Home for the Holidays

Posted: 20 December by Brett Hoover in Athletes
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It’s hasty-departure-from-campus time. Students are stuffing travel bags full of dirty clothes and scurrying home to enjoy real food as well as some time away from their studies. It is a time to reconnect with high school friends, stay out until the wee hours and then sleep in as the parents dutifully prepare the home for the holiday festivities soon to come.

Yup, enjoy life now, college kids. The end of your pampering looms. And just where does the Heps Nation go for the holidays? Where exactly is home?

Well, as we said earlier, HepsTrack has broken down the rosters, tossed them into a handy dandy database and churned out the results. And if they are heading home for the holidays, the Hepsters are off to 46 of the 50 states, the nation’s capitol and 11 foreign lands. We have already told you about the states that have sent us one or none. We have detailed the non-Americans. We even told you which high schools sent the most track and field athletes to the Ivy League.

Now comes the state-by-state breakdown. After the jump is a listing of the bottom 40 (as well as Washington, D.C.). We will release the top 10 on a daily basis between now and the New Year. And don’t just enjoy it, send it along to the college sports writer at your local paper!


11. Michigan (21)
Ann Arbor (Pioneer) — Dominique Corley (Cornell ’14)
Ann Arbor (Pioneer) — Paige Madison (Penn ’12)
Ann Arbor (Pioneer) — Michael Weisbuch (Columbia ’11)
Battle Creek (Walled Lake Western) — Alysha Johnson (Harvard ’14)
Bloomfield Hills (Brother Rice) — Mike Murphy (Columbia ’13)
Brownstown (Woodhaven) — Aaron Bailey (Penn ’14)
Brownstown (Woodhaven) — Gary Brownell (Columbia ’12)
Cheboygan (Cheboygan Area) — Victoria Buhr (Brown ’13)
Clinton Township (Chippewa Valley) — Tyler Danna (Penn ’13)
Dearborn (Fordson) — Julian Domanico (Penn ’12)
Detroit (Riverside) — Sharay Hale (Columbia ’12)
Glenn (Saugatuck) — Christian Birky (Princeton ’13)
Grand Rapids (Forest Hills Northern) — Marieme Mbaye (Yale ’12)
Grosse Pointe Park (Grosse Pointe South) — Chelsea Gilbert (Harvard ’13)
Monroe (Monroe) — Justin Heck (Columbia ’12)
Novi (Detroit Catholic Central) — Scott Sansovich (Harvard ’13)
Rochester Hills (Rochester Adams) — David Demres (Yale ’11)
Rockford (Rockford) — Ryan Romain (Harvard ’14)
Spring Lake (Spring Lake) — India Peek Jensen (Harvard ’14)
Troy (Detroit Country Day) — Brian Tan (Cornell ’11)
Ypsilanti (Ypsilanti) — Kyra Caldwell (Columbia ’12)

12. Wisconsin (20)
Appleton (Xavier) — Michael Stumpf (Brown ’13)
Baraboo (Baraboo) — Lacey Craker (Brown ’13)
Germantown (Germantown) — Andrea Sielicki (Cornell ’14)
Kenosha (Tremper) — Rocco Pallin (Dartmouth ’12)
Madison (Madison West) — Brett Kelly (Cornell ’13)
Madison (Robert M. Lafollette) — Andy Buchanan (Columbia ’12)
Mequon (Homestead) — Lauren Barber (Harvard ’12)
Mequon (Homestead) — Brad Pelisek (Princeton ’14)
Milwaukee (Rufus King) — Joe Stilin (Princeton ’12)
Milwaukee (Shorewood) — Dennis Walsh (Princeton ’11)
Milwaukee (Wauwatosa East) — Liya Assefa (Yale ’11)
Nekoosa (Nekoosa) — Ben Tenpass (Cornell ’14)
Racine (Racine) — Alexis Mikaelian (Princeton ’13)
Seymour (Seymour) — Alaina Murphy (Harvard ’14)
Thiensville (Homestead) — Rachel Biblo (Brown ’11)
Whitefish Bay (Whitefish Bay) — Kyle McFadden (Penn ’12)
Whitefish Bay (Whitefish Bay) — Megan Palmer (Brown ’14)
Whitefish Bay (Whitefish Bay) — Kevin Sullivan (Penn ’11)
Whitefish Bay (Whitefish Bay) — Hannah Wallace (Brown ’13)
Whitewater (Whitewater) — Samba Binagi (Yale ’11)

