Bouncing back from their double-digit blowout loss versus Whitworth, the Stags came back from as much as a 19-point deficit to win their third match.
After falling behind 2-0 early in the match, the Athenas staged a dramatic comeback and earned a grueling five-set victory against Wartburg to advance to the Sweet 16.
Being two programs that have won multiple recent SCIAC championships, the P-P men’s and CMS women’s cross country teams again brought team titles home this year.
Blowing away each of the runner-up programs by double-digits, both men’s and women’s CMS cross country teams swept the team titles at the P-P Invitational.
CMS Football successfully pounded the ball against Chapman using their ground game, improving its record to 3-1.
Despite breaking 15-year-old program record, Ethan Widlansky and Lucas Florshiem are more focused on what’s ahead for the team this season.
After making an appearance to the Final Four for the first time in program history, P-P Women’s Soccer is on pace to repeating its excellence.
Having swept all the SCIAC championships during the 2010s, the CMS women’s cross country team has dominated their competition every year.
The CMS volleyball team pulled off two upset victories against top-ranked Division III teams Trinity and Emory.
“Corona Cutie,” a musical written by Lucy Geller PO ’21, entertained audiences with virtual screenings from April 23 to 25.