Following Claremont McKenna College’s decision to hold all fall semester classes online, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps has officially canceled all fall 2020 athletic competitions. No P-P or CMS teams will be suiting up for the rest of 2020.
“It’s my favorite thing. And I could do it at any time, with anyone, in any place. High level, recreational league or pick up. And I miss it.” Harper Rubin CM ’21 reflects on losing his senior-year soccer season and using the sport as a “guiding force” in the pandemic.
Harvey Mudd College announced Wednesday that student-athletes living on-campus will not be permitted to participate in CMS athletics for the fall semester.
CMS athletes playing ‘high risk’ sports — basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and water polo — won’t resume play this semester.
COVID-19 has had a unique impact on incoming and future 5C recruits, who have had to forgo campus visits and adjust to at-home workouts.
After starting off the season 14-0, Athena tennis looked poised to make a run at another national title, before their season was cut short.
Following the 5Cs’ decision to eliminate in-person classes, athletic departments suspended the remainder of the spring sports season.
For Marika Morelan CM ’20, weightlifting was instrumental in battling and recovering from anorexia. Now she trains others too.
Overnight travel for Pomona-Pitzer sports teams is being cut back in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The majority of women’s teams at the Claremont Colleges are head coached by males. Athletes and coaches share differing perspectives.