Incidentally, word from the Cornell coaches (I spoke with one or two while at Princeton's meet) was that the Cornell women did *not* go out intentionally slowly at Wisconsin, but (maybe in part because of their position on the starting line) simply didn't get out with the field and had a lot of catching up to do--on a course where, per the video that was posted, there were several tight spots (at least for a field that large) that made passing almost impossible. This makes K. Kellner's finish even more impressive to me: she had to pass (somehow) 300+ to get where she ended up!
I really wonder whether so many teams will want to attend that meet next year. Obviously you want the opportunity to compile some "push" points for getting to the NCAA meet, but it appears that the crowded field hurt, rather than helped, some teams in that regard. Even the Cornell women, if they hadn't eked out that one-point margin over Providence, would probably have been considerably less pleased with their result.
Anyway, next weekend should be "quiet" for most Ivy teams as they prepare for Heps. I know Cornell has a home meet, but doubt that any their Heps-probable runners will compete; Princeton isn't scheduled for anything, and Brown has its Rothenburg run--wouldn't expect to see the varsity there, either. Harvard has nothing scheduled.