CMS Athletics Week in Review: March 31-April 6

Posted: April 8, 2014

Women’s Golf

The Athena golf team placed first at the SCIAC #2 Tournament at Empire Lakes Golf Course with a combined score of 625 over the two-day tournament. The Athenas were 34 shots ahead of the second-place team and now sit in first place in SCIAC. Lindsay Slocum ’17 (CMC) shot a 76 on the second day for the low round of the tournament. CMS next plays April 27-29 in the SCIAC Championships at Oak Valley Golf Club in Beaumont, Calif.

Women’s Lacrosse

The Athena lacrosse team lost to Pomona-Pitzer 11-5 on Saturday for CMS’ Senior Day. The Athenas were led by Izzy Laterzo ’16 (CMC), who had two goals.  CMS is now 9-4 overall, and 2-4 in SCIAC. They next play at Redlands (4/9) at 7 p.m.

Softball

The Athena softball team was 1-1 over the weekend, splitting with Chapman (8-0 win, 3-2 loss). In the first game, Tara Robinson ’16 (CMC) was 2-for-3 at the plate with two stolen bases and two runs scored. The Athenas are now 17-10 overall and 12-6 in SCIAC. CMS is back in action on the road this weekend playing double-headers at Whittier (4/11) and La Verne (4/12).

Women’s Tennis

The Athena tennis team went 2-1 last week, beating Cal Lutheran (8-1) and No. 6 Pomona-Pitzer (8-1) while losing to No. 2 Williams (6-3). Doubles partners Katie Kuosman ’17 (CMC) and Caroline Ward ’16 (CMC) won both their matches against Williams and Pomona-Pitzer with scores of 8-1 and 8-4, respectively. The Athenas next host Occidental (4/12) and UC Santa Cruz (4/13).

Women’s Track & Field

A select group of Athenas competed this weekend at the California/Nevada Championships at UC San Diego. Ellyn Erving ’14 (SCR) won the triple jump competition and currently leads the nation with a distance of 12.06 meters. Her mark is third best in SCIAC history and currently leads the nation for Division III. The entire team will compete the following weekend at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational.

Women’s Water Polo

The Athena water polo team was 2-0 last week, beating Caltech (13-0) and Cal Lutheran (15-5). In the win over Cal Lu, Candace Filippelli ’14 (CMC) scored six of the team’s 15 goals, four of which came in the first quarter. CMS is now 12-11 on the season and next faces SCIAC opponent Redlands at home at 7 p.m. April 9.

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