Down to the Decathlon – Final Scores & Awards


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The men’s decathlon 1500m was the last event on the track, and for the first time in who knows how long, the team title came down to this race.  The men are already dead, but can Princeton or Cornell get enough energy together to win the team title?

Princeton’s Stephen Soerens just needed to make sure that he finished his 1500m leg ahead of Cornell’s Austin Jamerson as Soerens had a comfortable 160 point lead going into this run.  But in the last 50m, Soerens found his final gear and sped by Brown’s Peter Rhodes to claim the 1500m leg win in 4:29.75 and secure the team title win for the Tigers.  Soerens won the overall event in 7319 points.  Jamerson was the runner up in 7070, while Rhodes was third in 7008.

Final men scores:

1. Princeton 163

2 Cornell 159.5

3. Penn 89

4. Brown 76

5.  Dartmouth 67

6. Harvard 54.5

7. Columbia 37

8. Yale 36

In the women’s competition, Harvard defended their team title and won by nearly 40 points over Princeton.

Final women scores:

1. Harvard 157

2. Princeton 118

3. Columbia 99

4. Cornell 87

5. Penn 72

6. Brown 60.5

7. Dartmouth 57.5

8. Yale 31

The meet MVPs were handed out with the team awards.  Penn’s Thomas Awad (1500m, 5km double) and Cornell’s Udeme Akpaete (200m, 400m, 4×100, 4×400 quad winner) won it for the track events, while Cornell’s Stephen Mozia (shot put 4x winner, runner up in hammer and discus) and Harvard’s Nikki Okwelogu (shot put, discus double in meet records) were the field event MVPs.

Congrats to all student-athletes!

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