No. 3 — The Golden State

Posted: 29 December by Brett Hoover in Announcement
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The nation’s most-populous state sends 100-plus athletes more than 3,000 miles to their respective Heps institutions. If the average student-athlete makes two round trips per school year, that comes to more than 1.2 million sky miles from just these folks. Without question, some airline should come to HepsTrack.com and lavish us with big money for advertising space. Come on, ad-placement folks at the airlines, do your jobs. Call me.

Ivy Leaguers from California asserted themselves at Outdoor Heps in 2010. Princeton’s Conor McCullough (Canoga Park) broke a long-standing championship record in the hammer throw before winning the world juniors in Canada over the summer. Yale’s Kate Grace (Santa Monica) won yet another 800-meter crown and Californians took the women’s distance runs, the 5k going to Brown’s Ariel Wright (Oakland) and Princeton’s Sarah Cummings (Newport Beach). Cummings comes from the most prolific producer of Hepsters in the nation — Corona del Mar High School.

Getting to know California a bit more:

Los Angeles County — nearly twice the size of America’s second-largest county — has more people than 42 U.S. states. It had about four million people in 1950 before ripping the heart out of Brooklyn by stealing its beloved Dodgers. Now it has more than 10 million residents (yet still no NFL team). Searching through the state symbols, you will find that California does not just have an official gold rush ghost town (Bodie), but also an official silver rush ghost town (Calico). Where is the official bronze rush ghost town?

The 102 Ivies from California are listed after the jump.


