iHeps ’16 – Projected Women’s Scoring

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About 24 hours to go until we start the 2016 Indoor Heps Championships up at Barton Hall.  The Harvard women have won the team title for the last three years and they are looking forward to extending that for another year.  But will the rest of the conference let them?

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Now that we have the previews all up on the website, we can now show you an idea of how Indoor Heps is going to turn out this weekend.  Our evidence?  The conference rankings seen on Track & Field Results Reporting System.  Scoring is done for the top 6 in a 10-8-6-4-2-1 format (with ties resulting in splitting the points accordingly).  We have not attempted to guess who is doing what as some women in this scoring are doing multiple events and we only included relay scoring for those who actually put up relay times.  Lastly, the scoring is done based on the converted time we see in this database (i.e. flat-to-banked conversions, which result in faster performances; altitude adjustments which result in slower performances).  Based off of what scoring comparisons we did with converted and unconverted marks, we expect the team contest is going to be a closer margin than what the converted scores suggest.

Scores and the top-10 performances in each event – as well as some notes about the events and performances – are included in the cut below.

Projected Indoor Heps Scoring with converted performances, as of 2/23/16

Harvard – 163
Princeton – 123
Cornell – 92
Dartmouth – 70
Penn – 59
Brown – 50
Yale – 37
Columbia – 25

Projected Indoor Heps Scoring with unconverted performances, as of 2/23/16 

Harvard – 166
Princeton – 119
Cornell – 88
Dartmouth – 69
Penn – 59
Brown – 54
Yale – 39
Columbia – 25

Ivy League Indoor Rankings as of 2/23/16

60m Dash

1. Thomas, Gabrielle (Harvard), 7.38
2. Musa, Ngozi (Harvard), 7.42 @
3. Whitehorn, Kaitlin (Dartmouth), 7.47
4. McCorkle, Taylor (Penn), 7.53
5. Solan, Imani (Penn), 7.60
6. Cureton, Sydney (Yale), 7.63
7. Kikut, Sara (Dartmouth), 7.64
8. Jones, Adrian (Cornell), 7.65
9. Walter, Christina (Princeton), 7.67
10. Obeng-Akrofi, Akua (Columbia), 7.69

Notes: Thomas, Musa, and Whitehorn’s times rank them #1, #3, and #10 in conference history. Musa’s time is converted from altitude.

200m Dash

1. Thomas, Gabrielle (Harvard), 23.37
2. Solan, Imani (Penn), 24.08
3. Meech, Jennifer (Dartmouth), 24.35
4. Franklin, Autumne (Harvard), 24.36 @
5. Akpaete, Udeme (Cornell), 24.40 (24.77)
6. McCorkle, Taylor (Penn), 24.49
7. Jones, Adrian (Cornell), 24.53 (24.91)
8. Shepard, Ellen (Cornell), 24.69
8. Cunningham, Ashley (Columbia), 24.69
10. Radoslav, Taysia (Cornell), 24.72

Notes: Thomas’ performance is the fastest in conference history and ranks her 15th in the NCAA. Sloan’s performance is the eighth fastest in conference history. Franklin’s time is converted from altitude. Akpaete and Jones ran their season best times on Barton Hall’s flat track.

400m Dash

1. Franklin, Autumne (Harvard), 53.89
2. Meech, Jennifer (Dartmouth), 53.97
3. Barowski, Cecilia (Princeton), 54.39
4. Miller, Jade (Harvard), 54.89
5. Akpaete, Udeme (Cornell), 54.97 (2014 & 2015 Indoor Heps Champ; 2015 Outdoor Heps Champ)
6. Radoslav, Taysia (Cornell), 55.41
7. Parker, Jaycee (Columbia), 56.10 (56.84)
8. Modesett, Jackie (Harvard), 56.12 @
9. Solan, Imani (Penn), 56.27
10. Scott, Christi (Harvard), 56.42 (57.16)

Notes: Franklin and Meech have the fourth and fifth fastes times in conference history. Parker’s time was set at Leverone Fieldhouse. Modesett’s time was converted from altitude. Scott’s time was set at Barton Hall.

