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Women’s DMR:

At the end of the 1200m leg, Yale and Princeton exchanged the baton neck-and-neck.  But by the end of the 400m leg, Yale had 10m lead on the group and only extended it in the 800m leg.  Dartmouth and Columbia battled it out for 2nd place but could not really close in on Yale in the final 1600m, even though two-time Heps champion this weekend Dana Giordano was anchoring the Dartmouth squad.  Yale held on to win by over 2 seconds in 11:35.47, with a winning lineup of Emily Waligurski, Emily Cable, Shannon McDonnell, and Kira Garry.

1 Yale 11:35.47@ 10
1) Waligurski, Emily JR 2) Cable, Emily SR
3) McDonnell, Shannon JR 4) Garry, Kira SR
2 Dartmouth 11:37.83@ 8
1) Markowitz, Elizabeth JR 2) Kikut, Anna JR
3) O’Neill, Bridget FR 4) Giordano, Dana JR
3 Columbia 11:38.36@ 6
1) Foland, Aryn SR 2) Petersen, Sydney FR
3) Johnson, Erica SO 4) Sadler, Olivia JR
4 Penn 11:43.97@ 4
1) Montgomery, Ashley SO 2) Hennig, Taylor JR
3) Wurth, Ella SO 4) Whiting, Cleo SO
5 Princeton 11:46.13@ 2
1) Hanss, Kaitlin SO 2) Broyles, Emily SR
3) Chacko, Rachael SO 4) de La Bruyere, Emily JR
6 Brown 11:52.72@ 1
1) Peabody, Clare FR 2) Suchland, Emmaline JR
3) Worthy, Taylor SO 4) Schudrowitz, Natalie FR

Men’s Triple Jump:

Harvard sophomore Efe Uwaifo claimed his first Heps title in the triple jump with a mark that is the 5th best in meet history – 52-01 1/4.

1 Uwaifo, Efe SO Harvard 15.88m* 52-01.25 10
2 Owusu-Nyantekyi, Nana SR Princeton 15.67m* 51-05.00 8
3 Alarcon, Taylor SO Brown 15.14m@ 49-08.25 6
4 Russell, Lane FR Princeton 15.08m@ 49-05.75 4
5 Jett, Jordan SR Penn 14.51m@ 47-07.25 2
6 Enkler, John SO Cornell 14.47m@ 47-05.75 1

Men’s DMR:

Penn had the lead for the first 2 legs, but by the end of the 800m leg, Princeton was ahead by 10 meters.  Too small of a gap for Penn’s anchor, Thomas Awad, as he sprinted to the lead in the first 100m and only extended it.  By the bell lap, it had grown to about 40 meters.  Yale’s anchor, James Randon, tried to chase Awad down on the final lap but the gap was just too large as Penn won by about 2 seconds in 9:55.56 to 9:57.03.  Penn’s winning lineup was Clark Shurtleff, Tom Timmins, Jack Huemmler, and Awad.

1 Penn 9:55.56@ 10
1) Shurtleff, Clark JR 2) Timmins, Tom SR
3) Huemmler, Jack SO 4) Awad, Thomas JR
2 Yale 9:57.03@ 8
1) McGowan, John SR 2) Peebles, Torren SO
3) Chisholm, Matt FR 4) Randon, James SO
3 Columbia 9:58.32@ 6
1) Ritz, Ben SO 2) Sowah, Johanan SO
3) Thomas, Ryan FR 4) Nestor, Daniel SR
4 Cornell 9:59.39@ 4
1) Gowans, James SO 2) Herr, Connor JR
3) Roemer, Sebastian SR 4) Rainero, Ben JR
5 Princeton 10:00.25@ 2
1) Berger, Sam JR 2) Ingalls, Joshua FR
3) O’Toole, Garrett FR 4) Bertrand, William SO
6 Dartmouth 10:02.64@ 1
1) Heninger, Julian SO 2) Reilly, Thomas FR
3) Creasman, Nicolas FR 4) Chapin, Joey JR

Men’s High Jump

Penn also got some good points in the men’s high jump, as they got 1st and 3rd.  Freshman Mike Monroe won the title with a clearance of 7-00 1/4.

1 Monroe, Michael FR Penn 2.14m* 7-00.25 10
2 Frye, Alex SO Dartmouth 2.09m@ 6-10.25 8
3 Pitt, Thomas JR Penn 2.09m@ 6-10.25 6
4 Lazarou, Myles FR Cornell 2.09m@ 6-10.25 4
5 Afadapa, Stephen JR Cornell 2.06m@ 6-09.00 2
6 Couitt, Adam FR Dartmouth 2.03m 6-08.00 0.50
6 Birck, Jeremy SR Dartmouth 2.03m 6-08.00 0.50

Women’s Two-Mile Relay:

Harvard needed to score high in this event in order to stay in the team title hunt.  Their team went out quickly at the gun, building a 2 second lead at the first exchange, growing it to about 4 seconds at the 2nd, and 5 seconds by the final exchange.  Gabrielle Scott maintained that lead throughout her final leg, powering Harvard to a much-needed win in 8:54.18.  The win in the two-mile relay essentially secured the team title for the Crimson as Princeton faded to 5th place and Columbia did not score.

