After starting off the season hot, the CMS baseball team has its eyes set on competing at the top of a tough SCIAC conference.
CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
After dropping two of three games to Pomona-Pitzer (17-18, 7-17 SCIAC), CMS baseball (18-12-1, 11-10 SCIAC) rebounded to take three games from Caltech (8-23, 5-16 SCIAC) last Friday and Saturday. The Stags scored 15 runs in the series, allowing just five. In the second game, CMS starter Diego Avila CM
In the midst of a difficult season, the P-P baseball team won their rivalry series against CMS last weekend. P-P hasn’t lost a season series to the Stags since 2006.
Justin Hull CM ’20 threw his second––straight complete game in the Stags’ sole win against Pomona-Pitzer (17-15, 7-14 SCIAC) last weekend. Hull gave up one run while striking out seven and allowing just one walk. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (15-12-1, 8-10 SCIAC) dropped the final two of three games 5-3 and 13-5; Patrick
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball (14-10-1, 7-8 SCIAC) started last weekend with a 2-1 win over Chapman (23-7, 13-5 SCIAC) before dropping the final two games of the series, 7-2 and 5-3. Justin Hull CM ’20 tossed nine innings of one-run ball in the win, moving to 6-1 with his first complete game
An investigation found that members of the CMS baseball team violated CMS’ hazing policy at an annual “talent show” April 30.
Ryan Motter CM ’19 tallied two home runs in CMS baseball’s three-game set against Whittier last weekend as the Stags (13-8-1, 6-6 SCIAC) scored 21 runs in the series overall. He went 3-for-3 with a double and home run Friday, then 2-for-4 with a homer in the loss Sunday afternoon.
Gabe Fisher CM ’21 keeps numerous stats for the CMS baseball team and hopes to one day take his skills to the MLB.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball team will miss three scheduled games this week and will not be allowed to practice or meet until April 8.