2019 CMS Annual Report

L EADERS COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP The Mountain View PE program is a vital part of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee’s (SAAC) efforts to serve the local Claremont community and be positive role models for younger generations. Every CMS team participates in three weeks of service throughout the academic year. For 21 Fridays, the SAAC advisor took anywhere from 14-20 student-athlete volunteers to Mountain View to play games and engage with students. Over the last two academic years, we have had 360+ student-athletes participate and were awarded the NADIIIA Community Service Award-Ongoing Projects (Runner-Up) for the program in 2018-2019. In addition, several other teams and the SAAC took on other volunteer opportunities in the community as well, including men’s soccer, women’s soccer, baseball, men’s tennis, men’s basketball, softball, and women’s basketball to name a few. CAMPUS LEADERS • Chloe Amarilla (CMC ’19) served as a resident assistant on campus in the dorms. • Julian Gordy (CMC ’19) was awarded the NCAA Division III Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. • Maya Love (CMC ’20) served as the president of the Associated Students of Claremont McKenna College during the 2018-19 academic year. 6 Julian Gordy Chloe Amarilla Maya Love