13t. Georgia (18)
Alpharetta (Alpharetta) — Chelsea Hassett (Dartmouth ’13)
Alpharetta (Marist School) — Chelsea Fetter (Penn ’14)
Atlanta (Marist School) — Lydia Arias (Princeton ’12)
Atlanta (Marist School) — David Connolly (Dartmouth ’13)
Atlanta (Westminster School) — Maalik Reynolds (Penn ’14)
Carrollton (Carrollton) — Thanithia Billings (Princeton ’11)
Chamblee (Chamblee) — Emily Reese (Harvard ’14)
Decatur (Southwest Dekalb) — Austin Hollimon (Princeton ’12)
Douglasville (Chapel Hill) — Chase Eldredge (Dartmouth ’11)
Douglasville (North Atlanta) — Cydney Gillon (Penn ’14)
Grayson (Grayson) — William Kovalczyk (Columbia ’14)
Lawrenceville (Collins Hill) — Jacqueline Drouin (Columbia ’11)
Lithonia (Southwest Dekalb) — Jacqui Brown (Columbia ’11)
Marietta (George Walton) — Leila Norman (Columbia ’12)
Marietta (Lassiter) — Gabrielle Piper (Penn ’14)
Roswell (Phillips Academy) — Kara Hollis (Harvard ’11)
Stone Mountain (Clarkston) — Muhammed Abdul-Shakoor (Dartmouth ’11)
Stone Mountain (Peachtree Ridge) — Justin Holloman (Columbia ’12)

13t. Maryland (18)
Annapolis (McDonogh School) — Christopher Fletcher (Dartmouth ’11)
Baltimore (Bryn Mawr School) — Alexandra Tanner (Dartmouth ’11)
Baltimore (Gilman School) — Evan Bryant (Dartmouth ’12)
Baltimore (Parkville) — Uju Ofoche (Columbia ’13)
Bethesda (Holton-Arms School) — Bianca Williams (Princeton ’11)
Bethesda (Montgomery Blair) — Nilan Schnure (Princeton ’12)
Bowie (Eleanor Roosevelt) — Abidemi Adenikinju (Princeton ’13)
Boyds (Poolesville) — Olivia Durr (Dartmouth ’13)
Chevy Chase (Maret) — Victoria Strickland (Penn ’12)
Clarksville (River Hill) — Dorehn Coleman (Cornell ’14)
Gaithersburg (Quince Orchard) — Cara Harrison (Brown ’11)
Lanham (Eleanor Roosevelt) — Zawadi Rowe (Dartmouth ’12)
Lusby (Patuxent) — Tom Scott (Princeton ’14)
Millersville (Georgetown Prep) — Chuma Ogunwole (Harvard ’12)
Rockville (Georgetown Prep) — Joseph Woiwode (Dartmouth ’14)
Rockville (Thomas Sprigg) — Veronica Salcido (Penn ’12)
Silver Spring (Springbrook) — Jordan Sawadogo (Princeton ’11)
Williamsport (Williamsport) — Jessica Johnson (Princeton ’12)

