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A London Wrap: Individual Results Overview

On Friday, Aug. 10 the last three of the League’s 49 athletes concluded participation at the 2012 London Games. Here is an event-by-event look at the results:

Brown
Craig Kinsley ’11, USA (men’s track and field, javelin)
– Qualification: 23rd (of 44) in 78.18

Nikola Stojic ’97, Serbia, (rowing, men’s coxless pair)
– Heat 1: 4th (of 5) in 6:23.87
– Repechage: 2nd (of 4) in 6:26.61
– Semifinal A/B 2: 6th (of 6) in 7:07.78
– Final B: dns

Columbia
Sherif Farrag ’09, Egypt (fencing, men’s foil)
– Team Foil Round of 16: Great Britain def. Egypt, 45-33 (Farrag L: 5-4, L: 5-3, L 5-2)

Erison Hurtault ’07, Dominica (men’s track and field, 400m)
– Heat 7: 5th (of 6) in 46.05 (season best)

Nick LaCava ’09, USA (rowing, men’s lightweight four)
– Heat 1: 5th (of 5) in 6:02.42
– Repechage: 1st (of 4) in 6:00.86
– Semifinal A: 5th (of 6) in 6:05.06
– B Final: 2nd (of 6) in 6:09.23

Nzingha Prescod ’15 USA (fencing, women’s foil)
– Indiv. Foil Rd. of 32: Aida Mohamed (Hungary) def. Prescod, 15-10
– Team Foil Quarterfinals: Korea def. USA, 45-31 (Prescod T: 2-2, L: 5-4, W: 6-4)
– Team Foil Consolation 5-8: USA def. Japan, 44-22 (Prescod W: 4-0, W: 5-0, W: 6-4)
– Team Foil Consolation 5-8: Poland def. USA, 45-39 (Prescod L: 5-3, L: 4-2, L: 7-5)

Nicole Ross ’12, USA (fencing, women’s foil)
– Indiv. Foil Rd. of 32: Ines Boubakri (Tunisia) def. Ross, 15-8
– Team Foil Quarterfinals: Korea def. USA, 45-31 (Ross L: 5-3, W: 4-3, L: 9-6)
– Team Foil Consolation 5-8: USA def. Japan, 44-22 (Ross W: 6-5)
– Team Foil Consolation 5-8: Poland def. USA, 45-39 (Ross did not fence)

Jeff Spear ’10, USA (fencing, men’s sabre)
– Team Sabre Consolation 5-8: Belarus def. USA, 45-35 (Spear L: 5-3, L: 5-3, L: 5-3)

Lisa Stublic ’06, Croatia (women’s track and field, marathon)
– Marathon: 52nd (of 118) in 2:34:03

James Williams ’07, USA (fencing, men’s sabre)
– Indiv. Sabre Rd. of 32: Nikolay Kovalev (Russia) def. Williams, 15-12
– Team Sabre Quarterfinals: Russia def. USA, 45-33 (Williams L: 5-3, L: 5-3, T: 5-5)
– Team Sabre Consolation 5-8: China def. USA, 45-28 (Williams L: 5-4, W: 8-5, L: 5-2)
– Team Sabre Consolation 5-8: Belarus def. USA, 45-35 (Williams did not fence)

Cornell
Muhammad Halim ’08, Virgin Islands (men’s track & field, triple jump)
– Group B: 9th (of 14) in 16.39

Ken Jurkowski ’03, USA (rowing, men’s single sculls)
– Heat 6: 3rd (of 5) in 7:08.49
– Quarterfinal 3: 5th (of 6) in 7:18.27
– C/D Semifinal 2: 6th (of 6) in 7:56.51
– D Final: dns

Morgan Uceny ’07, USA (women’s track and field, 1,500m)
– Heat 3: 2nd (of 15) in 4:06.87
– Semifinal 1: 3rd (of 12) in 4:05.34
– Finals: dnf

Dartmouth
Anthony Fahden ’08, USA (rowing, men’s lightweight four)
– Heat 1: 5th (of 5) in 6:02.42
– Repechage: 1st (of 4) in 6:00.86
– Semifinal A: 5th (of 6) in 6:05.06
– B Final: 2nd (of 6) in 6:09.23

Sean Furey ’04, USA (men’s track & field, javelin)
– Qualification: 37th (of 44) in 72.81

Evelyn Stevens ’05, USA (women’s road cycling)
– Road Race: 24th (of 66 entrants) in a time of 3:35:56

