Video Tribute: The CMS Women's Lacrosse Class of 2020

Video Tribute: The CMS Women's Lacrosse Class of 2020

CLAREMONT, Calif. - The eight members of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's lacrosse senior class were 3-for-3 winning SCIAC titles in their first three seasons, compiling a 41-1 league record over their careers. Their chance at a fourth straight league title and trip to the NCAA Division III Tournament was denied by the sudden suspension of spring sports, as well as the chance for a normal Senior Day tribute at the final regular season home game, so we decided to pay tribute to the CMS Women's Lacrosse Class of 2020 via video instead.

Watch the video here: https://cms.prestosports.com/sports/wlax/2019-20/videos/CMS_Lacrosse_Seniors

The eight members of the CMS women's lacrosse senior class include: 

#2 Emily Cohen (Midfield/Attack, Seattle, Wash. - Claremont McKenna, biology and psychology)
A four-year member of the Athenas, Cohen overcame a knee injury to reach 100 career points last year, which came on a goal off an assist from her younger sister, Sammie Cohen. She tallied 115 points on 81 goals and 34 assists, including a 49-goal season as a first-year before her injury. 
 
#3 Juliana Clark (Defense, Portola Valley, Calif. - Scripps, economics)
A regular starter on the CMS defense over her four seasons, Cohen ranks in the top 10 in program history in caused turnovers with 66. She also tallied 90 career ground balls and came forward to score nine goals, including a hat trick in the final game of her senior season against Cal Lutheran.

#9 Sara Reid (Goalkeeper, Danville, Calif. - Claremont McKenna, science management)
Reid was a regular contributor in the cage over the last four seasons, appearing in 34 career games including 20 starts. Her career record in goal was 14-2 with just a 6.10 goals against average, and she went the distance to get a shutout in the final game of her senior season against Cal Lutheran, making two saves. 

#12 Emma Johnson (Attack, Palo Alto, Calif. - Scripps, economics and finance)
Johnson appeared in 55 games over the course of her four seasons, including 17 starts, tallying 27 goals and 18 assists for 45 points. She had two assists in the SCIAC Championship against Pomona-Pitzer last year and tallied a career-best six points on three goals and three assists in her final game of her senior season against Cal Lutheran. 

#15 Luisa Valles (Defense, Coronado, Calif. - Claremont McKenna, international relations)
Valles appeared in 54 games in her career, including 26 starts, helping to anchor the team defense. She had 46 caused turnovers and 61 ground balls in her career, and had nine caused turnovers in five games played this season. She also scored three goals in the last game of her senior season against Cal Lutheran. 

#20 Allie Hill (Midfield, Redmond, Wash. - Claremont McKenna, philosophy and public affairs)
Hill was a key part of the CMS midfield all four seasons, finishing with 70 goals and 85 assists for 155 career points. The 85 assists ranks third on the CMS all-time list, while her 34 assists as a junior and 29 as a sophomore rank No. 5 and No. 7 on the single-season program lists. She was All-SCIAC all three seasons and IWLCA All-Region in each of the last two. 

#27 Sascha Reynolds (Attack, Johns Creek, Ga. - Harvey Mudd, computer science)
Reynolds appeared in 36 games over her four seasons and had developed into a key part of the CMS attacking unit. She had 15 career goals, to go along with eight assists, scoring on almost half of the 33 shots she took in her career. She closed out her senior year with a flourish with seven goals in her last three games, including a hat trick at Redlands. 

#33 Zoe Ryan (Defense, Lakewood, Colo. - Harvey Mudd, computer science and mathematics)
Ryan was the 2019 SCIAC Defensive Player of the Year and Tournament Most Outstanding Player while leading the Athenas to their third straight title. She started all 34 games over the last three seasons, accumulating 72 caused turnovers and 71 ground balls in her career, including three caused turnovers and a goal in the 2019 SCIAC Championship game.