With the menís tennis team leading the way, Grossmont
College athletes posted good records and significant
achievements in the spring sports schedule.
Coach Scott Strangeís menís tennis team was undefeated
with a 14-0 record in conference play and was 17-4
overall. Florian Berg and Hans Marconnet were ranked No.
1 and 2 heading into the conference tournament in
singles, and the two were also the No. 1-ranked doubles
The menís volleyball team finished strong to earn a
first-round playoff game against Santa Barbara. The
womenís softball team posted winning records of 16-10
for the season and 10-5 in conference play, and second
baseman Jessica Yonally was a first-team all-conference
selection. Yonally hit .436 and struck out only once all
The Grossmont baseball team finished with a 13-12 record
in conference play and placed three players on the
first-team all-conference team. They were shortstop
Robert Scott, left fielder Josh Mazzola and DH Clay
The perennial womenís tennis championship program had a
rebuilding year, finishing 4-7 in conference play, with
Christina Molinaro seeded No. 5 going into the
In menís swimming and diving, Brent Watkins finished
third in the state in the 100 breast stroke and fifth in
the 200 intermediate. Divers Josh Coombs and David Hill
finished 7th and 8th, respectively, in both the
one-meter and three-meter competitions.
Women divers Shannon Kahler and Kristie Bowdler finished
10-11 in the state three-meter event, and Bowdler placed
11th in the one-meter. Alexis Kilian took a 5th in the
100 backstroke. The relay team of Alexis Kilian, April
Kendrick, Miho Takahasi and Caroline Galambos finished
11th in the 200 relay and 12th in the 400.