Is it enemies to lovers? Probably not. But it is opponents at the varsity level to teammates and colleagues at the club level. Sixth-Street rivals CMS and P-P are coming together to rebrand club sports at the 5Cs.
Grappling with life’s problems…and each other. The Claremont Spartans, the 5Cs newest club sport, are looking to change the culture surrounding wrestling for the better and help their members in the process.
Due-ing the most. Despite the highest financial commitment of any club sport at the 5Cs, through financial aid and external funding, the Claremont Cougars are hoping to shed lacrosse’s image of exclusivity.
They’re a racket! With casual and competitive options and no club dues it’s hard to find fault in what the Claremont Coyotes are serving.
Working to get back into ship-shape, the 5C sailing club is back on the water. After the pandemic nearly sank them, the club is en route to doing what they know: making sailing fun and accessible for students in Claremont.
On a roll and reaching their goaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal. Kicking classic coaching to the curb, Claremont Colleges men’s club soccer is challenging all comers and creating a cohesive community.
Ditch the desert and catch some waves with Claremont Surf Club as they look to bring students closer to nature and each other.
Want a vacation from your education? Matt Ryan says check out CMS recreation. Learn more about CMS’s Assistant Director of Recreation and what he thinks Stags and Athenas should look out for this semester.
Gym bros? Oh no. Not to fear, the 5C Barbell Club aims to make weightlifting less intimidating and more accessible for students.
Tired of being kicked around by coaches? Join the 5C Women’s club soccer team for a fun yet competitive team atmosphere that is cultivated just by its players. The club doesn’t have a coach, a unique feature for their league, but Claremont Football Club prefers it that way.