Dannenbaum and DiGia are expected to be two of the top contenders for this year’s Meet of Champions title. Dannenbaum owns a personal-record of 13-0, set at groups last year and is a height that would have won at Penn in 2018 (winning height was 12-11 1/2). While a contender this year, Dannenabum has yet to post a height at any major meet this spring. DiGia, meanwhile, posted an 11-6 to win the Bergen County Relays and cleared 12-0 this winter to take second at the MOC, behind Dannenbaum (12-6). Keep an eye on Larsen this week, too, with the senior already clearing 12-0 at the Eagle Relays last week. Larsen was third in the indoor MOC.