Grabbing Doubles, If They Can

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Time for round three of Akosa vs Menchaca, as the series is even at 1-1 for the day: Akosa holding off Menchaca in the 4×100 anchor leg for the win, and then Menchaca pulling away from Akosa during the 100m final for the win.  How will the men’s 200m final go?  Akosa had the edge afte rhte first 100m but Menchaca pulled away… but another Cornell athlete spoiled the party – Larry Gibson slid in to steal the win over Menchaca as  both went under 21 seconds – 20.96 and 20.99.  We believe this is the first time that two athletes went sub-21 in the 200m final.  Akosa was third in 21.09.  Cornell got 22 points in the event, pulling away from Princeton who only got 6 points in the event.

Event 3  Men 200 Meter Dash
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 Princeton Preferred 200m Lanes                                              
 4-5-6-3-7-8-2-1                                                             
  Ivy League: # 20.34  2003        Chris Lambert, Harvard                    
Championship: C 20.72  1987        Steve Morgan, Princeton                   
        IC4A: I 22.20                                                        
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind Points 
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Gibson, Larry             SR Cornell                  20.96I  1.4  10    
  2 Menchaca, Zach            FR Cornell                  20.99I  1.4   8    
  3 Akosa, Carrington         SO Princeton                21.09I  1.4   6    
  4 Beck, Alex                FR Cornell                  21.17I  1.4   4    
  5 Kelly, Ryan               SR Brown                    21.18I  1.4   2    
  6 Mondelli, Max             SO Harvard                  21.33I  1.4   1
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                          Men - Team Rankings - 17 Events Scored             
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    1) Cornell                    161        2) Princeton                 142
    3) Penn                        75        4) Yale                       38
    4) Brown                       38        6) Dartmouth                  28
    7) Harvard                     25        8) Columbia                   20

Harvard’s Gabrielle Thomas easily earned her second individual win of the day by winning the women’s 200m final in 23.38 – a new meet record by 0.27 seconds.  Thomas had the race in the bag 50 meters into the race.  Cornell junior Adrian Jones also went sub-24 for a new personal best, running the seventh fastest time in meet history and conference history.  Penn’s Taylor McCorkle finished in third with a new personal best by 0.02 seconds – 23.96.

Event 4  Women 200 Meter Dash
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 Princeton Preferred 200m Lanes                                              
 4-5-6-3-7-8-2-1                                                             
  Ivy League: # 22.75  3/31/2016   Gabrielle Thomas, Harvard                 
Championship: C 23.65  2011        Sharay Hale, Columbia                     
        ECAC: E 24.74                                                        
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind Points 
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Thomas, Gabrielle         FR Harvard                  23.38C +0.0  10    
  2 Jones, Adrian             JR Cornell                  23.84E +0.0   8    
  3 McCorkle, Taylor          SO Penn                     23.96E +0.0   6    
  4 Meech, Jennifer           SR Dartmouth                24.13E +0.0   4    
  5 Solan, Imani              FR Penn                     24.25E +0.0   2    
  6 Cunningham, Ashley        SR Columbia                 24.36E +0.0   1

After a few hours, the decathlon pole vault has finally wrapped up.  Dartmouth’s Nico Robinson got the best clearance of 15-00 1/4 to get 784 points.  Dartmouth rookie Benjamin Ose finished in second place with a height of 14-08 1/4, while Cornell’s Austin Jamerson was third with 14-04 1/2.  Jamerson still leads the overall decathlon competition with 6060 points, while Robinson closed the gap as he has 5995.  Ose moved into third ahead of Harvard’s Mark Hill – 5580 to 5527 points.

