The Stags slugged their way to a 81-44 win against UC Santa Cruz in their season opener on Nov. 11. CMS, the No. 23 ranked DIII team in the nation, is looking to their older athletes to lead them this year. Building on their success from last year, hoof prints show the Stags are on the right track.
Unfortunately for the Stags, the second time was not the charm. Swarmed by the Sagehens, who pecked away at their defense, the CMS men’s basketball team fell to their sixth street rivals in the last game of the regular season. Both teams moved onto the semi finals later that weekend, but failed to make the final game. The result of their final face-off, however, along with their better record, allowed the Sagehens to receive a bid for the D-III NCAA tournament which they will compete at this weekend.
If a Logger falls on the court, does the crowd make a Sound? CMS men’s basketball answered that question with their 82-48 annihilation of Puget Sound at the David Wells Classic Friday Nov. 25th
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.
The SCIAC canceled all fall and winter sports for the 2020-2021 academic year on Tuesday, citing public safety concerns. “In accordance with public health guidance and safety standards, as well as NCAA Resocialization recommendations, the SCIAC Presidents have unanimously agreed to cancel conference competition, including championships, for all fall and
Miles President crossed the 1,000-point mark in the Stags’ Feb. 19 battle against Redlands and is the first Mudder to do so since 1967.
The P-P men’s basketball team defeated Redlands 87-66 in the SCIAC Championship, earning them a spot in the NCAA Tournament once again.
The P-P men’s basketball team took down CMS 81-76 in Sixth Street Rivalry game as both teams battle for the top of the SCIAC.
PREVIEW: Both Pomona-Pitzer basketball teams looks to defend their SCIAC titles, while CMS looks for revenge after last year’s defeats.
CMS men’s basketball team opened its season last weekend, losing to Whitworth 93-83 on Nov. 9 before topping George Fox 80-72 the next day.