15. Oregon (16)
Ashland (Ashland) — Matt Miner (Dartmouth ’12)
Bend (Summit) — Alyssa O’Connor (Cornell ’13)
Corvallis (Corvallis) — Brad Nelson (Dartmouth ’13)
Eugene (Eugene) — Sam Kirtner (Yale ’12)
Eugene (Mount Spokane) — Holleigh Bergstrom (Brown ’14)
Eugene (South Eugene) — Sasha Teninty (Brown ’14)
Hillsboro (Glencoe) — Kaytlin Fischer (Cornell ’14)
Lake Oswego (Jesuit) — Peter Maag (Princeton ’12)
Lake Oswego (Jesuit) — Rachel Sebastian (Penn ’12)
Medford (St. Mary’s School) — Sean Igelman (Brown ’14)
Mt. Hood (Hood River Valley) — Lauren Lloyd (Cornell ’14)
Portland (Jesuit) — Katie Sullivan (Cornell ’11)
Portland (Jesuit) — Noelle Van Rysselberghe (Columbia ’13)
Portland (Lincoln) — Bianca Mathabane (Princeton ’11)
Portland (Lincoln) — Nathan Mathabane (Princeton ’13)
Salem (South Salem) — Mars Jacobson (Penn ’14)

16t. Indiana (15)
Bloomington (Bloomington) — Caleb Galoozis (Harvard ’14)
Bloomington (Bloomington North) — Michael Hoffmann (Harvard ’12)
Culver (Culver Academies) — Alejandro Arroyo Yamin (Princeton ’14)
Elkhart (Elkhart Memorial) — Peter Roach (Cornell ’13)
Fort Wayne (Canterbury) — Kate DeSimone (Brown ’14)
Fort Wayne (Snider) — Chris Christoff (Cornell ’14)
Franklin (Franklin) — Sean Wilson (Princeton ’12)
Indianapolis (Decatur Central) — Bob Belden (Cornell ’12)
Indianpolis (Brebeuf Prep) — Joie Hand (Princeton ’13)
LaPorte (LaPorte) — Kimberly Lienhoop (Cornell ’11)
Leopold (Perry Central) — Nick Huber (Cornell ’12)
Martinsville (Martinsville) — Adrien Dannemiller (Cornell ’11)
Plymouth (Culver Academy) — Alex Banfich (Princeton ’12)
South Bend (Deerfield Academy) — Anthony Schurz (Brown ’12)
South Bend (James Whitcomb Riley) — Maria Catanzarite (Cornell ’13)

16t. Ohio (15)
Boardman (Boardman) — Alexander Lipinsky (Brown ’13)
Canfield (Canfield) — Dustin Brode (Harvard ’14)
Chardon (Chardon) — Luke Grau (Penn ’11)
Cleveland Heights (University School) — Marc Howland (Brown ’11)
Columbus (Westerville South) — Jedidiah Adarquah-Yiadom (Cornell ’13)
Dayton (Oakwood) — Peter Hix (Brown ’14)
Dublin (Dublin Coffman) — E.J. Williams (Cornell ’14)
Gahanna (Gahanna Lincoln) — Harrison McFann (Columbia ’14)
Lancaster (Fairfield Union) — Jake Pendleton (Dartmouth ’14)
North Olmsted (North Olmsted) — Chris Arlinghaus (Cornell ’12)
Northfield (Nordonia) — John Spooney (Brown ’14)
Poland (Poland Seminary) — Mike Mazerik (Brown ’11)
Shaker Heihts (Shaker Heights) — Katelyn Walker (Dartmouth ’14)
Solon (Solon) — Conner Paez (Penn ’14)
Twinsburg (Twinsburg) — Jalil Bishop (Dartmouth ’14)

16t. Rhode Island (15)
Barrington (Barrington) — Sarah Barry (Yale ’14)
Barrington (Barrington) — Remy Steele (Cornell ’14)
Bristol (La Salle Academy) — Jeanne Mack (Harvard ’12)
Cumberland (Cumberland) — YueYue Guo (Dartmouth ’12)
East Greenwich (Bishop Hendricken) — Ryan Marcus (Columbia ’12)
East Greenwich (East Greenwich) — Mark Feigen (Columbia ’13)
East Greenwich (East Greenwich) — Alexa Monti (Yale ’12)
Middletown (Middletown) — Elizabeth Peterson (Brown ’13)
Portsmouth (St. George) — Phil Royer (Dartmouth ’13)
Providence (Moses Brown) — Jenna Poggi (Yale ’13)
Providence (Ponaganset) — Nicholas Keeling (Brown ’14)
Warwick (Bishop Hendricken) — Nicholas Resendes (Dartmouth ’12)
Warwick (Bishop Hendricken) — Jacob Sienko (Columbia ’14)
Warwick (Toll Gate) — Alexandra Procopio (Dartmouth ’13)
Woonsocket (Woonsocket) — Craig Pearce (Princeton ’11)

