Alumni report: Spring athletes off to fast start

Weeks of Feb. 1-Feb. 13, 2022

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JC Ng (Menlo ’21) lifted Pomona College baseball to a 6-1 start. The left fielder went 6 for 11 with six RBI and five runs in three wins over Linfield this past weekend.  He had his first collegiate hit and drove in two runs in a win over Lewis & Clark on Feb. 4. In the final of a three-game series, he also homered in a 20-5 win the following day. 

Track & Field

Yale senior Robert Miranda (Menlo ’18), who broke the four-minute mile barrier last weekend at Boston University, once again provided a highlight this weekend by setting the school record in the 3000m run. At the Hermery Invitational,  Miranda’s time of 7:51.91 in the 3000 broke the 31-year-old Yale record set by Jim Gibson ’90 (7:56.49). A week ago, Miranda ran a 3:59:27 mile

Several Menlo alumni were reunited at the Valentine Invite at BU:

  • Freshman Calvin Katz (’21) was Yale’s second finisher in mile
  • Middlebury’s Michelle Louie (’20) ran a team-best in the 400, and hit PRs in 200, 400, and ran a leg on the 4x400, which recorded a season-best.
  • Yale’s Kyra Pretre (’20) ran a 4:49.90 mile
    Kamran Murray (’21), who ran unattached, was 22nd in the Unseeded 3000m race. 
Water polo

Sophomore attacker Sydney Bianchi (’20) had a goal on the final day as Villanova finished the Princeton Invitational with a 2-1 mark.  

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  • Menlo alumna Michelle Louie ’20
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