Men’s NCAA Results

Highest individual finishes
2. John Hanley, Dartmouth (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 24, 1945)
3. LeRoy Schwartzkopf, Yale (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 21, 1942)
4. Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth (Tucson, Ariz.: Nov. 24, 1986)
5. Walter Hewlett, Harvard (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 23, 1964)
5. Paul Gompers, Harvard (Tucson, Ariz.: Nov. 24, 1986)
6. Jim Sapienza, Dartmouth (State College, Pa.: Nov. 19, 1984)
8. Greg Keller, Navy (Bloomington, Ind.: Nov. 23, 1992)
8. Paul Morrison, Princeton (Bloomington, Ind.: Nov. 22, 1999)
8. Tom McArdle, Dartmouth (Terre Haute, Ind.: Nov. 25, 2002)
9. Richard Lewandowski, Army (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 28, 1949)
9. Dave Merrick, Penn (State College, Pa.: Nov. 24, 1975)
9. Rick Wemple, Yale (Tucson, Ariz.: Nov. 25, 1991)
10. Richard Greene, Army (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 23, 1959)
10. Chris Schille, Brown (Charlottesville, Va.: Nov. 23, 1987)
11. Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth (Charlottesville, Va.: Nov. 23, 1987)
12. Walter Hewlett, Harvard (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 26, 1963)
12. Jim Gibson, Yale (Annapolis, Md.: Nov. 20, 1989)
12. Brian Clas, Cornell (Bethlehem, Pa.: Nov. 22, 1993)
13. John Lawlor, Navy (Lawrence, Kan.: Nov. 21, 1966)
13. Grant Whitney, Cornell (Milwaukee, Wis.: Nov. 25, 1985)
14. Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth (Milwaukee, Wis.: Nov. 25, 1985)
15. Michael Midler, Cornell (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 25, 1957)
15. Curt Alitz, Army (State College, Pa.: Nov. 24, 1975)
16. Tom McArdle, Dartmouth (Greenville, S.C., Nov. 19, 2001)
17. Richard Greene, Army (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 24, 1958)
17. Chris Schille, Brown (Tucson, Ariz.: Nov. 24, 1986)
17. Thomas Paskus, Dartmouth (Charlottesville, Va.: Nov. 23, 1987)
17. Ian Carswell, Harvard (Ames, Iowa: Nov. 20, 1995)
18. Dave Merrick, Penn (Knoxville, Tenn.: Nov. 22, 1971)
18. Lucas Meyer, Yale (Terre Haute, Ind.: Nov. 23, 2004)
19. Richard Shea, Army (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 28, 1949)
19. William Bachrach, Yale (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 21, 1960)
19. Frank Shorter, Yale (Bronx, N.Y.: Nov. 25, 1968)
20. William Straub, Army (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 26, 1963)
21. Dave Eckel, Cornell (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 25, 1957)
21. Joe LeMay, Princeton (Ames, Iowa: Nov. 21, 1988)
21. Jason Stewart, Army (Bethlehem, Pa.: Nov. 22, 1993)
21. Brian Leung, Princeton (Terre Haute, Ind.: Nov. 22, 2010)
22. Ronnie Harris, Navy (Milwaukee, Wis.: Nov. 25, 1985)
23. William Berger, Columbia (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 24, 1947)
23. Robert Lowe, Brown (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 21, 1960)
23. Dave Pottetti, Harvard (Bronx, N.Y.: Nov. 25, 1968)
23. Greg Whiteley, Brown (Ames, Iowa: Nov. 21, 1988)
25. Richard Healy, Army (East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 24, 1958)

Three-time top 25s
Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth [1985 (14), 1986 (4), 1987 (11)]

Two-time top 25s
Richard Greene, Army [1958 (17), 1959 (10)]
Walter Hewlett, Harvard [1963 (12), 1964 (5)]
Tom McArdle, Dartmouth [2001 (16), 2002 (8)]
Dave Merrick, Penn [1971 (18), 1975 (9)]
Chris Schille, Brown [1986 (17), 1987 (10)]

