The final matchup is set and it is time to determine the fan's choice for top moment from the 2013-14 academic year! The final round of voting pits wrestling's Todd Preston, the 2014 EIWA Most Outstanding Wrestler, against the women's track and field team, winners of both the indoor and outdoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
Preston capped off his breakout campaign by defeating ninth-ranked Luke Vaith of Hostra in a second sudden-victory overtime period, 8-6, to secure his first EIWA championship. In doing so, Preston was voted by the head coaches as the tournament's Most Outstanding Wrestler, marking just the third time in the nearly 100-year history of the conference that the honor has gone to a member of the Crimson.
The women's track and field team, meanwhile, won both the indoor and outdoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships for just the second time in program history (1990). The Crimson placed first or second in 15 events at the indoor meet and in 19 events at the outdoor meet, and set program records for most points scored at both.
Voting will remain open until Monday, July 21 at 9 a.m.
Women's track and field wins both indoor and outdoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships
Preston Most Outstanding
Women's Track Sweeps HEPS