Women’s Status Going Into Philly

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The clock moves ever so slowly… it makes me wish it was the end of the work week already so I can get my travel bag together for the 2015 Outdoor Heps Championships.  Hopefully, our website updates will help you pass some of the time as our crew has worked hard in getting all of this information ready for print.

We continue our performance listing publication now with the women. Here, we show the rankings as listed on the Track and Field Results Reporting System database, as well as any wind-readings if any were recorded.  Like we did at Halfway-Heps in early April, we scored the top 10 lists as if they were the Heps finals (10-8-6-4-2-1).  We did not break any ties.  We did not remove any names if they were going to do interesting doubles or triples.  We will show the team scoring based on this top 10 and compare them to what we saw at Halfway Heps.

Want to speculate?  There’s a special thread on Letsrun.com that focuses on Ivy League track and field/cross country where it is free to post.  There’s usually some very informed analysis on the events and championship in this thread, so I highly recommend you at least read it.  Some possible discussion: will Princeton’s Cecilia Barowski do the 400-800 double? Will Dartmouth’s Dana Giordano and Princeton’s Megan Curham go against each other in the 5,000m on Sunday?  Can the championship records in the shot put and discus throw fall this weekend?

Team Rankings as of 5/2/15 (Halfway Heps ranking and points differential)

1 – Harvard, 141 (2nd/+16 points)
t-2 –  Cornell, 98 (1st/-31 points)
t-2 –  Princeton, 98 (3rd/+16 points)
4 – Columbia, 92.5 (7th/+44.5 points)
5 – Dartmouth, 63 (5th/+7.5 points)
6 – Brown, 52 (4th/-20 points)
7 – Penn, 40 (6th/-12.5 points)
8 – Yale, 35.5 (8th/+4.5 points)

Women’s Performance Listing – as of 5/2/15

100m
1. Barbian, Danielle (Harvard), 11.46 (+3.7)
2. Collinsworth, Ashley (Harvard), 11.58 (+4.5)
3. Cunningham, Ashley (Columbia), 11.67 (+3.6)
4. Obeng-Akrofi, Akua (Columbia), 11.78 (+3.6)
5. Whitehorn, Kaitlin (Dartmouth), 11.83 (+5.1)
6. McCorkle, Taylor (Penn), 11.86 (-1.3)
7. Cureton, Sydney (Yale), 11.88 (+4.5)
8. Jones, Adrian (Cornell), 11.89 (+0.9)
9. Suchland, Emmaline (Brown), 11.96 (-0.8)
10. Holt, Audrea (Brown), 11.98 (+2.6)
Notes: Barbian’s time is the fastest wind-aided time in conference history.  Barbian won the 2014 & 2015 Indoor 60m titles.  Whitehorn is the defending champion.

200m
1. Cunningham, Ashley (Columbia), 24.10 (+0.1)
2. Barbian, Danielle (Harvard), 24.15 (+4.6)
3. Obeng-Akrofi, Akua (Columbia), 24.17 (+3.6)
4. Akpaete, Udeme (Cornell), 24.18 (+0.0)
5. Cable, Emily (Yale), 24.23 (+3.7)
6. Holt, Audrea (Brown), 24.27 (+3.7)
7. Meech, Jennifer (Dartmouth), 24.28 (+3.6)
8. Kolliesuah, Zena (Cornell), 24.32 (+0.0)
9. Collinsworth, Ashley (Harvard), 24.37 (+2.6)
10. McCorkle, Taylor (Penn), 24.38 (-0.4)
Notes:  Akpaete finished 3rd in this event last year.  Barbian won the 2015 Indoor 200m title.

400m
1. Akpaete, Udeme (Cornell), 53.45
2. Barowski, Cecilia (Princeton), 54.02
3. Kolliesuah, Zena (Cornell), 54.42
4. Taylor, Candace (Penn), 54.52
5. Cable, Emily (Yale), 54.76
6. Woodford, Katie (Cornell), 54.78
7. Blocker, Jasmine (Princeton), 54.79
8. Meech, Jennifer (Dartmouth), 55.43
9. Parker, Jaycee (Columbia), 55.66
10. Hennig, Taylor (Penn), 55.69
Notes: Kolliesuah is the defending champion.  Akpaete won the 2015 Indoor 400m title and finished in 2nd place last year, while Barowski won this event back in 2013.  Cable (5th) and Meech (6th) also scored in this final last year.

