In all fairness to Dave Stutzman & his partner Maurice (don't recall his last name) they should be included on that list. They basically climbed the whole route. Dave did the second lead/ascent of those back to back chimneys (Kierkgard & Nietche). They climbed the whole damn route, except for around 1/2-2/3rds of the very last pitch. They, technically, did the 2nd ascent of the whole route (in good style) except for the final overhanging pitch (ran out of water). They should get some credit for doing that. That was the Spring of 1975!
edit: Walleye - Thanks bro!!
Epic indeed. It was both of their's 1st El Cap route (YIKES) and they gave it thier best shot (100+ %) turned out to be an all time epic & memorable, for sure... definately deserves a footnote (at least) in the annals of El Cap history regarding this route. I know DS (RIP) would have definitely appreciated it. thnx again!!
A "I led my first pitch in the Heart 24 years ago today" bump
Credit: Dave Schultz
EDIT: Revised ascent list to the best of my knowledge
1. Sylvester/Brown. 1971
2. Stutzman/Maurice. 1975 (jugged a line out on last pitch due to dehydration)
3. Graham/Bard. 1977
4. Kauk/Burton. 1978?
5. Karl/Muhe/Heinl. 1980
6. Barbella/Tichenor. 1981
7. Braun/Shipley. 1985
8. Gagner/Thunen. 1986
9. Schultz/Flint. April, 1990
10. Fosburg/Cosgrove. June, 1993
11. Florine/Coward/Schneider. / Sept, 1993 First one push ascent 29:24
12. Ben Wa/Amy.?
13. Sloan/Rivera/Selvidge 2003
15. Leventhal/Erickson Sept, 2008