Sixth Street goes Hollywood! With film crews from the docuseries The Rivals tracking their every move, Sixth Street was ablaze at the Pauley Courts on April 22 as the Stags took the narrow 5-4 victory to claim the SCIAC regular season title.
Serving up dominating wins and fore-handing other teams defeat, Alisha Chulani HM ’25 and Athenas tennis are looking to follow up their 2022 national title with yet another dominating season. Read about Chulani’s experience as a member of one of DIII tennis’s top teams and her goals for 2023.
After starting off the season 14-0, Athena tennis looked poised to make a run at another national title, before their season was cut short.
Fresh off of last year’s 5-4 heartbreak against Wesleyan, Athena tennis is hungry to repeat their 2018 national championship campaign.
CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
Catherine Allen SC ’20 and Caroline Cox CM ’21 are the defending national champions doubles team, and have only lost one match over two years as a duo for CMS women’s tennis.
The CMS men’s and women’s tennis teams both beat the Sagehens handily in the Sixth Street Rivalry matches.
CMS women’s tennis (21-1, 7-7 SCIAC) defeated Cal Lutheran (14-6, 3-4 SCIAC) 9-0 last Saturday and Pomona-Pitzer (14-4, 6-1 SCIAC) 7-2 Wednesday, sealing a perfect SCIAC regular season and the top seed in the SCIAC tournament. Catherine Allen CM ’20 dropped her first dual match of the season at No.
CMS men’s tennis (27-1, 7-0 SCIAC) defeated Division I UC Riverside (20-15) 4-3 as part of its three-win weekend, also blanking Caltech (13-6, 4-3 SCIAC) and Cal Lutheran (13-7, 3-4 SCIAC) last Saturday. The Stags then took down Pomona-Pitzer (10-13, 5-2 SCIAC) 8-1 Wednesday evening, Jake Katzman CM ’21 went
CMS women’s tennis (19-1, 5-0 SCIAC) has not allowed more than one point in each of its last 12 straight wins, including a 9-0 victory over Redlands (7-10, 3-2 SCIAC) Saturday. The Athenas only dropped five doubles games combined in the matchup. Catherine Allen SC ’20, Nicole Tan CM ’20