Erik Storck ’07, USA (sailing)
– Men’s 49er R1: 6th (of 20), +0:54
– Men’s 49er R2: 10th (of 20), +1:14
– Men’s 49er R3: 16th (of 20), +1:39
– Men’s 49er R4: 1st (of 20) in 29:36
– Men’s 49er R5: 7th (of 20) +0:45
– Men’s 49er R6: 13th (of 20) +1:35
– Men’s 49er R7: 20th (of 20) +3:15
– Men’s 49er R8: 18th (of 20) +1:57
– Men’s 49er R9: 2nd (of 20) +0:10
– Men’s 49er R10: 17th (of 20) +2:05
– Men’s 49er R11: 5th (of 20) +0:59
– Men’s 49er R12: 20th (of 20) +4:21
– Men’s 49er R13: 17th (of 20) +3:03
– Men’s 49er R14: 8th (of 20) +1:35
– Men’s 49er R15: 17th (of 20) +3:00
– Men’s 49er Final Standings: 15th (of 20) with 157 points

Harvard
Brodie Buckland ’06, Australia (rowing, men’s pair)
– Heat 2: 2nd (of 5) in 6:24.83
– A/B Semifinal 2: 3rd (of 6) in 7:02.12
– A Final: 5th (of 6) in 6:29.28

Caryn Davies ’05, USA (rowing, women’s eight)
Heat 1: 1st (of 5) in 6:14.68
A Final: 1st (of 6) in 6:10.59 – Gold Medal

Temi Fagbenle ’15, Great Britain (women’s basketball)
– Group B Play: Australia def. Great Britain, 74-58 (Fagbenle 4 pts., 1 asst., 3 reb., 2 stl. in 16:33)
– Group B Play: Canada def. Great Britain, 73-65 (Fagbenle 6 pts., 3 asst., 6 reb., 1 blk., 2 stl. in 25:58)
– Group B Play: Russia def. Great Britain, 67-61 (Fagbenle 6 pts., 5 reb., 3 blk. in 20:26)
– Group B Play: France def. Great Britain, 80-77 ot (Fagbenle 2 pts., 2 reb., 1 stl. in 15:41)
– Group B Play: Brazil def. Great Britain, 78-66 (Fagbenle 6 pts., 4 reb., 1 asst., 2 blk. in 17:14)

Malcolm Howard ’05, Canada (rowing, men’s eight)
– Heat 2: 4th (of 4) 5:37.91
– Repechage: 2nd (of 6) in 5:27.41
– A Final: 2nd (of 6) in 5:49.98 – Silver Medal

Samyr Laine ’06, Haiti (men’s track & field, triple jump)
– Group A: 6th (of 19) in 16.81
– Final: 11th (of 12) in 16.65

Esther Lofgren ’09, USA (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 1: 1st (of 5) in 6:14.68
– A Final: 1st (of 6) in 6:10.59 – Gold Medal

Alex Meyer ’10, USA (swimming, 10km)
– Men’s 10km: 10th (of 25) in 1:50:48.2

Will Newell ’11, USA (rowing, men’s lightweight four)
– Heat 1: 5th (of 5) in 6:02.42
– Repechage: 1st (of 4) in 6:00.86
– Semifinal A: 5th (of 6) in 6:05.06
– B Final: 2nd (of 6) in 6:09.23

Henrik Rummel ’09, USA (rowing, men’s four)
– Heat 1: 1st (of 4) in 5:54.88
– Semifinal A/B2: 1st (of 6) in 6:01.72
– A Final: 3rd (of 6) in 6:07.20 – Bronze Medal

Penn
Koko Archibong ’03, Nigeria (men’s basketball)
Group A Play: Nigeria def. Tunisia, 60-56 (Archibong 1 reb., 1 stl. in 4:52)
Group A Play: Lithuania def. Nigeria, 72-53 (Archibong 2 pts., 3 reb., 1 stl. in 12:48)
Group A Play: USA def. Nigeria, 156-73 (Archibong 1 reb., 2 asst. in 14:09)
Group A Play: Argentina def. Nigeria, 93-79 (Archibong 1 reb. in 3:19)
Group A Play: France def. Nigeria, 79-73 (Archibong 2 reb., 2 asst. in 8:01)

Susan Francia ’04, USA (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 1: 1st (of 5) in 6:14.68
– A Final: 1st (of 6) in 6:10.59 – Gold Medal

