Posts Tagged ‘Ethan Shaw’

What A Run

What A Run

Abbey D’Agostino and Alex Banfich both finished in the top five at the NCAA Championships today.


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).


The Men’s Finish Video

The Men's Finish Video

Bringing back the video finish of the men’s race at Heps, by request.


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.


HepsTrack.com Men’s Awards

HepsTrack.com Men's Awards

Ethan Shaw and Kyle Merber — who showed epic determination in the final approach to the finish — share the HepsTrack Athlete of the Championships award for men.


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.


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.


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.


Indoor Preview, 2011 — Dartmouth men

Indoor Preview, 2011 — Dartmouth men

Last year Connor Reilly, then a freshman, broke through to win the Heps’ 60-meter dash, but if he is to defend he will need to fend off a new group of rookies.


Men's Preview: Dartmouth Big Green

Men's Preview: Dartmouth Big Green

The Big Green is looking for its 15th Heps cross country title since 1984 and Coach Barry Harwick isn’t quite sure who his first runners across the line shall be … While he expects “Tom Robbins [Evanston, Ill.], Ethan Shaw [Falmouth, Maine] and Phil Royer [Portsmouth, R.I.] to lead us at Heps,” each of those […]


Starting With A Bang

Starting With A Bang

Princeton junior Donn Cabral, who broke through as a national power in the steeplechase last spring and summer, doesn’t appear to be resting on his laurels as he led his Tigers to victory at the season-opening Spiked Shoe Invitational in University Park, Pa., on Saturday. Cabral outpaced the 193-man field with a winning time of […]