After winning a neck-and-neck 16-12 game against Whittier, the Sagehens remained perfect throughout the 2022 season and became titled as SCIAC champions.
After a breakout senior season, Matthew Eberle PO ’22 will take his talents abroad to Switzerland, looking for opportunities to further his basketball career.
5C golf had a tee-rific week, with the CMS men and P-P women taking home top-place SCIAC trophies.
Before she became CMS’ longest-serving coach, Jodie Burton was growing up in Whittier, Calif., fighting just for the opportunity to participate in sports.
After being a walk-on transfer student from Bowdoin College her sophomore year, Devon Wolfe CM ’22 leaves CMS athletics with a stellar career.
A week after setting the program record for most assists in a single season, Shoshi Henderson PO ’25 recorded a record-breaking thirteen assists in one game in a 23-0 P-P rout over Cal Lu.
In 1972, the 5C’s offered their first women’s varsity sports, thanks to the newly-passed Title IX which mandated equal numbers of men’s and women’s sports teams.
After finishing second at the SCAIC II tournament last weekend, the Sagehens look to chase No. 1 Redlands in SCIAC conference play.
An activity that has been around for four decades, Fly Fishing is a unique class requiring skilled techniques while providing memorable for students and instructors alike.
Attending an open session with the Claremont Men’s Club Volleyball team, a TSL contributing writer presents an inside dig on the squad’s competitive nature.