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The men’s 100m final only has three teams – Cornell, Princeton, and Brown, the bulk of which are in Red and Orange/Black.  Cornell rookie Zach Menchaca has the fastest seed time and preliminary time, while Princeton’s Carrington Akosa and Charles Volker have the potential to upset Menchaca when racing head-to-head.   Fair start for the field, and while Menchaca did not have the best start but he pulled away in the final 50m to get his first title in 10.41 – tied for fourth best in meet history and tied for sixth in conference history.  Akosa also broke 10.50, getting runner-up in 10.49, ninth best in meet history.  Cornell got 17 points to Princeton’s 14 in this event, with five scorers being either a freshman or a sophomore.

Event 1  Men 100 Meter Dash
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  Ivy League: # 10.29  1983        Doug Harris, Penn                         
Championship: C 10.29  1983        Doug Harris, Penn                         
        IC4A: I 11.00                                                        
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind Points 
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Menchaca, Zach            FR Cornell                  10.41I  1.7  10    
  2 Akosa, Carrington         SO Princeton                10.49I  1.7   8    
  3 Volker, Charles           FR Princeton                10.56I  1.7   6    
  4 Beck, Alex                FR Cornell                  10.57I  1.7   4    
  5 Paulino, Brailin          SO Cornell                  10.58I  1.7   2    
  6 Hynes, Ryan               SR Cornell                  10.66I  1.7   1
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The latest field result comes from the women’s javelin, where Penn’s Kelsey Hay became the second woman in Ivy history to win three titles in this event.  She won in 152-07, while her teammates Serena Graf and Lisa Sesink-Clee finished fifth and sixth.  Dartmouth also picked up some good points as Olivia Wiener and Bridget Douglas finished second and fourth, while Kacie Hargett of Cornell was third.

 

 

 

Event 40  Women Javelin Throw
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  Ivy League: # 167-10  2015        Kelsey Hay, Penn                             
Championship: C 164-01  2014        Kelsey Hay, Penn                             
        ECAC: E 41.40m                                                           
    Name                    Year School                  Finals            Points
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Finals                                                                           
  1 Hay, Kelsey               SR Penn                    46.52mE    152-07  10   
      44.38m  FOUL  40.64m  42.08m  44.09m  46.52m                               
  2 Wiener, Olivia            FR Dartmouth               41.93mE    137-07   8   
      41.93m  40.12m  FOUL  39.85m  39.18m  37.86m                               
  3 Hargett, Kacie            JR Cornell                 40.43m     132-08   6   
      39.92m  40.30m  38.46m  38.51m  40.43m  38.10m                             
  4 Douglas, Bridget          SO Dartmouth               40.33m     132-04   4   
      40.33m  37.97m  39.96m  40.27m  38.04m  37.65m                             
  5 Graf, Serena              SR Penn                    40.05m     131-05   2   
      40.05m  36.49m  FOUL  FOUL  38.14m  FOUL                                   
  6 Sesink-Clee, Lisa         JR Penn                    39.79m     130-06   1   
      38.85m  FOUL  36.90m  37.31m  39.79m  37.26m

The women’s 100m title was decided by the 50m mark as Harvard’s Gabrielle Thomas pulled away from the field at that point to win by 0.25 seconds over teammate Nzogi Musa – 11.55 to 11.80 – to give Harvard another 18 points in the team battle.  Thomas’ mark is a new meet record, but it was the slowest 100m time Thomas has run so far this year.  But note – it was run into a headwind.

