CMS Athletes of the Week

  • Sally Abel - Women's Lacrosse
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's lacrosse team kept on rolling, clinching at least a share of the SCIAC regular season title with two road wins this week at Redlands and Chapman, as sophomore Sally Abel came through with nine goals and two assists to lead the Athenas.
  • Kelly Ransom - Women's Golf
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Senior Kelly Ransom shot a 69 (-3) in the final round of the SCIAC #2 Regular Season Championship to lead the CMS women's golf team to a single-round school-record 291 and its fifth straight team championships this spring. Ransom's 69 also tied the program record for the lowest round in a SCIAC Tournament, matching the standard set by Margaret Loncki last year and tied by Emily Attiyeh in Saturday's opening round.
  • Nic Meister - Men's Tennis
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Freshman Nic Meister was inserted into the CMS Men's Tennis lineup on its biggest weekend of the regular season, with No. 1 Chicago and No. 2 Middlebury coming in on consecutive days. He came through with straight-set wins in both matches, including the clincher against Middlebury to help the Stags finish off a perfect week and stake their claim to being the new No. 1.
  • Matthew Jacobs - Men's Tennis
    March 26, 2019
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Junior Matthew Jacobs found himself in an unexpected high-pressure situation in a road match for CMS men's tennis against unranked MIT, having the match in the balance tied 4-4 and trailing by a set, but he responded in a big way to give the Stags a hard-fought 5-4 win on Tuesday.
  • Rachel Perley - Softball
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Senior Rachel Perley came through in the clutch with both her glove and her bat to keep the strong start to the season going for the No. 12 CMS softball team this week.
  • Justin Hull - Baseball
    March 12, 2019
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Junior Justin Hull threw 6.2 shutout innings, allowing only three hits, to help set the tone as the CMS baseball team completed a doubleheader sweep of Whitman on Sunday at Arce Field.
  • Megan Perron - Softball
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Megan Perron came up with clutch hits twice to lead the CMS Softball team to a 10-inning 3-2 win over Pomona-Pitzer in the opening game of a pivotal doubleheader on Friday between two teams tied for first in the SCIAC standings.
  • Marco Conati - Men's Swimming and Diving
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Sophomore Marco Conati had a big weekend to lead the way for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's swimming and diving team, which came in second at the SCIAC Championships. Conati won two individual championships in two different strokes, winning the 50-yard freestyle sprint and then capturing the 100-yard butterfly in one of the top 10 Division III times this season.
  • Kendall Hollimon - Men's Swimming and Diving
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Junior Kendall Hollimon brought home the first two SCIAC Championships for the men's swimming and diving team at the diving event held at Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday and Sunday, repeating as the league winner in both the one-meter and the three-meter events, giving him five SCIAC titles in his first three years.
  • Maxwell Kirsch - Men's Basketball
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Junior forward Maxwell Kirsch had a major role in helping the CMS men's basketball team to a pair of SCIAC home wins over the weekend, knocking down 10 shots in a row from the floor, including 6-6 from three-point territory, to help the Stags defeat Caltech and La Verne and set up a big home game with Occidental on Wednesday night.
  • Andreas Roeseler - Men's Swimming and Diving
    February 05, 2019
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Andreas Roeseler helped the CMS men's swimming and diving team close out the SCIAC regular season with a pair of wins in a tri-meet with Cal Lutheran and La Verne on Saturday at Axelrood Pool, sweeping the two freestyle sprint events with wins in both the 50 free and the 100 free.
  • Gloria Bates - Women's Basketball
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Junior guard Gloria Bates had a huge week to lead the CMS women's basketball to wins over Pomona-Pitzer and Redlands and sole possession of first place in the SCIAC, so big that she was nominated for both the SCIAC Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week Awards (winning the DPOW one).
  • Riley Hoffman - Women's Swimming and Diving
    Riley Hoffman had a big day, winning two individual events and adding a relay win, to help the CMS women's swimming and diving team to a clean sweep of Redlands to remain perfect in the SCIAC this season at 6-0.
  • Aaron Lutzker - Men's Swimming and Diving
    January 15, 2019
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Senior Aaron Lutzker continued to rack up the individual wins in his senior season, winning two events to help the CMS men's swimming and diving team to a clean sweep of Whittier in a SCIAC dual win on Saturday.
  • Kate Parrish - Women's Basketball
    January 08, 2019
    Parrish helped the CMS women's basketball team to a 4-0 record since returning from break, scoring in double figures in every game off the bench, including a game-high 13 points in a narrow 47-41 road win at Redlands on Saturday.
  • Corinne Bogle - Women's Basketball
    December 17, 2018
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Corinne Bogle had her second big shooting day this month as she shot 7-11 from the floor to help the CMS women's basketball team avenge one of its four losses from a year ago with an emphatic 85-48 win over La Sierra on Saturday.
