Announcement

Location For 2015 Heps Up In The Air

Location For 2015 Heps Up In The Air

The anticipated Indoor Heps rotational turn — which was expected to bring the event back to New York City in the winter of 2015 — is in jeopardy because of potential scheduling conflicts with the Armory, which hosted the Championships in 2007 and 2011. While sources at the Armory will acknowledge only that its administration […]


Cornell Adds Sprint Coach

Cornell Adds Sprint Coach

Adrian Durant — a former Olympic sprinter — has been added to the Cornell coaching staff to develop sprinters and jumpers.


The Year That Was… And Will Be

The Year That Was... And Will Be

Whatever holiday you celebrate around this time of year, we hope it’s a great one for you and your families as we look back and ahead for a moment.


We Aren’t Doing Nearly Enough

We Aren't Doing Nearly Enough

We really must do better to be the nation we think we are.


NCAA Makes Great Choice

NCAA Makes Great Choice

Tony Dungy will receive the NCAA’s highest honor — the Teddy Roosevelt Award — and a better choice couldn’t have been made.


Dartmouth Selects Alum As President

Dartmouth Selects Alum As President

First Yale and now Dartmouth. Next up is Princeton. Seems that Ivy League presidents frequently come in threes.


Yale Names President-Elect

Yale Names President-Elect

Yale has named Provost Peter Salovey to replace Richard Levin as the University’s next president.


Nor’Easter Madness

Nor'Easter Madness

Mother Nature is whipping the East Coast again. Wait and see what happens at Hammonasset Beach for Friday.


Race to Recover Marathon Fund Established

Race to Recover Marathon Fund Established

While holding the ING New York City Marathon on Sunday is controversial (to say the least), everyone can agree that helping out those affected by Hurricane Sandy is the right thing to do.


Hammered

Hammered

The coaches at Princeton are already looking at the bright side. There will be a new, shiny hammer cage for the 2013 Heps Championships, sponsored by Sandy.


You Can Call Me Al

You Can Call Me Al

Al Cantello — who has been changing the lives of Midshipmen for 50 years — is among the most colorful and successful coaches in Heps history.


Frankenstorm

Frankenstorm

Stay safe, dry and happy for the next few days.


A Spider Eats His Own

A Spider Eats His Own

Richmond shows again that men’s track & field is the new target for ineffective athletic directors.


Another Goodbye

Another Goodbye

Princeton president Shirley Tilghman announces her retirement at the end of the academic year.


It’s Our Honor

It's Our Honor

HepsTrack.com has been awarded the 2012 Adam Jacobs Award for excellence in online journalism by the Track & Field Writers of America.


So You Think You Know Track?

So You Think You Know Track?

What do you know about track & field? HepsTrack is giving you the chance to show what you know.


The Revolution Will Not Be Televised*

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised*

Ivy League is proud as a peacock with its new television deal. Now let’s stream Heps!


HepsNation.com

HepsNation.com

HepsTrack is moving more toward the social community that it was intended to be from the beginning.


Where’d You Go?

Where'd You Go?

HepsTrack is limping back after the untimely passing of the only laptop the site has ever known.


Coogans v Coopers

Coogans v Coopers

Should the Heps Nation make an effort at some togetherness?


Occupy Awards Podium

Occupy Awards Podium

Forty years ago next summer will be the anniversary of an Olympic podium protest that has barely been a historical footnote.


By Any Means Necessary

By Any Means Necessary

Former Penn basketball coach Fran Dunphy proved his commitment to his players earning their degree yesterday. And it cost him his trademark.


What In The Worlds

What In The Worlds

If you are looking for coverage from the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea, we have a strong recommendation.


Another Heps Championship?

Another Heps Championship?

Did you know that Heps Championships will be taking place in Princeton, N.J., on two different Saturdays in October?