19t. Florida (13)
Bartow (Bartow) — Hercules Stancil (Cornell ’14)
Highland Beach (Pope John Paul II) — Dina Emde (Harvard ’11)
Jacksonville (Episcopal) — Laura Steel (Penn ’12)
Jacksonville (St. Johns Country Day) — Eric Clayman (Harvard ’11)
Jacksonville (The Bolles School) — Kenny McClain (Cornell ’12)
Mary Esther (Fort Walton Beach) — Matthew Bevil (Brown ’14)
Melbourne (Holy Trinity Episcopal) — Kyle Cooke (Columbia ’12)
Miami (Ransom Everglades) — Omar Jarrett (Princeton ’14)
Ponte Vedra Beach (The Bolles School) — Evan Saitta (Princeton ’14)
Tallahassee (James S. Rickards) — Laura Hempel (Dartmouth ’12)
Vero Beach (Vero Beach) — Lauren Lapointe (Cornell ’14)
Weston (Cypress Bay) — Catherine Okoukoni (Penn ’12)
Winter Park (Bishop Moore Catholic) — Caroline Buck (Dartmouth ’13)

19t. North Carolina (13)
Asheboro (Asheboro) — Mike Eddy (Princeton ’11)
Cary (Apex) — Kersie Jhabvala (Penn ’14)
Charlotte (Charlotte Latin) — Nnenna Okwara (Columbia ’13)
Charlotte (Independence) — Marty Evans (Yale ’11)
Charlotte (Providence Day School) — Miata Morlu (Columbia ’14)
Fairview (A.C. Reynolds) — Erin McKee (Cornell ’13)
Hillsborough (Durham Academy Upper) — Erik Kraus (Harvard ’14)
Mooresville (Mooresville) — Aisha Cannon (Brown ’14)
Morganton (Patton) — John Schilkowsky (Cornell ’14)
Pinehurst (Pinecrest) — Alexis Schustrom (Columbia ’14)
Raleigh (Southeast Raleigh) — Steven Bell (Cornell ’14)
Wake Forest (Norwin) — Nate Harriger (Penn ’14)
Waxhaw (Marvin Ridge) — David McCuiston (Cornell ’13)

19t. Virginia (13)
Alexandria (T.C. Williams) — Brad Kenimer (Dartmouth ’12)
Annandale (Annandale) — Emily Koppelman (Cornell ’13)
Berryville (Clarke County) — Benjamin Veilleux (Columbia ’13)
Chantilly (Westfield) — Liz Walker (Cornell ’11)
Clifton (Thomas Jefferson) — Evan Heflin (Penn ’12)
Great Falls (Langley) — Amanda Steffy (Cornell ’13)
Lynchburg (E.C. Glass) — Nathan Richards (Yale ’12)
McLean (Potomac School) — Michaeline Nelson (Brown ’12)
McLean (Thomas Jefferson) — Neesha Schnepf (Cornell ’13)
Springfield (Lake Braddock) — Liana Epstein (Yale ’14)
Stafford (Colonial Forge) — K.C. Wade (Princeton ’11)
Vienna (The Potomac School) — Anneka Wilson (Columbia ’14)
Virginia Beach (Landstown) — Leah Brown (Penn ’12)