The men’s 5000m had 31 entries on the start list, but the headliners are defending champion Thomas Awad of Penn, Outdoor Heps 10k champion Ben Rainero of Cornell, steeplechase champion Nick Tuck of Penn, Brown’s Will Sheeran, Dartmouth’s Daniel Salas, Harvard’s Brendan Price, and Indoor Heps 5km champ Joey Chapin of Dartmouth.  Salas was the early leader, with Rainero-Awad-Sheeran-Price sitting in second through fifth as the group went through 1600m in 4:35.  The top 5 order has not changed as the group passes by with 6 laps to go.  Chapin sits in sixth place with 6 laps to go.  Salas moved out into lane 2 and drops out with 5 laps to go, and the leader is now Rainero, who promptly slows the pace to 72 seconds for the lap, possibly making it a kicker’s race in the final lap.  Top three were Rainero, Awad, and Sheeran at 4 laps to go.  Three laps to go and Princeton’s Jeremy Spiezo takes over the lead and Awad moves to the outside lanes to regain position on Spiezo’s shoulder.  Two laps to go in 12:15 and Rainero-Awad are even for the lead.  Awad fell with 500m to go after getting tangled up with another athlete, and Rainero is the new leader. Chapin tripped over Awad and fell.  Sheeran is on the outside while Columbia’s Mark Violone is in third.  Both Awad and Chapin get back up and attempt to get back into the race, but Awad dropped out with 300m to go.  Sheeran and Rainero battle it out on the final lap and are even going into the final 100m.  Rainero sprints away at the top of the final 100m and takes the distance double with a 57 second final lapin 14:17.26.  Columbia’s rookie Brian Zabliski found a final gear and sprinted past Sheeran to take second place.  After the race was done, Awad ran up to Rainero and hugged him, showing an ultimate sign of good sportsmanship.   Chapin recovered to finish in fifth place.

Event 11  Men 5000 Meter Run
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  Ivy League: # 13:30.79  1985        Jim Sapienza, Dartmouth                
Championship: C 13:53.74  1987        Ron Harris, Navy                       
        IC4A: I 14:45.00                                                     
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Rainero, Ben              SR Cornell               14:17.26I  10                                                            
  2 Zabilski, Brian           FR Columbia              14:18.42I   8                                       
  3 Sheeran, Will             SR Brown                 14:18.74I   6                                                               
  4 Tedder, Mark              JR Cornell               14:19.34I   4                                                             
  5 Chapin, Joey              SR Dartmouth             14:21.92I   2             
  6 Price, Brandon            JR Harvard               14:25.18I   1

Harvard’s Nikki Okwelogu extended her shot put reign for another year as she won by 12 feet, 56-03, just shy of her record that she set last year.  She also won the discus title yesterday in a new meet record. This win secures the team title for Harvard for the fourth year in a row.

Event 36  Women Shot Put
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  Ivy League: #  56-10  2015        Nikki Okwelogu, Harvard                      
Championship: C  56-10  5/10/2015   Nikki Okwelogu, Harvard                      
        ECAC: E 13.60m                                                           
    Name                    Year School                  Finals            Points
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Finals                                                                           
  1 Okwelogu, Nikki           JR Harvard                 17.14mE  56-03.00  10   
      16.56m  16.78m  FOUL  16.41m  17.14m  16.52m                               
  2 Morris, Leena             FR Cornell                 13.62mE  44-08.25   8   
      12.92m  12.82m  13.42m  13.62m  FOUL  12.98m                               
  3 Morgan, Taylor            SR Princeton               13.42m   44-00.50   6   
      12.42m  12.33m  12.82m  13.42m  13.24m  12.11m                             
  4 Drayton, Taylor           SO Cornell                 13.29m   43-07.25   4   
      12.86m  12.11m  12.50m  13.29m  12.13m  13.26m                             
  5 O'Dell, Kennedy           SO Princeton               13.22m   43-04.50   2   
      12.89m  FOUL  12.85m  FOUL  FOUL  13.22m                                   
  6 Bazile, Michelle          SO Brown                   13.00m   42-08.00   1   
      12.63m  13.00m  12.07m  12.91m  12.88m  12.85m

So the internet decided to rebuffer my webstream at the start of the women’s 5km, and I cannot do a play by play of the race at this time.  But from what we can tell on Twitter, there was a tight front pack of five women at the bell lap which included Dartmouth’s Dana Giordano.  Giordano – who won the 1500m earlier in the day – used her 1500m speed to outkick the field late and grabbed her second individual title of the day in 16:33.39.  Columbia’s Henna Rustami did her best to keep up with Giordano and got rewarded with a runner-up finish, 16:33.92.  Columbia also got third place with Natalie Tanner in 16:36.69.  Giordano became the first Ivy woman to ever win the 1500m and 5000m in the same championships.