500m Dash

1. Barowski, Cecilia (Princeton), 1:11.15 (1:12.05)
2. Miller, Jade (Harvard), 1:12.95
3. Radoslav, Taysia (Cornell), 1:13.00
4. Noordam, Jeanine (Brown), 1:13.87
5. Meech, Jennifer (Dartmouth), 1:14.01 (1:14.95)
6. Taylor, Candace (Penn), 1:14.23 (1:15.17)
7. Gallup, Aliyah (Dartmouth), 1:14.43
8. Winship, Gwenyth (Brown), 1:14.71
8. Berardo, Jackie (Princeton), 1:14.71 (1:15.66)
10. Evans, Marissa (Dartmouth), 1:14.92

Notes: Barowski’s and Berardo’s time were done on Jadwin Gym’s flat track. Meech’s time was done on Leverone Fieldhouse’s flat track. The flat-to-banked converted time is not eligible for record keeping purposes. Barowski’s original time is the fifth fastest in conference history. She ran this time back in December.

800m Run
1. Barowski, Cecilia (Princeton), 2:03.24 (2:04.66) (2015 Indoor/Outdoor Heps Champ)
2. Celata, Carey (Penn), 2:07.52
3. McDonnell, Shannon (Yale), 2:08.19
4. Kouba, Paige (Harvard), 2:09.26
5. Gallagher, Kieran (Harvard), 2:09.47
5. Flynn, Bridget (Dartmouth), 2:09.47
7. Livingston, Abby (Dartmouth), 2:09.61
8. Hardie, Sarah (Columbia), 2:09.72
9. O’Neill, Bridget (Dartmouth), 2:09.83
10. Wade, Brittney (Columbia), 2:10.52

Notes: Barowski’s performance was run on Jadwin Gym’s flat track. The converted time is the third fastest in the NCAA. Her original time is the third fastest in conference history.

1,000m Run

1. Peabody, Clare (Brown), 2:47.21
2. O’Neill, Bridget (Dartmouth), 2:47.74
3. Barowski, Cecilia (Princeton), 2:48.56
4. Niedrach, Kristen (Cornell), 2:48.72 (2:50.56)
4. Gallagher, Kieran (Harvard), 2:48.72
6. Schmiede, Frances (Yale), 2:49.39 (2:51.24)
7. Kouba, Paige (Harvard), 2:49.70
8. McDonnell, Shannon (Yale), 2:49.76
9. Worthy, Taylor (Brown), 2:49.91
10. Katzman, Jackie (Cornell), 2:50.88 (2:52.74)

Notes: Peabody and O’Neill are ranked seventh and ninth fastest in conference history, respectively. Niedrach and Katzman’s performances were done on Barton Hall’s flat track. Schmiede’s performance was done on Leverone Fieldhouse’s flat track.

Mile Run

1. Schmiede, Frances (Yale), 4:37.77
2. Bird, Elizabeth (Princeton), 4:39.32
3. Montgomery, Ashley (Penn), 4:41.26
4. Sadler, Olivia (Columbia), 4:43.45
5. Kouba, Paige (Harvard), 4:43.77
6. Kokes, Libby (Columbia), 4:43.98
7. DeVoe, Claire (Cornell), 4:48.18
8. Schlachtenhaufen, Helen (Dartmouth), 4:48.52
9. Klein, Dana (Yale), 4:49.38 (4:52.24)
10. Rizzo, Meredith (Yale), 4:49.42

Notes: Schmiede and Bird’s performances rank them fifth and seventh in conference history, respectively. Schmiede’s time is also the 16th fastest in the NCAA.

3,000m Run

1. Schudrowitz, Natalie (Brown), 9:13.53
2. Bird, Elizabeth (Princeton), 9:18.42
3. Smith, Courtney (Harvard), 9:21.35
4. Katzman, Jackie (Cornell), 9:26.07
5. Giordano, Dana (Dartmouth), 9:27.81 (2014 & 2015 Indoor Heps champ)
6. Tanner, Natalie (Columbia), 9:28.55
7. Kellner, Caroline (Cornell), 9:28.89
8. Montgomery, Ashley (Penn), 9:30.57
9. Leach, Brighie (Princeton), 9:33.28
10. Klein, Dana (Yale), 9:33.47

Notes: Schudrowitz’s performance ranks her 11th in the NCAA and is the eighth fastest in conference history.

