Sports Roundup / Spring 2009
(14-13, 10-4 SCIAC) second place
By defeating Whittier College 92-76 in the conference semifinals of the Southern
California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament, the Sagehens advanced to the
championship for the second consecutive season. Junior David Liss ’10 was named to the
All-SCIAC first team, while juniors Adam Chaimowitz ’10 and Justin Sexton ’10 were named to the second team.
(8-16, 4-10 SCIAC) seventh place
Victoria King ’09 was named the Ed Baldwin Award recipient, presented by the conference to the player that demonstrates the highest
level of sportsmanship during conference play. Deidre Chew ’10 was named to the All-SCIAC second team.
Men’s Swimming & Diving, third place
Women’s Swimming & Diving, second place
The men’s and women’s swim and dive teams combined for eight school records, seven in individual events and one in a relay event.
Kristin Lindbergh ’12 set school records in the 50 and 100 freestyles. Also setting records,
Naomi Laporte ’11 bettered her own records in the 100 and 200 butterflies, Max Scholten
’12 in the 200 backstroke, David Henderson ’09 erased two 20-year-old records in the
500 and 1,000 freestyle, and the team of Kimi Ide-Foster ’11, Kathleen Hall ’12,
Michelle Prokocki ’12 and Janelle Gyorffy ’12 set the mark in the 200 medley relay. At the
NCAA championships at the University of Minnesota, Laporte set two school records.