The Stag and Athena track teams swept the SCIAC Championships this past weekend at Occidental. The Stags won the championship for the 18th straight time and the women won for the 11th time in 15 years. The men had 234.4 points, winning by a margin of 124.3 and the women
Womens’ Lacrosse After games against Redlands and UC Santa Barbara, the CMS Athenas hope to receive an at-large birth to the NCAA tournament. The Athenas started strong this year with a 11-1 record as of press time, their only setback being a 15-7 loss to Connecticut College of the New
Last Friday and Saturday, the CMS Athenas competed in the SCIAC championships with hopes to end higher than their fifth-seed placement. After two close 5-4 losses to third and fourth seeds, Cal Lutheran and Occidental respectively, the Athenas’ dream came to an end. Even though Pomona-Pitzer was the official host
Although the most well-known springtime NCAA championship occurs on the hardwood, the most exciting of this season occurred on the ice. Although a true Cinderella failed to emerge in basketball, a team did slip on the proverbial glass slipper to advance to Hockey’s “Frozen Four,” and having the most exciting
American League Regular Season AL East: Red Sox With an aging rotation, but still essentially with all the pieces from last year intact, the Red Sox will run away with the division, watching division rivals Tampa Bay and New York battle it out for second place and the Wild Card.
Last Saturday, the Athenas and Sagehens met on the CMS field for a doubleheader. CMS, tied for the division lead and coming off four straight wins, looked like the favorite going in, especially with the Sagehens losing four in a row up to this point. After a routine 8-0 victory