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.
The point scoring was close as Cornell beat Princeton by 6.67-points. Dartmouth's Steve Mangan won the 1500 (3:46.23), Princeton's Chris Bendtsen the 5000.
Dartmouth finished 2nd 13-points back largely thanks to Abbey D'Agostino's impressive triple as she won the 10K, 5K and 3K over the 3-day meet.
Abbey D'Agostino made her 10K debut winning in a comfortable 33:10 over Princeton's Megan Curham (33:24) and Cornell's Rachel Sorna (33:36).
It was close in the men's 10K as Penn's Thomas Awad ran 29:26.13 to beat Harvard's James Leakos (29:26.83).
*HepsTrack Short Play-By-Play From Men's And Women's 10Ks
Cornell was led by Bruno Hortelano who became first to win both races at the same Indoor Championships and set the league record in the 60m with 6.69. Princeton was 2nd in the team scoring as Harvard finished 3rd led by a 1-2 finish in the 5000 with James Leakos (13:58.67) just beating Maksim Korolev (13:58.83).
Harvard won with 122 points to Dartmouth's 102 and were led by Adabelle Ekechukwu who won the weight throw almost breaking her own meet and league record. Abbey D'Agostino won the 3K, mile, and ran a leg of the winning 4x800 for Dartmouth.
Abbey D’Agostino dominated on the women’s side while Harvard’s Maksim Korolev won handily for the men.