmouth), 15′ 11″

5.  Steven Pawlak (Cornell), 15′ 11″

7.  Ben Gaylord (Princeton), 15′ 9″

7.  David Kim (Cornell), 15′ 9″

7.  Brendan Sullivan (Yale), 15′ 9″

10.  David Coneway (Princeton), 14′ 9″

Notes: Pawlak (2nd) and Rayburn (6th) scored in this event last year.  Sisserson’s clearance is just outside the top 10 all-time list for the outdoor vault and currently ranks him 46th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

Long Jump:

1.  Elliot Safo (Harvard), 24′ 6.25″

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

3.  Jake Scinto (Princeton), 23′ 5.5″

3.  Stephen Soerens (Princeton), 23′ 5.5″

5.  Montez Blair (Cornell), 23′ 4.75″

6.  Steven Bell (Cornell), 23′ 2″

7.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 23′ 0.5″

8.  Thomas Pitt (Penn), 23′ 0″

9.  John Enkler (Cornell), 22′ 7.25″w (+2.4)

10. Nkosi Jones (Brown), 22′ 6.5″

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.  Nana Owusu-Nyantekyi (Princeton), 50′ 2.75″

3.  Robert Plummer (Cornell), 49′ 6.5″

4.  Efe Uwaifo (Harvard), 49′ 3.75″w (+2.6)

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

6.  Dan Scott (Cornell), 48′ 10″

7.  Taylor Alarcon (Brown), 48′ 1.75″w (+2.7)

8.  Chancelor Griffin (Columbia), 48′ 0.75″

9.  John Enkler (Cornell), 47′ 9″w (+2.4)

10.  Corey Muggler (Dartmouth), 47′ 0.75″

Notes: McLean’s jump is ranked 6th in conference history and 4th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.  Owusu-Nyantekyi  (44th) is also ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA.  Mason Rodriguez (2nd), Owusu-Nyantekyi (4th), 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.  Igor Liokumovich (Harvard), 58′ 3.25″

4.  Ben Glauser (Harvard), 58′ 1.25″

5.  Scott Rushton (Princeton), 57′ 10.5″

6.  Chris Cook (Princeton), 56′ 10.25″

7.  Jacob Brenza (Penn), 56′ 8.5″

8.  Courtland Clavette (Brown), 55′ 6.25″

9.  Marcus LaRoche (Penn), 54′ 2″

10.  Jared Bell (Princeton), 53′ 3″

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 is ranked 11th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.  Brode (2nd), Glauser (3rd), Liokumovich (4th), Brenza (5th), and Rushton (6th) scored in this event last year.

Discus Throw:

1.  Sam Mattis (Penn), 203′ 0″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Stephen Mozia (Cornell), 195′ 5″

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

4.  Igor Liokumovich (Harvard), 178′ 10″

5.  Noah Kennedy-White (Penn), 170′ 10″

6.  Dustin Brode (Harvard), 168′ 11″

7.  Chris Cook (Princeton), 167′ 5″

8.  Jared Bell (Princeton), 165′ 3″

9.  Phuong Truong (Brown), 161′ 6″

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

Notes: Mattis’ throw is the 2nd farthest throw in conference history, while Clavette’s throw is tied for the 9th best in conference history.  Clavette (3rd) and Mozia (4th) also scored in this event last year.  Mattis (8th), Mozia (15th), and Clavette (29th) are ranked in the top 50 in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.

Hammer Throw:

1.  Duncan Dickerson (Columbia), 204′ 0″ (2013 Champion)

2.  Ben Glauser (Harvard), 200′ 11″

3.  Thomas Servino (Dartmouth), 188′ 8″

4.  Stephen Mozia (Cornell), 187′ 3″

5.  Josh Whitener (Harvard), 187′ 1″

6.  Bryan Rhodes (Cornell), 186′ 3″

7.  Jake Taylor (Princeton), 182′ 3″

8.  Matthew O’Hara (Brown), 180′ 10″

9.  Dustin Brode (Harvard), 178′ 11″

10.  Jacob Brenza (Penn), 174′ 4″

Notes: Dickerson is ranked 44th in the NCAA as of 5/4/14.  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.  Jim Tully (Penn), 209′ 11″

4.  Brad Pelisek (Princeton), 206′ 8″

5.  Jacob Shippee (Dartmouth), 204′ 10″

6.  Karl Ingram (Penn), 201′ 3″

7.  Jim Budzinski (Dartmouth), 199′ 9″

8.  Mark Buda (Brown), 195′ 4″

9.  Richard Bradley (Harvard), 191′ 5″

10. Vincent Harnett (Cornell), 184′ 9″

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

Decathlon:

1.  Evan Weinstock (Brown), 7089 (2013 Champion)

2.  Stephen Soerens (Princeton), 7013

3.  Peter Rhodes (Brown), 6776

4.  Mike Rabbitt (Cornell), 6627

5.  Austin Jamerson (Cornell), 6557

6.  David Karabinos (Cornell), 6501

7.  Bryan Oslin (Princeton), 6164

8.  Logan Kreglow (Cornell), 5904

9.  Thomas Pitt (Penn), 5484

Notes: Soerens (2nd), Rabbitt (4th), and Rhodes (5th) scored in this event last year.  Weinstock (27th) and Soerens (35th) are ranked in the top 50 of the NCAA as of 5/4/14. Pitts’ score was not from a complete decathlon – he had dropped out of the competition before the start of the final event.

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