Posts Tagged ‘Abbey D’Agostino’

More Qualifiers for NCAAs!

More Qualifiers for NCAAs!

The Dartmouth women’s DMR squad finally exceeded the automatic standard and have qualified for NCAAs in Boise, Idaho.  The squad, consisted of Alexi Pappas, Megan Krumpoch, Christina Supino, and Abbey D’Agostino (1600m split roughly 4:34), finished in 11:00.62 at the Columbia Last Chance Challenge.  Florida won the race in 10:58.77.  UConn also qualified for NCAAs, […]


So Close…

So Close...

Dartmouth’s DMR from left to right: Megan Krumpoch, Alexi Pappas, Abbey D’Agostino, Christina Supino, and Coach Mark Coogan   Last night, the Dartmouth women distance medley relay had a goal to reach the automatic qualifier for NCAAs in one of the most competitive DMR line-ups of the year, which included Arkansas, Tennessee, BYU, and league […]


Friday Night Times

Friday Night Times

Dartmouth, Yale, Cornell, and Columbia  have set the standard for this weekend,  setting outstanding conference and nationally-ranked marks in both New York and Boston last night. BU Terrier Invite: Abbey D’Agostino of Dartmouth improved her mile time, winning the mile in 4:37.41 at the BU Terrier Classic over Emily Sisson of Providence and Lauren Penney […]


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 […]


What A Run

What A Run

Abbey D’Agostino and Alex Banfich both finished in the top five at the NCAA Championships today.


Regional Awardees

Regional Awardees

Abbey D’Agostino and Donn Cabral keep collecting awards, this time as the Regional athletes of the year as selected by the Division I coaches.


It’s Official

It's Official

Princeton and Columbia will be competing at the NCAA Men’s Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., next Monday.


D’Agostino, Cabral Take Regionals

D'Agostino, Cabral Take Regionals

Donn Cabral and Abbey D’Agostino pulled through with convincing regional wins today and will advance, with at least four other Ivy individuals, to Terre Haute, Ind., for the NCAA Championships (Nov. 21).


The Women’s Finish Video

The Women's Finish Video

Finally, the video of the women’s finish from Heps. We had this up in the live feed last weekend, but we have decided to pull it, post it online and show it here all over again.


Next On The Schedule

Next On The Schedule

All that’s left are the NCAAs, both regionals and nationals. Oh, and this weekend’s ING New York City Marathon.


HepsTrack.com Women’s Awards

HepsTrack.com Women's Awards

Columbia freshman Waverly Neer’s first Heps Championships saw her battling it out with both the weather and All-Americans.


Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

It was definitely not a day for the meek as snowfall made this year’s Heps Cross Country Championships ones that no one will soon forget.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 5

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 5

While he wasn’t able to defend his adidas Invitational title in Madison, Wis., on Friday, Princeton senior Donn Cabral was pretty close, finishing just two seconds of his 2010 pace.


D’Ag Does It Again

D'Ag Does It Again

Dartmouth All-American Abbey D’Agostino made a bold statement to the League with her second-place performance at the Pre-Nationals in Indiana on Sunday.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 3

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 3

Donn Cabral, Princeton’s All-American senior, was just one second behind BYU’s Miles Batty is the Blue race at the Notre Dame Invitational. For his trouble, Cabral earns Athlete of the Week status.


Lions Don’t Come Up Short

Lions Don't Come Up Short

Led by junior Leighton Spencer, the Columbia Lions used a pack mentality to knock off four ranked teams at the Brooks Paul Short Invitational in Bethlehem, Pa.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 1

HepsTrack's Weekly Awards, Vol. 1

Donn Cabral, Millie Chapman and Abbey D’Agostino each got the season off with a big win… and HepsTrack Athlete of the Week honors.


Princeton Prevails In The Bronx

Princeton Prevails In The Bronx

No. 11 Princeton — led by senior All-American Donn Cabral and freshman phenom Eddie Owens — won the team title at the Fordham Fiasco in the Bronx.


Extreme Heps Makeover

Extreme Heps Makeover

Mark Coogan, Mitchell Baker, Artie Smith, Amy Gosztyla, Blake Boldon, the West Windsor Fields. Folks will hardly be able to recognize Heps XC this fall.


So Neer, So Far

So Neer, So Far

Yes, she told the crowd at the New Balance Indoor Nationals back in March that she was headed to Columbia. Four months later, HepsTrack is all over Waverly Neer’s decision.


And The Press Comes Calling

And The Press Comes Calling

Dartmouth rookie Abbey D’Agostino blazed onto the national scene in the NCAA 5k final earlier this month and the Boston Herald has tracked her down.


All-American Freshmen (Updated)

All-American Freshmen (Updated)

Abbey D’Agostino’s third-place time in NCAA 5k final was more than two seconds faster than the American Junior Record listed by the USATF. We just wait for official word.


Weather Can’t Stop Higginson

Weather Can't Stop Higginson

Princeton senior Ashley Higginson made it to another national final, this time in the steeplechase, as bad weather bore down on Des Moines on Thursday.