Princeton
Donn Cabral ’12, USA (men’s track & field, steeplechase)
– Rd. 1: 4th (of 13) in 8:21.46
– Final: 8th (of 15) in 8:25.91

Sara Hendershot ’10, USA (rowing, women’s pair)
– Heat 1: 2nd (of 5) in 6:59.29
– A Final: 4th (of 6) in 7:30.39

Maya Lawrence ’02, USA (fencing, women’s epee)
– Indiv. Epee Rd. of 32: Lawrence def. Mara Navarria (Italy), 15-12
– Indiv. Epee Rd. of 16: Rossella Fiamingo (Italy) def. Lawrence, 15-7
– Team Epee quarterfinals: USA def. Italy, 45 – 35 (Lawrence W: 6-4, W: 4-0, L: 7-5)
– Team Epee semifinals: Korea def. USA, 45 – 36 (Lawrence W: 3-1, L: 4-1, L: 9-6)
– Team Epee cons. finals: USA def. Russia, 31-30 (Lawrence W: 3-1, L: 4-1, L: 9-6) – Bronze Medal

Caroline Lind ’06, USA (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 1: 1st (of 5) in 6:14.68
– A Final: 1st (of 6) in 6:10.59 – Gold Medal

Sam Loch ’06, Australia (rowing, men’s eight)
– Heat 1: 2nd (of 4) in 5:32.43
– Repechage: 4th (of 6) in 5:28.67
– A Final: 6th (of 6) in 5:51.87

Diana Matheson ’08, Canada (women’s soccer)
– Group F Play: Japan def. Canada, 2-1 (Matheson 90 mins. played)
– Group F Play: Canada def. South Africa, 3-0 (Matheson 90 mins. played, 2 SOG)
– Group F Play: Canada tied Sweden, 2-2 (Matheson 90 mins. played, 2 Shots, 1 SOG)
– Quarterfinals: Canada def. Great Britain, 2-0 (Matheson 90 mins. played, 1 shot)
– Semifinals: USA def. Canada, 4-3 (extra time) (Matheson 120 mins. played)
– Bronze Medal Game: Canada def. France, 1-0 (Matheson 90 mins. played, GWG in 92nd minute) – Bronze Medal

Andreanne Morin ’06, Canada (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 2: 1st (of 3) in 6:13.91
– A Final: 2nd (of 6) in 6:12.06 – Silver Medal

Glenn Ochal ’08, USA (rowing, men’s four)
– Heat 1: 1st (of 4) in 5:54.88
– Semifinal A/B2: 1st (of 6) in 6:01.72
– A Final: 3rd (of 6) in 6:07.20 – Bronze Medal

Robin Prendes ’11, USA (rowing, men’s lightweight four)
– Heat 1: 5th (of 5) in 6:02.42
– Repechage: 1st (of 4) in 6:00.86
– Semifinal A: 5th (of 6) in 6:05.06
– B Final: 2nd (of 6) in 6:09.23

Julia Reinprecht ’14, USA (field hockey)
– Group B Play: Germany def. USA, 2-1 (J. Reinprecht 44 mins. played)
– Group B Play: USA def. Argentina, 1-0 (J. Reinprecht 47 mins. played)
– Group B Play: Australia def. USA, 1-0 (J. Reinprecht 40 mins. played)
– Group B Play: New Zealand def. USA, 3-2 (J. Reinprecht 45 mins. played)
– Group B Play: South Africa def. USA, 7-0 (J. Reinprecht 47 mins. played)
– 11/12th-place game: Belgium def. USA, 2-1 (J. Reinprecht 43 mins. played)

Katie Reinprecht ’13, USA (field hockey)
– Group B Play: Germany def. USA, 2-1 (K. Reinprecht 48 mins. played)
– Group B Play: USA def. Argentina, 1-0 (K. Reinprecht 50 mins. played)
– Group B Play: Australia def. USA, 1-0 (K. Reinprecht 50 mins. played)
– Group B Play: New Zealand def. USA, 3-2 (K. Reinprecht 56 mins. played)
– Group B Play: South Africa def. USA, 7-0 (K. Reinprecht 56 mins. played)
– 11/12th-place game: Belgium def. USA, 2-1 (K. Reinprecht 57 mins. played, 2 shots)

