Strong depth propelled the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s cross-country team to its 10th straight conference championship.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s cross-country team eked out a razor-thin tiebreaker victory over Pomona-Pitzer at the 2019 SCIAC Championship.
The CMS women’s cross country team picked up its 10th straight SCIAC championship , while the Stags beat out the Sagehens in a tiebreaker.
The No. 10 P-P women’s cross-country team broke a seven-year-old record for fastest top-five runner team time at the Santa Clara Invitational on Oct. 10, combining for 1:48:41.
The No. 3 Sagehen men’s cross-country team delivered an elite performance at the Kollege Town Sports Invitational in Winneconne, Wisconsin, on Oct. 19, finishing second in a field that included several of the nation’s top Division III programs.
After seasons of teamwide growth and several new personal bests, all four 5C cross-country teams have a legitimate shot at the SCIAC title.
The men’s cross-country team competed at the UC Riverside Invitational on Sept. 14, coming in sixth place for the 8,000-meter invitational race and second in the open competition.
The women’s cross-country team snagged third place in the 5,000-meter open race at the UC Riverside Invitational on Sept. 14.
This season, the Athenas are attempting a feat nearly unheard of in college sports: a 10th straight conference championship. Meanwhile, P-P is still vying for the conference title that has eluded them for years.
Pomona-Pitzer Athletic Director Lesley Irvine will leave Claremont at the end of the 2018-19 school year to become vice president of athletics and athletic director at Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Pomona College announced at the end of January. “Lesley wanted me to convey her deep gratitude for her time