1988

Heps Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships
Barton Hall (Ithaca, N.Y.) — xxxxxx, 1988

Team Scores
1. Penn, 98
2. Army, 97
3. Princeton, 83
4. Dartmouth, 61
5. Yale, 47
6. Brown, 35
7. Harvard, 32
8. Cornell, 30
9. Columbia, 10
10. Navy, 3

Most Outstanding Performer
Diana Wills (Army)

Recordbreakers
• Meredith Rainey of Harvard in the 400m dash (:53.89), breaking the mark of :55.45 set by Columbia’s Heather Ruddock in 1986.
• Laura Cattivera of Princeton in the 1,500m run (4:47.23), the first time the event was contested.
• Christelle Williams of Penn in the 55m hurdles (:08.02), breaking her own mark of :08.08 set in 1987.
• Kim Seminiano of Army in the high jump (5-9 1/4), breaking the mark of 5-9 set by Yale’s Jane Buchan in 1988.
• Diana Wills of Army in the long jump (19-6), breaking the mark of 19-4 set by Penn’s Joan Phenglaor in 1984.

Multiple Champions
• Christelle Williams, Penn (200, 55 hurdles)
• Diana Wills, Army (55, long jump)

Individual Running Finals
55-meter dash — 1. Diana Wills (Army), 7.15
200-meter dash — 1. Christelle Williams (Penn), 25.18
400-meter dash — 1. Meredith Rainey (Harvard), 53.89
800-meter run — 1. Nancy Easton (Princeton), 2:11.43
Mile run — 1. Laura Cattivera (Princeton), 4:47.23
3,000-meter run — 1. Sarah S. Smith (Yale), 9:39.54
5,000-meter run — 1. Laurie Isbell (Dartmouth), 16:45.16
55-meter hurdles — 1. Christelle Williams (Penn), 8.02

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. Kim Seminiano (Army), 5-9 1/4
Long jump — 1. Diana Wills (Army), 19-6
Shot put — 1. Lyn Yagiela (Army), 42-8 1/2
Weight throw — 1. Jenne Renne (Penn), 46-9 3/4
Pentathlon — 1. Frances Childs (Penn), 3,378

Relays Finals
4×400-meter relay — 1. Princeton, 3:52.36
4×800-meter relay — 1. Penn, 9:06.38

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