DEPARTMENT NEWS 12 Five NewMembers Inducted Into the CMS Hall of Fame Coach John Goldhammer (Cross Country/Track & Field Head Coach), Ryan Gibson (Track & Field - HMC ’03), Dianna Turner- Graves (Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field - CMC ’98), Ryan Gocong (Football - CMC ’03) and Todd McKenzie (Swimming, Water Polo - CMC ’88) were inducted as the newest members of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics Alumni Association Hall of Fame on Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020. Bim Jollymour Retires After 19 Seasons with CMS Men’s Golf; Mitchell Fedorka Named Interim Head Coach After 19 seasons as the head coach of the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s golf team, including four SCIAC titles, 14 NCAA Championships appearances and the program’s first-ever national title in 2016, Bim Jollymour retired at the end of the 2019-20 academic year. Mitchell Fedorka , who has spent the last three seasons as an assistant for Jollymour, will take over as the program’s interim head coach for the 2020-21 season. Fedorka had a standout playing career at La Verne, where he finished second to Stag Tain Lee ’12 at the 2010 NCAA Division III Championships in a battle of SCIAC rivals. John Goldhammer Announces Retirement after 36 Years with CMS; Former Olympian Marina Muncan Named New Cross Country Coach After 36 seasons as the head coach of the CMS cross country programs, as well as 26 years as the head coach and 10 years as an assistant coach of the CMS track and field programs, John Goldhammer announced his retirement this spring. CMS teams won an unprecedented 72 SCIAC team championships under Goldhammer’s leadership. Marina Muncan, who competed in the 1500 meters at the 2012 Summer Olympics and who has coached the women’s distance runners at Division I Rutgers University for the last five years began as CMS’ head coach on Aug. 10. Ryan Fahey (CMC ’10) Hired as New Head Coach for CMS Men’s Soccer CMS welcomed back alumnus Ryan Fahey ’10 as the men’s soccer program’s new head coach. Fahey was a first-teamAll-SCIAC and third-teamNSCAA All-Far West selection for the Stags, who he led to a SCIAC title and an NCAA Tournament appearance as the team’s goalkeeper in 2009. After graduation, he served as an assistant coach at CMS, Dartmouth and Notre Dame. Fahey takes over for Matt Edwards who stepped down as head coach of the program after the 2019 season. Edwards led the Stags to a 67-34 record in five seasons including two SCIAC championships, and an appearance in the NCAA Division III Championships third round in 2019.