100m Dash

heps-ashworthMeet Top 10
10.29, Doug Harris (Penn, 1983) -heats-
10.36, Doug Harris (Penn, 1984)
10.36, Chris Lambert (Harvard, 2002) -heats-
10.40, Grafton Ifill (Penn, 2005)
10.41, Brian Proctor (Navy, 1992)
10.45, Chris Lambert (Harvard, 2002) -heats-
10.51, Bruce Mathews (Penn, 1993) -heats-
10.53, Steve Morgan (Princeton, 1984)
10.55, Steve Morgan (Princeton, 1987)
10.56, Ron Davis (Army, 1987)

Top 100-Yard Hand Times
9.4, Gerald Ashworth (Dartmouth, 1962)
9.5, John Haines (Penn, 1955)
9.6, Irvin Roberson (Cornell, 1958)
9.6, Donald Martin (Yale, 1971)

All-Meet Top 10
10.29, Doug Harris (Penn, 1983)
10.30, Trent Cuthbert (Army, 1981)
10.36, Ed James (Penn, 1976)
10.36, Steve Morgan (Princeton, 1987)
10.36, Chris Lambert (Harvard, 2002)
10.40, Donald Martin (Yale, 1970)
10.40, Grafton Ifill (Penn, 2005)
10.41, Brian Proctor (Navy, 1992)
10.42, James Brown (Penn, 1977)
10.42, Fatih Stanley (Dartmouth, 2006)
Wind-Aided
10.19, Chris Lambert (Harvard, 2002)
10.28, James Brown (Penn, 1978)
10.40, Charles Fleming (Cornell, 1983)

100 meters in 1935 and 1936
100 yards from 1937 to 1975
100 meters since 1975

Four-Time Champion
James Brown, Penn (1976-77-78-79)

Three-Time Champions
Donald Martin, Yale (1969-70-71)
Steve Morgan, Princeton (1985-86-87)

Two-Time Champions
Paul Cowie, Princeton (1947-48)
Henry Thresher, Yale (1953-54)
John Haines, Penn (1955-56)
Doug Harris, Penn (1982-84)
Vincent Smith, Princeton (1988-89)
Brian Proctor, Navy (1991-92)
Chris Lambert, Harvard (2002-03)

All-Time Champions
Underscore indicates record
1935 — 10.8, Ben Johnson, Columbia
1936 — 11.0, Gerald Downer, Harvard
1937 — 09.8, Easton Burlingame, Yale
1938 — 10.0, Herb Weast, Columbia
1939 — 10.0, James Pender, Cornell
1940 — 09.9, Laurence Ritter, Dartmouth
1941 — 10.0, Robert Jackson, Princeton
1942 — 10.2, Charles Shaw, Cornell
1943 — 10.0, Harvey Kelsey, Princeton
1944 — 09.9, Walter Newman, Dartmouth
1945 — 10.1, John Van Velzer, Navy
1946 — 10.0, James Petit, Navy
1947 — 09.7, Paul Cowie, Princeton
1948 — 09.8, Paul Cowie, Princeton
1949 — 10.0, John Zegger, Columbia
1950 — 09.9, Ben Kreitzberg, Penn
1951 — 09.9, Mark Winfield, Columbia
1952 — 10.1, Bruce Hardy, Army
1953 — 10.1, Henry Thresher, Yale
1954 — 09.8, Henry Thresher, Yale
1955 — 09.5, John Haines, Penn
1956 — 09.8, John Haines, Penn
1957 — 09.8, Arthur Boland, Cornell
1958 — 09.6, Irvin Roberson, Cornell
1959 — 09.9, Stephen Snyder, Yale
1960 — 09.8, Harold Sprague, Army
1961 — 09.7, Peter Golwas, Navy
1962 — 09.4, Gerald Ashworth, Dartmouth
1963 — 10.2, Aggrey Awori, Harvard
1964 — 09.9, John Owens, Penn
1965 — 09.9, Wayne Anderson, Harvard
1966 — 10.1, Thomas Palkie, Navy
1967 — 09.7, Van Evans, Army & William Bruckel, Cornell
1968 — 09.8, Richard Robinson, Yale
1969 — 09.7, Donald Martin, Yale
1970 — 10.0, Donald Martin, Yale
1971 — 09.6, Donald Martin, Yale
1972 — 09.7, James Rudasil, Brown
1973 — 09.8, Baylee Reid, Harvard
1974 — 09.7, Michael Seitz, Penn
1975 — 09.7, Ed James, Penn
1976 — 10.71, James Brown, Penn
1977 — 10.34, James Brown, Penn (wind aided)
1978 — 10.64, James Brown, Penn
1979 — 10.48, James Brown, Penn (wind aided)
1980 — 10.73, Jerry Blow, Army
1981 — 10.7h, Manny Modu, Princeton
1982 — 10.76, Doug Harris, Penn
1983 — 11.11, Charles Fleming, Cornell (Penn’s Doug Harris ran 10.29 in heats)
1984 — 10.36, Doug Harris, Penn
1985 — 10.74, Steve Morgan, Princeton
1986 — 10.68, Steve Morgan, Princeton
1987 — 10.55, Steve Morgan, Princeton
1988 — 10.75, Vincent Smith, Princeton
1989 — 10.66, Vincent Smith, Princeton
1990 — 10.76, Clay Stackhouse, Navy
1991 — 10.73, Brian Proctor, Navy
1992 — 10.41, Brian Proctor, Navy
1993 — 10.75, Bruce Mathews, Penn
1994 — 10.69, Chris Harper, Penn
1995 — 11.14, Michael Jefferson, Navy
1996 — 10.62, Nigel Malcolm, Yale (wind aided)
1997 — 10.70, Greg Davis, Penn
1998 — 10.6h, Mike Powell, Brown
1999 — 11.18, Shawn Fernandes, Penn
2000 — 10.77, Antonio Kittles, Brown
2001 — 10.68, Gene Sun, Penn*
2002 — 10.16, Chris Lambert, Harvard (wind aided)
2003 — 10.30, Chris Lambert, Harvard (wind aided)
2004 — 10.71, Rahim Wooley, Cornell
2005 — 10.40, Grafton Ifill, Penn
2006 — 10.65, Fatih Stanley, Dartmouth
2007 — 10.58, Brandon Giles, Yale (wind aided)
2008 — 10.58, Victor Cheng, Yale
2009 — 10.85, Stefan Vutescu, Columbia
2010 — 10.64, Bruno Hortelano-Roig, Cornell

* Stephen Faulk (Penn) was declared the winner at the Championship and the result was never contested, but teammate Gene Sun was the actual victor. The two had been placed into incorrect lanes by the clerks at the start line.

Winners By School
18, Penn (1950-55-56-64-74-75-76-77-78-79-82-84-93-94-97-99-01-05)
11, Yale (1937-53-54-59-68-69-70-71-96-07-08)
10, Princeton (1941-43-47-48-81-85-86-87-88-89)
8, Cornell (1939-42-57-58-67-83-04-10)
8, Navy (1945-46-61-66-90-91-92-95)
6, Harvard (1936-63-65-73-02-03)
5, Columbia (1935-38-49-51-09)
4, Army (1952-60-67-80)
4, Dartmouth (1940-44-62-06)
3, Brown (1972-98-00)

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