Following a knee injury that kept him sidelined for two weeks, Kevin Wu PO ’23 returned to the soccer field for his club in electric fashion.
Being two programs that have won multiple recent SCIAC championships, the P-P men’s and CMS women’s cross country teams again brought team titles home this year.
After being told they were only allowed to practice, the two 5C ultimate frisbee clubs have now been permitted to travel to competitions, along with some restrictions.
After running on Cornell University’s Division I cross-country team for her first two years in college, Meredith Bloss HM ’23 is now a star for CMS.
While teaching members about the nuances of archery, the 5C archery club helps students build memorable relationships.
Halfway through her first competitive collegiate season, uprising tennis talent Nina Ye PO ’24 earned All-American honors by becoming the ITA women’s singles champion.
Combining both virtual and in-person activities, P-P coaches are assimilating to a new scouting process for the Class of 2026.
The men’s soccer Sixth Street rivalry sequel ended in stunning fashion Wednesday after Rafael Otero CM ’25 scored the golden goal in overtime to give Claremont-Mudd-Scripps a 1-0 win over Pomona-Pitzer.
Having not conceded a set loss since Sept. 11, the Athenas continue to bolster their command over SCIAC competition, sweeping through teams.
Blowing away each of the runner-up programs by double-digits, both men’s and women’s CMS cross country teams swept the team titles at the P-P Invitational.