Malea Martin
Malea Martin
Height: 5-6
Year: Sr.
Hometown: San Luis Obispo, CA
High School: San Luis Obispo
Events: Distance
Major: Literature and Government
College: Claremont McKenna

Graduated ranked No. 8 in CMS history in the 10000 meters (37:35.29)

2018-19 (Senior) ... All-SCIAC (5000, 10000) ... USTFCCCA All-West Region (10000) ... SCIAC All-Academic Team ... USTFCCCA All-Academic selection ... Ran both the 5K and the 10K at the SCIAC Championships, earning all-league honors in both ... Ran the 10K on the opening day and finished second with a PR of 37:35.24, placing her tenth in program history ... Came back the next day to finish third in the 5K with an 18:04.70 ... Provided 14 points to the Athenas in a meet that they won by three ... Had a PR in the 1500 at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational with a 4:57.40 ... Won the 5000 at all three regular season SCIAC Multi-Duals, while adding a PR at the Occidental Distance Carnival with a 17:40.95. 

2016-17 (Sophomore) ... All-SCIAC (10000) ... Finished second at the SCIAC Championships in the 1000 with a 37:49.98 ...  Earned two first-place finishes in SCIAC Multi-Duals in the 5000 (and one second place).

2015-16 (First-Year) ... Came in ninth in the SCIAC Championships as a freshman in the 5000 (18:29.27) 

Attends Claremont McKenna, where she has a dual major in literature and government with a sequence in human rights ... Earned Claremont McKenna's award for the top student in literature ... Spent the summer (2018) at an internship with United Way of the Bay Area ... Involved on campus with the Mgrublian Center for Human Rights ... Writing her senior thesis on the poetry of W.B. Yeats ... Also a member of the cross country team in the fall, earning All-SCIAC and All-West Region honors in 2018, leading CMS to team wins in both ... Finished fifth in the SCIAC Cross Country Championships and sixth in the West Regionals ... The top finisher on the cross country team (75th) at the 2018 NCAA Division III Championships ... Part of a class of distance runners that went 8-for-8 in SCIAC titles (four cross country, four track and field).