Pole vaulter Jacque Desmond SC ’20 broke her own school record as the Athenas swept the final SCIAC multi-dual of the season. The CMS women also swept the long jump and won every track distance from the 800-meter and up. The Stags swept the distance events and relays on the
Three Athenas finished in the top five in their events at the Pomona-Pitzer Invite last weekend. Pole vaulter Jacque Desmond SC ’20 finished fifth overall, Sabrine Griffith HM ’20 was fifth in the long jump and Amanda Mell CM ’20 was fifth in the triple jump. The highest track finish
Athena distance runners put on a show last weekend in a four-team SCIAC multi-dual, going one-two-three in the 1,500 and taking the No. 1 through No. 6 spots in the 5,000. CMS women also won the 100-meter hurdles, steeplechase, pole vault, triple jump and javelin throw. Reese Peterson HM ’20
Sabrine Griffith HM ’20 finished sixth out of 40 competitors in a DI-heavy long jump field last weekend at the Aztec Invitational in San Diego, leading the way for the Athenas. Amanda Mell CM ’20 picked up a third-place finish in a field of 12 in the triple jump, while
Abby Johnson SC ’21 has emerged as a leader of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps track team, putting up great times on the track and establishing a welcoming and friendly team culture.
Miles Christensen HM ’22 finished second in a open-division 5,000-meter field with a time of 14:24.67 last weekend at the Occidental Distance Carnival, ranking him fourth in Stags history. Current track and field teammate Thomas D’Anieri CM ’20 holds the fastest time in CMS history at 14:21.04. Stag javelin throwers
Both the CMS men’s and women’s track teams fell to Redlands but defeated La Verne in the first SCIAC Multi-Dual of the season last weekend. The Stags lost by just seven points (85-78) while the Athenas fell 100-63. Despite the loss, the Athenas, led by Abigail Johnson SC ’21,
CMS track and field played host to the annual Rossi Relays last weekend.
Abigail Johnson SC ’21 led the Athenas to a one-two-three-four sweep of the one-mile race at the Pomona-Pitzer All-Comers meet last weekend, finishing in 5:06.85. Olivia Gleason SC ’21, Natalie Marsh SC ’19 and Riley Harmon SC ’22 followed, with Matilda Msall SC ’19 taking sixth and Morgan Blevins HM
CMS women’s golf overcomes poor conditions to nab come-from-behind win After trailing by two strokes at the end of day one against Redlands at the Los Serranos North Golf Course last Saturday, the Athenas (1-0 SCIAC) improved their score by five strokes on day two, despite poor conditions. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps outscored