Susannah Scanlan ’14, USA (fencing, women’s epee)
– Indiv. Epee Rd. of 64: Olena Kryvystka (Ukraine) def. Scanlan, 15-13
– Team Epee quarterfinals: USA def. Italy, 45 – 35 (Scanlan W: 6-4, W: 4-0, L: 7-5)
– Team Epee semifinals: Korea def. USA, 45 – 36 (Scanlan L: 7-5, L: 4-3, L: 5-3)
– Team Epee cons. finals: USA def. Russia, 31-30 (Scanlan did not fence) – Bronze Medal

Gevvie Stone ’07, USA (rowing, women’s single sculls)
– Heat 5: 3rd (of 5) in 7:33.68
– Quarterfinal 2: 2nd (of 6) in 7:39.67
– Semifinal A/B 2: 4th (of 6) in 7:52.98
– B Final: 1st (of 6) in 7:45.24

Soren Thompson ’05, USA (fencing, men’s epee)
– Indiv. Epee Rd. of 64: Joerg Fiedler (Germany) def. Thompson, 15-4

Lauren Wilkinson ’11, Canada (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 2: 1st (of 3) in 6:13.91
– A Final: 2nd (of 6) in 6:12.06 – Silver Medal

Yale
Ashley Brzozowicz ’04, Canada (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 2: 1st (of 3) in 6:13.91
– A Final: 2nd (of 6) in 6:12.06 – Silver Medal

Charlie Cole ’07, USA (rowing, men’s four)
– Heat 1: 1st (of 4) in 5:54.88
– Semifinal A/B2: 1st (of 6) in 6:01.72
– A Final: 3rd (of 6) in 6:07.20 – Bronze Medal

Tess Gerrand ’10, Australia (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 1: 2nd (of 4) in 6:20.89
– Repechage: 3rd (of 5) in 6:18.63
– A Final: 6th (of 6) in 6:18.86

Sarah Lihan ’10, USA (women’s sailing)
Women’s 470 R1: 7th (of 20) +3:20
Women’s 470 R2: 3rd (of 20) +1:06
Women’s 470 R3: 5th (of 20) +1:10
Women’s 470 R4: 7th (of 20) +1:12
Women’s 470 R5: 19th (of 20) +2:27
Women’s 470 R6: 20th (of 20) +2:38
Women’s 470 R7: 3rd (of 20) +1:04
Women’s 470 R8: 9th (of 20) +2:04
Women’s 470 R9: 17th (of 20) +3:03
Women’s 470 R10: 9th (of 20) +3:21
Women’s 470 Standings: 9th (of 20) after 10 races with 78 points
Women’s 470 Medal Race: 10th (of 10) +3:33
Women’s 470 Final Standings: 9th (of 20) with 98 points

Stu McNay ’05, USA (men’s sailing)
Men’s 470 R1: 17th (of 27) +2:15
Men’s 470 R2: 22nd (of 27) +2:58
Men’s 470 R3: 10th (of 27) +1:43
Men’s 470 R4: 3rd (of 27) +0:52
Men’s 470 R5: 23rd (of 27) +3:41
Men’s 470 R6: 23rd (of 27) +4:07
Men’s 470 R7: 6th (of 27) +1:10
Men’s 470 R8: 18th (of 27) +1:55
Men’s 470 R9: 7th (of 20) +1:38
Men’s 470 R10: 4th (of 20) +1:21
Men’s 470 Final Standings: 14th (of 20) with 108 points

Taylor Ritzel ’10, USA (rowing, women’s eight)
– Heat 1: 1st (of 5) in 6:14.68
– A Final: 1st (of 6) in 6:10.59 – Gold Medal

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Friday, August 10

Here is the listing of events that involve Ivies for Friday, August 10. If there is no mention of the event being broadcast on TV, check NBCOlympics.com for the online broadcast.

The US women’s field hockey team, featuring Princeton sisters Julia and Katie Reinprecht (players) and assistant coach Nate Franks (coaching staff), will take on Belgium in the 11-12 classification match at 3:30 a.m. After starting out 2-0, Team USA dropped its next three games to fall out of contention for the semifinals.

Yale’s Sarah Lihan will compete in the medal race of the women’s sailing 470 class. Lihan and her teammate, Amanda Clark, finished in ninth-place after 10 races. The top-10 moved on to the medal round.

