Posts Tagged ‘Delilah DiCrescenzo’

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 […]


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.


Delilah Out At Worlds

Delilah Out At Worlds

Steeplechaser Delilah DiCrescenzo — the subject of an internet awareness campaign from Puma — has been forced to pull out of the IAAF World Championships because of injury.


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.


Into The Spotlight

Into The Spotlight

As her ‘Hey There’ fame overshadowed her running fame, former Columbia steeplechaser Delilah DiCrescenzo nearly quit the sport. Now she prepares for the IAAF World Championships


Uceny Conquers England

Uceny Conquers England

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


Lessons In Marketing

Lessons In Marketing

The folks at Puma took a break from pumping up Usain Bolt to focus on how to break into the HepsTrack market. And it worked!


The Compliments Can Now Stop

The Compliments Can Now Stop

HepsTrack.com received a compliment for not falling back on “Hey There, Delilah” references this weekend. Today, well… here’s the whole video all over again.


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.


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.


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.


Whatcha Think of the New HepsTrack.com?

Whatcha Think of the New HepsTrack.com?

Other than for Columbia freshman Jacob Sienko, this appears to be a light week of action around the League. So we take this time to encourage feedback about our new-look website.


The Latest Chart Toppers

Nine different Ivy Leaguers have been named to Track & Field News‘ year-end national rankings, including three that the ‘Bible of the sport’ considers to be in the top 10 in the world. Ageless Adam Nelson of Dartmouth, a three-time Olympian, was Heps’ top-ranked athlete on the world stage, tabbed seventh globally in the shot […]


Nightingale, Kiernan Lead Pack at USATFs

Nightingale, Kiernan Lead Pack at USATFs

From the desk of HepsTrack Alumni Performance Bureau Chief Mary Boggs: Seven of the eight Ivy League schools can boast of a top-100 finisher at the USA Track & Field National Club Cross Country Championships in unseasonably cold McAlpine Park in Charlotte, N.C., on Saturday. On the men’s side, Princeton graduate David Nightingale (unattached) was […]


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.) […]