2020 CMS Annual Report

SCIAC CHARACTER& LEADERSHIPAWARDWINNERS • Lauren Longo ’20 (Basketball) Ed Baldwin Award • Daniel Park ’20 (Tennis) • Austin Long ‘20 (Golf) Jesse Clark Award Athenas women’s tennis player Anastasia Bryan-Ajania ’20 (Tennis) was profiled by thewebsite TennisRecruiting.net for her efforts in helping to round upmedical supplies fromall seven schools of the Claremont Consortium for COVID-19 relief efforts to donate tomedical facilities in the Pomona and Claremont area. DuringMental Health Awareness Month inMay, the CMS Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) organized a social media campaign to raise awareness around themental health challenges that student-athletes face and to provide resources and information. The SAAC also organized a social media campaign for D3Week to celebrate the impact of Division III student-athletes and hosted the annual CMSPYs –CMS’ annual end of year awards show – on Instagram. Stags men’s tennis player Daniel Park ‘20 (Tennis) earned the Ann Lebedeff Leadership Award from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for the 2019-20 season for his leadership on the court and in the community. Teammate Jack Katzman ’21 (Tennis) earned the 2020Wilson National Promoter of the Year Award from the ITAwhich is given to two student-athletes nationwide that champion the game of tennis by devoting consistent time and effort to promotional activities, and by supporting and bringing awareness to their school programand to college tennis in general. Athenas Nicole Tan ’20 (Tennis) a nd Phoebe Madsen ’20 (Volleyball) both earned nominations for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award, which honors the academic achievements, athletics excellence, community service and leadership of outstanding female college athletes. For the third year in a row, CMS student-athletes visitedMountain ViewElementary in Claremont eachweek during the school year to play games and share the importance of physical activity with its students, as part of the Physical Education Program. Maya Love ’20 (Basketball) received theWilliamH. Alamshah Award for Student Leadership an d Maxwell Kirsch ’20 (Basketball) won the H. N. and Frances C. Berger Award for Outstanding Senior Man andwas one of two recipients of the BrianWalkenbach Award for Outstanding Resident Assistant. 5 LEADERS