Agoura Hills (Oak Park) — Tayler Johnson (Columbia ’14)
Alameda (Bishop O’Dowd) — Alexi Pappas (Dartmouth ’12)
Atherton (Menlo-Atherton) — Kim O’Donnell (Harvard ’12)
Berkeley (Berkeley) — Austin Snyder (Brown ’13)
Carmel Valley (Carmel Valley) — Thea Lee (Harvard ’11)
Castro Valley (College Prepatory) — Vitaly Druker (Columbia ’12)
Corona del Mar (Corona del Mar) — Marisa Cummings (Princeton ’14)
Corona del Mar (Corona del Mar) — Thomas Hutchison (Harvard ’11)
Coronado (Coronado) — Benjamin Enowitz (Harvard ’12)
Danville (De La Salle) — Ricky Kearney (Princeton ’12)
Davis (Davis Senior) — Nora Norvell (Cornell ’14)
Glendora (Glendora) — Christopher Ramsey (Yale ’13)
Granite Bay (Granite Bay) — Caitlin Clark (Brown ’12)
Hermosa Beach (Mira Costa) — Alex Adler (Columbia ’12)
Kentfield (Kentfield) — Emily Livingston (Princeton ’13)
La Canada Flintridge (La Canada) — Jonathan Sparks (Harvard ’14)
La Jolla (La Jolla) — Nihal Kayali (Yale ’13)
La Jolla (La Jolla Country Day) — Lauren Pischel (Brown ’11)
La Mesa (Our Lady of Peace) — Sammy Silva (Harvard ’13)
Lafayette (Acalanes) — Donald Kephart (Dartmouth ’11)
Lafayette (Acalanes) — Emily Shearer (Cornell ’14)
Laguna Beach (Laguna Beach) — Alexandra Crawley (Columbia ’11)
Laguna Beach (Laguna Beach) — Blake Hofmeister (Yale ’14)
LaVerne (Marlborough School) — Ashtynn Baltimore (Harvard ’13)
Livermore (San Luis Obispo) — Angela Clague (Columbia ’14)
Long Beach (Long Beach Poly) — Tara Richmond (Columbia ’14)
Los Alamitos (Los Alamitos) — David Kim (Cornell ’14)
Los Angeles (Harvard Westlake) — Rachel Kuschner (Yale ’11)
Los Angeles (John Marshall) — David Coneway (Princeton ’14)
Los Angeles (Marlborough School) — Carlyle Davis (Harvard ’13)
Los Angeles (Marlborough School) — Jasmine Harvey (Cornell ’14)
Los Angeles (Marlborough School) — Celia Stockwell (Yale ’11)
Los Angeles (Metairie Park Country Day) — Tyrone DeSpenza (Dartmouth ’13)
Los Angeles (Westridge) — Emily Townsend (Penn ’12)
Los Gatos (Los Gatos) — Jillian Goodwin (Columbia ’11)
Los Gatos (Los Gatos) — Christine Reed (Harvard ’12)
Los Gatos (Valley Christian) — Kristen Houp (Columbia ’12)
Manhattan Beach (Harvard Westlake) — Laura Meadors (Columbia ’12)
Manhattan Beach (Mira Costa) — Aleyna La Croix (Brown ’14)
Mission Viejo (Tesoro) — John Dingus (Harvard ’12)
Monte Sereno (Archbishop Mitty) — Nicole Sliva (Harvard ’12)
Moraga (Campolindo) — Ross Geiger (Brown ’13)
Moraga (Campolindo) — Stacey Jung (Harvard ’12)
Moraga (Miramonte) — Taylor Neason (Penn ’11)
Mountain View (Mountain View) — Ian Myjer (Harvard ’14)
Mountain View (Mountain View) — Garrett Rowe (Princeton ’14)
Newport Beach (Corona del Mar) — Kimberly Condino (Penn ’13)
Newport Beach (Corona del Mar) — Sarah Cummings (Princeton ’11)
Newport Beach (Corona del Mar) — Kristina Funahashi (Harvard ’14)
Newport Beach (Corona del Mar) — Tiffany Liu (Princeton ’11)
Newport Beach (Corona del Mar) — Hilary May (Harvard ’11)
Newport Beach (Newport Harbor) — Jessica Robson (Dartmouth ’11)
Newport Beach (Sage Hill School) — Caitlin Williamson (Columbia ’13)
Newport Coast (Corona del Mar) — Blaine Bolus (Harvard ’13)
Newport Coast (Corona del Mar) — Thomas Dialynas (Princeton ’12)
Newport Harbor (Newport Harbor) — Jake Taylor (Princeton ’14)
Oakland (Piedmont) — Jamie Kent (Penn ’14)
Oakland (St. Mary’s College) — Matt Duffy (Brown ’12)
Palm Springs (Palm Springs) — Chase Aaronson (Cornell ’12)
Palo Alto (Palo Alto) — Daniel Jones (Yale ’14)
Palos Verdes (Palos Verdes) — Vincent Sghiatti (Brown ’13)
Pasadena (Flintridge Sacred Heart) — Katie Hernandez (Harvard ’14)
Pasadena (Loyola) — Dan Higgins (Penn ’11)
Pleasanton (Foothills) — Danielle Glaeser (Princeton ’12)
Redondo Beach (Redondo Union) — Rachel Baker (Brown ’13)
Sacramento (Jesuit) — Isaac Serwanga (Princeton ’12)
Sacramento (Loretto) — Olivia Mickle (Brown ’13)
Sacramento (Rosemont) — Brienna Crimmins (Brown ’14)
San Carlos (Carlmont) — Fedor Garin (Harvard ’13)
San Clemente (San Clemente) — Christina Twicken (Harvard ’14)
San Diego (Cathedral Catholic) — Daniel Thomas (Cornell ’12)
San Diego (La Jolla) — Tess Plant-Thomas (Brown ’13)
San Diego (Patrick Henry) — Kellen Blumberg (Harvard ’14)
San Diego (Torrey Pines) — Dillon Jack (Brown ’13)
San Francisco (Branson School) — Steven Iglehart (Columbia ’13)
San Francisco (Phillips Exeter) — Morgan Kelly (Harvard ’14)
San Francisco (San Francisco University) — Andrea Imhof (Dartmouth ’11)
San Francisco (San Francisco University) — Eve King (Yale ’11)
San Francisco (San Francisco University) — Weishen Mead (Harvard ’13)
San Jose (Leland) — Stephanie Barnett (Harvard ’13)
San Jose (St. Lawrence Academy) — Josh Cusick (Cornell ’12)
San Juan Capistrano (Capistrano Valley) — Jonathan Brady (Dartmouth ’14)
San Luis Obispo (San Luis Obispo) — Cara Vernacchia (Dartmouth ’13)
San Rafael (Marin Catholic) — Theresa Devine (Princeton ’14)
Sanata Paula (Nordhoff) — Catherine Hasbrouck (Harvard ’14)
Santa Barbara (Laguna Blanca) — Kevin Lunn (Yale ’13)
Santa Clarita (Hart) — Brooke Russell (Princeton ’11)
Santa Monica (Marlborough School) — Kate Grace (Yale ’11)
Santa Monica (Santa Monica) — Joseph Daou (Brown ’14)
Santa Rosa (Montgomery) — Corinne Rich (Penn ’12)
Simi Valley (Royal) — Hudson Andrews (Princeton ’11)
Solana Beach (Torrey Pines) — Erin Gillingham (Columbia ’13)
Sunnyvale (Homestead) — Sarah Engle (Columbia ’12)
Temecula (Great Oak) — Lauren Campfield (Dartmouth ’11)
Venice (Santa Monica) — Robert Paris (Harvard ’12)
Westlake Village (Agoura) — Christopher Baird (Penn ’11)
Westlake Village (Agoura) — Erin Baird (Penn ’12)
Westlake Village (Oaks Christian) — Roseanne Fleming (Brown ’12)
Westwood (Loyola) — Chris Stanley (Yale ’11)
Woodland Hills (Harvard Westlake) — Zaakirah Daniels (Cornell ’14)
Yountville (Napa) — Kurt Ruegg (Harvard ’14)
Hometown, high school & class unknown for Californian Jon Haahr (Cornell)

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