After a disappointing finish to their 2022 season, the Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) men’s cross country team returned to their dominant form with a National Championship victory, the team’s third in the last four seaons. With a brand new coaching staff at the helm, the Sagehens left no doubt that they remain one of the nation’s best.
Hens avoid the goose egg; after a 0-0 end to the sixth street women’s soccer rivalry game ruined Sagehens dreams of a perfect season, P-P came back with a vengeance winning over the Athenas with a last minute penalty. With this win, P-P extends their season into NCAA Finals preparing to face California Luteran for the regional crown on Saturday, Nov. 4
We’re sorry but the old Travis Kelce can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Because his reputation has forever been shaped by America’s pop princess, Ms. Taylor Swift herself. And we’re ready for it.
Sagehens steamrolls on; P-P women soccer pushed their perfect win streak to 9-0 in a 3-1 victory over Redlands, continuing their best start in the history of the Women’s soccer program.
Is it enemies to lovers? Probably not. But it is opponents at the varsity level to teammates and colleagues at the club level. Sixth-Street rivals CMS and P-P are coming together to rebrand club sports at the 5Cs.
Who let the Bulldogs out— Redlands Bulldogs women’s soccer push Athena’s losing streak to five.
Grappling with life’s problems…and each other. The Claremont Spartans, the 5Cs newest club sport, are looking to change the culture surrounding wrestling for the better and help their members in the process.
After a year of trying to take DIII sports seriously, TSL’s sports editors have finally lost it. We’ve brought back what used to be a weekly column titled “Sagehen Briefs,” expanded it to both programs, and made it slightly less PC but much more entertaining.
Antlers and spears, cardinal and gold, Stags and Athenas – this year’s CMSPYs were a huge success. The annual CMS Athletics awards ceremony hosted by the student athlete advisory committee (SAAC) was held last week in Roberts Pavilion. With 11 total awards, along with a trivia game and penalty of jokes, the night left athletes full of more than just the catered tacos, swelled with pride for CMS sports and excited for the seasons to come.
Could Sixth Street go back to back? After the Sagehens and the Stags split the SCIAC title in 2022, the implementation of a conference championship game in 2023 has both teams ready for an undisputed Claremont champion. Next year, CMS and P-P will compete in the new format for SCIAC football. They will be in different pods composed of three SCIAC teams each and both CMS and P-P are hopeful of finishing on top of their respective groups to face each other in the championship game for the chance, once again, to compete with their sixth-street rivals for a bid to the NCAA DIII playoffs.