Making It Three

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Heat Sheets/Live Results

The women’s 3,000m heats did not have any former Indoor Heps champions in the first heat, so no rabbits were warranted for the race.  Princeton’s Melinda Renuart won the first heat in 9:46.  The main names to follow are in the second/fast heat, which includes the two-time defending champion Dana Giordano of Dartmouth, HepsXC champion Elizabeth Bird, and top seed Natalie Schudrowitz of Brown.  Bird was not too much of a factor in the final laps of the race, but the final laps were quite exciting as it was a battle between Giordano, Schudrowitz, and Harvard’s Courtney Smith.  Giordano managed to have enough speed to hold of Schudrowitz and Smith to claim the 3,000m crown for the third straight year in 9:16.37.  She’s the second Ivy Leaguer to accomplish this feat, joining Yale’s Lindsey Donaldson as being a three-time winner (2005-07-08).  Giordano, Schudrowitz, and Smith ran the #3, #4, and #7 fastest times in Indoor Heps meet history.

Women's 3,000m Final
  1 Giordano, Dana            SR Dartmouth              9:16.37*  10         
  2 Schudrowitz, Natalie      SO Brown                  9:16.74*   8         
  3 Smith, Courtney           SO Harvard                9:17.10*   6         
  4 Kellner, Caroline         SR Cornell                9:28.62@   4         
  5 Katzman, Jackie           SO Cornell                9:33.20@   2         
  6 Bird, Elizabeth           JR Princeton              9:35.64@   1

The women’s pole vault bar just finished at 4.15m.  Top seed Allison Harris of Princeton is the only remaining competitor as she was the only one who cleared that height.  She made attempts at 4.25m (13-11 1/4) but did not make the height.  She is declared the winner with a best height of 13-07 1/4 – a new meet record by 1 inch.

Women's Pole Vault Finals                                                                           
  1 Harris, Allison           JR Princeton                4.15mM  13-07.25  10   
     3.40 3.50 3.60 3.70 3.80 3.90 3.95 4.00 4.05 4.10 4.15 4.20 4.25            
      PPP  PPP  PPP  PPP    O    O  PPP    O  PPP  PPP   XO  PPP  XXX            
  2 Mccallum, Kaitlin         SR Dartmouth                3.80m@  12-05.50   8   
     3.40 3.50 3.60 3.70 3.80 3.90                                               
      PPP    O  PPP   XO    O  XXX                                               
  3 Schachne, Lexie           SR Harvard                  3.80m@  12-05.50   6   
     3.40 3.50 3.60 3.70 3.80 3.90                                               
      PPP    O    O    O   XO  XXX                                               
  4 Macco, Nicole             FR Penn                     3.80m@  12-05.50   4   
     3.40 3.50 3.60 3.70 3.80 3.90                                               
      PPP  PPP    O    O  XXO  XXX                                               
  5 Trenchard, Nicole         FR Harvard                  3.70m@  12-01.50   1.50
     3.40 3.50 3.60 3.70 3.80                                                    
        O    O    O    O  XXX                                                    
  5 Bartholomew, Alexis       SR Cornell                  3.70m@  12-01.50   1.50
     3.40 3.50 3.60 3.70 3.80                                                    
      PPP    O    O    O  XXX

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The heptathlon high jump is still underway.  The bar is at 2.02m.

Princeton’s Taylor Morgan defended her pentathlon title today, winning with 3,888 points.  Dartmouth’s Allison Frantz used a strong 800m to move into second place overall, being the runner-up for the second straight year with 3,773 points.  Harvard’s Madison Hansen finished third with 3,746 points.

                         Women Indoor Pentathlon                            
                            Points      60H       HJ       SP       LJ      800
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  1 Morgan, Taylor                     8.83    1.67m   12.75m    5.31m  2:24.14
    Princeton                                5-05.75    41-10 17-05.25         
    SR Team Points: 10        3888    (946)    (818)    (711)    (645)    (768)
                              -------------------------------------------------
  2 Frantz, Allison                    8.92    1.67m   10.25m    5.29m  2:18.64
    Dartmouth                                5-05.75  33-07.5 17-04.25         
    SO Team Points: 8         3773    (927)    (818)    (546)    (640)    (842)
                              -------------------------------------------------
  3 Hansen, Madison                    8.81    1.58m   11.55m    5.29m  2:20.81
    Harvard                                  5-02.25 37-10.75 17-04.25         
    SR Team Points: 6         3746    (950)    (712)    (631)    (640)    (813)
                              -------------------------------------------------
  4 Garman, Maria                      9.11    1.79m    9.07m    5.08m  2:19.15
    Dartmouth                                 5-10.5 29-09.25    16-08         
    FR Team Points: 4         3738    (887)    (966)    (469)    (581)    (835)
                              -------------------------------------------------
  5 Morrison, Allison                  9.02    1.70m    8.05m    5.63m  2:20.91
    Harvard                                     5-07    26-05 18-05.75         
    SR Team Points: 2         3713    (906)    (855)    (403)    (738)    (811)
                              -------------------------------------------------
  6 Jancewicz, Noel                    9.15    1.67m   10.98m    4.98m  2:20.89
    Penn                                     5-05.75 36-00.25 16-04.25         
    JR Team Points: 1         3656    (879)    (818)    (594)    (554)    (811)

In the final qualifying event for the day, Harvard rookie Gabrielle Thomas ran the fastest qualifying time of the group – 24.01 – winning her heat by 0.7 seconds over Cornell’s Adrian Jones (24.73). Dartmouth’s Jennifer Meech held off Cornell’s Udeme Akpaete to win the second heat – 24.31 to 24.37. Other qualifiers include Harvard’s Ngozi Musa, Penn’s Imani Sloan, Cornell’s Ellen Shepard, and Penn’s Taylor McCorkle.

 

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