Event 2  Women 100 Meter Dash
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  Ivy League: # 11.30  3/31/2016   Gabrielle Thomas, Harvard                 
  Ivy League: # 11.63                                                        
Championship: C 11.59  5/10/2015   Danielle Barbian, Harvard                 
        ECAC: E 12.08                                                        
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind Points 
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Thomas, Gabrielle         FR Harvard                  11.55C -1.1  10    
  2 Musa, Ngozi               FR Harvard                  11.80E -1.1   8    
  3 McCorkle, Taylor          SO Penn                     11.82E -1.1   6    
  4 Jones, Adrian             JR Cornell                  11.84E -1.1   4    
  5 Cunningham, Ashley        SR Columbia                 11.91E -1.1   2    
  6 Cureton, Sydney           SR Yale                     11.95E -1.1   1

The men’s high jump title went to the defending champion Mylez Lazarou of Cornell with a new season’s best height of 7-00 1/4.  There was a three way time for second place at 6-11 with Cornell’s Stephen Afadapa, Penn’s Mike Monroe, and Princeton’s Xavier Bledsoe.  Second place is the best ever finish for Afadapa at a Heps championships.  Decathlon leader Austin Jamerson finished fifth in this event with 6-09 3/4, while Penn’s Ian Kirk was the final scorer with 6-08 3/4.

Event 29  Men High Jump
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  Ivy League: #  7-07  2002        Tora Harris, Princeton                        
Championship: C  7-07  2002        Tora Harris, Princeton                        
        IC4A: I 2.02m                                                            
    Name                    Year School                  Finals            Points
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Finals                                                                           
  1 Lazarou, Myles            SO Cornell                  2.14mI   7-00.25  10   
     1.92 1.97 2.02 2.05 2.08 2.11 2.14 2.17                                     
      PPP  PPP    O    O    O    O    O  XXX                                     
  2 Afadapa, Stephen          SR Cornell                  2.11mI   6-11.00   6   
     1.92 1.97 2.02 2.05 2.08 2.11 2.14                                          
      PPP   XO    O    O    O    O  XXX                                          
  2 Monroe, Michael           SO Penn                     2.11mI   6-11.00   6   
     1.92 1.97 2.02 2.05 2.08 2.11 2.14                                          
      PPP  PPP  PPP   XO    O    O  XXX                                          
  2 Bledsoe, Xavier           JR Princeton                2.11mI   6-11.00   6   
     1.92 1.97 2.02 2.05 2.08 2.11 2.14                                          
      PPP    O   XO    O    O    O  XXX                                          
  5 Jamerson, Austin          JR Cornell                  2.08mI   6-09.75   2   
     1.92 1.97 2.02 2.05 2.08 2.11 2.14                                          
      PPP   XO    O  XPP    O  PPP  XXX                                          
  6 Kirk, Ian                 SO Penn                     2.05mI   6-08.75   1   
     1.92 1.97 2.02 2.05 2.08 2.11                                               
      PPP    O    O    O  XPP  PXX

Princeton looks to close in on the gap with Cornell in the men’s 800m final as Princeton has two athletes – Josh Ingalls and Noah Kauppila – while Cornell does not have any finalists.  Could get a 1-2 finish?  The field will be tough.  Harvard’s Myles Marshall was first at the break but Brown’s Ned Willig took over the lead after 300m and has the lead att he bell in 53.29.  Columbia’s Alex Sauer was in third at the bell behind Marshall.  Willig has a 10m lead with 100m to go and Marshall begins his move in the final stretch but Willig holds on to grab his first outdoor individual title – 1:48.63 – in his final Heps individual race of his Ivy career.  Willig’s time is just outside the top-10 in meet history.  Marshall finished second with 1:49.16 while Sauer was third in 1:49.38.  Kauppila was the only Princeton scorer in fourth place.

Event 7  Men 800 Meter Run
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  Ivy League: # 1:44.91  2000        Trinity Gray, Brown                     
Championship: C 1:46.07  2000        Trinity Gray, Brown                     
        IC4A: I 1:54.00                                                      
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Willig, Ned               SR Brown                  1:48.63I  10         
       53.317 (53.317)       1:48.629 (55.313)                               
  2 Marshall, Myles           FR Harvard                1:49.16I   8         
       53.667 (53.667)       1:49.154 (55.487)                               
  3 Sauer, Alek               FR Columbia               1:49.38I   6         
       53.822 (53.822)       1:49.371 (55.550)                               
  4 Kauppila, Noah            SO Princeton              1:50.41I   4         
       54.435 (54.435)       1:50.401 (55.967)                               
  5 Emrich, Zachery           SO Brown                  1:51.57I   2         
       54.029 (54.029)       1:51.561 (57.533)                               
  6 Magaha, Drew              SR Penn                   1:51.76I   1         
       56.063 (56.063)       1:51.760 (55.698)

