Posts Tagged ‘Donn Cabral’

Regional Standings So Far

Regional Standings So Far

We have less than two months until NCAAs (and even more importantly, less than one month until Heps) but that has not stopped the athletes showing their stuff. Here is a listing (as of this past weekend) of the top performances within the East Region.  Athletes who have marks that are in the top 48 of […]


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.


Ivy & the BCS

Ivy & the BCS

The Ivy League joined the BCS power conferences of the Big Ten, Pac-12, ACC, Big East, Big XII and SEC as the leagues which had at least 20 runners earn All-Region honors in cross country.


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).


Weekend Regional Fodder

Weekend Regional Fodder

The NCAA Division I regionals take place this weekend with Penn and Princeton in Maryland and everyone else up near Buffalo. Here is a preview of the weekend.


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.


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.


Getting To Know Your Darkhorses

Getting To Know Your Darkhorses

Track & field’s leading provider of college video content, Flotrack.com, has assembled a panel to keep an eye on the nation’s best runners. Two Heps’ athletes have earned the rare distinction of ‘darkhorse.’


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.


Straight Outta Wisco…

Straight Outta Wisco...

Princeton seniors Alex Banfich and Donn Cabral ran with the leaders at the adidas Invitational today in Madison, Wis. Both took fourth individually.


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.


Coaches Favor Princeton

Coaches Favor Princeton

Princeton heads into the cross country season with an Orange & Black target on its back as the USTFCCCA has picked the men’s team as No. 11 nationally and the women No. 22.


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.


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.


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.


No Time For Second

No Time For Second

Yale senior Kate Grace is down to one final race in her storied collegiate career. Can she bring a national title back with her?


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.


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.