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Event 12  Women 5000 Meter Run
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  Ivy League: # 15:11.35  2013        Abbey D'Agostino, Dartmouth            
Championship: C 16:10.93  1983        Lynn Jennings, Princeton               
        ECAC: E 17:16.64                                                     
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Giordano, Dana            SR Dartmouth             16:33.39E  10                                                                
  2 Rustami, Henna            JR Columbia              16:33.92E   8                                                               
  3 Tanner, Natalie           JR Columbia              16:36.69E   6                                                             
  4 de La Bruyere, Emily      SR Princeton             16:36.91E   4                                                               
  5 Fluehr, Kathryn           SR Princeton             16:44.67E   2                                                               
  6 Kellner, Caroline         SR Cornell               16:49.06E   1

In the decathlon, Penn’s Luke Krouse won the javelin throw with the best distance of 179-10, being the only athlete to go farther than 170 feet in the competition.  Knouse winning the event did not have a major impact on the overall standings as Cornell’s Austin Jamerson still leads (6624) and is expected to win the Outdoor Heps title over Dartmouth’s Nico Robinson (6425).  Dartmouth’s Benjamin Ose widened his lead over Harvard’s Mark Hill in the battle for third place – 6193 to 6001.  The 1,500m remains for these men.

Onto the relays.

Harvard managed to grab the Outdoor Heps 4×800 title to go with their Indoor Heps 4×800 title from this past February.  They were near the back of the race for the first two legs, but a strong third leg by Thomas Negron brought them into second behind Princeton going into the anchor.  there, Myles Marshall ran sub 1:50 to pass Princeton’s Luke Brahm to take the lead and the win in 7:28.04.  Princeton was second in 7:28.75, edging out a late charge by Cornell’s James Gowans as Cornell finished in third with the same time.

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Event 25  Men 4x800 Meter Relay
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  Ivy League: # 7:20.41  4/28/2016   , Columbia                                 
                         Langstaff, Ritz, Sauer, Napolitano                     
Championship: C 7:20.53  2012        Columbia                                   
                         Feigen, Fish, Merber, McFann                           
        IC4A: I 7:43.00                                                         
    School                                               Finals  Points         
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Finals                                                                          
  1 Harvard                                             7:28.04I  10            
     1) Montague, Gabe SO               2) Epps, Malik SR                       
     3) Negron, Thomas JR               4) Marshall, Myles FR                   
   1:54.176 (1:54.176)     3:46.622 (1:52.446)     5:38.245 (1:51.623)          
   7:28.039 (1:49.795)                                                          
  2 Princeton                                           7:28.75I   8    7:28.741
     1) Aririguzoh, Franklin FR         2) O'Toole, Garrett SO                  
     3) Kauppila, Noah SO               4) Brahm, Luke SR                       
   1:53.909 (1:53.909)     3:46.259 (1:52.350)     5:37.747 (1:51.489)          
   7:28.741 (1:50.994)                                                          
  3 Cornell                                             7:28.75I   6    7:28.749
     1) Admirand, Rutger JR             2) Baxter, Sam SR                       
     3) McGowen, Matt FR                4) Gowans, James JR                     
   1:53.452 (1:53.452)     3:46.302 (1:52.851)     5:38.923 (1:52.622)          
   7:28.749 (1:49.827)                                                          
  4 Brown                                               7:29.11I   4            
     1) Haensel, Max SO                 2) Emrich, Zachery SO                   
     3) Bermel, Christian SR            4) Willig, Ned SR                       
   1:54.155 (1:54.155)     3:46.231 (1:52.077)     5:39.670 (1:53.439)          
   7:29.106 (1:49.437)                                                          
  5 Columbia                                            7:29.25I   2            
     1) Click, Taylor SR                2) Sauer, Alek FR                       
     3) Ritz, Sam FR                    4) Napolitano, Rob JR                   
   1:53.511 (1:53.511)     3:46.312 (1:52.801)     5:39.498 (1:53.186)          
   7:29.249 (1:49.752)                                                          
  6 Penn                                                7:30.20I   1            
     1) Mangini, Clark JR               2) Hatler, Chris JR                     
     3) Novak, Joseph FR                4) Graca, Elias FR                      
   1:53.714 (1:53.714)     3:46.687 (1:52.973)     5:39.172 (1:52.486)          
   7:30.192 (1:51.020)

In the women’s 4×800 relay, Columbia defended their title with a sub-2:10 anchor leg by Sarah Hardie – the only sub-2:10 clocking in the entire race – to pass Princeton on the anchor leg.  Columbia won in 8:44.10 to Princeton’s 8:45.21.

