Posts Tagged ‘Dan Chenoweth’

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.


Nightingale Claims Mayor’s Title

Nightingale Claims Mayor's Title

David Nightingale not only wore the New York banner in Boston this weekend, he also won the Mayor’s Cup in Franklin Park.


Will The Headband Return, Too?

Will The Headband Return, Too?

Running on a trail the summer between his sophomore and junior years, a freak episode left Kyle Merber injured and sidelined for a year. He talked to FloTrack about it… during a run.


Only We Can Understand

Only We Can Understand

Dan Chenoweth takes the long view of his time in Cambridge, Mass., and his affiliation with the Harvard track & field squad.


Crimson, Bulldogs Win In Cambridge

Crimson, Bulldogs Win In Cambridge

The world’s oldest international track and field meeting resulted in another victory for the combined Yale-Harvard team in Cambridge, U.K., on Tuesday.


Classroom Champions

Classroom Champions

Yale sophomore hurdler Dakota McCoy — who earned a Goldwater Scholarship and CoSIDA Academic All-District honors — is among the 14 Heps’ athletes recently named Academic All-Ivy.


Five More Heading To Des Moines

Five More Heading To Des Moines

Dartmouth freshman Abbey D’Agostino became the fourth Ivy Leaguer to ever break 16 minutes in the 5,000-meter run and she will lead three Leaguers to the NCAA Championships in that event.


Who’s Coming To Indy?

Who's Coming To Indy?

With the NCAA Championships process beginning in less than two weeks, Mary Boggs takes a look at those best positioned to head to Bloomington, Ind.


Princeton Men Hold Day One Lead

Princeton Men Hold Day One Lead

The Princeton Tigers made a strong push to give the John Baxter Taylor Trophy an extended vacation from Ithaca, N.Y., on Saturday.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 14

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 14

Harvard senior Dan Chenoweth set a personal-best in the 5,000-meter run to win the event at the Colonial Relays in Williamsburg, Va., over the weekend to earn a share of the weekly award.


Indoor Preview, 2011 — Harvard men

Indoor Preview, 2011 — Harvard men

Harvard will be looking for points in a variety of ways, from the tenacity of senior All-American Dan Chenoweth or the sheer strength of freshman Dustin Brode.


Erudite Speedsters

Erudite Speedsters

Cornell freshman Devin McMahon was one of the 11 Ivy Leaguers named to the national All-Academic team by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.


No. 7 — Land of Lincoln

No. 7 — Land of Lincoln

No. 8 | No. 9 | No. 10 | Nos. 11-51 The winner of the first NCAA 880-yard run championship — Earl Eby — was an Ivy Leaguer out of Chicago’s Calumet High. But by the time Eby won that 1921 title, he had already served in World War I and won a silver medal […]


In Their Own Words: Men's NCAA Preview

In Their Own Words: Men's NCAA Preview

On Monday morning I blasted out an email to 11 runners who will be representing their schools and, of course, Heps at the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind. And the six guys replied right away! Some of the women have replied, so we will give them another day to see if more […]


(Tigers x 2) + 5 = Nationals

(Tigers x 2) + 5 = Nationals

Both the Princeton men’s and women’s teams will be in action at the NCAA Cross Country Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., along with five Heps individuals. The Orange and Black men — led by Brian Leung, Donn Cabral and Marc Amirault — qualified automatically by winning the Mid-Atlantic regional while the women — who have […]


Men's Preview: Harvard Crimson

Men's Preview: Harvard Crimson

Defending his individual Heps Championship will be a tall order, but senior Dan Chenoweth [Geneseo, Ill.] seems to be up for the challenge after finishing third in the White Race at the Indiana State Pre-Nationals just a few weeks ago … Afterward, Coach Jason Saretsky told The Crimson, “Dan is a great competitor. He knows […]


Dan vs. Donn: A Heps Showdown Ahead

Dan vs. Donn: A Heps Showdown Ahead

Update: Penn State Nationals results now added! Did we learn anything from the Indiana State Pre-Nationals Invitational in Terre Haute, Ind., on Saturday? Maybe not. But we have gotten further confirmation that the individual Heps Championship battle between Harvard’s Dan Chenoweth and Princeton’s Donn Cabral might just be a classic. Chenoweth, the defending Heps champion, […]


Princeton Women Dominate HYP

Princeton Women Dominate HYP

The Yale men and the Princeton women came through on the Yale Golf Course in New Haven, Conn., on Friday. The Bulldog men took back the Main Memorial Trophy, defeating rival Harvard by 10 points while the Tiger women dominated the HYP meet with seven runners finishing in the top 12. While 2009 Heps Champion […]