22. Maine (12)
Brownfield (Fryeburg) — Hector Reynoso (Dartmouth ’12)
Brunswick (Brunswick) — Will Geoghegan (Dartmouth ’14)
Brunswick (Brunswick) — Dave Slovenski (Princeton ’12)
Cumberland (Greely) — Mark McCauley (Columbia ’14)
Ellsworth (Ellsworth) — Corey DeWitt (Dartmouth ’11)
Falmouth (Falmouth) — Ethan Shaw (Dartmouth ’12)
Falmouth (Falmouth) — Tommy Winger (Yale ’13)
Kittery (Phillips Exeter) — Miles Richardson (Yale ’14)
Saco (Thornton Academy) — Brynn Smith (Brown ’11)
Saco (Thornton Academy) — Daniel Smith (Brown ’13)
South Freeport (North Yarmouth) — Henry Sterling (Dartmouth ’14)
York (St. Thomas Aquinas) — Kaitlyn D’Orazio (Dartmouth ’13)

23. Minnesota (9)
Arden Hills (Mounds View) — Natalie Wedell (Yale ’13)
Golden Valley (The Blake School) — Paul Koullick (Harvard ’14)
Lakeville (Lakeville North) — Tyler King (Princeton ’12)
Moorhead (Moorhead) — Jakob Lindaas (Harvard ’13)
Roseville (Roseville) — Emma Lucken (Harvard ’14)
St. Paul (Minnehaha Academy) — William Brown (Princeton ’14)
St. Paul (The Blake School) — Claire Richardson (Harvard ’11)
St. Paul (The Blake School) — Stewart Richardson (Harvard ’13)
Winona (Winona Senior) — Samuel Miner (Columbia ’14)

24t. Arizona (6)
Bullhead City (Mohave) — Jocelyn West (Brown ’13)
Paradise Valley (Brophy Prep) — Adam Thayer (Princeton ’11)
Phoenix (Brophy College Prep) — Harry Danilevics (Columbia ’14)
Phoenix (Notre Dame Prep) — Patrick Foley (Penn ’13)
Phoenix (Xavier) — Karen Schillinger (Cornell ’12)
Suprise (Willow Canyon) — Nony Onyeador (Penn ’13)

24t. Vermont (6)
Burlington (South Burlington) — Matthew Thwaites (Yale ’13)
Essex Junction (Essex) — Sarah Sherman (Cornell ’14)
Jeffersonville (Lamonville Union) — Lucy Higgins (Brown ’11)
Manchester (Burr & Burton Academy) — Nancy Seem (Dartmouth ’14)
Norwich (Hanover) — Aaron Watanabe (Harvard ’14)
St. Johnsbury (St. Johnsbury Academy) — Hannah Rowe (Dartmouth ’14)

26t. Colorado (5)
Colorado Springs (Lewis-Palmer) — Kobi Rex (Harvard ’14)
Denver (North) — Eric Ndikumana (Columbia ’12)
Falcon (Falcon) — Kevin Johnson (Cornell ’13)
Greenwood Village (Cherry Creek) — Clare Gallagher (Princeton ’14)
Littleton (Heritage) — Taylor Baird (Cornell ’12)

26t. D.C. (5)
Washington, D.C. (Episcopal) — Allante Keels (Penn ’13)
Washington, D.C. (Potomac School) — Samantha Adelberg (Brown ’11)
Washington, D.C. (Potomac School) — Kate Chockley (Yale ’14)
Washington, D.C. (St. Albans School) — Seck Berry (Penn ’13)
Washington, D.C. (St. Albans School) — Efayomi Carr (Penn ’12)

26t. Louisiana (5)
Baton Rouge (Episcopal) — Richard Sheldon (Princeton ’13)
Mandeville (Fontainebleau) — Uzunma Udeh (Columbia ’12)
Metairie (Isidore Newmann) — Lily Miller (Princeton ’14)
New Orleans (Isidore Newmann) — Jeremy Sinclair (Penn ’11)
New Orleans (Metairie Park Country Day) — Jara Crear (Brown ’12)

