Defending their nest, the Sagehens women’s water polo team defeated the Athenas last Wednesday in the only sixth street rivalry match-up for the 2023 regular season. As the 2022 SCIAC and NCAA DIII champions, Pomona-Pitzer is in flight once again to repeat their previous success.
27 Dresses? More like 27 women’s water polo teams in Claremont. This past weekend, CMS and P-P women’s water polo co-hosted teams from all over the country across all divisions. Both the Athenas and the Sagehens had two wins and two losses, a promising sign for their upcoming spring season.
Athenas apply the SPF to block the Sunbirds as CMS shades Fresno State 11-8 in home opener victory.
Standing at second place in the conference standings behind the 8-0 P-P Sagehens, the Athenas are close behind after wins against CalTech and Chapman, improving their record to 8-1.
The CMS women’s lacrosse team (15-2, 10-0 SCIAC) will face Pomona-Pitzer (13-5, 7-3 SCIAC) in the SCIAC championship final after defeating Chapman (7-9, 4-6 SCIAC) 18-6 in the semifinal Wednesday night. Corie Hack CM ’19 scored six goals for the third straight game in the Athenas’ rout of the Panthers.
The P-P women’s water polo team continued their SCIAC dominance against rival CMS, sealing their second straight undefeated season and extending their conference winning streak to 35 games.
Corrie Hack CM ’19 became the third player in program history to score 200 goals as CMS women’s lacrosse (14-2, 10-0 SCIAC) defeated Pomona-Pitzer (12-5, 7-3 SCIAC) 5-4 to clinch its third-straight perfect SCIAC regular season. Hack led the team with six goals in total and Sammie Cohen CM ’22
The dominant CMS women’s lacrosse team (13-2, 9-0 SCIAC) will officially host the 2019 SCIAC Tournament after clinching the top regular-season spot with a 16-8 win over Occidental Wednesday night. The Athenas are looking for their third consecutive SCIAC tournament title. Corie Hack CM ’19 had triple the goals of
With dominant 20-1 and 18-9 wins over Whittier (3-11, 0-7 SCIAC) and Redlands (7-6, 1-6 SCIAC), respectively, the CMS women’s lacrosse team (11-2, 7-0 SCIAC) extended its conference win streak to 31 games this week. Tessa Guerra CM ’22 led all scorers with three goals against Whittier. Classmate Alex Futterman
After a heartbreaking one-goal loss to Williams last week, Athena lacrosse (9-2, 5-0 SCIAC) came back strong against Oberlin, winning 20-3. Eight different players put up multi-goal performances, led by Corie Hack CM ’19, who scored three times. Emily Cohen CM ’20, Alex Futterman CM ’22, Julia Mueller SC ’21,