Matilda Msall
Matilda Msall
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Oak Park, IL
High School: Oak Park & River Forest
Events: Distance
Major: Politics
College: Scripps

At CMS
2018-19 (Senior) ...
Competed in both the steeplechase and the 5000 at the SCIAC Championships, earning top-10 finishes in both ... Came in fifth place in the steeplechase with an 11:23.71 at SCIAC to move into tenth place in CMS history, while also providing the Athenas four points in a meet they won by three ... Came in ninth in the 5000 with a time of 18:20.57 ... Earned top-five finishes in three different events at three different SCIAC Multi-Duals, finishing fourth in the 1500 in the first one, third in the 800 in the second one (with a PR of 2:24.02), and third in the steeplechase in the third one ... Had a PR in the 1500 at the Redlands Invitational with a 4:52.13 ... Set a personal-best time in the 5000 at the Occidental Distance Carnival with an 18:08.27 ... Came in sixth in the mile at the Pomona-Pitzer All-Comers meet with a 5:20.45. 

2017-18 (Junior): Did not compete while studying abroad. 

2016-17 (Sophomore): Earned a fifth-place finish in the steeplechase and a 10th place finish in the 5000 at SCIAC Championships ... Earned one second-place and two fourth-place finishes in the steeple at the three SCIAC Multi-Duals in the regular season.  

2015-16 (First-Year): Came in seventh place in the steeplechase at SCIAC Championships with a 12:12.56 ... Was fourth, third and fourth in the three steeplechase runs during the SCIAC Multi-Duals during the regular season. 

Personal
Attends Scripps College, where she majors in politics ... Spent the summer (2018) interning with her local congressman (Mike Quigley) in Washington, D.C. ... Also a member of the CMS cross country team in the fall ... Was one of the top seven on the CMS cross country team as a senior in 2018, earning a spot on the roster for the NCAA West Regionals and the NCAA Division III Championships ... Part of a senior class of distance runners that went 8-for-8 winning SCIAC titles (four cross country, four track and field).