Posts Tagged ‘Russell Dinkins’

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?


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 22

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 22

Princeton’s Russell Dinkins did something we haven’t seen in a while by qualifying for NCAAs both individually and on a relay. We don’t even know the last time that happened.


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.


3:05.86! The Asterisk is Gone

3:05.86! The Asterisk is Gone

The Princeton Tigers ran a perfect race in the 4×400-meter relay at the NCAA East Preliminaries tonight, advancing to the NCAA Championships in 3:05.86.


Grace, Dannemiller Star at NCAAs

Grace, Dannemiller Star at NCAAs

Yale senior Kate Grace had the finest run of her brilliant career in the 800m and is now one of 13 Ivy Leaguers to qualify for the NCAA Championships so far.


Four Hepsters Iowa-Bound; 14 Advance to Q-finals

Four Hepsters Iowa-Bound; 14 Advance to Q-finals

Penn freshman Maalik Reynolds, Cornell senior Nate Edelman and Brown seniors Craig Kinsley and Brynn Smith have punched their tickets to Des Moines, Iowa, for the NCAA Championships.


It’s Sharay’s Recordbook

It's Sharay's Recordbook

Sharay Hale of Columbia just did a ‘Michael Johnson’ to the Heps’ 200-meter dash record, lowering the mark by an astounding 0.32 seconds at the ECAC Championships.


Grace Completes Quest, Cornell Hanging Around

Grace Completes Quest, Cornell Hanging Around

Kate Grace finished a great double victory with a win in the 800-meter run while the Cornell men are playing catch up with Princeton.


Dinkins Heads Hot Field in 800

Dinkins Heads Hot Field in 800

Princeton’s Russell Dinkins was the only competitor under 1:50 in the qualifying rounds of the 800-meter run, but Sunday’s final could be a much different story.


Three Words for Friday

Three Words for Friday

We asked this question two weeks ago — Can the Princeton 4×4 make the Penn Relays’ Championship of America field? Austin Hollimon says yes.


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 16

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 16

Brown’s Craig Kinsley is the defending NCAA champion in the javelin throw. And he certainly appears ready for the defense.


The Dreaded Asterisk

The Dreaded Asterisk

Fifty years ago this summer, Roger Maris’ historical chase delivered the most noteworthy asterisk in sports history. Tonight, HepsTrack unveils its own asterisk.


Sam Howell Weekend

Sam Howell Weekend

Columbia’s Kyra Caldwell returns to outdoor hurdles at the same place she earned Heps’ Outstanding Performer honors last May — at Princeton’s Weaver Stadium.


Last Chance Record

Last Chance Record

Last Chance weekend started with a bang tonight as the Princeton Tigers ran the fastest distance medley relay in Ivy League history.


Running With Texas In Mind

Running With Texas In Mind

We have Ivy Leaguers running at the Armory, hoping to earn a spot at the NCAAs, which will be streamed live online. Lots of news and we have it all.


Your Last Chance

Your Last Chance

Where exactly will the stars from Heps take their last chance for a spot at the indoor NCAAs? Well, we talked to some folks and have some answers.


Men’s Catchup

Oh my things have heated up since I had a little computer glitch. Princeton sophomore Peter Callahan has broken the meet record in the 1,000-meter run, finishing in 2:22.94. The old mark was 2:23.06 set by Yale’s Patrick Swift back in 1987. Yale freshman James Shirvell was second to Callahan in 2:23.85, which is now […]


Indoor Preview, 2011 — Princeton men

Indoor Preview, 2011 — Princeton men

He’s brash, he’s tall, he’s a bit of a showman. And HepsTrack.com predicts that Austin Hollimon will lead the Tigers to their second straight Indoor Heps crown.


What Mr. Dinkins Said

What Mr. Dinkins Said

Princeton super soph Russell Dinkins sent me an amazing piece to describe what Heps means to him… and many others.


A Day of Grace

A Day of Grace

Kate Grace ran the League’s fastest indoor mile in 20 years today at the HYP meet in New Haven, Conn. And that was not the end of her day!


HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 7

HepsTrack’s Weekly Awards, Vol. 7

Princeton sophomore Tory Worthen sailed over 3.97 meters (13-0 1/4) in the pole vault at the Sykes-Sabock Challenge in State College, Pa., on Saturday, opening a wide lead on the rest of the Ivy vaulters this season and earning honors from HepsTrack.


From Around The Nation

From Around The Nation

It is very early in the indoor season, maybe too early to take much from this, but nine of the 12 Heps individuals and relays that are ranked among the nation’s top 10 so far come from Princeton University. Here is a rundown across Heps. Cornell junior Nick Huber has the best heptathlon score (5,370) […]


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) […]