800m
1. Barowski, Cecilia (Princeton), 2:07.23
2. McDonnell, Shannon (Yale), 2:07.67
3. Wade, Brittney (Columbia), 2:08.10
4. Wilkinson, Elyse (Cornell), 2:08.97
5. Mackay, Kim (Princeton), 2:09.71
6. Hugard, Shannon (Cornell), 2:09.81
7. Montgomery, Ashley (Penn), 2:10.46
8. Noordam, Jeanine (Brown), 2:10.58
9. Taylor, Candace (Penn), 2:10.61
10. Hardie, Sarah (Columbia), 2:10.65
Notes: Barowski won the 2015 Indoor 800m title.  Wilkinson (3rd) and Mackay (5th) scored in this final last year.  Defending champion, Erika Veidis of Harvard, has yet to compete this outdoor season.

1,500m
1. Sadler, Olivia (Columbia), 4:18.36
2. Renfer, Molly (Harvard), 4:19.79
3. Gillespie, Sarah (Harvard), 4:21.04
4. Cuccia, Gabby (Penn), 4:24.63
5. Markowitz, Elizabeth (Dartmouth), 4:25.38
6. Waligurski, Emily (Yale), 4:25.47
7. Kouba, Paige (Harvard), 4:25.66
8. Foland, Aryn (Columbia), 4:25.76
9. Bird, Elizabeth (Princeton), 4:25.82
10. Whiting, Cleo (Penn), 4:26.89
Notes: Sadler’s time ranks her 8th in the all-time record book. Renfer’s time was converted from a mile race (4:40.58).  Renfer (2nd), Sadler (3rd), Gillespie (4th), and Markowitz (5th) scored in this event last year.  Defending champion, Dana Giordano of Dartmouth, has yet to contest this event this season.

5,000m
1. Curham, Megan (Princeton), 15:54.03
2. Giordano, Dana (Dartmouth), 15:54.05
3. Watson, Reid (Dartmouth), 16:17.01
4. Fluehr, Kathryn (Princeton), 16:23.06
5. Foland, Aryn (Columbia), 16:23.88
6. Renfer, Molly (Harvard), 16:25.83
7. Whiting, Cleo (Penn), 16:26.42
8. Thornburg, Whitney (Harvard), 16:27.18
9. de La Bruyere, Emily (Princeton), 16:33.20
10. Gensib, Elyssa (Penn), 16:36.74
Notes: Curham’s time ranks her 5th in the conference record book.  She finished 3rd in this event last year and won the 2015 Indoor 5,000m title.

10,000m
1. Kellner, Caroline (Cornell), 33:32.07
2. Curham, Megan (Princeton), 34:07.08
3. Fluehr, Kathryn (Princeton), 34:30.74
4. Pham, Claudia (Dartmouth), 34:40.55
5. Eysenbach, Lindsay (Princeton), 35:15.50
6. Moffett, Leigh (Dartmouth), 36:29.84
7. Jensen, Kennedy (Dartmouth), 36:40.84
8. Payne, Emma (Harvard), 36:58.49
9. Demaree, Anna (Yale), 37:12.25
10. McCormick, Meghan (Cornell), 37:19.22
Notes: Kellner’s time is just outside the top-10 all-time rankings.  Curham finished 2nd in this event last year and went to NCAAs in this event.  Kellner also finished 4th in this event last year.

100H
1. Modesett, Jackie (Harvard), 13.67 (+4.5)
2. Hansen, Madison (Harvard), 14.04 (+2.2)
3. Chijioke, Iris (Columbia), 14.15 (+3.7)
4. Mathews, Mackenzie (Yale), 14.27 (+4.5)
5. Ready, Lauren (Dartmouth), 14.29 (+3.8)
6. Van Metre, Rachel (Brown), 14.35 (+0.6)
7. Robinson, Jasmine (Cornell), 14.38 (+2.7)
7. Franklin, Autumne (Harvard), 14.38 (-0.3)
7. Harris, Allison (Princeton), 14.38 (+0.4)
10. Feeney, Abby (Dartmouth), 14.45 (+3.8)
Notes: Franklin is the two-time defending champion.  Modesett has run a wind-legal 13.76 earlier this season.  Hansen’s time came from a heptathlon.

400H
1. Miller, Jade (Harvard), 57.67
2. Franklin, Autumne (Harvard), 57.69
3. Radoslav, Taysia (Cornell), 58.75
4. Stanton, Alexandra (Brown), 59.71
5. Modesett, Jackie (Harvard), 59.87
6. Woodford, Emily (Cornell), 1:00.92
7. Evans, Marissa (Dartmouth), 1:01.40
8. Hendershot, Erica (Dartmouth), 1:01.64
9. Sprout, Kathleen (Dartmouth), 1:01.88
10. McMullin, Meghan (Princeton), 1:02.69
Notes: Miller is the defending champion.  Stanton finished 3rd in this event last year.

