Posts Tagged ‘Ben True’

The Slowest Heps’ Race Ever

The Slowest Heps' Race Ever

Brown graduate Jordan Kinley recalls the slowest 1,500m run in Heps’ history.


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!


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.


All The Grad News Fit To Print

All The Grad News Fit To Print

Cameron Washington and Morgan Uceny, here picking up the Heps’ championship trophy at The Armory in 2007, are both in the news.


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.


Running With The Crowds

Running With The Crowds

Ben True and Lindsey Scherf — both former Heps champions — are taking aim at the title of champion at the CVS Caremark Downtown 5k in Providence on Sunday.


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!


Got Nothin’ For Ya

Got Nothin' For Ya

The best we could come up with today is a run up a hill. But there are some Heps greats running up the hill.


LBP Joins A Sub-4 Party

LBP Joins A Sub-4 Party

Former Columbia Lion Liam Boylan-Pett scooted through the fastest Falmouth Men’s Mile ever in 3:58.19, but nine others ran below the sub-four barrier as well.


London Calling

London Calling

Ben True, formerly of Dartmouth, was second in the 5k at the Diamond League stop in London while Anna Pierce, Samyr Laine and incoming Harvard freshman Adam Cotton await their turns.


A London Preview?

A London Preview?

Three Ivy Leaguers with Olympic dreams will be competing in London this weekend. And they hope to book a return ticket in about a year.


So True — Red, White & Blue

So True — Red, White & Blue

Ben True picked a great day to be an American champion — on the 235th anniversary of U.S. independence.


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.


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.


Diamonds are Forever

Diamonds are Forever

Morgan Uceny, Anna Pierce and Ben True — each looking at breaking through to the 2012 London Olympics — had impressive showings at this weekend’s Diamond League meet in New York.


Early Winners at the Penns (Updated)

Early Winners at the Penns (Updated)

Three of the four distance classic winners at the Penn Relays on Sunday were former Heps runners while another Heps champion set a 5k course record in Boston.


True, King Pace Team USA

True, King Pace Team USA

The top two finishers for Team USA at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships today in Spain were Ivy Leaguers — Ben True, who ran at Dartmouth, and Max King, who competed for the Big Red of Cornell.


Ivy News From Around The Globe

Ivy News From Around The Globe

Two former Heps champions — Ben True of Dartmouth and Max King of Cornell — will be representing Team USA at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Punta Umbria, Spain, on Sunday.


True, So True

True, So True

Three-time Heps cross country champion Ben True took fifth at the USA Cross Country Championships in San Diego, Calif., on Saturday, just two seconds behind 2008 Olympian Matt Tegenkamp.


Raise The Roof? What Roof?

Raise The Roof? What Roof?

Ten members of the Heps Nation will run in Saturday’s USA Cross Country Championships at Mission Bay Park in San Diego, Calif., headlined by 2008 Olympic triathlete Jarrod Shoemaker, a former Heps cross country champion for Dartmouth.


Did You Trot Before Turkey?

Did You Trot Before Turkey?

After criss-crossing the state of Ohio for several days without internet access, I am finally back within the friendly confines of my web-enabled house and able to react to Mary Boggs’ Thanksgiving Day running coverage. Turns out that former Heps record-breakers Ben True (Dartmouth) and Delilah DiCrescenzo (Columbia) each finished second at the Manchester (Conn.) […]


Grant Takes Bronze, True Battles Rain

Grant Takes Bronze, True Battles Rain

A weekend Heps report from Mary Boggs: Back in 2002, Nicky Grant of Harvard simply crushed the Outdoor Heps record in the hammer throw, putting the mark at 195-6, about 17 feet further than the previous record. That record held until this spring when Brown junior Brynn Smith won Heps with a toss of 199-8. […]