The CMS women’s cross country team picked up its 10th straight SCIAC championship , while the Stags beat out the Sagehens in a tiebreaker.
After seasons of teamwide growth and several new personal bests, all four 5C cross-country teams have a legitimate shot at the SCIAC title.
Based on the score at halftime Saturday, you wouldn’t have known the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (9-2-1, 6-0-1 SCIAC) and Pomona-Pitzer (3-7-2, 2-4-1 SCIAC) men’s soccer teams had been duking it for 45 minutes. The score was still 0-0.
After their first conference loss of the season, CMS volleyball (15-3, 6-1 SCIAC) bounced back this week to record two consecutive shutout wins.
The CMS men’s soccer squad (8-2-1, 5-0-1 SCIAC) featured five different goal-scorers in a 5-0 road victory over La Verne on Saturday. Ethan Tyng CM ’22 netted his sixth goal of the season, and the Stags came away with a 13-4 lead in shots on the day.
The CMS women’s soccer squad (6-2-3, 2-2-2 SCIAC) had a strong showing Saturday night as they snagged a 3-0 shutout victory at home over Whittier.
The Stags football’s SCIAC opener Saturday afternoon proved a gut-wrenching 20-17 loss to La Verne on the road. Things were looking hopeful for CMS (2-2, 0-1 SCIAC) as they had possession of the ball first in the overtime session and were able to gain three yards in three plays.
5C student-athletes who have sustained career-ending injuries discuss their athletic journeys and adjusting to life afterward.
The 5C men’s water polo teams emerged from a hectic weekend of tournament play with a pair of big victories and two disappointing defeats apiece.
Imagine staring down a line of towering men, their faces hidden by masks and their legs braced to charge. Their only mission: to slam into you and send you tumbling to the ground. That’s the image that Garrett Cheadle HM ’20, the star running back for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps football team, confronts every Saturday.