It has been an exciting few weeks for the team. At the start of the month Senior Cecilia Barowski qualified for the Olympic Trials in the 800 meters. She won the Stanford Invitational in a new school record time of 2:02.62.
The 2016 Indoor Heps Championships again proved to be a boisterous meet as the best in the Ivy League battled in 20 events over two days. When the dust settled, the women had crowned three Heps champions, set two meet records, had the Field Athlete of the Meet (Allison Harris) and picked up 77 points to finish 4th. The men had picked up eight individual champions, had the Track Athlete of the Meet (Carrington Akosa) and successfully defended their 2015 indoor crown.
Though fans can get a complete recap and summary of the men’s and women’s meet using the links at the bottom of the page, we wanted to use this space to give fans the day two recap of the men’s stunning championship through the eyes of a Tiger fan watching the meet unfold from afar. The summary below is an event-by-event review as the day progressed. While it can’t replicate the energy in the stadium, it certainly helps fans get an idea of how much excitement and passion were on display at the meet.
If the headline above doesn’t get you excited enough for this weekend, then click on the video and read the information below.
The team’s will be departing for Ithaca on Friday. Though the Cornell Men and Harvard women are the favorites heading into the meet, as the charts below demonstrate, the Tigers have plenty to look forward to this weekend.
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