Hurdling the competition, CMS Track and Field is leaving the SCIAC in the dust as both the Athenas and the Stags are looking for back to back conference titles.
Young, old, fun and bold, the Athenas look ready to go back to back as SCIAC champs after hurdling the competition at their first meet of the season. Whether through their veteran leaders or ready and willing newcomers, this year’s CMS team is ready to compete.
Over the weekend in the SCIAC multi-duals, both CMS and P-P track and field teams recorded personal bests and set program records.
With football wrapped up and a track and field season to go before ending his collegiate run, defensive lineman and thrower Tyson-Jay Saena HM ’22 is bidding farewell to his experience as a biathlete.
P-P’s annual All-Comers track meet this past Saturday resulted in a new Strehle track men’s mile record and many athletes moving up in national rankings.
CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
Jacque Desmond SC ’19 became the first woman in SCIAC history to crack the 13-foot mark in pole vault as the Athenas won their fifth-straight SCIAC title by just three points last weekend, 150-147. Redlands led the meet with two events left, but CMS had four runners score in the
Despite being picked fourth in preseason polls, CMS men’s track posted a lights-out SCIAC performance to win the meet by 40 points. Michael Sill CM ’21 and Reese Peterson HM ’20 went one-two in both the hammer throw and discus, and Peterson added a win in shot put. CMS finished
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