1982

Heps Men’s Outdoor Track & Field Championships
Memorial Field (Hanover, N.H.) — May 1-2, 1982

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Team Scores
1. Princeton, 76 1/2
2. Navy, 48
3. Dartmouth, 39 1/2
4. Penn, 37 1/2
5. Harvard, 35
6. Army, 29
7. Cornell, 27
8. Brown, 18
9. Columbia, 5
10. Yale, 4 1/2

Most Outstanding Performer
Unknown

Recordbreakers
• Jeff Hill of Penn in the 400m dash (:46.50), breaking his own mark of :46.5 set in 1981.
• Kwabena Gyasi-Twum of Dartmouth in the 800m run (1:49.29), breaking the mark of 1:49.7 set by Army’s Cardell Williams in 1981.
• Kelly Brothers of Brown in the 110m hurdles (:14.22), breaking the mark of :14.35 set by Navy’s Antoine Campbell in 1977, Army’s Mike Willis in 1978 and Penn’s Ken Williams in 1980.
• Peter Arduino of Princeton in the 400m hurdles (:51.75), breaking the mark of :51.6 set by Brown’s John Escallier in 1977.
• August Wolf of Princeton in the shot put (63-2 3/4), breaking his own mark of 60-8 set in 1981, AND in the discus throw (185-7 1/2), breaking his own mark of 182-8 1/2 set in 1981.

Multiple Champion
• August Wolf, Princeton (shot, discus)

Individual Running Finals
100-meter dash — 1. Doug Harris (Penn), 10.76
200-meter dash — 1. Willie Hosch (Navy), 21.1
400-meter dash — 1. Jeff Hill (Penn), 46.60
800-meter run — 1. Kwabena Gyasi-Twum (Dartmouth), 1:49.29
1,500-meter run — 1. Shawn O’Neal (Dartmouth), 3:47.30
5,000-meter run — 1. Keith Hampton (Dartmouth), 14:26.64
10,000-meter run — 1. Gordon Christie (Princeton), 30:05.31
110-meter hurdles — 1. Kelly Brothers (Brown), 14.22
400-meter hurdles — 1. Peter Arduino (Princeton), 51.75
3000-meter steeplechase — 1. Bill Kovach (Navy), 8:54.80

Individual Field Finals
High jump — 1. Leo Williams (Navy), 7-0 1/4
Pole vault — 1. Blake Hawkey (Army), 16-4
Long jump — 1. James Johnson (Harvard), 24-4 1/2
Triple jump — 1. Mike Gray (Princeton), 49-6
Shot put — 1. August Wolf (Princeton), 63-2 3/4
Discus throw — 1. August Wolf (Princeton), 185-7 1/2
Hammer throw — 1. Richard Morse (Penn), 189-1
Javelin throw — 1. Tom Meyer (Princeton), 252-5

Relays Finals
4×100-meter relay — 1. Penn, 41.35
4×400-meter relay — 1. Penn, 3:13.2

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