ECAC Championships

March 7-8th at Harvard University

Full Results

Team Results

Women 14th with 24 points and Men 16th with 18 points

Amherst Results

Men followed by Women


Mile Peter Harrison 4:13.81 2 NCAA Prov
3000 Daniel Murner 8:38.25 2
800 Jimmy Swanson 1:55.06 7
3000 Peter Foote 8:50.23 9
3000 Mike Harbus 8:55.32 15
3000 John McGrail 9:35.50 27
4x880 Amherst 8:10.90 17
Tom Anderson 2:05.7
Jimmy Swanson 2:00.3
Peter Harrison 1:59.4
Ben Read 2:05.4
Mile Elise Tropiano 5:08.70 3
500 Susan Wasserman 1:19.56 5
5000 Nicole Anderson 17:55.23 8
5000 Kim Partee 17:58.98 9
500 Carly Levenson 1:19.86 9
800 Zandra Walton 2:20.45 10
5000 Hallie Schwab 18:15.41 13
500 Mary Doris Reggie 1:20.29 14
5000 Liz Dalton 18:57.17 20
DMR (y) Amherst 12:11.86 2 NCAA Prov
Zandra Walton 3:46.1
Susan Wasserman 60.4
Carly Levenson 2:20.5
Heather Wilson 5:04.5
4x880 Amherst 9:46.53 4
Hoiwan Cheung 2:25.2
Zoe Pagonis 2:28.9
Zandra Walton 2:22.0
Mariana Palacios 2:30.1
4x440 Amherst 4:08.29 12
Susan Wasserman 61.8
Carly Levenson 61.7
Mary Doris Reggie 61.7
Kate Silverman 63.2
4x220 Amherst 1:52.41 23
Kate Silverman 28.4
Jennifer Rybak 27.3
Emily Dick 28.1
Kathryn Loomis 28.5



Weekend Recap

Performers of the Meet - Daniel Murner'10 and Hallie Schwab'11

Harvard played host to the ECAC Division III Championships March 7-8 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and the team took advantage of another opportunity to run against fast competition. Peter Harrison (2nd in the mile in 4:13.81) and Jimmy Swanson (7th in the 800 in 1:55.06) essentially matched their breakthrough performances of a week ago, despite running on a slower track this week. Though Harrison narrowly missed qualifying for the NCAA Championships, he had the second-fastest time by a freshman in all of Division III this season. Swanson, a sophomore, lowered his open 800 best by .03 of a second this week, and a total of nearly three seconds this season. Also turning in a breakthrough performance was sophomore Daniel Murner, who finished second in the 3000 in 8:38.25, a 16-second improvement over his best time last year. Junior Peter Foote ran a gutsy race as well, making a big move mid-race and finishing ninth in 8:50.23, just off the PR he set a week ago. Mike Harbus had a bit of an off day, but finished 15th in 8:55.32, and John McGrail put in a good effort despite being sick, struggling home in 27th place. The 4x880 yard relay team of Tom Anderson, Jimmy Swanson, Peter Harrison and Ben Read placed 17th in 8:10.90 with Read running his best split (2:05.4) of the season.

On the women’s side, the distance medley relay squad of Zandra Walton (3:46.1 1320y), Susie Wasserman (60.4 440y), Carly Levenson (2:20.5 880y), and Heather Wilson (5:04.5 mile) finished second in 12:11.86. Though they earned a provisional qualifying time for the NCAA Championships, they came up just short of getting into the meet. In the open mile, Elise Tropiano ran a PR of 5:08.70 in a tactical race. In the 5000, Nicole Anderson ran a well-paced race to finish eighth in a season-best 17:55.23. Hallie Schwab ran her best race of the season and finished 13th in a PR of 18:15.41. Kim Partee struggled a bit after running a fast early pace, but she held on to finish ninth in 17:58.98. Liz Dalton fought hard despite having an off day and finished 20th in 18:57.17. Cate Knuff was unable to finish the race after suffering an asthma attack. Susie Wasserman ran a great 500 to win her heat and finish fifth overall in 1:19.56. She was followed by Carly Levenson (1:19.86 for ninth) and Mary Doris Reggie (1:20.29 for 14th). The 4x800y relay team of Hoiwan Cheung (2:25.2), Zoe Pagonis (2:28.9), Zandra Walton (2:22.0) and Mariana Palacios (2:30.1) scored some points with their fourth-place finish. The 4x220y relay squad of Kate Silverman, Jennifer Rybak, Emily Dick, and Kat Loomis finished 23rd in 1:52.41. The three girls in the 500, joined with Kate Silverman to run the Mile Relay and finished 12th.