Harvard’s Alex Meyer will compete in the men’s swimming open water 10k race at 7:00 a.m. The event will be broadcast on NBC from 12:15 p.m. – 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

Cornell’s Morgan Uceny will go for Gold in the women’s 1,500m run at 3:55 p.m. Uceny placed third in her semifinal on Wednesday to earn a berth to the championship race. NBC will broadcast various track & field gold medal races during its primetime show from 8:00 p.m. – midnight.

NBCOlympics.com Broadcast Schedule for Aug. 10

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Monday, August 6

Here is the listing of events that involve Ivies for Monday, August 6. If there is no mention of the event being broadcast on TV, check NBCOlympics.com for the online broadcast.

Penn’s Koko Archibong and the Nigerian men’s basketball team will face France in the final game of group play for both squads. The game will start at 2:30 p.m. and will be broadcast on NBC’s Specialty: Basketball channel. After an Olympic-opening win over Tunisia, Nigeria has dropped its last three, including a 93-79 defeat at the hands of Argentina on Saturday. The Nigerians need a win and a loss by Lithuania (which faces Tunisia) to advance to the elimination round.

The US women’s field hockey team, featuring Princeton sisters Julia and Katie Reinprecht (players) and assistant coach Nate Franks (coaching staff), will take on South Africa at 5:45 a.m. The game will be broadcast live on NBCSN. After starting out 2-0, Team USA dropped its next two games, falling to Australia (1-0) and New Zealand (3-2), to fall out of contention for the semifinals.

In sailing, Dartmouth’s Erik Storck, sailing for the US, will skipper his 49er class boat in races 14 (10:00 a.m.) and 15 (11:00 a.m.). Team USA stands in 15th place with the top 10 advancing to the medal race. Yale’s Stu McNay will compete in races seven (7:00 a.m.) and eight (8:30 a.m.) of the men’s 470 class.

After defeating the host team Great Britain, 2-0 on Friday, Princeton’s Diana Matheson and the Canadian women’s soccer team will take on Team USA in the semifinals, with the winner advancing to the Gold medal game to face either France or Japan. The game will be broadcast on NBCSN.

In track & field action, Cornell’s Morgan Uceny will compete in heat three of the women’s 1,500m, with heat one beginning at 6:50 a.m.

NBCOlympics.com Broadcast Schedule for Aug. 6

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Saturday, August 4

Here is the listing of events that involve Ivies for Saturday, August 4. If there is no mention of the event being broadcast on TV, check NBCOlympics.com for the online broadcast.

Penn’s Koko Archibong and the Nigerian men’s basketball team will face Argentina in their second-to-last game in group play. The game will start at 5:15 p.m. and will be broadcast on NBC’s Specialty: Basketball channel.

Princeton’s Maya Lawrence and Susannah Scanlan will compete for Team USA in the women’s fencing team epee tournament, starting at 4:00 a.m (Team USA starts at 5:30 a.m.). The Gold medal match will begin at 2:15 p.m.

The US women’s field hockey team, featuring Princeton sisters Julia and Katie Reinprecht (players) and assistant coach Nate Franks (coaching staff), will take on New Zealand at 2:00 p.m. The game will be broadcast live on NBCSN.

The almost All-Ivy boat of Henrik Rummel (Harvard), Glenn Ochal (Princeton) and Charlie Cole (Yale), along with teammate Scott Gault, will compete in the Gold medal race of the men’s four, starting at 5:30 a.m. After placing fourth in her semifinal on Thursday, Princeton’s Gevvie Stone will compete in the Final B of the women’s single sculls, starting at 4:30 a.m. NBC will broadcast highlights of the rowing action from 3:45 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.

In sailing, men’s and women’s 470 class action continues. Yale’s Sarah Lihan will race at 9:05 a.m. (race three) and 10:20 a.m. (race four), while fellow Bulldog Stu McNay will compete in races five (9:00 a.m.) and six (10:15 a.m.) on the men’s side.

The first round of the men’s 400m will take place at 5:35 a.m., with Columbia’s Erison Hurtault competing for Dominica. Cornell head track and field coach Nathan Taylor is serving in the same capacity for the US Virgin Islands. Track and field action can be seen on NBC from 11:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m., 1:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. and as part of its primetime show from 8:00 p.m. – midnight, as well as on MSNBC from 4:45 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

NBCOlympics.com Broadcast Schedule for Aug. 4

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Thursday, August 2

Here is the listing of events that involve Ivies for Thursday, August 2. If there is no mention of the event being broadcast on TV, check NBCOlympics.com for the online broadcast. For a complete Women’s eight preview, click here.