1 Harvard 8:54.18@ 10
1) Kouba, Paige SO 2) Renfer, Molly SR
3) Veidis, Erika SR 4) Scott, Gabrielle SR
2 Cornell 8:59.65@ 8
1) Hugard, Shannon FR 2) Niedrach, Kristen JR
3) Triller, Leah FR 4) Wilkinson, Elyse SR
3 Penn 8:59.92@ 6
1) Alm, Gina FR 2) Cuccia, Gabby SO
3) Taylor, Candace FR 4) Celata, Carey SO
4 Yale 9:02.99@ 4
1) Raphael, Kate FR 2) Klein, Dana FR
3) Schmiede, Frances JR 4) Brittan, Grace SR
5 Princeton 9:03.95@ 2
1) Sims, Zoe SO 2) Forte, Ashley FR
3) Mackay, Kim SR 4) Barowski, Cecilia JR
6 Brown 9:07.34@ 1
1) Van Kleunen, Lucy SO 2) Stanton, Alexandra SR
3) Noordam, Jeanine FR 4) Davenport, Lydia SO

Men’s Two-Mile Relay:

The Harvard men took the early lead in this relay, having a slim lead over mid-distance powerhouse Columbia.  But by the end of the 2nd exchange, Columbia was up by about 2.5 seconds and only kept on going, building it up to 4.5 second by the final exchange.  With 800m Heps champ Connor Claflin on anchor, Columbia got a comfortable win in 7:31.76.  Brown battled it out with Princeton for 2nd place (7:36.19 to 7:36.39) while Penn nipped Harvard at the line for 4th (7:40.02 to 7:40.07).

1 Columbia 7:31.76@ 10
1) Haik, Spencer FR 2) Napolitano, Rob SO
3) Fish, Brendon SR 4) Claflin, Connor SR
2 Brown 7:36.19@ 8
1) Martinez, Martin SO 2) Willig, Ned JR
3) Ostrowski, Ben SO 4) Tufnell, Henry SR
3 Princeton 7:36.39@ 6
1) Schulz, Eric FR 2) Paternostro, Bradley SR
3) Brahm, Luke JR 4) Kauppila, Noah FR
4 Penn 7:40.02@ 4
1) Webb, Kirk JR 2) Wiseman, Jeff FR
3) Naff, Keaton JR 4) Magaha, Drew JR
5 Harvard 7:40.07@ 2
1) Maritim, Nephat SR 2) Reck, Connor SR
3) Looney, Billy SR 4) Aranda, Jonas FR
6 Dartmouth 7:46.47@ 1
1) Carey, Joe SR 2) Clark, Connor SO
3) Shafer, Will FR 4) Callan, Will SR

Women’s Mile Relay:

Columbia won heat 1 by a healthy margin over Penn and Yale – 3:49.32 to 3:59.65 to 4:01.35.  But the second heat ended up determining the top 4 spots as Cornell’s Udeme Akpaete put away the competition on her anchor leg, helping Cornell to win in 3:42.03.

1 Cornell 3:42.03Y 2 10
1) Radoslav, Taysia FR 2) Kolliesuah, Zena SR
3) Woodford, Katie SR 4) Akpaete, Udeme JR
2 Dartmouth 3:43.18Y 2 8
1) Evans, Marissa FR 2) Hendershot, Erica SR
3) Kikut, Sara JR 4) Meech, Jennifer JR
3 Harvard 3:43.90Y 2 6
1) Hansen, Madison JR 2) Collinsworth, Ashley SR
3) Modesett, Jackie SO 4) Franklin, Autumne JR
4 Princeton 3:48.25@ 2 4
1) Blocker, Jasmine SR 2) Steele, Elisa SO
3) Parker, Quinn FR 4) McMullin, Meghan JR
5 Columbia 3:49.32@ 1 2
1) McCormack, Mariella JR 2) Obeng-Akrofi, Akua FR
3) Cunningham, Ashley JR 4) Parker, Jaycee JR
6 Penn 3:59.65 1 1
1) Hlatky, Rachel JR 2) Dabrowski, Pauline SR
3) Ali, Lydia SR 4) McCorkle, Taylor FR

Final women scores:

1. Harvard – 125
2. Columbia – 107
3. Princeton – 105
4. Dartmouth – 85
5. Cornell – 75
6. Yale – 50
7. Penn – 38
8 Brown – 35

Men’s Mile Relay:

Princeton and Harvard battled it to the line in heat 1, with the Tigers holding off the Crimson 3:17.80 to 3:18.36.  In heat 2, Brown powered away to the win on the anchor leg, even though the earlier legs of Dartmouth and Cornell put up some good fights.  Brown won in 3:15.85, while Dartmouth grabbed second overall in 3:17.46.

1 Brown 3:15.85* 2 10
1) Emrich, Zachery FR 2) Bermel, Christian JR
3) Oyewole, Oluwatosin FR 4) Kelly, Ryan JR
2 Dartmouth 3:17.46* 2 8
1) Colello, Ben FR 2) Plante, Zachary FR
3) Cariati, Amos FR 4) Gomez, Phil SO
3 Princeton 3:17.80@ 1 6
1) Akosa, Carrington FR 2) Leeper, Greg SO
3) Freeman, Joshua FR 4) Mennin, Ray SO
4 Harvard 3:18.36@ 1 4
1) Harris, Jarvis SR 2) Bolze, Andrew FR
3) Hurst, Matthew FR 4) Moore, Alexander FR
5 Cornell 3:19.30@ 2 2
1) Attah, Tobenna SO 2) Curtis, Wynndham SO
3) Hynes, Ryan JR 4) Cooper, Stanford FR
6 Yale 3:19.72@ 1 1
1) Rowe, William SR 2) Crusan, Chandler SO
3) Puleo, Austin JR 4) Alexandre, Marc-Andre SO

Final men scores:

1. Princeton – 161
2. Cornell – 98
3. Brown – 78
4. Penn – 75
5. Harvard – 64.5
6. Dartmouth – 59
7. Columbia – 56
8. Yale – 21.5

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