By the numbers: 2017–18 winter and spring wrap-up


Men’s Basketball

1,932 total points scored by the Bulldogs this season; Second-Team All-honoree David Menary ’20 scored 395 of them

Women’s Basketball

1,085 career points by Reyna Ta’amu ’18 to rank sixth in Redlands’ scoring history

11 of 11 years since inception that Redlands women’s basketball has advanced to the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Postseason Tournament

3: Number of times Ta’amu ’18 became a member of All-SCIAC teams, with her First-Team nod in her senior season

Swimming and Diving

524.55 points: School-record score on the three-meter diving board that Jacob Miner ’20 earned during the SCIAC Championships, which placed him second

21 new top-10 marks made by the women during the 2017-18 season, including a time by Julia Hagenbaumer ’20 of 1:06.33 in the 100-meter breaststroke to rank third all-time at Redlands

20: Number of Redlands men’s top-10 marks earned during the 2017-18 season, including the third-fastest 200 free relay time of 1:23.68 recorded by Aaron Bauer ’19, Carson Brett ’20, Michael Talag ’20, and Brian Wright ’18

All-SCIAC awards earned by three Bulldogs: Miner gained two awards for diving; August Key ’21 became a two-time All-Conference swimmer in her first season; and Wendy McAleer ’19 received one award for her top-three finish at the SCIAC Championships

3: Number of divers who qualified for National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Regionals: Miner, Max Spiegel ’21, and Sami Scarano ’20; Miner became a two-time All-Region performer, while Spiegel earned the same honor in the 3-meter competition


12 Overall titles as the Bulldogs became 2018 SCIAC co-champions

33: Single-season record for wins set by the baseball team on May 5

10 All-SCIAC honorees, including Brendan Gardiner ’18 as SCIAC Athlete of the Year and Adam Stead ’18 as SCIAC Pitcher of the Year

33: Single-season record for stolen bases recorded by second baseman Will Hall ’18

69: Single-season record for hits, made by Gardiner 

Men’s Golf

210: Score shot by Jake Hollander ’20 at the SCIAC Championship Tournament to take home the medalist honor

2 All-SCIAC recipients: Hollander and Cameron Cooper ’20

1 Individual qualifier to the NCAA Championships: Cade Lawson ’19

Women’s Golf

4: Number of times Frank Serrao Award recipient Caroline Ordian ’18 was All-American, All-West Region, First-Team All-SCIAC honoree, and NCAA Championships competitor; she was also three-time SCIAC Women’s Golf Athlete of the Year and 2016 NCAA Individual Champion

Men’s Tennis

2 All-SCIAC recipients: Chase Lipscomb ’19 and Cameron Krimbill ’21 earned First-Team plaudits

Men’s and Women’s Track and Field

9: Times men won championships: seven individual and two relay

5: Times women won individual events

25: Number of all-SCIAC awards, including SCIAC Newcomer of the Year Tucker Cargile ’21

Women’s Water Polo

2 All-SCIAC honorees: center Kolby Kahahawai ’19 on the Second Team and attacker Katelyn Jenkins ’19 as a member of the SCIAC All-Sportsmanship Team

Women’s Lacrosse

6 All-SCIAC selections: midfielders Lacey Bjorndal ’18 and Hanna Morford ’19 on the First Team, attacker Kelsey Ruhl ’19, goalkeeper Quinn Egan ’18, and defender Chelsea Sahami ’21 on the Second Team; defender Katie Koehler ’18 repeated as the Maroon and Grey’s SCIAC All-Sportsmanship Team recipient

47: Number of consecutive games that Morford has scored at least one goal dating back to Feb. 20, 2016

124: New school record for single-season draw controls set by Bjorndal while eclipsing the 11-draw-control mark in four games in the season


4 All-SCIAC awards: utility player Shannon Skrzynski ’18 with a First-Team nod; first baseman Olivia Vierra ’18 and centerfielder Samantha Rivas ’21 collected Second-Team honors; infielder Jordyn Smith ’19 represented Redlands on the SCIAC All-Sportsmanship Team


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