Despite falling in their first game against Redlands 8-3 at Athena Field, CMS softball charged back and took the series win by pulling out the next two games in close, high-scoring contests.
After getting off to slow starts in each of their two games against Azusa Pacific, CMS Softball was unable to mount comebacks and lost their first two preseason matches.
The CMS softball team enters the 2020 season with high expectations, as they were voted to finish first in the SCIAC in a coaches’ poll.
CMS softball (30-9, 24-4 SCIAC) dropped a pair of 5-4 games to Whittier (19-17-1, 16-12 SCIAC) to close out the regular season. The Athenas had already solidified themselves as the hosts of the SCIAC tournament for the first time since 2011. CMS used just two pitchers across the two games:
The Athena softball team (30-7, 24-2 SCIAC) dropped its first game against Redlands (16-22, 10-16 SCIAC) before going on to win its next three games last weekend. The loss was only CMS’ second SCIAC loss of the season, with both coming within a week. Megan Perron CM ’21 went 3-4
CMS softball’s (27-6, 21-1 SCIAC) undefeated SCIAC streak finally came to an end at 20 games when Pomona-Pitzer (25-8-1, 17-5 SCIAC) took down the Athenas 4-3 in the first game of a doubleheader last Friday. CMS salvaged the second game 2-1 as starter Lauren Richards CM ’22 came five outs
The No. 5 CMS softball team’s (24-5, 18-0 SCIAC) magical season continued last weekend, as the Athenas improved to 18-0 against SCIAC opponents with a two-game sweep of Cal Lutheran (8-22, 2-16 SCIAC). Chloe Amarilla CM ’19 led the Athenas in the circle and at the plate as they trounced
Sixteen games into the softball season, the CMS softball team (22-5, 16-0 SCIAC) has yet to lose to a SCIAC opponent. The team took two games against Redlands and two against Chapman, including a 5-0 shutout of the Bulldogs. Starter Chloe Amarilla CM ’19 notched a complete game victory in
Late-inning heroics fueled the Athena softball team (9-2, 8-0 SCIAC) in both games of its doubleheader against La Verne last weekend, keeping the team perfect in SCIAC competition this season. In game two, it was Alexa Schulten CM ’22 who came through with a two-out, two-run single in the bottom
Lauren Richards CM ’22 threw seven innings of shutout ball, allowing four hits and striking out two, to seal the Athenas’ (7-2, 6-0 SCIAC) sweep of Sixth Street rival Pomona-Pitzer 2-0 in the second game of a doubleheader last Saturday. Richards also notched a save in game one, throwing a