Cornell had both athletes of the meet in Ben Rainero who won the 5K/10K double and Rudy Winkler who set an Ivy record in the hammer.
Darthmouth's Dana Giordano won the 1500 and 5K becoming the first Ivy League woman to win the 1500 for 3-straight years. Athletes of the meet were Harvard's Autumne Franklin (100H/110H wins) and Nikki Okwelogu (MR in discus, win in SP).
It came down to the final event of the decathlon. Princeton won the triple crown as they also were Heps champs in XC and indoor.
*Full Results Dartmouth's Dana Giordano won the mile in 4:36.
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Princeton and Dartmouth are #25 and #26 in the country and favored but it's wide open if those two falter.
Cornell's AD traveled 258 miles to watch a college track meet and dyed his hair and eyebrows red after the Cornell men won the outdoor Heps (Ivy League) crown.