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D’Ags Among Top New Englanders

D'Ags Among Top New Englanders

The New England Council honored Dartmouth grad Abbey D’Agostino as one of four “New Englanders of the Year” at its annual gala in Boston last night. D’Agostino — a seven-time national champion for the Big Green — received world acclaim to her reaction to being knocked down and injured in the first round of the […]


Ford-Centonze Elected to USTFCCCA Board of Directors

Ford-Centonze Elected to USTFCCCA Board of Directors

Another woman from Dartmouth made history earlier this week. Women’s head coach Sandy Ford-Centonze was elected as the new secretary for the USTFCCCA Board of Directors, as announced this past Tuesday by USTFCCCA.  The Board of Directors main role is to continue to lead the USTFCCCA organization as they continue to promote, support, and recognize collegiate […]


Greening Up The Beach to Beacon

Greening Up The Beach to Beacon

The TD Beach to Beacon 10-K road race in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, was the place to be if you were a Big Green alumnus.  At least six Dartmouth XC/TF alumni competed in this year’s historic race, a mixture of recent graduates and road racing veterans.  A number of former Ivy athletes have competed in this […]


Tri-Meets, Upstate Battles, and Angry Birds

Tri-Meets, Upstate Battles, and Angry Birds

This weekend has some fun meets lined up. The headliner this weekend is the annual Yale-Dartmouth-Columbia tri-meet  in the legendary Coxe Cage (New Haven, Conn.).  Last year, Dartmouth swept the meet, with the Big Green (62) edging out Columbia (60) in the men’s competition.  For anyone that is planning to attend this meet with a […]


Following the Passion

Following the Passion

Kristin Barry, like so many other Ivy Leaguers, has found a great deal of success on the road running circuit and we recently slowed the Dartmouth grad enough for a Q&A session.


USTFCCCA All-Academics

USTFCCCA All-Academics

Dartmouth’s Abbey D’Agostino can add another title to her name as she has been selected by the U.S. Track  and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) as the Outdoor Track Female Scholar Athlete of the Year.  When she was not on the track, D’Agostino finished the year with a 3.65 cumulative GPA while studying […]


Olympics 2012: T-6…

Olympics 2012: T-6...

Our London Eight are slowly making their way to London and if you look in the right places, you can see some cool behind-the-scenes stuff. For example, Brown’s Craig Kinsley has been training at the Team USA camp in Birmingham and has had the oppportunity to demonstrate the javelin to some local youths.  We found […]


Limiting the Pumped Up Kicks

Limiting the Pumped Up Kicks

Adam Nelson — a Dartmouth graduate — clashes with the USOC again, this time over the organization’s requirement of athletes to where ‘USOC sponsor’ shoes on the awards platform.


Travelling to Europe

Travelling to Europe

There are only three and half weeks left until the beginning of the track and field – or as they say across the pond, Athletics – portion of the Olympic program on August 3rd.  The opening ceremonies are only two weeks away.  Until then, the majority of our focus will be on the European continent […]


International Olympic Trials

International Olympic Trials

Even though the USA Olympic Trials were our focus for the last 10 days, other national championships were taking place in the Western Hemisphere and a number of Heps Nation athletes competed at them. Some of these meets were open meets, allowing athletes from other countries to compete; however, these athletes were not included in […]


2012 Trials: Hammertime

2012 Trials: Hammertime

Princeton’s Conor McCullough and Harvard coach Chris Bryce kicked off the USA Olympic Track and Field Trials yesterday as they both competed in the hammer throw.  Unlike the rest of the Trials, the hammer throw events were organized as a free to the public event, dubbed “Hammertime” by USATF, that was held at the Nike […]


Next Step to London

Next Step to London

The 2012 Olympics are little over a month away away (beginning July 27th), and American athletes are looking at their next step in achieving their Olympian dreams. The U.S. Track & Field Olympic Trials — held in Eugene, Ore. — will begin on Thursday (with the hammer trials at Nike HQ) and run through July […]


Punching Tickets to Spain

Punching Tickets to Spain

Stephen Mozia (Cornell) may have just earned his first Heps title in early May, but he can now add a national title to his resume.  This past Saturday, Mozia won the National Junior Championships in the shot put, heaving the ball 66-3.25.  The national title earned him a ticket to the World Junior Championships, to […]


Mountain Men

Mountain Men

Sage Canaday (Cor ’08) may have only started competing on mountains recently but he has just won his first national title.  On Saturday, Canaday won the USA Mountain Championships by being the winner of the 52nd Mount Washington Road Race.  This race is a historic all uphill run along the single road that climbs along […]


2012 Outdoor All-Americans

2012 Outdoor All-Americans

Fifteen All-Americans — including eight first-teamers — highlighted the Ivy outdoor season.


Another Look at the Outdoor Lists

Another Look at the Outdoor Lists

Photo by Dan Grossman Outdoor Heps are this upcoming weekend, are you ready for it? HepsTrack will be there, reporting as quickly as we can on results and meet progress on both days of the meet.  Follow facebook, this website, or twitter for results, updates, and photos.  The Outdoor Heps schedule is up under the […]


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Abbey D’Agostino is no longer running for just a Heps or NCAA title. She is running with the Olympics in play.


Pappas Breaks 10 in Steeple

Pappas Breaks 10 in Steeple

Dartmouth’s Alexi Pappas is now officially the second fastest woman steepler in Ivy League history as last night at the Mount Sac Relays, she finished fourth in the 3000m Steeplechase Invitational Elite race in 9:58.07.  Only Ashley Higginson (who won the 1500m Open race last night in 4:18.50) is faster with her 9:52.73 from 2011. […]


World Cross Country in the Snow Remembered

World Cross Country in the Snow Remembered

Typically when one thinks about racing in Boston, they would think of the Boston Maration, the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix at the Reggie Lewis Center, or some kind of collegiate cross-country racing in Franklin Park.  There was one time where a world championships was held in Boston for both a professional and developing levels of […]


2012 Indoor Awards

2012 Indoor Awards

HepsTrack has doled out its indoor awards. So what’s ahead for the outdoor season?


D’Agostino Double

D'Agostino Double

Dartmouth’s Abbey D’Agostino finished 8th in the 3000m last night to earn her second All-American status on the weekend.  She finished in 9:18.54.  the winner was Georgetown’s Emily Infeld (9:15.44).   Columbia’s Waverly Neer finished 15th overall in 9:33.32, where according to a commenter that Neer got tangled up with about 600m to go and fell.  […]


Five Indoor All-Americans

Five Indoor All-Americans

Day One out in Nampa is done and HepsNation has five Indoor All-Americans.  Day 1 Results here. Donn Cabral nabbed his first indoor All-American honor by finishing 8th in the 5000m in 13:53.14.  Arizona’s new distance phenom Lawi Lalang won the race in 13:25.11, which is a new meet record.  Cabral set a new Ivy […]


NCAA Indoor Championships 2012 Info

NCAA Indoor Championships 2012 Info

The NCAA Division 1 Indoor Track and Field Championships begin today at the Jacksons Indoor track in Nampa, Idaho, and there will be 10 Ivy Leaguers competing today and tomorrow.  The Ivy League schedule is as follows (fully competition schedule can be found here): Friday, March 9th: 5pm: Men’s Mile Preliminaries (Princeton’s Peter Callahan) 5:30pm: […]


Ivy Wanderings 2012 Vol III

Ivy Wanderings 2012 Vol III

The last few weeks, HepsTrack has been focused on the undergraduate competitions that many of the alumni have tried to sneak in a quick performance or two under our noses.