5,000m Run

1. Smith, Courtney (Harvard), 15:46.44
2. Kellner, Caroline (Cornell), 16:30.01
3. Whiting, Cleo (Penn), 16:42.81
4. Payne, Emma (Harvard), 16:46.55
5. Shwayder, Elianna (Harvard), 16:47.41
6. McDonald, Elizabeth (Yale), 16:49.67
7. Glasergreen, Eve (Cornell), 16:49.83
8. Kamrani, Pegah (Columbia), 16:52.03
9. Reagan, Kelli (Yale), 16:55.07
10. Binczyk, Chloe (Columbia), 17:06.09

Notes: Smith’s performance is the fourth fastest in conference history and ranks her eighth in the NCAA.

60m Hurdles

1. Franklin, Autumne (Harvard), 8.42 (2013 – 2015 Indoor Heps champ)
2. Chijioke, Iris (Columbia), 8.57
3. Modesett, Jackie (Harvard), 8.65
4. Miller, Jade (Harvard), 8.68 @
5. Harris, Allison (Princeton), 8.74
6. Morgan, Taylor (Princeton), 8.83
7. Feeney, Abby (Dartmouth), 8.84
7. Barnes, Meghan (Penn), 8.84
9. Randolph, Ellie (Princeton), 8.85
10. Van Metre, Rachel (Brown), 8.86

Notes: Franklin is looking to become the second woman in Heps history to win four straight titles in this event. Miller’s time is converted from altitude.

4x400m Relay

1. Harvard, 3:35.58 @
2. Cornell, 3:44.91
3. Penn, 3:46.26
4. Princeton, 3:47.57
5. Dartmouth, 3:49.42 (3:52.46)
6. Brown, 3:50.43
7. Columbia, 3:50.57 (3:53.63)
8. Yale, 3:53.49 (3:56.59)

Notes: Harvard’s time is the fastest in conference history and was converted from altitude.

4x800m Relay

1. Yale, 8:54.17
2. Harvard, 8:55.88
3. Princeton, 8:56.36
4. Columbia, 8:58.82 (9:05.03)
5. Dartmouth, 9:06.88 (9:13.18)
6. Cornell, 9:21.39 (9:27.86)

Distance Medley Relay

1. Cornell, 11:30.85
2. Princeton, 11:34.49 (11:41.93)
3. Yale, 11:38.08
4. Brown, 11:39.68
5. Columbia, 12:19.59

High Jump

1. DeJournett, Shanelle (Brown), 5′ 9.75″
2. Whitehorn, Kaitlin (Dartmouth), 5′ 8.75″ (2013 & 2015 Indoor Heps champ)
2. Garman, Maria (Dartmouth), 5′ 8.75″
4. Nizdil, Raegan (Harvard), 5′ 8″
5. Gulbrandsen, Kate (Cornell), 5′ 7.25″
5. Jancewicz, Noel (Penn), 5′ 7.25″
5. Paul, Carly (Brown), 5′ 7.25″
8. Morgan, Taylor (Princeton), 5′ 7″
8. Crissy, Elizabeth (Cornell), 5′ 7″
10. Grier-Spratley, Nicie Jenell (Brown), 5′ 6″
10. Frantz, Allison (Dartmouth), 5′ 6″

Pole Vault

1. Harris, Allison (Princeton), 13′ 9.25″
2. Sabatino, Marlena (Harvard), 12′ 11.5″
3. Macco, Nicole (Penn), 12′ 8″
4. Mccallum, Kaitlin (Dartmouth), 12′ 5.5″
5. Trenchard, Nicole (Harvard), 12′ 3.5″
5. Schachne, Lexie (Harvard), 12′ 3.5″
7. Brown, Stephanie (Dartmouth), 12′ 1.5″
8. Bartholomew, Alexis (Cornell), 11′ 10.75″
9. Shadid, Grace (Columbia), 11′ 9.75″
9. Sharkey, Abigail (Columbia), 11′ 9.75″

Notes: Harris’ performance is the new conference record, while Sabatino’s height is tied for the sixth highest in conference history.

