1997

Heps Women’s Indoor Track & Field Championships
Gordon Track (Cambridge, Mass.) — February 22-23, 1997

Team Scores
1. Princeton, 114 2/3
2. Cornell, 102
3. Brown, 89 1/3
4. Penn, 80
5. Navy, 38
6. Dartmouth, 34
7. Harvard, 22
8. Yale, 9
9. Columbia, 7

Most Outstanding Performer
Nicole Harrison (Princeton)

Recordbreakers
• Nicole Harrison of Princeton in the 55m dash (:06.94), breaking her own mark of :06.97 set in 1996, AND in the 200m dash (:24.22), breaking the mark of :24.51 set by Brown’s Teri Smith in 1989.
• Tammy Renda of Brown in the weight throw (56-1), breaking the record of 56-0 1/2 set by Cornell’s Tina Rankin in 1995.
• The mile relay of Brown (3:48.26), breaking the mark of 3:52.09 set by Harvard in 1994.

Multiple Champions
• Nicole Harrison, Princeton (55, 200, 55 hurdles)
• Tammy Renda, Brown (shot, weight throw)

Individual Running Finals
55-meter dash — 1. Nicole Harrison (Princeton), 6.94
200-meter dash — 1. Nicole Harrison (Princeton), 24.22
400-meter dash — 1. Bynia Reed (Princeton), 56.73
800-meter run — 1. Becky Dennison (Cornell), 2:09.81
Mile run — 1. Tanya Baker (Princeton), 4:48.48
3,000-meter run — 1. Katie Talarico (Princeton), 9:33.50
5,000-meter run — 1. Jenna Rogers (Dartmouth), 16:40.16
55-meter hurdles — 1. Nicole Harrison (Princeton), 7.81

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. Suzanne Dondero (Navy), 5-8
Long jump — 1. Aqiyla Muhammed (Penn), 18-5 3/4
Triple jump — 1. Anita Jakelic (Cornell), 39-3 3/4
Shot put — 1. Tammy Renda (Brown), 43-2 1/4
Weight throw — 1. Tammy Renda (Brown), 56-1
Pentathlon — 1. Angela Jimenez (Penn), 3,721

Relays Finals
One-mile relay — 1. Brown, 3:48.26
Two-mile relay — 1. Cornell, 9:04.06

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