Comes Down to the Relays

ht-oheps-relays

Schedule | Men’s Scores Women’s Scores

note – you may need to keep refreshing your browser screen to get the most recent results

Women’s 4×800: the fans were kept on their toes throughout the entire race as the leader kept changing on each lap (heat maybe?).  In the end, Columbia anchor Sarah Hardie powered past Princeton’s Elizabeth Bird with 300m to go and held on to win in 8:38.35.

1 Columbia – N Bauer, B Wade, O Sadler, S Hardie 8:38.35 –
2 Princeton – K Hanss, Z Sims, A Forte, E Bird 8:39.79 –
3 Penn –  G Alm, C Celata, A Montgomery, G Cuccia, 8:42.04 –
4 Harvard – P Kouba, K Gallagher, S Gillespie, M Renfer 8:43.74 –
5 Dartmouth – M Donovan, B O’Neill, B Flynn, M Grela  8:44.76 –
6 Cornell – K Niedrach, S Hugard, L Triller, E Wilkinson 8:47.54

Women’s High Jump: Dartmouth’s Kaitlin Whitehorn defended her title as she was the only athlete to clear 1.75m (5-08.75).  Penn’s Noel Jancewicz earned her 2nd runner up title for the weekend as she was second in the high jump with 1.73m/5-08.

1. Whitehorn – 1.75m

2. Jancewicz – 1.73m

3. Madelyn Magee (columbia) & Raegan Nizdil (Harvard) – 1.70m

5. Morayo Akande (Brown) & Allison Frantz (Dartmouth) – 1.70m

Men’s 4×800: it was easier to determine the victor as Columbia’s team began to run away with the event on the 3rd leg.  Columbia went on to win their fourth 4×800 title in a row in 7:22.83 (note: Brendon Fish, who ran anchor on today’s relay, was a member of all of those winning relays).

1 Columbia – S Haik, R Napolitano, C Claflin, B Fish 7:22.83 –
2 Brown – M Martinez, H Tufnell, B Ostrowski, N Willig 7:24.95 –
3 Princeton – G O’Toole, N Kauppila, B Paternostro, J Ingalls 7:25.00 –
4 Harvard – B Looney, N Maritim, C Reck, J Aranda 7:26.62 –
5 Cornell – B Rainero, S Baxter, S Roemer, J Gowans 7:27.83 –
6 Penn – C Mangini, K Webb, K Naff, M Bekelja 7:28.43 –

Men’s Shot Put: Cornell’s Stephen Mozia made it four years in a row that he won this event, this year claiming it in 64-09.25.  He is the fourth man to ever accomplish this feat in Ivy history.

1. Stephen Mozia (Cornell) – 64-09.25

2. Chris Cook (Princeton) – 59-04

3. Chris Cubra (Brown) – 56-11.25

4. Scott Rushton (Princeton) – 55-11.75

5. Billy Bishop (Penn) – 55-10.25

6. Mitchel Charles (Princeton) – 54-00.5

Men scores after 20 events: Princeton 146, Cornell 141.5, Penn 86, Dartmouth 65, Brown 62, Harvard 52.5, Yale 36, Columbia 31

Women’s 4×400: this was known going into this event as a battle between Cornell and Harvard, and it did not disappoint.  Going into the anchor leg, these two were even at the exchange.  Udeme Akapete anchored for Cornell, waited until the middle of the final turn to pass Harvard’s Jade Miller.  Akpaete got her 4th win of the day (2nd relay) to power home in 3:34.78 – a new meet record.

1 Cornell  – K Woodford, Z Kolliesuah, T Radoslav, U Akpaete 3:34.78 – NEW MEET RECORD
2 Harvard – A Franklin, G Scott, C Scott, J Miller 3:35.38 –
3 Princeton – J Blocker, K Mackay, J Anyanwu, C Barowski  3:39.04 –
4 Dartmouth – M Evans, E Hendershot, S Kikut, J Meech 3:42.54 –
5 Penn – T Hennig, L Ali, C Taylor, P Dabrowski 3:44.43 –
6 Brown – T Worthy, E Suchland, A Holt, A Stanton 3:46.65 –

Women’s Discus: Harvard’s Nikki Okwelogu officially got her second title of the weekend, as she won the discus throw in a new meet record of 176-05.

1. Okwelogu – 176-05

2. Josie Natrasevschi (Brown) – 167-06

3. Kebbeh Darpolor (Brown) – 167-03

4. Brielle Rowe (Princeton) – 155-00

5. Taylor Baker (Cornell) – 147-06

6. Camryn Goodman (Cornell) – 146-09

Men’s 4×400: Cornell built themselves up a good lead from the very beginning but Brown’s anchor Ryan Kelly made the race more exciting as he almost closed in on the 40m gap he had behind Cornell’s Tobenna Attah at the start of his leg.  Attah  was able to hold off Kelly and the field to win the event

1 Cornell – M Smith, C Olloqui, L Gibson, T Attah 3:10.90 –
2 Brown – Z Emrich, B Ostrowski, O Oyewole, R Kelly 3:11.36 –
3 Columbia – C Hammond, R Busby, Y Calvin, J Sowah 3:13.69 –
4 Princeton – B Switzer, T Scott, J Freeman, R Mennin 3:13.79 –
5 Penn – H Scharf, J Wiseman, B Senior, D Magaha 3:14.04 –
6 Dartmouth – Z Plante, A Cariati, E Wagner, P Gomez 3:14.65

The mens’ team title is going to come down to the decathlon.

Comments are closed.