The junior guard made a big impact in her first two games back in over a year after an injury. In two games, both Athena wins, Scamman averaged 15 points and 4.5 rebounds. In a 64-63 win over Bethesda Christian on Nov. 15, Scamman made an off-balance layup with two seconds left to win the game for the Athenas in the team's season-opener. She followed that performance up by scoring 15 points in a 67-64 overtime win over UC Merced on Nov. 16. Against UC Merced, Scamman made two free-throws with six seconds remaining in overtime to seal the win for CMS.