Posts Tagged ‘Melissa Hewitt’

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)…


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.


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.


Cornell Strikes In 10k; Brown Holds Lead

Cornell Strikes In 10k; Brown Holds Lead

Kelsey Karys and Katie Kellner just turned a sour day for Cornell into one with optimism by going 1-2 in the 10,000-meter run.


Getting In The Flo

Getting In The Flo

Now you can see Sharay Hale’s Saturday dominance at the Outdoor Heps Championships.


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.


Women’s Catchup

Women's Catchup

Again, the Heps recordbook will need some serious edits after this day is over as marks continue to get faster and longer. Columbia superstar junior Sharay Hale won the 200-meter dash in 23.81, now giving her five of the fastest six 200 times in championship meet history. Her rookie teammate Marvellous Iheukwumere took second in […]


Indoor Preview, 2011 — Cornell women

Indoor Preview, 2011 — Cornell women

If the Cornell women were to win their 14th title in the last 17 Heps, it would take a Herculian effort from junior Melissa Hewitt. Keep in mind, she is capable of it.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 6

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 6

MALE ATHLETE OF THE WEEK Wow. Princeton junior Austin Hollimon (Decatur, Ga.) produced the most stunning of a series of stunning marks from the Tigers at the Armory’s NYRR Saturday Night at the Races. His winning 400-meter dash time of 46.47 was two seconds clear of the field and the fourth-best in the nation this […]


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 3

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 3

Male Athletes of the Week Cornell junior Bob Belden (Indianapolis, Ind.) and Princeton sophomore Russell Dinkins (Philadelphia, Pa.) share the first honor of the New Year. Belden — a double throws champion at the Southern Tier Open in Ithaca, N.Y., on Friday night — bettered the IC4A qualifier in both the shot put (53-10 1/4) […]


Make Way For The Defenders

Last year, 46 different Ivy League athletes won individual titles at Indoor and Outdoor Heps and as the 2010-11 season kicks off this weekend, 32 of them will be suiting up with the intention of defending their personal titles. Eleven of those returning champions won more than a single title, led by Cornell junior Melissa […]