The women’s triple jump resulted in two women named Williams going 1-2, like they did in Indoor Heps… but it was a different lineup as Columbia’s Anna Williams won her first Heps title with a distance of 42-04, a new personal best and ninth best in conference history.  Brown’s O’Sha Williams – who won the Outdoor Heps long jump title yesterday – was in second with 41-10 1/2, tying her season’s best.  Columbia also grabbed third place with Adefunke Sonaike with a distance of 40-07 3/4.

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  Ivy League: #  44-02  2015        Nadia Eke, Columbia                               
Championship: C  44-02  2015        Nadia Eke, Columbia                               
        ECAC: E 12.05m                                                                
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Wind           Points
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Finals                                                                                
  1 Williams, Anna            JR Columbia                12.90mE  0.7  42-04.00  10   
     12.17m(+0.0) 12.51m(-2.1) FOUL(1.6) 12.61m(-1.2) 12.90m(0.7) 12.74m(-1.9)        
  2 Williams, O'Sha           SR Brown                   12.76mE -1.2  41-10.50   8   
     12.52m(1.9) 12.76m(-1.2) 12.43m(0.1) 12.41m(1.0) 12.49m(1.5) 12.56m(-1.3)        
  3 Sonaike, Adefunke         SR Columbia                12.39mE  0.7  40-07.75   6   
     FOUL(1.2) 11.72m(1.1) 11.76m(1.4) 11.65m(0.5) 12.39m(0.7) 11.89m(1.4)            
  4 Ezidiegwu, Christabel     FR Cornell                 12.04m  +0.0  39-06.00   4   
     12.04m(+0.0) 11.90m(+0.0) 11.66m(1.5) 11.22m(-0.6) FOUL(1.0) 11.43m(-0.0)        
  5 Churchill, Chelsie        JR Brown                   11.83m  -1.0  38-09.75   2   
     FOUL(1.2) FOUL(1.4) 11.59m(2.7) 11.83m(-1.0) 11.63m(-2.0) 11.76m(1.7)            
  6 Grant, Eleonore           SR Cornell                 11.76m   0.1  38-07.00   1   
     FOUL(+0.0) 11.65m(2.1) 11.08m(1.1) 11.08m(-1.2) 11.76m(0.1) 10.97m(1.6)

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The women’s 800m is a pretty open race without Princeton’s Cecilia Barowski running, but it will still be competitive with Columbia’s Sarah Hardie, Yale’s Shannon McDonnell, and Princeton’s Ashley Forte in the field.  Hardie, Forte, and Brown’s Taylor Worthy were even at the bell to run 67 for the first 400m.  With 200m to go, Forte was on the inside while Worthy was on the shoulder.  But going into the final 100m Columbia’s Brittney Wade sprinted out from sixth place into the lead and steals the win by 10 meters in 2:10.23, while Hardie made her move after Wade and finished in second place in 2:11.12.  The final 200m split of 30.5 for Wade, who is usually a front-runner.  Shannon Hugard of Cornell finished in third with 2:11.70 while Forte dropped to fourth in 2:11.78.  Due to their strong finishes in the 800m and triple jump, the Lady Lions move into fourth place in the team standings and is in striking distance to overtake Cornell for third.

