Redlands, CMS lead All-SCIAC softball selections

Athlete of the Year - Tara Robinson, Soph., SS, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
Rookie of Year - Kaylilani Minami, Fr., P, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps

First team
P Kaitlyn Hooper, Sr., Redlands
P Hayle Schultz, Jr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
C Sam Mellano, Jr., Whittier
1B Katie Savard, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
2B Amanda Clark, Sr., Redlands
3B Mercedez Cundiff, Jr., Whittier
SS Victoria King, Jr, Redlands
DP Raven Freret, Sr., La Verne
OF AJ Carrasco, Soph., Redlands
OF Jackie Shimamoto, Sr., Occidental
OF Amana Lievanos, Sr., Redlands
UT Courtney Delano, Sr., Whittier
At-Large Natalie Both, Soph., Chapman

Second team
P Cassie Oregel, Jr., Chapman
P Hayley Jacquess, Fr., La Verne
C Morgan Beltz, Sr., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
1B Alexis Schiff, Fr., La Verne
2B Brooklyn Robinson, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
3B Taylor Cartwright, Jr., Chapman
SS Stephanie Martello, Sr., Cal Lutheran
OF Ashley Morello, Jr., Pomona-Pitzer
OF Janelle Shiozaki, Soph., Claremont-Mudd-Scripps
OF Mickala Gonzalez, Sr., Whittier
UT Danielle Vela, Jr., La Verne
At-large Kristin Hooper, Sr., Redlands
At-large Blake Lewis, Soph., Cal Lutheran

 

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Redlands baseball player gets preseason honor

Jordan Dresner landed on the D3Baseball.com Preseason All-America Honorable-Mention Team.

University of Redlands junior shortstop Jordan Dresner has earned 2014 Preseason All-America Honorable-Mention recognition from D3Baseball.com.

Dresner, a Los Osos High School graduate, scored a team-best 42 runs during last year’s run to the inaugural SCIAC Postseason Tournament.

He hit .389, racking up 58 hits to rank second on the team in the category, while raking eight doubles and four triples in the process. Additionally, Dresner notched 21 RBI on the year to go along with an on-base percentage of .457 and a slugging percentage of .497.

For his efforts, D3baseball.com honored Dresner with a Third-Team All-Region plaudit. He also garnered American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Second-Team All-Region honors and First-Team All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) laurels.

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Claremont-Mudd-Scripps sweeps weekly top honors

Annika Jessen and Remy Pinson

For the second week in a row, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps has swept the weekly SCIAC Athlete of the Week honors.

Athena swimmer Annika Jessen took home Female Athlete of the Week honors while Stag basketball player Remy Pinson took Athlete of the Week on the men’s side for Jan. 20-26.

Jessen was a part of two pool records as CMS beat Cal Lu and Caltech at home on Jan. 25. She swam the 50 fly (25.67) leg of the winning 200 medley relay which set a new pool record of 1:48.56 (#10 nationally in 2014).

She won the 100 fly with a personal best and pool record time of 57.61. The mark is an NCAA ‘B’ cut and the second fastest turned in nationally in 2014. She also finished second in the 50 free (25.59) and swam a 50 free leg (25.44) on CMS ‘B’ 200 free relay.

Pinson had 30 points and nine three-pointers – both career highs – as CMS beat Redlands 82-76 on Jan. 25 to remain in first place in SCIAC (7-0).

His previous career high was 22 and this was only the second time of his career that he has broken 20 points.

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