1980

Heps Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Franklin Field (Philadelphia, Pa.) — May 2-3, 1980

Team Scores
1. Penn, 79
2. Army, 60
3. Princeton, 43
4. Cornell, 36
5. Navy, 35
6. Dartmouth & Harvard, 21
8. Columbia, 12
9. Yale, 10
10. Brown, 3

Most Outstanding Performer
Unknown

Recordbreakers
• Ken Williams of Penn in the 110m hurdles (:14.35), matching the mark set by Navy’s Antoine Campbell in 1977 and Army’s Mike Willis in 1978.
• Steve Kreider of Army in the javelin throw (253-2), breaking his own mark of 252-10 set in 1979.
• The 4x400m relay of Navy (3:10.8), breaking the mark of 3:12.1 set by Army in 1977.

Multiple Champions
None

Individual Running Finals
100-meter dash — 1. Jerry Blow (Army), 10.73
200-meter dash — 1. Steve Skinner (Penn), 21.51
400-meter dash — 1. Jeff Colvin (Navy), 47.14
800-meter run — 1. Jim Arriola (Army), 1:53.13
1,500-meter run — 1. Dan Challeneri (Princeton), 3:49.6
5,000-meter run — 1. Rich McNally (Columbia), 14:35.8
10,000-meter run — 1. Dan Predmore (Cornell), 29:57.8
110-meter hurdles — 1. Ken Williams (Penn), 14.35
400-meter hurdles — 1. Peter Arduino (Princeton), 52.75
3000-meter steeplechase — 1. Martin Osborne (Yale), 8:49.8

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. Leo Williams (Navy), 7-1 3/4
Pole vault — 1. Andres Madsen (Army), 15-5 1/2
Long jump — 1. Gus Udo (Harvard), 23-8
Triple jump — 1. Keith Smothers (Penn), 51-2 1/2
Shot put — 1. Ed Bogdanovich (Penn), 55-1 1/2
Discus throw — 1. Mark Rifkin (Princeton), 168-6
Hammer throw — 1. Tom Lenz (Harvard), 209-10
Javelin throw — 1. Steve Kreider (Army), 253-2

Relays Finals
4×100-meter relay — 1. Navy, 41.11
4×400-meter relay — 1. Navy, 3:10.8

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