After falling to Lithuania on Tuesday, 72-53, a game in which Penn’s Koko Archibong posted two points, three rebounds and a steal, the Nigerian men’s basketball team will have a tough task ahead of them when they face the 2012 version of the Dream Team in a group A matchup. The game will start at 5:15 p.m. and will be broadcast on NBCSN. Nigeria is 1-1 and tied with Lithuania in the group A standings with two games remaining in group play.

In fencing, Team USA, featuring Columbia’s Nzingha Prescod and Nicole Ross, will compete in the women’s team foil tournament. The Americans hope to equal or better their showing in 2008, when they won Silver. Prescod and Ross hope to give the Ivy League medals in this event in back-to-back Olympics, joining Harvard’s Emily Cross, who earned Silver in 2008.

The US women’s field hockey team can now call itself the Cardiac Kids, after its 2-1 loss to Germany and 1-0 win over Argentina. The Americans, featuring Princeton sisters Julia and Katie Reinprecht (players) and assistant coach Nate Franks (coaching staff), will take on Australia at 5:45 a.m. The game will be broadcast live on NBCSN.

Brown’s Jimmy Pedro will guide the US Judo team in the men’s 100kg and women’s 78kg tournaments. The men’s event will begin at 4:30 a.m., while the women’s will start at 5:18 a.m. The Gold medal bouts will take place at 11:00 a.m. (women’s) and 11:10 a.m. (men’s). MSNBC will broadcast the Gold medal matches from 4:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

The Gold medal race of the men’s lightweight four will start at 5:00 a.m. The All-Ivy USA men’s lightweight four boat of Anthony Fahden (Dartmouth), Nick LaCava (Columbia), Will Newell (Harvard) and Robin Prendes (Princeton) are out of Gold medal contention after finishing fifth in their semifinal on Tuesday, but they will race in Final B (which will follow Final A).

Another rowing Gold medal will be earned on Thursday, this time in the women’s eight. Team USA features Harvard’s Caryn Davies and Esther Lofgren along with Penn’s Susan Francis, Princeton’s Caroline Lind and Yale’s Taylor Ritzel. A pair of Tigers, Andreanne Morin and Lauren Wilkinson, are on Canada’s squad. The race will begin at 7:30 a.m.

The semifinals of the men’s four will start at 5:30 a.m. Team USA features two Ivies in Henrik Rummel (Harvard) and Glenn Ochal (Princeton). NBC will broadcast the rowing action from 2:20 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. and as part of its primetime broadcast from 8:00 p.m. – midnight.

Sailing action includes races 7 (7:00 a.m.) and 8 (7:45 a.m.) in the 49er class, which will feature Dartmouth’s Erik Storck (USA). Yale’s Stu McNay will finally take to the water with the start of the men’s 470. Race 1 will begin at 7:00 a.m., with race 2 starting 90 minutes later.

NBCOlympics.com Broadcast Schedule for Aug. 2

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Blogging Coaches: Stuper

What better way to get ready for today’s USA field hockey showdown with Argentina than by reading Yale head field hockey coach Pam Stuper’s blog from The New York Times? The Americans, including the Princeton duo of Julia and Katie Reinprecht, will face Argentina at 2:00 p.m. today in the second game of group play for both teams. Fans can watch the game live on MSNBC.

Stuper, a USA Field Hockey Hall of Famer who guided Yale to a 2011 Ivy League co-championship, will be blogging for The Times throughout the Olympics. Here is what she had to say following Team USA’s opening game loss to Germany:
For Field Hockey, an Encouraging First Game

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Tuesday, July 31

Here is the listing of events that involve Ivies for Tuesday, July 31. If there is no mention of the event being broadcast on TV, check NBCOlympics.com for the online broadcast.

After defeating Tunisia on Sunday, 60-56, Koko Archibong (Penn) and the Nigerian men’s basketball team will face Lithuania at 9:30 a.m., in their second game of  group play. The contest will be broadcast on NBC’s Specialty: Basketball channel. Archibong played five minutes and recorded one rebound and one steal in Nigeria’s four-point win over Tunisia.

Columbia’s Sherif Farrag, competing for Egypt, will take part in the men’s fencing individual foil tournament. The event will begin at 5:30 a.m., with the gold medal bout at 2:40 p.m.

