In the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) the team has won 194 out of 218 matches, which works out to be a .890 winning percentage, and has been the conference champion 16 times in the past 21 years.
Post Season Highlights
8 Top-Ten Year-End National Rankings in Past 11 years
The overall record for this period is 371 wins in 514 matches for a .722 winning percentage. The 2006 Athenas finished third in the nation which was the best finish by a CMS women's team in any sport. In 2013, the Athenas finished the season as conference champions, ranked #1 in the West Region and #4 in the ITA Division III National Team Rankings.
4th Place NCAA National Team Championships 2013
3rd Place NCAA National Team Championships 2006
West Regional Champions and Final 8 NCAA National Team Championships 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
Ojai Valley Tournament Independent College Division Team Champion 2014
Yassie Entekhabi: Singles 2006
Stephanie Hammond: Dooubles 2006
Lisa Steckmest: Doubles 2006
Kristin Lim: Singles and Doubles 2011, 2012, 2013 (NCAA Div III National Singles Champion, 2011, Finalist Singles and Doubles 2013)
Crystal Lim: Doubles 2011, 2012 (ITA Div III National Rookie of the Year, 2011)
Jessie Huang: Doubles 2012
Caroline Ward: Doubles 2013. Singles and Doubles 2014 (NCAA Doubles Finalist 2013, 2014, ITA National Player to Watch 2014)
Katie Kuosman: Doubles 2014 (NCAA Doubles Finalist 2014)
Recent ITA Scholar-Athletes:
Victoria Santoro (CMC), Crystal Lim, Sheena Patel (HMC), Chloe Dobbert (CMC), Brittan Sutphin (CMC), Caroline Ward (CMC), Kristin Lim (CMC), Jessie Huang(CMC), Caroline Daly (SCR), Hannah Gordon (CMC),
David Schwarz, the head coach of the menâ€™s tennis program at Brown University for the past 4 years, was named the head womenâ€™s tennis coach at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on July 3, 2014, in an announcement made by CMS Director of Athletics, Mike Sutton. While at Brown, Schwarz coached the team against tough Ivy League and other Division I competition to 58 wins in 93 matches (.624).
Prior to his tenure at Brown, Schwarz had been the most successful menâ€™s tennis coach in the history of Middlebury College. Schwarz headed the team for 10 seasons with an overall record of 174-37 (.825), while leading the Panthers to national prominence. Under Schwarz guidance, Middlebury won four straight NESCAC titles (2004-2007), winning its fifth and sixth titles in the past seven years in 2009 and 2010. His team made eight straight trips to the NCAA final four, with the 2004 squad capturing the schoolâ€™s first NCAA Tennis Championship. Schwarzâ€™s 2006 and 2007 teams set school records with 22 wins at the time, a mark that was eclipsed in 2010 when the Panthers earned a 23-2 mark en route to Middleburyâ€™s second NCAA Tennis Championship. The ITA Division III National Coach of the Year in 2004, Schwarz was named NESCAC Coach of the Year in 2002, 2004, 2007, and 2010, and earned ITA Regional Coach of the Year honors in both 2009 and 2010.
A 1989 graduate of Cornell, where he played four years of varsity tennis, Schwarz began his collegiate coaching career in the fall of 1996 as the Assistant Menâ€™s and Womenâ€™s Tennis Coach at Cornell. Following one year in that role, Schwarz was the Assistant Menâ€™s Coach (1997-2000), spending the 1998-99 season as an assistant with the women as well. The Northeast Region Assistant Coach of the Year in 2000, Schwarz was also the Managing Director of the Cornell Tennis & Squash Center. Born in Providence, Schwarz grew up in Ithaca where his father Daniel is a Professor of English at Cornell. In addition to his undergraduate degree, Schwarz received a masterâ€™s degree from Cortland State University in 1994.