Buoyed by new members, the CMS men’s golf team is hopeful to retake the SCIAC titlle; the women’s team looks to contend for a national title.
CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
The CMS men’s and women’s golf teams are gearing up for nationals after the women won the SCIAC Tournament and the men came in third, with both teams fielding the individual champions.
Mason Chiu CM ’21 captured the individual SCIAC title by seven strokes as the CMS men’s golf team finished second in the team competition last weekend. The second-place finish ends the team’s streak of SCIAC titles at three. While the team winner La Verne will receive the SCIAC’s automatic bid
Mason Chiu CM ’21 shot a lifetime-best 63 to lead the CMS men’s golf team in the opening round of the SCIAC championships. The Stags ended day one, Thursday, with an 11-shot lead on the field. CMS entered the day trailing Redlands for the SCIAC’s automatic NCAA spot but now
No one in the field came within three shots of CMS’ Ken Kong CM ’21 on day two of the second SCIAC golf tournament, as he led the Stags to a comeback win with a final score of 597. Kong also finished first overall in the individual competition, moving from
The CMS men’s golf team pulled away from a tight field to win the West Cup by nine strokes last Tuesday. Ken Kong CM ’21 led the Stags with an individual first-place finish, followed by Austin Long CM ’20 in second place. Kong was in 25th place after the first
The Stags finished third out of eight teams in the first SCIAC tournament of the spring season.
Against a majority Division II field, the Stags came in eighth out of 13 teams at the CSU San Bernardino Coyote Classic at the Oak Valley Golf Club. Despite a short delay for snow, CMS finished at +30 over three rounds. The highest-ranked Stag finisher was Ken Kong CM ’21,
Coming off national championship appearances in 2017, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s and men’s golf teams both hope to return to the tournament this season and compete for an NCAA title. The Athenas seem on track to reach their goal after an outstanding victory at the competitive Jekyll Island Invitational. The