CMS Athletics Week in Review: May 19-25

Posted: May 29, 2014

Women’s Golf

CMS golfers Maya Reddy ’14 (CMC) and Tiffany Su ’15 (CMC) competed as individuals at the NCAA Golf Championships May 13-16. After the first three rounds, Reddy was tied for 46th with a score of 254 with rounds of 85, 84 and 85. Su had a four-round score of 334 with a low round of 7-over, 79 in the first round of the event. The team finished in 37th place overall.


The Athena softball team went 1-2 in the best-of-three series against East Texas Baptist University in the NCAA Super Regional May 16-17 in Texas. CMS lost the first game in extra innings (6-4) due to a walk-off home run. The Athenas bounced back in the second game with a 6-4 win but ultimately lost the third game in the bottom of the seventh after another walk-off homer. Brooklyn Robinson ’16 (SCR) hit .714 on the weekend. The Athenas finished the season in the top 16 teams in the nation and with a 32-15 record.

Women’s Tennis

The Athena tennis team lost to Johns Hopkins in the quarterfinals of the team competition in the NCAA Division III Tennis Championships. Going into the singles stage of the competition, CMS trailed 3-0. Four singles players, Caroline Ward ’16 (CMC), Chloe Dobbert ’14 (CMC), Crystal Lim ’14 (CMC) and Sarah Kukino ’15 (CMC) won their matches to tie the score at four apiece. Johns Hopkins clinched the victory with the win at No. 6 singles. In the doubles portion of the Championships, the doubles pair of Ward and Katie Kuosman ’17 (CMC) marched through the doubles competition to the championship match and placed second nationally, losing to a doubles from Amherst in the title match.

Women’s Track & Field

Three Athenas competed in the NCAA Track and Field Championships: Ellyn Erving ’14 (SCR), Allison Barnwell ’14 (CMC) and Hanna Tarleton ’17 (CMC). Erving jumped a personal best in the triple jump, earned All-American honors and a fifth-place finish. Erving also placed 13th in the long jump. Barnwell finished 12th in the steeplechase, and Tarleton finished in 22nd in the 400.

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