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The winner of the women’s 800m title came down to the timing of the lean, but the point distribution did not really matter.  Princeton ended up going 1-2 in the women’s 800m as Cecelia Barowski (Indoor Heps 800m winner) outleaned her teammate Kim Mackay (Indoor Heps 500m winner), 2:06.88 to 2:06.89.  Yale’s Shannon McDonnell got a big kick to pass Penn’s Carey Celata in the final 20m to grab 3rd place, 2:07.78 to 2:07.83.

Women’s 800m results:

1 Cecilia Barowski – JR – Princeton 2:06.88 10
2 Kim Mackay – SR – Princeton 2:06.89 8
3 Shannon McDonnell – JR – Yale 2:07.78 6
4 Carey Celata – SO – Penn 2:07.83 4
5 Shannon Hugard – FR – Cornell 2:08.11 2
6 Taylor Worthy – SO – Brown 2:08.14 1

The men’s 800m came close to a photo finish as well, but between THREE athletes.  Columbia’s Brendon Fish (Indoor Heps 1000m champion) had the lead at the bell and was challenged by various people on the final lap.  With 150m to go, Brown’s Henry Tufnell made his move in lane 2, but Fish would not give up.  Tufnell managed to find that final gear with 50m to go, just as Columbia’s Connor Claflin was coming up on the outside lane.  In the end, Tufnell held off both Lions, 1:49.01, to Claflin’s 1:49.06 and Fish’s 1:49.09.  Tufnell is Brown’s first 800m winner since 2000 when Trinity Gray won the event in meet record 1:46.07.

Men’s 800m results:

1 Henry Tufnell – SR – Brown 1:49.01 10
2 Connor Claflin – SR – Columbia 1:49.06 8
3 Brendon Fish – SR – Columbia 1:49.09 6
4 Noah Kauppila – FR – Princeton 1:49.58 4
5 Joshua Ingalls – FR – Princeton 1:50.23 2
6 Jonas Aranda – FR – Harvard 1:51.40 1

Harvard women  got a huge boost from their hurdling horde in the 400m hurdles.  Jade Miller successfully defended her title in a new meet record time of 57.30, while Autumne Franklin recovered from a bad 9th hurdle to hold on for second place (58.31) ahead of a hard charging Cornellian Taysia Radoslav (58.71).  Harvard got 22 points in the event as Jackie Modesett got 4th in 59.41.

Women’s 400m Hurdle results:

1 Jade Miller – SO – Harvard 57.30 10 – MEET RECORD
2 Autumne Franklin – JR – Harvard 58.31 8 – #3 MEET HISTORY
3 Taysia Radoslav – FR – Cornell 58.71 6 – #10 MEET HISTORY
4 Jackie Modesett – SO – Harvard 59.41 4
5 Alexandra Stanton – SR – Brown 59.62 2
6 Emily Woodford – SR – Cornell 59.66 1

Field update – the men’s triple jump is on their third attempt, as Princeton’s Nana Owusu-Nyantekyi just leapt 15.62m to go into the lead.  Women’s high jump is now at 1.70m.

In the decathlon, eight events are done, and Cornell’s Austin Jamerson surpassed Princeton’s Stephen Soerens in the overall standings.  Jamerson finished 20cm higher than Soerens in the pole vault, while Princeton’s Bryan Oslin had the highest clearance with 4.54m.  Scores after 8 events: Jamerson 5,888; Soerens 5,834; Peter Rhodes (Brown) 5,815; Mark Hill (Harvard) 5,470; Oslin 5,354; Ben Colello (Dartmouth) 4,921; David Karabinos (Cornell) 4,797; and Sean Collins (Penn) 4,355.

In the men’s 400m hurdles, it looked like there were 4 options for the champion with 100m to go as Cornell’s Max Hairston, Dartmouth’s Ed Wagner, Harvard’s Jarvis Harris, and Penn’s Tom Timmins were all even at that point.  But by 50m to go, it was between Timmins and Harris.  Harris found that extra gear and at 10m to go, he passed Timmins and won his first 400m hurdle title in 51.10.  Timmins was second in 51.18.  Hairston finished in 3rd (51.86) while Wagner got 4th (52.34).  Harris’ time ranks him #3 in meet history, while Timmins is #5 in meet history.

Men’s 400m Hurdle results:

1 Jarvis Harris – SR – Harvard 51.10 10 – #3 MEET HISTORY
2 Tom Timmins – SR – Penn 51.18 8 – #5 MEET HISTORY
3 Max Hairston – JR – Cornell 51.86 6
4 Edward Wagner – JR – Dartmouth 52.34 4
5 Corey Hammond – JR – Columbia 52.84 2
6 Tom Scott – SR – Princeton 53.55 1

Cornell’s Udeme Akpaete got her 3rd title of the meet (she was a part of the 4×100 and got the 400m title earlier) as she won the 200m in 23.78, the 4th fastest time in meet history.  Columbia’s Ashley Cunningham had the best first 100m of the finalists, and she finished in 2nd with 24.10.

Women’s 200m results:

1 Udeme Akpaete – JR – Cornell 23.78 10 +0.8 – #4 MEET HISTORY
2 Ashley Cunningham – JR – Columbia 24.10 8 +0.8
3 Danielle Barbian – SR – Harvard 24.14 6 +0.8
4 Ashley Collinsworth – SR – Harvard 24.21 4 +0.8
5 Jennifer Meech – JR – Dartmouth 24.27 2 +0.8
6 Akua Obeng-Akrofi – FR – Columbia 24.34 1 +0.8

Women scores after 17 events: Harvard 130, Princeton 88, Columbia 76, Cornell 72, Penn 50, Brown 44, Dartmouth 36, Yale 31

The men’s 200m was a bit different as the victor was clearly seen by the end of the turn – Brown’s Brett Kelly.  Kelly won his first individual Heps title in 21.29 into a slight headwind (-0.7m/s).  Cornell got some needed points in frosh Brailin Paulino, who grabbed 2nd place from Princeton’s Carrington Akosa, 21.48 to 21.54.

Men’s 200m results:

1 Ryan Kelly – JR – Brown 21.29 10 -0.7
2 Brailin Paulino – FR – Cornell 21.48 8 -0.7
3 Carrington Akosa – FR – Princeton 21.54 6 -0.7
4 Matthew Hurst – FR – Harvard 21.60 4 -0.7
5 Brett Buskey – SR – Dartmouth 21.61 2 -0.7
6 Marc-Andre Alexandre – SO – Yale 21.64 1 -0.7

Men scores after 16 events: Cornell 123.5, Princeton 106, Penn 71, Dartmouth 61, Brown 48, Harvard 36.5, Yale 30, Columbia 20

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