Three months out from the spring semester, there’s still a lot up in the air — including whether student-athletes will be able to resume competition.
The Claremont Colleges adjust their intramurals to be on an online setting, replacing ball games with video games.
Many school-aged children of faculty and staff are learning remotely. Now they can have a fun time with 5C student athletes.
Harvey Mudd College announced Wednesday that student-athletes living on-campus will not be permitted to participate in CMS athletics for the fall semester.
CMS athletes playing ‘high risk’ sports — basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and water polo — won’t resume play this semester.
COVID-19 has had a unique impact on incoming and future 5C recruits, who have had to forgo campus visits and adjust to at-home workouts.
Overnight travel for Pomona-Pitzer sports teams is being cut back in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
After losing the first matchup this season, the Sagehens’ men’s water polo team beat the Stags last week. The teams will face off in the SCIAC semifinal Friday.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s soccer team was eliminated from the postseason tournament for the second year in a row after losing to Chapman last weekend.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps athletic department and its associated schools concluded that behavior by members of the CMS swim and dive team justified “mandatory educational programming,” Claremont McKenna College told TSL on Thursday, concluding an investigation into reported actions that may have violated athletic department values.