26t. Missouri (5)
Harrisonville (Harrisonville) — Maksim Korolev (Harvard ’14)
Kansas City (Bishop Miege) — Melesa Johnson (Columbia ’11)
Kingston (Polo) — Andrew Ahart (Cornell ’11)
St. Louis (Lutheran South) — Adam Behnke (Columbia ’12)
St. Louis (Metro Academy) — Kali Strother (Penn ’11)

30t. Alaska (4)
Anchorage (Anchorage Christian) — Malina Simmers (Dartmouth ’11)
Anchorage (East Anchorage) — Nathaniel Knapp (Yale ’14)
Haines (Haines) — Chandler Kemp (Cornell ’12)
Juneau (Juneau Douglas) — Kirsten Jorgensen (Harvard ’12)

30t. New Mexico (4)
Albuquerque (Albuquerque Academy) — Dustin Martin (Columbia ’11)
Kirtland (Cushing Academy) — Allison Young (Dartmouth ’13)
Los Alamos (Los Alamos) — Jason Reagor (Princeton ’13)
Los Alamos (Los Alamos) — Eva Uribe (Yale ’11)

30t. Nevada (4)
Las Vegas (Del Soto) — Evan Weinstock (Brown ’14)
Las Vegas (Sierra Vista) — Akil Sharp (Princeton ’13)
Reno (Sage Ridge) — Nathan Chellman (Brown ’12)
Sparks (North Valleys) — Mercy Gbenjo (Cornell ’13)

30t. Tennessee (4)
Knoxville (Bearden) — Mary Hirst (Harvard ’13)
Memphis (Christian Brothers) — Edward Brucker (Harvard ’13)
Memphis (Memphis University School) — Barret Folk (Dartmouth ’13)
Memphis (White Station) — Nate Edelman (Cornell ’11)

34t. Alabama (2)
Birmingham (Altamont) — Elisabeth Molen (Princeton ’11)
Russellville (Mercersburg) — Neb Osman (Penn ’14)

34t. Kansas (2)
Kansas City (Rockhurst) — Ivan Charbonneau (Princeton ’12)
Wetmore (Sabetha) — Hope Winkler (Columbia ’11)

34t. Idaho (2)
Boise (Boise) — Anne Lovelace (Yale ’12)
Boise (Boise) — Jacque Sahlberg (Yale ’12)

34t. Iowa (2)
Bettendorf (Pleasant Valley) — Susan Rodriguez (Columbia ’13)
Spirit Lake (Spirit Lake) — Megan Skalbeck (Princeton ’13)

34t. Montana (2)
Choteau (Choteau) — Ashley Vandolah (Princeton ’14)
Kalispell (Kalispell Flathead) — Karl Ingram (Penn ’14)

34t. Oklahoma (2)
Bixby (Holland Hall) — Emma Steele (Dartmouth ’14)
Edmond (Edmond Santa Fe) — Brian Mills (Princeton ’14)

34t. South Carolina (2)
Bamberg (Bamberg) — Jennifer Forbes (Cornell ’12)
Mount Pleasant (Wando) — Lauren DiNicola (Harvard ’14)

41t. Arkansas (1)
El Dorado (El Dorado) — Irene Jadic (Penn ’14)

41t. Delaware (1)
Dover (Milford) — Alan Hill (Penn ’11)

41t. Hawaii (1)
Aiea (Punahou) — Joy Piotrowski (Dartmouth ’13)

41t. Kentucky (1)
Lexington (Paul Lawrence Dunbar) — Elliott Rosenberg (Cornell ’13)

41t. North Dakota (1)
Bismarck (Bismarck) — Kelsey Reimnitz (Cornell ’12)

41t. Utah (1)
Salt Lake City (Judge Memorial Catholic) — John Foye (Penn ’13)

41t. Wyoming (1)
Casper (Natrona County) — Chelsea Carrick (Columbia ’14)

48t. Mississippi (0)

48t. Nebraska (0)

48t. South Dakota (0)

48t. West Virginia (0)

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