The US women’s field hockey team, featuring a healthy does of Tiger blood, will face Argentina at 2:00 p.m. in the second game of group play for both teams. Fans can watch the game on MSNBC. Team USA includes four current Tigers in sisters Julia and Katie Reinprecht (players), Michelle Cesan (alternate) and assistant coach Nate Franks (coaching staff). The Americans fell to Germany, 2-1, on Sunday. Katie Reinprecht was on the field for 48 minutes, while Julia Reinprecht played 44 minutes.

In Judo, the men’s 81kg and the women’s 63kg tournaments will take place, starting at 4:30 a.m. and 4:37 a.m., respectively. The women’s gold medal fight will start at 11:00 a.m., followed by the men’s at 11:10 a.m. The US judo team is coached by Jimmy Pedro (Brown).

In rowing, Ken Jurkowski (Cornell) and Gevvie Stone (Princeton) will compete in the men’s and women’s single sculls quarterfinals, respectively, at 6:00 a.m. and 6:40 a.m. After advancing from the repechage, the All-Ivy USA men’s lightweight four boat of Anthony Fahden (Dartmouth), Nick LaCava (Columbia), Will Newell (Harvard) and Robin Prendes (Princeton) will race in the semifinals at 7:40 a.m. Rowing action can be seen on NBC from 11:15 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. and 2:15 p.m. – 2:40 p.m.

In sailing, after finishing sixth in race one and 10th in race two on Monday, Dartmouth’s Erik Storck will skipper his boat in races three (7:00 a.m.) and four (7:45 a.m.) of the men’s 49er class. The US sailing team is coached by Yale coach Zack Leonard, a former Bulldog himself (’89).

Princeton’s Diana Matheson and Team Canada will face Sweden in Women’s Soccer Group F action at 9:30 a.m. The game will be live on MSNBC. The Canadians are 1-1 in group play after their 3-0 win over South Africa on Saturday and need a win to assure advancing to the knockout round (could also advance with a tie or loss depending on other results). Matheson has played all 90 minutes in each of her team’s games.

NBCOlympics.com Broadcast Schedule for July 31

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Sunday, July 29

Here is the listing of events that involve Ivies for Sunday, July 29. If there is no mention of the event being broadcast on TV, check NBCOlympics.com for the online broadcast.

Men’s basketball kicks off Sunday’s action, as Penn’s Koko Archibong and the Nigerian squad will face Tunisia at 4:00 a.m. The game will be broadcast on NBC’s Specialty: Basketball channel.

Columbia’s James Williams will compete in the fencing Individual Sabre Tournament, which will begin at 5:30 a.m. and will end at 2:10 p.m. with the gold medal match.

The US field hockey team features a distinct Princeton presence as sisters Julia and Katie Reinprecht are members of the team and assistant coach Nate Franks serves in the same capacity for the national squad. Princeton junior Michelle Cesan is an alternate for the team, which will face Germany at 4:15 p.m. in a Group B matchup. The game can be watched on NBC Sports Network (NBCSN).

The Ivy Leaguers on the rowing teams that competed on Saturday are hoping they will not be racing on Sunday, as the repechage will take place for the men’s lightweight four (4:40 a.m.), men’s single sculls (4:50 a.m.) and women’s single sculls (5:20 a.m.). The repechage is for the squads that do not make the finals after the heats. The US lightweight four boat is All-Ivy, as Columbia’s Nick LaCava, Dartmouth’s Anthony Fahden, Harvard’s Will Newell and Princeton’s Robin Prendes make up the squad, while the US single sculls’ team includes Cornell’s Ken Jurkowski  (men’s) and Princeton’s Gevvie Stone (women’s).

Other rowing action on Sunday includes the heats of the women’s eight. Team USA features Harvard’s Caryn Davies and Esther Lofgren along with Penn’s Susan Francis, Princeton’s Caroline Lind and Yale’s Taylor Ritzel. A pair of Tigers, Andreanne Morin and Lauren Wilkinson, are on Canada’s squad. Rowing will be broadcast on NBC from 340 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

The men’s 66kg and women’s 52kg judo tournaments will begin at 4:30 a.m., with the gold medal bouts at 11:00 a.m. (women’s) and 11:10 a.m. (men’s). The US judo team is coached by Brown alum Jimmy Pedro (’94).

The first sailing events of the Olympics will take place on Sunday, with action in the men’s Finn, women’s Elliott 6m and men’s Star. The US sailing team is coached by Yale coach Zack Leonard, a former Bulldog himself (’89).

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