Event 26  Women 4x800 Meter Relay
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  Ivy League: # 8:27.26  2013        , Princeton                             
                         O'Neil, Feldman, C.Barowski, Mikaelian              
Championship: C 8:38.05  2012        Princeton                               
                         O'Neil, Mikaelian, Higgins, Feldman                 
        ECAC: E 9:16.24                                                      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Columbia                                            8:44.10E  10         
     1) Wade, Brittney JR               2) Kokes, Libby FR                   
     3) Sadler, Olivia SR               4) Hardie, Sarah SO                  
   2:10.094 (2:10.094)     4:23.664 (2:13.570)     6:34.859 (2:11.195)       
   8:44.091 (2:09.233)                                                       
  2 Princeton                                           8:45.51E   8         
     1) Hanss, Kaitlin JR               2) Sims, Zoe JR                      
     3) Forte, Ashley SO                4) Jurew, Anna FR                    
   2:11.020 (2:11.020)     4:20.693 (2:09.674)     6:33.538 (2:12.845)       
   8:45.509 (2:11.972)                                                       
  3 Brown                                               8:47.57E   6         
     1) Van Pernis, Alexis SO           2) Peabody, Clare SO                 
     3) Noordam, Jeanine SO             4) Worthy, Taylor JR                 
   2:11.077 (2:11.077)     4:22.400 (2:11.323)     6:37.259 (2:14.860)       
   8:47.561 (2:10.302)                                                       
  4 Cornell                                             8:52.68E   4         
     1) Niedrach, Kristen SR            2) Triller, Leah SO                  
     3) Nolan, Libby JR                 4) Hugard, Shannon SO                
   2:11.619 (2:11.619)     4:24.439 (2:12.820)     6:40.031 (2:15.593)       
   8:52.674 (2:12.643)                                                       
  5 Penn                                                8:52.72E   2         
     1) Celata, Carey JR                2) Montgomery, Ashley JR             
     3) Alm, Gina SO                    4) Wurth, Ella JR                    
   2:11.730 (2:11.730)     4:28.143 (2:16.413)     6:42.468 (2:14.325)       
   8:52.717 (2:10.249)                                                       
  6 Yale                                                8:53.20E   1         
     1) Schmiede, Frances JR            2) Raphael, Kate SO                  
     3) McDonnell, Shannon SR           4) Waligurski, Emily JR              
   2:12.146 (2:12.146)     4:28.573 (2:16.427)     6:40.921 (2:12.349)       
   8:53.192 (2:12.272)

Cornell’s Austin Jamerson gave his team another 10 points by winning the decathlon with a new personal best score of 7161 points.  Dartmouth got 14 points from Nico Robinson – who flirted with the 7000 point barrier with 6997 points – and rookie Benjamin Ose, 6754 points.  Princeton’s Byran Oslin had a great final event, the 1500m, to move into fourth place (6575) and passing Harvard’s Mark Hill (fifth – 6409 points).  Penn’s Luke Krouse rounded out the scorers with 6182 points.  The triple jump is the only remaining individual event for the men.

Cornell also claimed the final men’s track event for the day – the 4×400 – but in a more nail-biting experience than in the decathlon.  Tobe Attah had to run down Outdoor Heps 400m champ Marc-Andre Alexandre of Yale on the anchor leg, who had about a 0.2 second lead going into the final leg.  Attah ran a 47.2 split to Alexandre’s 48.2.  With this win, Cornell broke the 200 point barrier – a first in Ivy history.  And they can expand upon that with the results of the men’s triple jump!

