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.
The Claremont men’s club lacrosse team needs to win their final two games of the season to have a chance to make the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference playoffs.
It was a mixed bag for the Claremont Cougars club lacrosse team (5-2 SLC) on Saturday, March 4, when they lost to the University of California, Santa Barbara Gauchos (4-3 SLC) 12-3 at the Pomona College lacrosse field. Kaegan Ingrasci PZ ’17, Alex Malmlund CM ’19, and Logan Miller CM ’19
The Claremont Cougars, the 5C men’s lacrosse club, started off their season on the right foot this past Saturday, beating Pepperdine University 15-5 at home in their official season opener. Going into the game, the Cougars—also known simply as the Cougs—knew they had to come out “crisp,” according to defenseman Peter Ferrin PO