Posts Tagged ‘Morgan Uceny’

Ivy Wanderings 2012 Vol III

Ivy Wanderings 2012 Vol III

The last few weeks, HepsTrack has been focused on the undergraduate competitions that many of the alumni have tried to sneak in a quick performance or two under our noses.


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 […]


All The Grad News Fit To Print

All The Grad News Fit To Print

Cameron Washington and Morgan Uceny, here picking up the Heps’ championship trophy at The Armory in 2007, are both in the news.


Let Us Gloat

Let Us Gloat

The best female 1,500-meter runner on Earth reads HepsTrack.com? Now we have proof!


Dash Down The Avenue

Dash Down The Avenue

Just when we thought Morgan Uceny’s season was over, she has opted to race down a New York City street on Saturday.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 2

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 2

Ben True won the U.S. 5k Championship in Providence, R.I., today as he earns HepsTrack weekly honors along with Morgan Uceny and five current cross country runners.


Breaking News!

Breaking News!

Morgan Uceny has claimed the 2011 Diamond League 1,500-meter run championship by winning over a star-filled field at the Van Damme Memorial in Brussels.


With A Mighty Crash

With A Mighty Crash

Morgan Uceny might have been 500 meters from being a world champion when disaster struck. We will never know, but we expect great things in London in 2012.


Nelson’s Through To Final

Nelson's Through To Final

Adam Nelson didn’t have his greatest day in Daegu, but it was enough to advance to the final as he pursues another World Championship.


Updates From Daegu

Updates From Daegu

Morgan Uceny’s next race is a run for a spot on the medal podium at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.


Taking It To The Worlds

Taking It To The Worlds

Erison Hurtault of Columbia and Morgan Uceny of Cornell have moved forward at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu, South Korea.


A Little Bahraini Smack Talk?

A Little Bahraini Smack Talk?

Maryam Yusuf Jamal sounds pretty confident that she will win her third World Championship title, dismissing Morgan Uceny in the process. Too bad she failed to recognize that the Cornellian has been beating her all over Europe.


That’s One Quick Kilometer

That's One Quick Kilometer

Practice? We’re talking about practice. Well, if practice is any indication, we can’t wait to see what Morgan Uceny has in store for the Worlds in South Korea next week.


Crossword Training

Crossword Training

Morgan Uceny might be able to conquer the track world, but she admits that she is yet a match for the New York Times’ Sunday crossword.


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.


No, It’s Not Candy

No, It's Not Candy

The most pressing issue of the day is finally answered — Morgan Uceny’s necklace is made of neither candy nor Froot Loops.


America’s Newest Star Was Our Star First (UPDATED)

America's Newest Star Was Our Star First (UPDATED)

Make no mistake, when it comes to women’s middle distance running, former Cornellian Morgan Uceny is now the headliner.


Cornellians In International News

Cornellians In International News

Cornell coach Nathan Taylor has been tapped to coach U.S. Virgin Islands athletes as they prepare for the World Championships, the Pan American Games and next year’s London Olympics.


Uceny Conquers England

Uceny Conquers England

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


First Oregon, Now Uceny Takes Switzerland

First Oregon, Now Uceny Takes Switzerland

After earning a national title at the U.S. Nationals last week, Morgan Uceny took flight to Europe and the winning has not stopped.


Day 3: Uceny Storms to National Crown

Day 3: Uceny Storms to National Crown

Morgan Uceny used to dominate Heps. Now she is dominating the U.S. Is a 2012 trip to London in her future?


Day 1: USA Nationals

Day 1: USA Nationals

On Thursday former Penn star Jesse Carlin advanced in the 800-meter run at USA Nationals in Eugene, Ore. On Friday she will attempt to advance to the finals.


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.


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.