Event 23  Men 4x400 Meter Relay
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  Ivy League: # 3:05.86  2011        , Princeton                             
                         Hopkins, Dinkins, Eddy, Hollimon                    
Championship: C 3:10.37  2002        Penn                                    
                         Abram, Kolade, Burley, Edmonds                      
        IC4A: I 3:17.60                                                      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Cornell                                             3:12.27I  10         
     1) Smith, Michael SO               2) Curtis, Wynndham JR               
     3) Gibson, Larry SR                4) Attah, Tobe JR                    
       46.411 (46.411)       1:37.099 (50.688)       2:25.048 (47.950)       
     3:12.269 (47.221)                                                       
  2 Yale                                                3:13.03I   8         
     1) Alexandre, Marc-Andre JR        2) Hill, Connor FR                   
     3) McDonald, Alexander SR          4) McIntyre, Alexander FR            
       45.948 (45.948)       1:35.546 (49.598)       2:24.804 (49.259)       
     3:13.029 (48.225)                                                       
  3 Brown                                               3:14.54I   6         
     1) Kelly, Ryan SR                  2) Zemis, Nik FR                     
     3) Green, Raul JR                  4) Oyewole, Oluwatosin SO            
       47.047 (47.047)       1:36.985 (49.939)       2:27.414 (50.430)       
     3:14.540 (47.127)                                                       
  4 Columbia                                            3:14.69I   4         
     1) Busby, Ronald JR                2) Calvin, Yelnats SR                
     3) Sowah, Johanan JR               4) Hammond, Corey SR                 
       45.860 (45.860)       1:37.664 (51.804)       2:26.523 (48.859)       
     3:14.687 (48.165)                                                       
  5 Penn                                                3:15.00I   2         
     1) Wiseman, Jeff SO                2) Finch, Ryan FR                    
     3) Fitzgerald, Kory FR             4) Magaha, Drew SR                   
       48.991 (48.991)       1:36.885 (47.895)       2:26.158 (49.273)       
     3:14.996 (48.838)                                                       
  6 Dartmouth                                           3:15.05I   1         
     1) Cariati, Amos SO                2) Eschholz, Alec FR                 
     3) Johnson, Parker FR              4) Wagner, Edward SR                 
       48.273 (48.273)       1:38.064 (49.792)       2:26.730 (48.667)       
     3:15.047 (48.318)

And Cornell does, as Bobby Plummer got a huge new personal best in the triple jump to secure the win – 52-05 1/2, wind-aided – over Harvard’s Efe Uwaifo (51-09 3/4).

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  Ivy League: # 54-02.75  2008        Muhammad Halim, Cornell                         
Championship: C    53-07  2007        Muhammad Halim, Cornell                         
        IC4A: I   14.45m                                                              
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind           Points
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  1 Plummer, Bobby            JR Cornell                 15.99m   2.5  52-05.50  10   
     15.28m(-5.3) FOUL      15.77m(1.5) 15.43m(4.1) FOUL      15.99m(2.5)             
  2 Uwaifo, Efe               JR Harvard                 15.79mI  1.4  51-09.75   8   
     14.83m(0.5) 15.33m(0.4) 14.90m(-3.7) 15.65m(1.2) 15.79m(1.4) 15.65m(2.5)         
  3 Donawa, Justin            FR Dartmouth               15.36mI  0.3  50-04.75   6   
     14.58m(1.2) 14.81m(-0.6) 15.36m(0.3) 15.16m(2.0) 14.99m(-1.1) 14.91m(0.4)        
  4 Alarcon, Taylor           JR Brown                   15.20mI  1.6  49-10.50   4   
     14.21m(1.1) 14.95m(1.3) 14.81m(1.8) 14.95m(-1.6) 14.84m(0.9) 15.20m(1.6)         
  5 Amokwandoh, Stefan        FR Princeton               15.08mI  0.5  49-05.75   2   
     14.73m(0.7) 14.81m(-0.4) FOUL      15.08m(0.5) FOUL      15.00m(2.8)             
  6 Russell, Lane             SO Princeton               14.79mI  1.1  48-06.25   1   
     14.58m(2.4) 14.61m(-1.5) 14.79m(1.1) FOUL      14.76m(1.0) PASS
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                          Men - Team Rankings - 22 Events Scored                      
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    1) Cornell                    211        2) Princeton                 157         
    3) Penn                        79        4) Brown                      58         
    5) Dartmouth                   51        6) Yale                       46         
    6) Harvard                     46        8) Columbia                   34

The women’s field events are complete now that we have the high jump results.  Dartmouth’s Kaitlin Whitehorn earned her third Outdoor Heps high jump title by clearing 5-10, fighting off a pair of freshmen – Brown’s Nicie Jennelle Grier-Spratley (2nd – 5-07 1/4) and Cornell’s Kate Gulbrandsen (3rd – 5-07 1/4).

