T&F is heading to Yale for Ivy Outdoor Heps this weekend

PHILADELPHIA CREAM – The University of Pennsylvania men’s and women’s track and field programs travel to New Haven, Conn., this weekend for the Ivy League T&F Outdoor Heptagonal Championships, hosted by Yale.

Dewitt Cuyler Sports Complex | New Haven, Conn.
May 7-8, 2022 | 11 a.m.
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The Quakers are gearing up for a two-day weekend in Connecticut with a handful of athletes who have the league’s top five scores entering their trials.

    • 200m:
    • 800m:
    • 10,000m:
    • 100m hurdles:
    • 400m hurdles:
    • 4x400m:
    • 4x800m:
    • Big jump:
    • Pole vault:
    • Long jump:
    • Triple jump:
    • Hammer:
    • Javelin:
    • Heptathlon:

    • 800m:
    • 1500m:
    • 5000m:
    • 110m hurdles:
    • 3000m steeplechase:
    • 4x100m:
    • 4x400m:
    • 4x800m:
    • Big jump:
    • Pole vault:
    • Shot put :
    • Javelin:
    • Decathlon:


The Quakers wrapped up the regular season last week at the 126th Penn Relays at Franklin Field.

The women’s team had a great comeback last week, picking up a win and scoring a handful of points in the program. Thusday, Mayyi Mahama was the Quakers’ top finisher, taking third in the hammer with a throw of 63.65m. On Friday, Bella Whittaker’s 4×400 team, Jocelyne Niemiec, Caia Gelliand Aliya Garozzo qualified for the Americas Championship on Saturday with a time of 3:37.74, good enough for seventh place in history. On the hedges, Katherine Muccio clocked the third fastest time in program history in the 100m, with a time of 13.82. On the infield, the pole vault saw four Quakers finish in the top 10, led by Abby Norwillo and Natalia Ilieva who each cleared 3.93m for second and third, respectively. This propelled Ilieva up to fifth place in the record books. The weekend ended Saturday with the 4×800 taking victory in the varsity final with a time of 8:44.81. Olivia Babski, Chloe Hasman, Caroline O’Sullivanand Bronwyn Patterson all ran legs in the race.

The men’s team enjoyed a successful outing at the Penn Relays, led by a program record in the 4xMile and an excellent finish in the javelin. The Saturday, Marc Minichello won the Javelin Championship title with a throw of 77.42m for a new PR that keeps it at No. 2 in program history. The 4xMile crew of James Lee, justin cornetta, Michael Keehanand Ray Sellaro set a new program record on Saturday, clocking 16:18.83 for sixth place. On Thursday and Friday, the Quakers had two more moves in the record books. Thusday, Scott Dochat ranked eighth in history in the hammer throw, throwing 58.87m for sixth place. Friday, Enoch Cheung cleared the 110m hurdles in 2:30 p.m. to climb to ninth place in the history of the program.

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