With competition still on pause, 5C athletic departments are as focused on student-athletes’ mental health as much as their physical health.
Many school-aged children of faculty and staff are learning remotely. Now they can have a fun time with 5C student athletes.
“It’s my favorite thing. And I could do it at any time, with anyone, in any place. High level, recreational league or pick up. And I miss it.” Harper Rubin CM ’21 reflects on losing his senior-year soccer season and using the sport as a “guiding force” in the pandemic.
Following the 5Cs’ decision to eliminate in-person classes, athletic departments suspended the remainder of the spring sports season.
For Marika Morelan CM ’20, weightlifting was instrumental in battling and recovering from anorexia. Now she trains others too.
The majority of women’s teams at the Claremont Colleges are head coached by males. Athletes and coaches share differing perspectives.
What exactly is the role of sports in Claremont? Athletics, despite their popularity, are often considered to be the antithesis of academics.
After starting off the season hot, the CMS baseball team has its eyes set on competing at the top of a tough SCIAC conference.
Stags soccer will miss head coach Matt Edwards, and only have positive words to say about him moving forward.
The CMS women’s cross country team picked up its 10th straight SCIAC championship , while the Stags beat out the Sagehens in a tiebreaker.