Event 30  Women High Jump
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 Progression: 1.58, 1.63, 1.68, 1.71 , 1.74, 1.76 +2cm                           
  Ivy League: # 6-06.75  2001        Dora Gyorffy, Harvard                       
Championship: C 6-03.50  1998        Dora Gyorffy, Harvard                       
        ECAC: E   1.71m                                                          
    Name                    Year School                  Finals            Points
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Finals                                                                           
  1 Whitehorn, Kaitlin        SR Dartmouth                1.78mE   5-10.00  10   
     1.58 1.63 1.68 1.71 1.74 1.76 1.78 1.80 1.82 1.84                           
      PPP  PPP  PPP    O   XO  PPP   XO  PPP  PPP  XXX                           
  2 Grier-Spratley, Nicie Je  FR Brown                    1.71mE   5-07.25   8   
     1.58 1.63 1.68 1.71 1.74                                                    
        O    O  XXO    O  XXX                                                    
  3 Gulbrandsen, Kate         SO Cornell                  1.71mE   5-07.25   6   
     1.58 1.63 1.68 1.71 1.74                                                    
      PPP   XO  XXO    O  XXX                                                    
  4 Ibe, Nnenna               FR Princeton                1.71mE   5-07.25   4   
     1.58 1.63 1.68 1.71 1.74                                                    
        O    O  XXO  XXO  XXX                                                    
  5 Nizdil, Raegan            JR Harvard                  1.68m    5-06.00   2   
     1.58 1.63 1.68 1.71                                                         
      PPP   XO    O  XXX                                                         
  6 DeJournett, Shanelle      JR Brown                    1.68m    5-06.00   1   
     1.58 1.63 1.68 1.71                                                         
      PPP  XXO    O  XXX

The final event for the women is the 4×400 relay.   Since Princeton has Cecilia Barowski running their anchor leg, the rest of the field would need to make sure that they had a good distance ahead of the Lady Tiger squad before Barowski got the baton if they wanted a chance to win the race.  But Princeton made sure they got the baton to Barowski in the lead as Meghan McMullin did on her third leg.  Barowski brought the baton home for the win in 3:42.98.

Event 24  Women 4x400 Meter Relay
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  Ivy League: # 3:31.77  2015        , Cornell                               
                         Woodford, Kolliesuah, Radoslav, Akpaete             
Championship: C 3:34.78  5/10/2015   Cornell                                 
                         K Woodford, Z Kolliesuah, T Radoslav, U Akpaete     
        ECAC: E 3:51.84                                                      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Princeton                                           3:42.98E  10         
     1) Steele, Elisa JR                2) Parker, Quinn SO                  
     3) McMullin, Meghan SR             4) Barowski, Cecilia SR              
       55.718 (55.718)       1:53.409 (57.692)       2:50.293 (56.884)       
     3:42.978 (52.685)                                                       
  2 Cornell                                             3:43.91E   8         
     1) Quigley, Kat FR                 2) Radoslav, Taysia SO               
     3) Bianco, Ellery FR               4) Akpaete, Udeme SR                 
       54.753 (54.753)       1:51.779 (57.026)       2:49.646 (57.868)       
     3:43.904 (54.258)                                                       
  3 Columbia                                            3:44.51E   6         
     1) McCormack, Mariella SR          2) Obeng-Akrofi, Akua SO             
     3) Petersen, Sydney SO             4) Parker, Jaycee SR                 
       53.500 (53.500)       1:53.318 (59.818)       2:50.619 (57.302)       
     3:44.505 (53.886)                                                       
  4 Dartmouth                                           3:45.39E   4         
     1) Evans, Marissa SO               2) Gilding, Kayla FR                 
     3) Kikut, Sara SR                  4) Meech, Jennifer SR                
       55.535 (55.535)     1:55.606 (1:00.071)       2:51.622 (56.016)       
     3:45.386 (53.765)                                                       
  5 Penn                                                3:45.43E   2         
     1) McCorkle, Taylor SO             2) Solan, Imani FR                   
     3) Hlatky, Rachel SR               4) Hennig, Taylor SR                 
       57.453 (57.453)       1:54.070 (56.618)       2:49.713 (55.643)       
     3:45.421 (55.709)                                                       
  6 Harvard                                             3:46.91E   1         
     1) Deppen, Sylvia JR               2) Gallagher, Kieran SR              
     3) Hansen, Madison SR              4) Scott, Christi SR                 
       56.625 (56.625)       1:52.693 (56.068)       2:51.746 (59.053)       
     3:46.906 (55.160)
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                        Women - Team Rankings - 22 Events Scored             
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    1) Harvard                    160        2) Princeton                 139
    3) Cornell                    107        4) Columbia                   85
    5) Dartmouth                   81        6) Brown                      51
    7) Penn                        47        8) Yale                       12

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