Wrapping Up Day 1


Heat Sheets/Live Results

The end of Day 1 included the scoring of the long jump and weight throw competitions as well as the completion of the first half of the men’s heptathlon.

Harvard’s Gabrielle Thomas was able to get her 200m qualifying run in between her turns at the long jump, where she ended up winning her first Heps title with a distance of 18-09.  Columbia’s Anna Williams settled for second place with 18-06.

Women Long Jump Finals                                                                           
  1 Thomas, Gabrielle         FR Harvard                  5.71m@  18-09.00  10   
      5.63m  5.50m  5.28m  5.71m  PASS  PASS                                     
  2 Williams, Anna            JR Columbia                 5.64m   18-06.00   8   
      5.57m  5.41m  5.36m  5.64m  5.56m  5.35m                                   
  3 DeJournett, Shanelle      JR Brown                    5.57m   18-03.25   6   
      FOUL  5.29m  5.57m  FOUL  FOUL  FOUL                                       
  4 Williams, O'Sha           SR Brown                    5.55m   18-02.50   4   
      5.17m  5.41m  5.55m  5.51m  5.44m  FOUL                                    
  5 Ronde, Sara               SR Princeton                5.51m   18-01.00   2   
      5.51m  5.43m  5.39m  FOUL  5.41m  5.44m                                    
  6 Sonaike, Adefunke         SR Columbia                 5.50m   18-00.50   1   
      5.45m  5.42m  5.40m  4.85m  5.48m  5.50m

In the women’s weight throw, it was rookies that made up the top 3 spots.  Cornell’s Leena Morris dominated the event by over 1 meter, winning with a 19.46 meters (63-10 1/4).  Morris’ mark is the 4th best in meet history and #3 in Ivy League history.  Cornell’s Autumn Covington and Penn’s Rachel Wilson both threw 18.11 meters (59-05) but Covington had the next best mark and was awarded the runner-up medal and points.  Wilson finished third.

Weight Throw Finals                                                                           
  1 Morris, Leena             FR Cornell                 19.46m@  63-10.25  10   
      16.75m  17.57m  17.80m  19.46m  17.84m  16.28m                             
  2 Covington, Autumn         FR Cornell                 18.11m@  59-05.00   8   
      17.19m  17.22m  18.11m  17.35m  FOUL  FOUL                                 
  3 Wilson, Rachel            FR Penn                   J18.11m@  59-05.00   6   
      16.32m  18.11m  16.34m  16.92m  16.86m  17.05m                             
  4 O'Dell, Kennedy           SO Princeton               17.33m@  56-10.25   4   
      FOUL  16.40m  FOUL  FOUL  17.33m  16.59m                                   
  5 Rowe, Brielle             SR Princeton               16.88m@  55-04.75   2   
      16.68m  16.05m  16.88m  16.10m  16.52m  16.43m                             
  6 Offiaeli, Maxine          SO Brown                   16.54m@  54-03.25   1   
      16.54m  FOUL  FOUL  14.05m  FOUL  15.26m
                         Women - Team Rankings - 5 Events Scored                 
    1) Harvard                     31.50     2) Dartmouth                  30    
    3) Princeton                   29        4) Cornell                    25.50 
    5) Brown                       19        6) Penn                       11    
    7) Columbia                     9

Going into Day 2, Cornell leads with the number of qualifiers (12), followed by Princeton and Harvard (11 each), Penn and Dartmouth (10), Columbia (6), Brown and Yale (3 each).

Meanwhile for the heptathlon, Cornell’s Austin Jamerson had the best high jump performance with a height of 6-09 3/4.  The performance wasn’t enough to move him into first overall in the heptathlon scoring – Princeton’s Jake Scinto still sits atop of the leaderboard with 3193 points.  Jamerson is in second with 3095 points.  Princeton’s Bryan Oslin sits in third with 2894 points.  Harvard’s Mark Hill (2859), Dartmouth’s Nico Robinson (2684) and Penn’s Luke Knouse (2618) round out potential scorers.

Action will continue tomorrow morning at 11am.  You can watch the meet through the Ivy League Digital Network starting at noon ET.

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