Posts Tagged ‘Ashley Higginson’

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. […]


Ivy Wanderings 2012 Part II

Ivy Wanderings 2012 Part II

A number of professional level cross-country and track & field events have occurred over the last month.  Luckily, Anna Pierce and Morgan Uceny are able to take a quick stop with their coach Terrence Mahon to the Armory to say hi and get a quick practice in before heading overseas… Here’s a recap of those […]


Ivy Wanderings – Jan 2012

Ivy Wanderings - Jan 2012

 As now, some updates on some of our Ivy graduates: Liam Boylan-Pelt ran sub-4 minutes on Saturday at the New Balance Games at the NYC Armory.  For most of the race, he had high schooler Edward Cheserek drafting off him.  Boylan-Pelt was able to out-kick Cheserek, finishing 5th overall in 3:59.40.  Cheserek just missed the […]


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 […]


A-Hig Working Toward London

A-Hig Working Toward London

Former Princeton All-American Ashley Higginson has gone all in with her pursuit of a spot on the 2012 U.S. Olympic team.


So, Who’s Going 26.2?

So, Who's Going 26.2?

Ben True, Bobby Hartnett, Ashley Higginson and the former Caroline Bierbaum were all top 20 finishers in the inaugural NYRR Dash to the Finish Line in Manhattan today.


London or Law School?

London or Law School?

Sitting in class as a law student, wondering “What if,” wasn’t going to work out for Princeton All-American Ashley Higginson. So she’s moving full speed ahead for London 2012.


News From Heps Nation

News From Heps Nation

Sam Fox and Liam Boylan-Pett are getting ready to run while Lindsey Scherf is getting ready to coach. And there’s more news than just that.


On the Oregon Trail

On the Oregon Trail

Defending USA National javelin throw champion Sean Furey headlines the Ivy Leaguers heading to Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., for the 2011 Nationals.


Closing It Out

Closing It Out

Donn Cabral of Princeton posted two of the best times in Heps’ history — one in the steeplechase and the other in the 5k — this week at the NCAA Championships in Des Moines.


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.


Drake Stadium Awaits

Drake Stadium Awaits

The traditional collegiate season comes to a close in two weeks as the NCAA Championships take place at Drake Stadium in Des Moines, Iowa, where 20 Heps entrants will compete.


Grace, Dannemiller Star at NCAAs

Grace, Dannemiller Star at NCAAs

Yale senior Kate Grace had the finest run of her brilliant career in the 800m and is now one of 13 Ivy Leaguers to qualify for the NCAA Championships so far.


Among The Nation’s Elite

Among The Nation's Elite

If you were at Heps, you saw dozens of nationally-ranked performances. And Mary Boggs has pored through the data to spell it all out.


Orange & Black Sweep Steeplechase

Orange & Black Sweep Steeplechase

Princeton senior All-American Ashley Higginson has won the steeplechase for the third time as the Tigers begin to widen the team scoring gap.


Diving Into Her Final Season

Diving Into Her Final Season

As All-American Ashley Higginson prepares for her final season at Princeton, Coach Peter Farrell is looking at her long-term plans.


Hale, Higginson Earn All-America Status

Hale, Higginson Earn All-America Status

Princeton senior Ashley Higginson and Columbia junior Sharay Hale completed their indoor seasons as All-Americans today at the NCAA Indoor Championships in College Station, Texas.


National Final for Hale

National Final for Hale

Columbia junior Sharay Hale has been chasing records all year long and now one race sits between her and a national title. And now two-hundreths of a second separates her from the Ivy record.


Blastoff (Updated)

Blastoff (Updated)

Yale senior Kate Grace has been to the spaceship before, back when it opened in 2009. This time she is looking to return as a national champion.


Four Ivies Texas-Bound

Four Ivies Texas-Bound

Yale senior Kate Grace could have competed at the NCAA Championships in either the mile or her specialty, the 800m. She chose the mile.


Your Last Chance

Your Last Chance

Where exactly will the stars from Heps take their last chance for a spot at the indoor NCAAs? Well, we talked to some folks and have some answers.


Still Alive

Things are close on both sides of the meet as Princeton holds an 18-point lead over Columbia on the women’s side with three events remaining. We expect big points from the Lions in the high jump, which could pull the meet very close to even with the relays remaining. Princeton’s Ashley Higginson won the 3,000-meter […]


Must Be The Shoes

Must Be The Shoes

Sharay Hale broke the all-time Ivy record in the 200-meter dash in the heats, clocking 23.68.


Indoor Preview, 2011 — Princeton women

Indoor Preview, 2011 — Princeton women

Three veteran distance runners — Ashley Higginson, Sarah Cummings and Alex Banfich — will be keys to the Tigers’ success at Indoor Heps.