Only Two Throws


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It only took Princeton’s Julia Ratcliffe two throws to reset her own meet record.  On her second throw, she tossed the implement 68.16m, or 223-07 1/2 for us English units folk, breaking her mark that she set last year of 67.75m (222-03 1/4).  The event is still ongoing at this time, but other hammer updates include a new Columbia school record for Joanna Koronios as she threw 181-00 1/2 to make it to the hammer finals.

UPDATE – Ratcliffe made it three titles in a row, winning each title with a new meet record as her mark of 223-07 1/2 stands.  Koronios improved her personal best to 181-09 to finish in 2nd place, her highest finish ever at an Outdoor Heps (5th in 2014 & 2013).  Harvard’s Taylor DuPont finished in 3rd, while Brown took 4th and 5th with Josie Natrasevschi and Heather Vermillion, while Princeton claimed the final point with Brielle Rowe.

Official women’s hammer results:
1. Julia Ratcliffe (Princeton) – 223-07 MEET RECORD
2. Joanna Koronios (Columbia) – 181-09
3. Taylor DuPont (Harvard) – 176-09
4. Josie Natrasevschi (Brown) – 173-09
5. Heather Vermillion (Brown) – 167-05
6. Brielle Rowe (Princeton) – 164-11

The decathlon 100m is done.  Harvard’s Mark Hill ran the fastest time with 11.26, followed by Princeton’s Bryan Oslin (11.35) and Cornell’s Austin Jamerson (11.38).  Wind reading = +0.0m/s.  The decathletes are off to the long jump.

In the heptathlon – Indoor Heps pentathlon champ Taylor Morgan (Princeton) easily takes her heat in 14.52, but Harvard’s Madison Hansen ran the fastest hurdle time of 14.11.  Wind is swirling, as it was a minor headwind (ranging from 0.1 to 0.2 m/s) for the first two heats, while it was an illegal tailwind for the final heat (+2.2m/s).  Dartmouth’s Abby Feeney (14.74) and Allison Frantz (14.80) also ran sub-15 for a good start to their hepthatlons.  Off to high jump at 12:10pm.

Women’s pole vault is underway.  Seventeen athletes started, sixteen advanced to the 2nd height of 3.45m (with at least 9 passing until later height).

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