|Dates||News and Developments|
|3/23/2016||Daniel Aichinger was selected as a member of the Glacier Peak Chapter of the National Honor Society based on scholarship, service, leadership and character.|
|3/28/2016||Joe and Chelsea are having a baby girl in September.|
|5/15/2016||Katie graduated from Claremont McKenna in economics and accounting.|
|5/21/2016||Here are the links to the post game interviews with Katie:
|5/30/2016||The 2016 editions of the following textbooks written by David Cartano were republished:
Federal and State Taxation of Limited Liability Companies (CCH 2016)
Insider Trading and SEC Rule 10b-5 (Internet Publications, Ltd. 2016)
Taxation of Compensation and Benefits (CCH 2016)
Taxation of Individual Retirement Accounts (CCH 2016)
|6/17/2016||Elaina Aichinger received the award for the "Highest GPA in 6th Grade" at Woodin Valley Baptist School during the 2015-2016 School Year|
|6/17/2016||Evelyn Aichinger received the award for the "Highest GPA in 7th Grade" at Woodin Valley Baptist School during the 2015-2016 school year.|
|6/23/2016||Kyle and Cory purchased a house on Mercer Island, and will be moving in on August 1, 2016.|
|7/5/2016||Jack made the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Honors 2015-16 All-Academic Team
SCIAC Honors 2015-16 All-Academic Team
PASADENA, Calif. – The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) has named 1488 student-athletes to the 2015-16 All-Academic Team. Those honored include 86 student-athletes competing in two or more sports bringing the total recognition to 1574 roster positions.
The SCIAC All-Academic Team recognizes student-athletes who have achieved a grade point average of 3.40 or higher and must have completed one full calendar year at their current institution. SCIAC student-athletes demonstrate the NCAA Division-III philosophy enabling a full collegiate experience, beyond the arena of competition and the classroom.
The Claremont Colleges took the top spots in the number of student-athletes earning All-Academic honors across all 21 SCIAC-sponsored sports. Pomona-Pitzer Colleges led all institutions with 310 honorees and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges followed with 201 honorees. Chapman University (195), the University of Redlands (189) and California Lutheran University (137) rounded out the top five.
Prior to the 2015-16 academic year, the All-Academic Team was announced three times per year, once per season, and freshmen and first-year transfer student-athletes were not eligible. With the inclusion of first year student-athletes the total number of student-athlete recognition has increased. Football has maintained the top spot of all sports, this year claiming 141 honors for their work in the classroom. Women’s soccer has once again owned the No. 2 spot of all sports with 125 honors going to performances off the pitch.
2015-16 SCIAC All-Academic Team
Name Yar Major Insitution
John Savard F Economics CMS-CMC
|7/15/2016||Katie was named as one of 17 graduates added to the Claremont Wall of Fame as an outstanding student athlete. The press release reads as follows:
Scholar Athletes honored by CMS
Jul 15, 2016
CLAREMONT, Calif. – Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics would like to congratulate the 17 recent graduates who have been added to the CMS Wall of Fame and the 129 student-athletes who have made the Athletic Director's Honor Roll for the 2015-16 academic year.
The Wall of Fame honors the graduating seniors who earned at least a 9.000 cumulative grade point average and were selected to First Team All-SCIAC (or better) during their athletic career. The 2016-16 honor roll, selected by former Director of Athletics Mike Sutton, recognizes student-athletes who have a achieved and 11.000 or better grade point average in either the fall or spring semester or cumulative.
CMS Wall of Fame
|7/21/2016||John was admitted to the Foster Business School at the University of Washington based on his high GPA and academic performance during his freshman and sophomore years at the University of Washington.|
|7/21/2016||We have a young Cartano on the east coast working hard in school as well. Sierra Cartano graduated from a nationally ranked magnet high school, William Enloe HS, this year with high honors and a GPA of 5.13 from Raleigh, NC. Sierra lettered in soccer all four years and was team captain her senior year. She will attend Francis Marion University in South Carolina this fall on an academic and athletic (D2) scholarship. She has been accepted in the honors program and is excited about all the new challenges to come.
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|7/21/2016||Evan Bulman graduated from Bowdoin, cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. He starts with McKinsey & Co. in Washington D.C. next week.|