Three-time top 100s
Michael Donaghu, Dartmouth [1986 (36), 1987 (28), 1988 (46)]
Ronald Fatih, Dartmouth [1987 (58), 1988 (45), 1989 (61)]
Ronnie Harris, Navy [1984 (45), 1985 (22), 1986 (34)]
Enda Johnson, Brown [1999 (77), 2000 (68), 2001 (85)]
Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth [1985 (14), 1986 (4), 1987 (11)]
Brian Lenihan, Dartmouth (1986 [57], 1987 (60), 1988 (65)]
Tom McArdle, Dartmouth [2000 (52), 2001 (16), 2002 (8)]
David Nightingale, Princeton [2005 (89), 2006 (39), 2007 (73)]
Thomas Paskus, Dartmouth [1986 (42), 1987 (17), 1988 (41)]
Jim Sapienza, Dartmouth [1982 (38), 1983 (62), 1984 (6)]
Karl Thornton, Penn [1969 (91), 1970 (56), 1971 (81)]
Ben True, Dartmouth [2005 (32), 2006 (59), 2008 (53)]

Top times, four miles
20:10.0 — Walter Hewlett, Harvard (1963)
20:12.0 — Michael Midler, Cornell (1957)
20:20.0 — Dave Eckel, Cornell (1957)
20:24.3 — Walter Hewlett, Harvard (1964)
20:25.0 — William Straub, Army (1963)
20:38.0 — William Bachrach, Yale (1960)
20:45.0 — Robert Lowe, Brown (1960)
20:45.0 — James Byard, Cornell (1963)
20:48.0 — Richard Lewandowski, Army (1949)
20:50.5 — Robert Mack, Yale (1960)
20:53.0 — Richard Greene, Army (1958)
20:53.0 — John Jones, Army (1960)
20:54.0 — LeRoy Schwartzkopf, Yale (1942)
20:58.0 — Howard Roberts, Army (1960)
21:06.0 — Charles Hill, Cornell (1957)
21:07.0 — Richard Shea, Army (1949)
21:09.0 — Richard Healy, Army (1958)
21:09.0 — Lynn Bender, Army (1960)
21:10.1 — Kirk McCreary, Cornell (1957)

Top times, six miles
29:05.2 — Dave Merrick, Penn (1975)
29:13.2 — Curt Alitz, Army (1975)
29:14.0 — Jon Anderson, Cornell (1970)
29:27.0 — Karl Thornton, Penn (1970)
29:36.0 — Donald Alexander, Cornell (1970)
29:36.2 — Paul Heck, Columbia (1975)
29:37.0 — Tom Yunck, Princeton (1970)
29:46.0 — Tom Spengler, Harvard (1970)
29:47.6 — Laurence Trachtenberg, Princeton (1975)
29:48.0 — Robert Childs, Penn (1972)
29:51.0 — Dennis O’Brien, Princeton (1970)
29:55.4 — John Cabell, Princeton (1975)
29:56.0 — Jeff Kramer, Navy (1972)
29:59.0 — Bill Good, Princeton (1970)
30:07.0 — Frank Shorter, Yale (1968)
30:09.0 — Phil Ritson, Cornell (1970)
30:09.0 — John Quirk, Harvard (1970)
30:11.0 — Dave Pottetti, Harvard (1968)
30:14.0 — Dave Merrick, Penn (1971)
30:15.0 — Julio Piazza, Penn (1970)
30:15.0 — Robert Childs, Penn (1970)

