Athletes of the Week
On Sunday, April 22, pitcher Peter Ciaramitaro tossed a nine inning complete game shutout against Redlands. He picked up his sixth win of the season following the 9-0 victory over the Bulldogs.
Ciaramitaro gave up just five singles and struck out three batters during his 134-pitch effort against the Bulldogs. Over his past four home starts against SCIAC teams he has not allowed an earned run or extra base hit in 30 innings and has pitched back-to-back complete games (Whittier and Redlands).
In SCIAC-only contests he currently ranks fourth among conference pitchers in ERA (2.37), fifth in strikeouts (38) and innings pitched (57.0).
Beaman went 3-1 during a pair of league matches against Whittier and nationally ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. She is the first player in CMS' six league contests to have won a match this season.
Beaman was dominant in her match at second doubles earning a 6-1 first set win over No. 8 regionally ranked Jessie Huang. The Athena retired prior to the second set giving Beaman her first career win over a regionally ranked opponent.
Against Whittier she teamed up with Kim Kolibas for an 8-3 victory at No. 1 doubles. Beaman later extended her singles win streak to three after taking both tiebreakers 7-6 (1), 7-6 (2) at second singles.
Beaman leads the Regals with 11 singles wins and 12 doubles victories this season. She went 5-2 in conference play in both singles and doubles during the regular season.
Worley went undefeated over the weekend winning six matches over thre three-day stretch. In singles and doubles he knocked off two regionally ranked opponents, and capped off the weekend with a victory over a nationally ranked doubles team.
On Friday he opened the weekend dropping the first set in his match at third singles against CMS. He rebounded taking the final two sets and went on to take six sets in a row following a pair of wins over the following two days.
Worley and teammate Nicholas Ballou extended their doubles win streak to 11 matches. The pairing did not surrender more than four games in any of its three victories and remains as one of, if not the top doubles team in NCAA Division III.