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Mixing It Up With the Powerhouses

New York City will be hosting one of the largest indoor track meets for collegians this weekend, where two-hundred colleges and universities from across the country will compete.  The New Balance Collegiate Invitational is bringing in some of the traditional track and field powerhouses (like Arkansas, Texas, Texas A&M, and Wheaton College) to set national qualifying […]


Weekend Indoor Recap #4

Weekend Indoor Recap #4

And now, for the remainder of the action that occurred this past weekend (follow this link for the majority of Friday night action)…


Fast Times in the City?

Fast Times in the City?

FloTrack likes to do “weekly throwdowns” before every weekend to highlight any interesting meet match-ups scheduled for the upcoming weekend.  This weekend, FloTrack listed a number of “hot races” that will have Ivy talent included in them*.  See FloTrack’s hot races below. *Based on the accepted entries listing. Boston University Terrier Invite:  (FloTrack coverage) Men’s […]


Indoor Weekend Recap #3

Indoor Weekend Recap #3

It’s been a very busy weekend in HepsNation, with a few Ivy head-to-heads that suggests how Indoor Heps may play out in 5 weeks.  (Aside: if you’re planning on traveling to Ithaca at the end of February, let us know by signing up at the Facebook Event page) We’ll do the recap by meet, as […]


Weekend Head’s Up

Weekend Head's Up

It looks like a busy weekend for HepsNation, including the annual Dartmouth-Columbia-Yale tri-meet on 1/21 in Hanover, NH.   Some Ivy alumni are beginning their indoor season this weekend in either Germany or New York City.  The weekend schedule is listed below: Cornell hosting a Multi I Meet on 1/20 and Upstate Challenge on 1/21 Dartmouth […]


Indoor Weekend Recap #2

Indoor Weekend Recap #2

    Every team except for Harvard competed this past weekend across the Northeast region.  Team summaries are listed on the other side of the cut.


Waking Up From Short Winter’s Nap

Waking Up From Short Winter's Nap

Somehow in the midst of the warmer than average winter temperatures, season holiday shopping, and adjusting to new jobs, HepsTrack decided to lay down for a short winter’s nap.  Too bad we didn’t realize that the League doesn’t sleep when we try to. Some December 2011 highlights from across the League while HepsTrack had been […]


Mullen, Yelsey Headline The Hepsters? Update!

Mullen, Yelsey Headline The Hepsters? Update!

Did Princeton grad Caroline Mullen and Yale alum Josh Yelsey have the best five-borough runs today? Update: Apparently not!


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.


Millrose & The Ivy Implications

Millrose & The Ivy Implications

If you are in New York City on February 11, it could be a great day of track for the Heps’ fan.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 2

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 2

Ben True won the U.S. 5k Championship in Providence, R.I., today as he earns HepsTrack weekly honors along with Morgan Uceny and five current cross country runners.


H-Men, P-Women Prevail

H-Men, P-Women Prevail

The annual HY(P) race went to the Harvard men — led by sophomore James Leakos — and the Princeton women — paced by All-American Alex Banfich.


On Tap: Boston & New York

On Tap: Boston & New York

Looking for Ivy cross action today? Just hang around the most famous cross country parks in Boston and New York. (And we aren’t talking Central Park, by the way!)


OMG! It Knocked Over A Chair

OMG! It Knocked Over A Chair

Is today’s angry shaking of the ground a good sign for the Penn Quakers?


How ‘Bout A Project

How 'Bout A Project

We are looking for the best performances ever by Heps’ athletes — either as a student or an alum. Get out your recordbooks!


Gold for Reynolds, Silver for Owens

Gold for Reynolds, Silver for Owens

Maalik Reynolds of Penn claimed gold in the high jump at the Pan Am Juniors while incoming Princeton recruit Eddie Owens earned steeple silver.


Pan Am Bound Hepsters

Pan Am Bound Hepsters

Maalik Reynolds of Penn and Princeton-bound Eddie Owens are heading to Miramar, Fla., for the Pan Am Juniors this coming weekend.


Quakers Become Emboldoned

Quakers Become Emboldoned

The Penn men’s and women’s cross country teams are now in the capable hands of a sub-four miler — Blake Boldon.


Queen of the Mountain?

Queen of the Mountain?

Former Penn distance star Chris Lundy, now 40, has become one of America’s most dominant mountain runners.


Uceny Conquers England

Uceny Conquers England

“Cornellian Morgan Uceny is currently the best women’s 1,500-meter runner on the planet.” — LetsRun.com


A Massive Enshrinement

A Massive Enshrinement

As far as Hall of Fame inductees go, rarely are they this big or this old. And we’re not talking about Bill Cosby.


Day 4: Nelson Triumphs Over Age

Day 4: Nelson Triumphs Over Age

Ageless Adam Nelson unloaded his best shot put in three years to win the U.S. national title in Eugene, Ore., on Sunday.


Day 2: USA Nationals

Day 2: USA Nationals

Dartmouth graduate Sean Furey’s defense of his national javelin title wound up nine inches short, but former Columbia Lion Delilah DiCrescenzo roared in the steeplechase.


Day 1: USA Nationals

Day 1: USA Nationals

On Thursday former Penn star Jesse Carlin advanced in the 800-meter run at USA Nationals in Eugene, Ore. On Friday she will attempt to advance to the finals.