Posts Tagged ‘Eileen Moran’

Weekend Indoor Recap #4

Weekend Indoor Recap #4

And now, for the remainder of the action that occurred this past weekend (follow this link for the majority of Friday night action)…


Indoor Weekend Recap #2

Indoor Weekend Recap #2

    Every team except for Harvard competed this past weekend across the Northeast region.  Team summaries are listed on the other side of the cut.


Waking Up From Short Winter’s Nap

Waking Up From Short Winter's Nap

Somehow in the midst of the warmer than average winter temperatures, season holiday shopping, and adjusting to new jobs, HepsTrack decided to lay down for a short winter’s nap.  Too bad we didn’t realize that the League doesn’t sleep when we try to. Some December 2011 highlights from across the League while HepsTrack had been […]


Photos By Austin

Photos By Austin

Doug Austin tells the story of Outdoor Heps without words.


Hale, Spooney Complete Doubles

Hale, Spooney Complete Doubles

Columbia junior Sharay Hale and Brown rookie John Spooney are the speed queen and king of the weekend as Hale won the 200 and 400 and Spooney the 100 and 200 for the men.


New Schools, New Sprinters

New Schools, New Sprinters

John Spooney of Brown and Eileen Moran of Princeton have delivered the sprint crowns to their schools for the first time in quite a while.


Princeton, Cornell Claim 4×1

Princeton, Cornell Claim 4x1

The absence of Cornell star Melissa Hewitt and a DNF from Columbia left the door open for the Princeton TIgers to take the 4×100-meter relay. And with Eileen Moran running anchor, they did.


Hale Ends As Fast As She Starts

Hale Ends As Fast As She Starts

There is a new Heps’ Championship 200-meter dash recordholder and, to no one’s surprise, it is Columbia speedster Sharay Hale.


Big Red Suffers Blow

Big Red Suffers Blow

The big story of the day in the women’s team race is that defending 100-meter and long jump champion Melissa Hewitt won’t be putting points on the board in either event.


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.