Could Sixth Street go back to back? After the Sagehens and the Stags split the SCIAC title in 2022, the implementation of a conference championship game in 2023 has both teams ready for an undisputed Claremont champion. Next year, CMS and P-P will compete in the new format for SCIAC football. They will be in different pods composed of three SCIAC teams each and both CMS and P-P are hopeful of finishing on top of their respective groups to face each other in the championship game for the chance, once again, to compete with their sixth-street rivals for a bid to the NCAA DIII playoffs.
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer won a combined six SCIAC Championships across five sports this fall, the most ever in a single season. Pomona-Pitzer Football Without a doubt, the most compelling narrative of the SCIAC’s fall season was the historic Cinderella story of Pomona-Pitzer football. Ranked fifth in the beginning of the
Cecil shed a tear from his rocking chair Saturday as after 67 years of waiting. The Sagehens defeated the Stags 28-14 to earn their first SCIAC championship since 1955. While both P-P and CMS will be named co-champions, the Sagehens’ victory has earned them their first ever trip to Nationals.
What do the Sagehens need to do in order to end their 67-year drought? Catch up with sports editor Ben Lauren PZ ’25 in his first sportscast.
Could this be the start of something special for the Sagehens? Pomona-Pitzer extends their winning streak with a stunning comeback in their home-opener game, defeating Redlands University 21-20 on Saturday.
After more than a year off the field, the CMS and P-P football teams are set to return for a long-awaited season, opening with the two teams’ much-anticipated Sixth Street rivalry game.
5C students are calling for further institutional accountability after a screenshot of a P-P football player’s transphobic TikTok video emerged on Twitter Sunday night.
Coach Baleigh McCuskey spoke with TSL about her hectic work schedule, the nuances of coaching and the women in sports that came before her.
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
After Occidental College canceled its football program, 5C students were left wondering about the fate of their own teams.