3,000 Steeplechase
1. Bird, Elizabeth (Princeton), 9:58.33
2. Garry, Kira (Yale), 10:11.59
3. Schudrowitz, Natalie (Brown), 10:18.18
4. Van Kleunen, Lucy (Brown), 10:24.11
5. de La Bruyere, Emily (Princeton), 10:24.50
6. Kouba, Paige (Harvard), 10:26.93
7. DeVoe, Claire (Cornell), 10:29.08
8. Mantilla, Leila (Columbia), 10:31.88
9. Delozier, Sarah (Dartmouth), 10:32.93
10. Melly, Erin (Columbia), 10:33.98
Notes: Bird’s time is the 4th fastest in conference history.  Garry is ranked #8 all-time, while Schudrowitz is just outside the all-time top 10.

4 x 100 Relay
1. Cornell, 45.57
2. Harvard, 45.85
3. Dartmouth, 46.33
4. Columbia, 46.51
5. Penn, 46.74
6. Brown, 47.12
Notes: Cornell’s and Harvard’s times are among the fastest in conference history (sub-46) but three of the 4 members in each of their relays are already in the record book with faster times from 2014.

4 x 400 Relay
1. Cornell, 3:36.26
2. Harvard, 3:38.79
3. Princeton, 3:42.70
4. Dartmouth, 3:46.70
5. Penn, 3:50.96
6. Brown, 3:55.31
Note: Cornell’s time is the fifth fastest in conference history.

4 x 800 Relay
1. Penn, 8:40.63
2. Dartmouth, 8:47.72
3. Cornell, 8:47.78
4. Princeton, 8:51.32
5. Columbia, 8:55.27
6. Brown, 9:15.97
Notes: Penn’s time is tied for the 8th fastest in conference history.

High Jump
1. Whitehorn, Kaitlin (Dartmouth), 5′ 8.75″
2. Nizdil, Raegan (Harvard), 5′ 7.75″
3. Jancewicz, Noel (Penn), 5′ 7″
3. Busack, Inka (Princeton), 5′ 7″
5. Giebelhaus, Ann (Harvard), 5′ 6″
5. Morgan, Taylor (Princeton), 5′ 6″
5. Gulbrandsen, Kate (Cornell), 5′ 6″
8. Akande, Morayo (Brown), 5′ 5″
8. Schaeffer, Erin (Brown), 5′ 5″
8. Morrison, Allison (Harvard), 5′ 5″
8. Magee, Madelyn (Columbia), 5′ 5″
Notes: Whitehorn won this event last year and won the 2013 & 2015 Indoor High Jump titles.

Pole Vault
1. Bishop, Eve (Cornell), 12′ 11.5″
2. Sabatino, Marlena (Harvard), 12′ 5.5″
3. Brown, Stephanie (Dartmouth), 11′ 11.75″
3. Bartholomew, Alexis (Cornell), 11′ 11.75″
3. Minnig, Molly (Penn), 11′ 11.75″
6. Shih, Catherine (Yale), 11′ 7.75″
6. Shadid, Grace (Columbia), 11′ 7.75″
8. Schachne, Lexie (Harvard), 11′ 6.5″
8. Mccallum, Kaitlin (Dartmouth), 11′ 6.5″
10. Markin, Jennifer (Cornell), 11′ 5.75″
Notes: Bishop’s height ties her for the 10th highest clearance in outdoor conference history.  She won the 2015 Indoor pole vault title and finished 4th in this event last year.

Long Jump
1. Eke, Nadia (Columbia), 19′ 10.75″ (-1.0)
2. Holmes, Hillary (Cornell), 19′ 1.25″ (+2.5)
3. Williams, Anna (Columbia), 18′ 11.25″ (+3.8)
4. Morrison, Allison (Harvard), 18′ 9.75″ (+5.1)
5. Berger, Gillian (Penn), 18′ 6.5″ (+1.9)
6. Ronde, Sara (Princeton), 18′ 5″ (-0.3)
7. Jiang, Emily (Penn), 18′ 4.25″ (-3.6)
8. Jordan, Alisha (Yale), 18′ 3.25″ (+5.2)
9. Scott, Shandell (Brown), 18′ 3″ (+0.5)
10. Dabrowski, Claudia (Cornell), 18′ 1.75″ (+1.6)
Notes: Eke finished second in this event last year and won the 2015 Indoor Long Jump title.  Kobolak finished 3rd in this event last year.

