Women’s Top Performers

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1982 — Pat Melton of Yale set Heps records in the 55- (7.27) and 200-meter dashes (25.16)
1983 — Jenny Stricker of Harvard set a Heps record in the 3,000-meter run (9:09.49) and won the 1,500 (4:23.68)
1984 — Tracy Hanlon of Army set a Heps record in the pentathlon (3,791), finished second in the hurdles, fourth in the long jump and sixth in the high jump
1985 — Ellen O’Neil of Dartmouth won the 3,000- (9:34.35) and 5,000-meter runs (16:46.12)
1986 — Christelle Williams of Penn set a Heps record in the 200-meter dash (25.04), matched the 55-meter hurdle mark (8.12) and finished sixth in the triple jump
1987 — Kelly Groteke of Yale won the 3,000- (9:33.95) and 5,000-meter runs (17:10.84)
1988 — Diana Wills of Army set Heps records in the long (19-6) and triple jumps (41-7 3/4) while also winning the 55-meter dash (7.15)
1989 — Kim Seminiano of Army broke her own Heps record in the high jump (5-10 1/4) and won the pentathlon (3,356)
1990 — Meredith Rainey of Harvard won the 55- (7.08), 400- (52.96) and 800-meter events (2:09.87). Her 400-meter time remains a Heps record
mop-beaney1991 — Teri Smith of Brown won the 200- (24.82) and 400-meter dashes (55.07). Smith — who anchored the 4×400-meter relay to a Heps record — ran 24.39 in the 200m heats, also a meet mark
1992 — Susan Smith of Brown won the 55-meter dash (7.21) and hurdles (8.09) as well as anchored the winning mile relay. She also finished second in the 200
1993 — Kristin Beaney of Princeton won the 5,000-meter run (16:32.58) and finished second in the 3,000-meter run
1994 — Kristin Beaney of Princeton became the first two-time Outstanding Performer by winning both the 3,000- (9:27.78) and 5,000-meter runs (16:36.92)
1995 — Laura Woeller of Cornell won the 3,000- (9:52.68) and 5,000-meter runs (16:37.56)
1996 — Nicole Harrison of Princeton won the 55-meter dash (6.97) and hurdles (7.56)
1997 — Nicole Harrison of Princeton set Heps records in the 55-meter (6.94) and 200-meter dashes (24.22), and also placed first in the 55-meter hurdles (7.81)
1998 — Dora Gyorffy of Harvard won both the triple jump (40-3 1/4) and the high jump (6-3 1/4), setting a Heps record with that clearance
mop-taylor1999 — Dora Gyorffy of Harvard broke her own Heps record in the high jump (6-3 1/2), and won the triple jump (41-3)
2000 — Dora Gyorffy of Harvard matched an NCAA record in the high jump (6-5 1/2) and won the triple jump (41-9 3/4) for the third consecutive year
2001 — Brenda Taylor of Harvard won the 60- (7.64) and 200-meter dashes (24.29) as well as the 60-meter hurdles (8.44)
2002 — Katy Jay of Cornell won the 60- (7.62) and 200-meter dashes (24.34) and anchored the winning 4×400-meter relay
2003 — Joslyn Woodard of Yale won the 60- (7.59) and 200-meter dashes (24.47) as well as the long jump (18-6). Her 60m time set a meet record
2004 — Cack Ferrell of Princeton won the mile (4:50.88) and 3,000-meter runs (9:38.34)
2005 — Joslyn Woodard of Yale won the 60- (7.63) and 200-meter dashes (24.49) as well as the long jump (19-9 3/4)
2006 — Cack Ferrell of Princeton and Joslyn Woodard of Yale. Ferrell won the mile in Heps-record time (4:43.63) as well as the 3,000-meter run (9:17.60). Woodard became the first athlete to win 10 career titles, picking up wins in the 60-meter dash (7.61), 200-meter dash (24.80) and long jump (20-5 1/4)
2007 — Jeomi Maduka of Cornell won the long (19-10 3/4) and triple jumps (40-9 3/4) and finished second in the 60-meter dash
2008 — Jeomi Maduka of Cornell won the 60-meter dash (7.58), long jump (21-2) and triple jump (43-1 3/4). The long jump mark established a Heps record
2009 — Jeomi Maduka of Cornell won the 60-meter dash (7.47), 200-meter dash (24.51), long jump (20-6 1/2) and triple jump (43-10 1/2). The 60 and triple marks established Heps records as Maduka became the first person to win four individual events at a single Heps
2010 — Sharay Hale of Columbia had the fastest heat times in Heps history in the 200- and 400-meter dashes and then followed with wins in each, running 53.79 in the 400 and a meet-record 24.20 in the 200.