Women’s Track and Field Wins Big at HYP Meet

Official Final Results

Cambridge, MA

– The Princeton women’s track and field team put their strength as a team within the Ivy League on full display at the HYP meet held at the Gordon Indoor Track.
The Princeton women totaled 159 points to win HYP and outscore the defending, Indoor Heps champions of Harvard, as well as Yale.

The Crimson took second place with 127 points and Yale came in third with 70 points.
With the Indoor Heptagonal Champions shortly on the horizon, the Tigers left Cambridge not only with a meet victory, but with proof that they can make a statement within the Ivy League.

Princeton Highlights of HYP – Running Events

  • In the 1 mile, the Tigers took the top-two spots. Abigail Loveys took first with 4:48.12 and Maggie Liebich followed shortly behind at 4:49.24

  • Lily Parris had an amazing performance in the 60m hurdles, finishing in first place at 8.61. This result will land Parriss at No. 5 on the All-Time Princeton Record list.

  • Arianna Smith took off in the 400m dash, taking first place with a time of 55.61.

  • In the 60m dash, Brianna Mponzi took a second-place finish in 7.56. With this result, she will continue to hold and share the No. 1 All-Time Princeton Record.

  • Two Tigers landed within the top-three of the 800m run. Maggie Hock took first with 2:10.77 and Paola Rodriguez landed in 3rd with 2:13.19

  • Morgan Monesmith’s second place finish in the 1000 run gives her a new PR with the time 2:46.45 and will put her name at No. 4. On the All-Time Princeton Record list.

  • India Weir saw a PR and a first-place finish within the 3000m, followed by Fiona Max in second at 9:43.15

Princeton Highlights of HYP – Field Events


  • Annika Kelly took a second-place finish and new PR in the weight throw with 19.23m.

  • Madeleine Wood second place within the high jump with her result of 1.68 m.

  • In the shot put, Siniru Iheoma placed third with a distance of 14.44m. Katie Peterson’s 16.84 toss planted her at No. 10 on the All-Time Princeton Record.

  • Tessa Mudd took first in the Pole Vault, with a 4.10m mark to gain the Princeton point.

  • Alexandra Kelly’s Long Jump performance of 5.74m gave her a second place finish, and a new top 10 all time Princeton record coming in at No. 6.

Looking Ahead

After Saturday’s meet, Head coach Michelle Eisenreich said, “We went into HYP looking forward to taking on the reigning Indoor Ivy League champions, and I am incredibly pleased with the really big win, and being able to beat them on their home turf. One of the goals was to make sure that we were battling in every event, and that was the case given we placed first or second in almost every event.”

“Our competitiveness is a quality that is going to be important to continue to show to help us win a championship as a team. HYP marks the midpoint of the season, so now until Heps we will be focusing on tuning up and improving in specific events. We look forward to those opportunities to compete and then eventually battling for the championship.”

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