Triple Jump
1. Eke, Nadia (Columbia), 43′ 11.25″ (+2.1)
2. Shapiro, Molly (Dartmouth), 40′ 3.5″ (+1.7)
3. Williams, O’Sha (Brown), 40′ 0.5″ (+0.0)
4. Thompson, Jenny (Penn), 39′ 6.5″ (+0.7)
5. Sonaike, Adefunke (Columbia), 39′ 1″ (+0.8)
6. Okoro, Uzoamaka (Brown), 38′ 11.5″ (-0.5)
7. Williams, Anna (Columbia), 38′ 10.5″ (NWI)
7. Churchill, Chelsie (Brown), 38′ 10.5″ (-0.3)
9. Lanzafame, Alex (Princeton), 38′ 7.75″ (-1.5)
9. Jordan, Alisha (Yale), 38′ 7.75″ (+5.8)
Notes: Eke’s mark is the second best wind-aided mark in conference history, but she has jumped a wind-legal 43-06 ½ earlier this season.  She won the 2015 Indoor Triple Jump title.

Shot Put
1. Okwelogu, Nikki (Harvard), 55′ 0.75″
2. Wilson, Karleh (Yale), 47′ 4.5″
3. Natrasevschi, Josie (Brown), 44′ 10.25″
4. O’Dell, Kennedy (Princeton), 44′ 0.75″
5. Hojnacki, Taylor (Penn), 43′ 4.5″
6. Drayton, Taylor (Cornell), 42′ 7.5″
7. Bazile, Michelle (Brown), 42′ 4.25″
8. Graf, Serena (Penn), 41′ 8.75″
9. Offiaeli, Maxine (Brown), 41′ 4.25″
10. Morgan, Taylor (Princeton), 41′ 3.25″
Notes: Okwelogu is the conference record holder and the defending champion. She also won this event at the 2014 & 2015 Indoor Heps.  Wilson finished fourth in this event last year.

Discus Throw
1. Natrasevschi, Josie (Brown), 183′ 9″
2. Okwelogu, Nikki (Harvard), 170′ 11″
3. Darpolor, Kebbeh (Brown), 165′ 10″
4. Baker, Taylor (Cornell), 152′ 3″
5. Rowe, Brielle (Princeton), 151′ 10″
6. Goodman, Camryn (Cornell), 151′ 2″
7. Hill, Nailah (Penn), 145′ 9″
8. Wilson, Karleh (Yale), 142′ 11″
9. Koronios, Joanna (Columbia), 139′ 0″
10. Hojnacki, Taylor (Penn), 138′ 8″
Notes: Natrasevschi’s mark is the conference record and the best ever done by a New England woman.  Darpolor’s mark is the ninth best in conference history.  Okwelogu was the former conference record holder and has a personal best of 174-10.

Hammer Throw
1. Ratcliffe, Julia (Princeton), 217′ 7″
2. Koronios, Joanna (Columbia), 176′ 7″
3. DuPont, Taylor (Harvard), 172′ 0″
4. Natrasevschi, Josie (Brown), 170′ 4″
5. Wilson, Karleh (Yale), 168′ 10″
6. Rowe, Brielle (Princeton), 165′ 1″
7. O’Dell, Kennedy (Princeton), 162′ 10″
8. Vermillion, Heather (Brown), 162′ 7″
9. Graf, Serena (Penn), 159′ 5″
10. Baker, Taylor (Cornell), 154′ 4″
Notes:  Ratcliffe is the two-time defending champion and is the conference record holder (230-07).  She also won the 2015 Indoor Weight Throw title.

Javelin Throw
1. Mayer, Hannah (Harvard), 159′ 2″
2. Hay, Kelsey (Penn), 157′ 6″
3. Sesink-Clee, Lisa (Penn), 145′ 8″
4. Graf, Serena (Penn), 141′ 4″
5. Morton, Moriah (Dartmouth), 138′ 9″
6. Douglas, Bridget (Dartmouth), 136′ 6″
7. Waszkewitz, Sarah (Princeton), 134′ 5″
8. Reid, Felicia (Cornell), 125′ 10″
9. Hargett, Kacie (Cornell), 122′ 9″
10. O’Connor, Lauren (Columbia), 118′ 2″
Notes:  Mayer is the conference record holder (164-02).  Hay is the defending champion and has a personal best that ranks her #2 all-time (164-01).

Heptathlon
1. Hansen, Madison (Harvard), 5,210
2. Jancewicz, Noel (Penn), 5,051
3. Morrison, Allison (Harvard), 4,972
4. Frantz, Allison (Dartmouth), 4,663
5. Sieredzinski, Mary (Dartmouth), 4,184
6. Lawson, Miranda (Dartmouth), 4,073
7. Feeney, Abby (Dartmouth), 4,015
8. Fieldman, Ariel (Penn), 3,752
Notes: Hansen’s score is the sixth best in conference history and placed second in this event last year.  The 2015 Indoor pentathlon champion, Taylor Morgan of Princeton, has yet to contest an outdoor heptathlon this season.

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