Top times, 10 kilometers
29:16.41 — Curt Alitz, Army (1976)
29:32.19 — Chris Schille, Brown (1987)
29:35.29 — Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth (1987)
29:45.2 — Jim Sapienza, Dartmouth (1984)
29:46.09 — Dean Stephens, Dartmouth (1976)
29:46.3 — Tom McArdle, Dartmouth (2002)
29:47.0 — Tom McArdle, Dartmouth (2001)
29:47.39 — Jeffrey Campbell, Harvard (1976)
29:49.20 — Thomas Paskus, Dartmouth (1987)
29:52.05 — Tim Cummins, Navy (1976)
29:54.9 — Brian Clas, Cornell (1993)
29:56.0 — Joe LeMay, Princeton (1988)
29:57.07 — Claude Barron, Navy (1976)
29:58.0 — Greg Whiteley, Brown (1988)
30:01.17 — Steven Sholtes, Penn (1976)
30:03.01 — Michael Donaghu, Dartmouth (1987)
30:04.81 — Stein Rafto, Harvard (1976)
30:06.83 — Grant Whitney, Cornell (1985)
30:07.71 — Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth (1985)
30:08.59 — Jim Gibson, Yale (1989)
At Terre Haute, Ind.
29:46.3 — Tom McArdle, Dartmouth (2002)
30:14.8 — Dan Chenoweth, Harvard (2008)
30:15.6 — Ben True, Dartmouth (2005)
30:18.3 — Brian Leung, Princeton (2010)
30:21.5 — Dusty Lieb, Penn (2002)
30:23.6 — Dan Chenoweth, Harvard (2009)
30:25.9 — Frank McCreery, Princeton (2005)
30:26.4 — Donn Cabral, Princeton (2010)
30:30.8 — Ben True, Dartmouth (2008)
30:34.0 — Glenn Randall, Dartmouth (2008)
30:37.9 — Mark Amirault, Princeton (2010)

Closest to winner
:05.8 — John Hanley (Dartmouth), 1945, 21:20 [Winner: Fred Feiler (Drake), 21:14.2]
:16.4 — Jim Sapienza (Dartmouth), 1984, 29:45.2 [Winner: Ed Eyestone (BYU), 29:28.8]
:16.8 — Walter Hewlett (Harvard), 1964, 20:24.3 [Winner: Elmore Banton (Ohio U.), 20:07.5]
:17.2 — Chris Schille (Brown), 1987, 29:32.19 [Winner: Joe Falcon (Arkansas), 29:14.97]
:20.3 — Bob Kempainen (Dartmouth), 1987, 29:35.29 [Winner: Joe Falcon (Arkansas), 29:14.97]
:22.3 — Richard Lewandowski (Army), 1949, 20:48.0 [Winner: Robert Black (Rhode Island), 20:25.7]
:22.5 — Brian Clas (Cornell), 1993, 29:54.9 [Winner: Josephat Kapkory (Washington State), 29:32.4]
:28.8 — Bob Kempainen (Dartmouth), 1986, 30:56.36 [Winner: Aaron Ramirez (Arizona), 30:27.53]
:33.2 — Rick Wemple (Yale), 1991, 30:50.3 [Winner: Sean Dollman (Western Kentucky), 30:17.1]
:34.3 — Thomas Paskus (Dartmouth), 1987, 29:49.20 [Winner: Joe Falcon (Arkansas), 29:14.97]
:35.0 — Walter Hewlett (Harvard), 1963, 20:10 [Winner: Vic Zwolak (Villanova), 19:35.0]
:35.0 — Paul Gompers (Harvard), 1986, 31:02.54 [Winner: Aaron Ramirez (Arizona), 30:27.53]
:35.9 — Paul Morrison (Princeton), 1999, 30:42.5 [Winner: David Kimani (South Alabama), 30:06.6]
:36.0 — LeRoy Schwartzkopf (Yale), 1942, 20:54.0 [Winner: Oliver N. Hunter III (Notre Dame), 20:18.0]
:36.0 — Joe LeMay (Princeton), 1988, 29:56 [Winner: Robert Kennedy (Indiana), 29:20]
:38.0 — Jim Gibson (Yale), 1989, 30:08.59 [Winner: Jon Nuttall (Iowa State), 29:30.55]
:38.0 — Greg Whiteley (Brown), 1988, 29:58 [Winner: Robert Kennedy (Indiana), 29:20]
:41.3 — Richard Shea (Army), 1949, 21:07.0 [Winner: Robert Black (Rhode Island), 20:25.7]
:41.6 — Tom McArdle (Dartmouth), 2002, 29:46.3 [Winner: Jorge Torres (Colorado), 29:04.7]
:41.9 — Dave Merrick (Penn), 1975, 29:05.2 [Winner: Craig Virgin (Illinois), 28:23.3]
:43.3 — Richard Greene (Army), 1959, 21:19 [Winner: Al Lawrence (Houston), 20:35.7]