  • Mark Sui - Men's Basketball
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Senior guard Mark Sui had the first two double-figure scoring games of his career, tallying 18 points on 7-10 shooting in the Sixth Street Rivalry against Pomona-Pitzer and 14 points on 6-11 shooting in a comeback win against UC Santa Cruz.
  • Leila El Masri - Women's Swimming and Diving
    December 04, 2018
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Freshman Leila El Masri was part of a youth movement that led the CMS women's swimming and diving team to a 195-158 win over Pomona-Pitzer in a battle between two teams ranked in the top 15, capturing individual wins in the 200 and 500 free.
  • Teeana Cotangco - Women's Basketball
    November 27, 2018
    Teeana Cotangco was the top scorer on a CMS women's basketball team that had a dominant performance at the David Wells Classic this weekend, rolling to a pair of 30-point wins over the University of Dallas and The College of New Jersey
  • Augusta Lewis - Women's Swimming and Diving
    November 20, 2018
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - On a day when every point was needed, freshman Augusta Lewis provided three crucial first-place finishes to help the CMS women's swimming and diving team to a 149-141 win over Occidental on Saturday at Axelrood Pool.
  • Miles Christensen - Men's Cross Country
    November 13, 2018
    Christensen had a huge performance to lead the way for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's cross country team, which tied for first at the NCAA West Region Championships after finishing third at SCIACs. Christensen finished third on the individual leaderboard (up from 11th at the conference championship) and that eight-point vault proved critical in allowing the Stags to finish even with Pomona-Pitzer with 54 points.
  • The Offensive Line - Football
    November 06, 2018
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - The CMS Football team clinched the program's first-ever NCAA Tournament bid and the first SCIAC title since 1987, and has been the story all year, they won a ball-control approach that dominated time of possession behind the work of the veteran offensive line.
  • Abigale Johnson - Women's Cross Country
    October 30, 2018
    Abigale Johnson was the top individual finisher for the CMS women's cross country team, which captured its ninth straight SCIAC title with a strong performance at Prado Park in Chino on Saturday. Johnson finished fourth overall for the Athenas with a time of 23:29.2 over the 6K race, the first of five scorers for CMS who finished between 4-11 on the individual leaderboard.
  • Grant Donaldson - Men's Soccer
    October 23, 2018
    Freshman Grant Donaldson recently moved into the starting lineup on the CMS defensive unit after missing a month with an injury, switching from center back to right back, and has helped to keep things rolling for the Stags, as they picked up two key road shutouts to stay tied for first in the SCIAC.
  • Claire Hamson - Women's Soccer
    October 16, 2018
    CLAREMONT, Calif. - Claire Hamson came up big with 11 saves (three in overtime) to help the CMS women's soccer team come away with a scoreless tie at first-place Pomona-Pitzer on Sunday, marking her eighth shutout of the season
  • Ethan Lewis - Men's Water Polo
    October 09, 2018
    Ethan Lewis had a major role in a 5-1 week for CMS men's water polo, which extended its win streak to nine before losing by just one goal to No. 11 Pepperdine. Lewis had seven goals (four against Pepperdine) and 13 steals, while scoring the game-winner with just three seconds left in a 6-5 win over Navy.
  • Sarah Tritschler - Volleyball
    October 02, 2018
    Sarah Tritschler averaged a whopping seven digs per set, including a career-high 38 in a five-set win over Whittier, to help the Athenas remain the only undefeated team left in the SCIAC (5-0)
  • Austin Long - Men's Golf
    September 25, 2018
    Austin Long hit the ground running in the first event of 2018-19 for the CMS men's golf team, carding a pair of 4-under 68s to take first place at the Cal State Intercollegiate on Monday-Tuesday in Ventura.
  • Melanie Moore - Volleyball
    September 18, 2018
    Melanie Moore hit .388 on the weekend at the East-West Challenge at Roberts Pavilion, and repeatedly came up big in the clutch to earn Co-MVP honors, with the winning blocks in the third and fourth sets of a win over No. 6 Emory, and five kills in the fifth set, including the clincher at 14-12, in a win over Texas-Dallas.
  • Amanda Walker - Volleyball
    September 11, 2018
    CLAREMONT, Calif. – Amanda Walker was named the Most Valuable Player of the Trinity (Texas) Fall Classic after leading the CMS volleyball team to a 4-0 record, including two five-set victories. Walker was especially big in the clutch for the Athenas, tallying the winning kills in the fifth set of wins over No. 5 Trinity and Texas-Tyler. In fact, she had kills for the final three points of the Texas-Tyler win, after CMS fell behind 13-12 in the fifth.
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