Athletes of the Week

Week of April 8, 2013

Jake Petersen

Baseball

Jake Petersen continues to control baseball games on the hill and at the plate. Not only did he earn his fifth win of the spring for the No. 7 Kingsmen, he was also 8-for-13 for a .615 average with eight RBIs and seven runs scored in a weekend sweep of Whittier. The Southpaw opened the series with a 7.0 inning performance in which he struck out five and aided his own cause with a 3-for-4 day at the plate, adding a walk and scoring three times. In the first game on Saturday the right fielder was 4-for-5, with five RBIs while scoring four times from the leadoff spot. He also walked once to reach base in all six at-bats. During the series finale he got on base four times and drove in three runs on a two-RBI single in the sixth before drawing a bases loaded walk in the seventh. Defensively, he had four putouts and three assists, which included a phenomenal play on a bunt, after he picked off a runner at first from the mound on Friday. He is batting .476 for the season with a 5-1 record on the hill.


Amanda Jones

Water Polo

Amanda Jones helped the Regals get back in the win column, going 2-0 this week in SCIAC action. She played a limited role in a 19-6 rout of Caltech before willing CLU to a 10-8 victory over Redlands in their final home contest of the spring on Saturday morning. Wednesday she provided a goal and an assist. On Saturday the freshman scored a hat-trick and handed out two assists in a crucial game against the Bulldogs. She scored the second CLU goal of the game and then converted a five-meter shot in the second quarter before tacking on the final insurance goal of the day.