Swimming the backstroke and representing the Trojans Swim Club, the current USC student took 11th and 14th in the 200-meter backstroke and the 100 backstroke, respectively.
On Friday, Martin took 15th in the 200 prelims, finishing in 2 minutes 10.40 seconds. Later that day, he took third in the consolation final, and 11th overall, with a 2:08.42 showing.
Saturday saw the former Pacific League star take 17th in the prelims (1:00.94) and then 14th overall in the finals (1:00.50), sixth in the consolation.
The UC Irvine baseball team, of which reigning All-Area Baseball Player of the Year Christian Bergman is a part of, kept its NCAA World Series hopes alive on Monday with a dramatic 5-4, 13-inning win against Cal State Fullerton.
Bryan Peterson's run-scoring single in the bottom of the ending ended the 5 hour, 40 minute game that was the longest in NCAA World Series history.
In their first-ever CWS, the Anteaters (46-16-1) eliminated Fullerton (38-25) and will play today against the loser of Monday night's Arizona State-Oregon State game.
Bergman, a freshman pitcher, did not play in the game.
RUNS END ON MONDAY
Area girls' tennis players Andrea Kevakian of Glendale and Karen Ataian of La Crescenta saw their tournament runs at the 105th annual Southern California Junior Section Championship end on Monday in Fountain Valley.
Kevakian lost in the Girls' 10 Singles round of 32 to ninth-seed Brandy Walker of Moreno Valley, 6-3, 6-2.
On Saturday, Kevakian defeated Clarissa Requiestas of Temecula, 6-2, 6-0.
Ataian had won her previous two matches with 6-1 set wins across the board, but Kira Lee of La Cañada beat her, 6-0, 6-0 on Monday in the Girls' 12 Singles round of 32.