More than 50 years after President Nixon signed Title IX into law, athletes in Claremont are learning from and about it. This past month, some of our Stags and Athenas have undergone training designed to equip them with the skills to prevent sexual assault and to support survivors.
The Hens did it again. Last Saturday, the Pomona-Pitzer Men’s Water Polo defeated Claremont-Mudd-Scripps for the second time that day. This win secured the Sagehens the title of the regular season SCIAC champions and will enter into the SCIAC tournament at the top seed.
In a nail-biter that came down to the second round of overtime, the Pomona-Pitzer men’s water polo team beat Claremont-Mudd Scripps 13-12 Sunday afternoon to claim the USA Water Polo Division III championship.
From Claremont to Wyoming, CMS men’s water polo stays connected from home
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s water polo team lost the SCIAC title, but will compete in the first ever USA Water Polo Division III National Championship.
CMS water polo trounced Oxy 19-7 before falling in heartbreaking fashion 10-9 to its Sixth Street rivals Wednesday in sudden-death overtime.
Both the Stags’ Nov. 2 game against Chapman and Wednesday contest with Whittier ended in narrow 10-9 wins for CMS (14-9, 9-2 SCIAC).
The Stag men’s water polo team (12-9, 7-2 SCIAC) added to its win streak by beating SCIAC rivals Chapman, Cal Lutheran and Redlands.
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.