FALL SPORTS CROSS COUNTRY (ATHENAS) The Athenas won the SCIAC championship for the 29th time in program history and then went on to win the West Regionals and place 20th at the NCAA Division III Championships. Riley Harmon ’22 earned All-America honors with a 36th place finish at Nationals. CROSS COUNTRY (STAGS) Thomas D’Anieri ‘20 finished in third place as the Stags had their second-highest finish in program history by ending up sixth at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Championships. The Stags have now competed at Nationals 12-straight seasons. The Stags won the SCIAC championship for the 17 th time in program history and placed second at West Regionals. FOOTBALL Overall, CMS went 5-5 in 2019 with wins over Northwestern(Minn.), Pacific Lutheran, Occidental, Whittier and a season-ending 20-17 win over Pomona-Pitzer in the Sixth Street Rivalry Game. SOCCER (ATHENAS) After coming up just short of qualifying for the SCIAC Postseason Tournament (top 4 teams), the Athenas received an at-large bid to the NCAADivision III Tournament andwent on a run to the Round of 16 for only the second time in programhistory. CMS finished the seasonwith an 11-5-4 record overall, 6-4-2 in SCIAC. SOCCER (STAGS) After winning the SCIAC regular season and Postseason Tournament championships in 2019 - a first since the conference tournament was introduced in 2006 - the Stags went on a run to the Round of 16 in the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time since 1985. The Stags finished 16-4-2 overall. VOLLEYBALL The Athenas won the SCIAC Postseason Tournament for the third season in a row, won their fifth-straight SCIAC regular season title and advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the seventh-consecutive season. Along the way, the Athenas put together a 27-4 record, 15-1 in SCIAC matches. WATER POLO (STAGS) The Stags played for the first-ever USA Water Polo Division III National Championship and finished as the national runner- up after falling 5-3 at Whittier in a closely contested match. Overall this season, the Stags placed second in SCIAC, finishing with an 18-12 record and an 11-3 mark in SCIAC matches.