Long Jump

1. Thomas, Gabrielle (Harvard), 18′ 9.75″
2. Ronde, Sara (Princeton), 18′ 9.25″
3. Dabrowski, Claudia (Cornell), 18′ 7″
4. Morgan, Taylor (Princeton), 18′ 5.75″
5. Becker, Ariel (Princeton), 18′ 3.75″
6. Holmes, Hillary (Cornell), 18′ 3.25″
7. Baker, Haley (Harvard), 18′ 3″
7. DeJournett, Shanelle (Brown), 18′ 3″
9. Miller, Devinne (Penn), 18′ 2.25″
10. Minnig, Molly (Penn), 18′ 1.75″

Notes: Ronde is the top returning performance from 2015 (third place).

Triple Jump

1. Williams, O’Sha (Brown), 41′ 7.25″
2. Davidson, Kerri (Princeton), 40′ 2″
3. Williams, Anna (Columbia), 39′ 8″
3. Shapiro, Molly (Dartmouth), 39′ 8″
5. Thomas, Gabrielle (Harvard), 39′ 7.25″
6. Kameni, Floriane (Harvard), 39′ 2.25″
7. Ezidiegwu, Christabel (Cornell), 39′ 0.5″
8. Sonaike, Adefunke (Columbia), 38′ 11.75″
9. Boham, Gaynelle (Cornell), 38′ 7.75″
10. Churchill, Chelsie (Brown), 38′ 6″

Notes: O’Sha William’s performance is the eighth best in conference history.

Shot Put

1. Okwelogu, Nikki (Harvard), 55′ 7″
2. Morris, Leena (Cornell), 44′ 11.5″
3. Smith, Michaela (Cornell), 44′ 7″
3. Moulden, KC Lynn (Cornell), 44′ 7″
5. Drayton, Taylor (Cornell), 44′ 5.25″
6. Goodman, Camryn (Cornell), 44′ 2″
7. Bazile, Michelle (Brown), 43′ 7.25″
8. O’Dell, Kennedy (Princeton), 43′ 3.25″
9. Graf, Serena (Penn), 43′ 0.25″
10. Hojnacki, Taylor (Penn), 42′ 7″

Notes: Okwelogu’s distance is the 10th best in the NCAA. Moulden has not competed since December.

Weight Throw

1. Morris, Leena (Cornell), 57′ 10.5″
2. Covington, Autumn (Cornell), 56′ 10.75″
3. Wilson, Rachel (Penn), 56′ 7.25″
4. O’Dell, Kennedy (Princeton), 55′ 5.5″
5. Simon, Kate (Yale), 54′ 7.5″
6. Rowe, Brielle (Princeton), 54′ 3.75″
7. Bazile, Michelle (Brown), 53′ 4.25″
8. Baker, Taylor (Cornell), 53′ 3″
9. Moulden, KC Lynn (Cornell), 52′ 11.5″
10. Offiaeli, Maxine (Brown), 52′ 9.5″

Notes: Bazile is the top returning scorer from 2015 (sixth place). Moulden has not competed since December.

Pentathlon

1. Morgan, Taylor (Princeton), 4,050 (2015 Indoor Heps champ)
2. Garman, Maria (Dartmouth), 3,673
3. Krause, Kerry (Princeton), 3,594
4. Jancewicz, Noel (Penn), 3,536
5. Frantz, Allison (Dartmouth), 3,498
6. Lodge, Frances (Princeton), 3,449
7. Robinson, Jasmine (Cornell), 3,398
8. Paul, Carly (Brown), 3,333
9. Lawson, Miranda (Dartmouth), 3,259
10. Craver, Maia (Princeton), 3,233

Notes: Morgan’s performance is the third best in conference history.

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