Staying fit, on and off the field; student athletic trainers get to experience the best of both worlds, getting a taste of the other side of athletics and experiencing a taste of the medical field and expanding their experience in the world of sports.
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.
After a year of trying to take DIII sports seriously, TSL’s sports editors have finally lost it. We’ve brought back what used to be a weekly column titled “Sagehen Briefs,” expanded it to both programs, and made it slightly less PC but much more entertaining.
Start getting those pensions ready. This week the 5Cs congratulated their veteran athletes during Senior Day, one of the most fun and emotional traditions of the year.
Swimming to victory or just treading water? Don’t let Sagehens men’s water polo’s preseason record fool you, the defending national champions have come to this season ready to play.
Futsal? More like fun-sal. CMS Intramural futsal provides a stress-free yet competitive environment for students of all skill levels to compete with their peers in friendly matches.
After winning a neck-and-neck 16-12 game against Whittier, the Sagehens remained perfect throughout the 2022 season and became titled as SCIAC champions.
After being a walk-on transfer student from Bowdoin College her sophomore year, Devon Wolfe CM ’22 leaves CMS athletics with a stellar career.
A week after setting the program record for most assists in a single season, Shoshi Henderson PO ’25 recorded a record-breaking thirteen assists in one game in a 23-0 P-P rout over Cal Lu.
After finishing second at the SCAIC II tournament last weekend, the Sagehens look to chase No. 1 Redlands in SCIAC conference play.