Event 8  Women 800 Meter Run
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  Ivy League: # 1:59.73  1990        Meredith Rainey, Harvard                
Championship: C 2:04.84  2006        Morgan Uceny, Cornell                   
        ECAC: E 2:11.94                                                      
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Wade, Brittney            JR Columbia               2:10.23E  10         
   1:07.971 (1:07.971)     2:10.221 (1:02.250)                               
  2 Hardie, Sarah             SO Columbia               2:11.12E   8         
   1:07.776 (1:07.776)     2:11.118 (1:03.342)                               
  3 Hugard, Shannon           SO Cornell                2:11.70E   6         
   1:08.158 (1:08.158)     2:11.699 (1:03.541)                               
  4 Forte, Ashley             SO Princeton              2:11.78E   4         
   1:07.760 (1:07.760)     2:11.777 (1:04.018)                               
  5 Worthy, Taylor            JR Brown                  2:11.81E   2         
   1:07.864 (1:07.864)     2:11.807 (1:03.944)                               
  6 O'Neill, Bridget          SO Dartmouth              2:11.83E   1         
   1:08.141 (1:08.141)     2:11.828 (1:03.687)

Princeton is looking for their four athletes to score well in the men’s 400m hurdle finals as Cornell only has one athlete, but that one athlete is Max Hairston.  Hairston made up the stagger quickly in the first 100m and had a good gap on the field in the final 100m.  But Princeton’s Greg Leeper found his final gear in the final 100m and challenged Hairston after the final hurdle, ultimately nipping him at the line to get the title by 0.03 seconds, 52.28 to 52.31.  Princeton got 22 points to Cornell’s 8 – Princeton goes 1-3-4-5 – to close the gap to only 3 after 16 events.  Six events remain.

Event 17  Men 400 Meter Hurdles
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  Ivy League: # 49.24  1972        Bruce Collins, Penn                       
Championship: C 50.16  1987        Randy Cox, Penn                           
        IC4A: I 54.00                                                        
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Leeper, Greg              JR Princeton                52.28I  10         
  2 Hairston, Max             SR Cornell                  52.31I   8         
  3 Long, Spencer             SO Princeton                52.95I   6         
  4 Myers, Jordan             SR Princeton                53.34I   4         
  5 Fryer-Davis, Christian    FR Princeton                53.60I   2         
  6 Johnson, Parker           FR Dartmouth                53.61I   1
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                          Men - Team Rankings - 16 Events Scored             
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    1) Cornell                    139        2) Princeton                 136
    3) Penn                        75        4) Yale                       38
    5) Brown                       36        6) Dartmouth                  28
    7) Harvard                     24        8) Columbia                   20

The women’s 400m hurdles is expected to be another high scoring event for Harvard as Autumne Franklin and Jade Miller have the top 2 seed times going into the meet, but Cornell’s Taysia Radoslav could spoil the party as these three women are the only athletes to go sub-60 – actually, sub-58.  Miller is the two-time defending champion in this event while Franklin has the second best time in conference history but has never won this event.  Radoslav ran a new personal best yesterday to have the top time going into the finals – 57.66.  The final’s start was clean, and Miller, Frankin, and Radoslav pull away from the rest of the field early.  Franklin leads at the 200m and has a 5m lead over Miller and Radoslav going into the final 100m.  Franklin holds on and manages to set a new meet record in 55.87 – #2 in Ivy history.  Miller held off Radoslav for second place, 56.44 to 56.48.  Radoslav’s time is a new personal best and the top 3 times are all under the previous meet record of 57.30 (held by Miller set last year).

Event 18  Women 400 Meter Hurdles
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  Ivy League: #   55.46  2001        Brenda Taylor, Harvard                  
Championship: C   57.30  5/10/2015   Jade Miller, Harvard                    
        ECAC: E 1:02.04                                                      
    Name                    Year School                  Finals  Points      
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Finals                                                                       
  1 Franklin, Autumne         SR Harvard                  55.87C  10         
  2 Miller, Jade              JR Harvard                  56.44C   8         
  3 Radoslav, Taysia          SO Cornell                  56.48C   6         
  4 Bonnet, Carly             FR Princeton              1:00.87E   4         
  5 Evans, Marissa            SO Dartmouth              1:01.35E   2         
  6 Bianco, Ellery            FR Cornell                1:01.55E   1
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                        Women - Team Rankings - 16 Events Scored             
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    1) Harvard                    137        2) Princeton                 103
    3) Cornell                     68        4) Columbia                   54
    5) Dartmouth                   53        6) Brown                      35
    6) Penn                        35        8) Yale                       11

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