Highest team finishes
2. Dartmouth (1986) — Tucson, Ariz.: Nov. 24
2. Dartmouth (1987) — Charlottesville, Va.: Nov. 23
3. Army (1958) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 24
3. Penn (1971) — Knoxville, Tenn.: Nov. 22
5. Army (1949) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 28
5. Dartmouth (1988) — Ames, Iowa: Nov. 21
6. Army (1960) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 21
6. Army (1993) — Bethlehem, Pa.: Nov. 22
7. Cornell (1957) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 25
7. Army (1959) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 23
7. Navy (1985) — Milwaukee, Wis.: Nov. 25
7. Navy (1992) — Bloomington, Ind.: Nov. 23
8. Penn (1969) — Bronx, N.Y.: Nov. 24
9. Harvard (1968) — Bronx, N.Y.: Nov. 25
9. Brown (1987) — Charlottesville, Va.: Nov. 23
9. Dartmouth (1989) — Annapolis, Md.: Nov. 20
11. Army (1961) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 27
12. Brown (1963) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 26
12. Princeton (2010) — Terre Haute, Ind.: Nov. 22
13. Brown (1992) — Bloomington, Ind.: Nov. 23
13. Dartmouth (1993) — Bethlehem, Pa.: Nov. 22
14. Harvard (1964) — East Lansing, Mich.: Nov. 23
15. Cornell (1971) — Knoxville, Tenn.: Nov. 22
15. Navy (1974) — Bloomington, Ind.: Nov. 25
15. Princeton (1975) — State College, Pa.: Nov. 24
15. Dartmouth (1994) — Fayetteville, Ark.: Nov. 21
15. Dartmouth (1998) — Lawrence, Kan.: Nov. 23
15. Dartmouth (2005) — Terre Haute, Ind.: Nov. 21

Most team appearances
17, Dartmouth (1975-76-80-83-86-87-88-89-91-93-94-95-98-99-00-01-05)
11, Princeton (1969-71-72-75-76-80-81-97-98-99-10)
10, Navy (1972-74-75-76-84-85-88-89-92-97)
9, Army (1949-58-59-60-61-65-78-86-93)*
7, Harvard (1964-68-69-70-76-78-79)
5, Cornell (1957-70-71-77-92)
4, Brown (1963-87-92-96)
4, Penn (1969-70-71-75)
*Army appeared in 1996, after leaving Heps

Outright All-Americans
1942. LeRoy Schwartzkopf, Yale
1945. John Hanley, Dartmouth
1949. Richard Lewandowski, Army
1957. Michael Midler, Cornell
1959. Richard Greene, Army
1963. Walter Hewlett, Harvard
1964. Walter Hewlett, Harvard
1966. John Lawlor, Navy
1968. Frank Shorter, Yale; Dave Pottetti, Harvard
1971. Dave Merrick, Penn
1975. Dave Merrick, Penn; Curt Alitz, Army
1984. Jim Sapienza, Dartmouth
1985. Grant Whitney, Cornell; Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth; Ronnie Harris, Navy
1986. Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth; Paul Gompers, Harvard; Chris Schille, Brown
1987. Chris Schille, Brown; Bob Kempainen, Dartmouth; Thomas Paskus, Dartmouth
1988. Joe LeMay, Princeton; Greg Whiteley, Brown
1989. Jim Gibson, Yale
1991. Rick Wemple, Yale
1992. Greg Keller, Navy
1993. Brian Clas, Cornell; Jason Stewart, Army
1995. Ian Carswell, Harvard
1999. Paul Morrison, Princeton
2001. Tom McArdle, Dartmouth
2002. Tom McArdle, Dartmouth; Dusty Lieb, Penn
2004. Lucas Meyer, Yale; Bruce Hyde, Cornell; Jeff Gaudette, Brown
2010. Brian Leung, Princeton; Donn Cabral, Princeton

SOURCE: Kirk Reynolds and Sieg Lindstrom, Track & Field News