Stags seeking perfection–after a dominant over Chapman this past Wednesday, CMS men’s water polo now find themselves on the brink of history: an undefeated season in conference play.
He’s basically Billy Bean, and you could be too; when Harold’s DC teams lost steam, fantasy sports stoked the fire and kept a love for sports alive. Fantasy opened up the wider world of sports to Harold, building new friendships and a holistic love of the games he watched.
Who let the Bulldogs out— Redlands Bulldogs women’s soccer push Athena’s losing streak to five.
Athenas served, but they did not eat. On Friday, Sept. 8th, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) women’s volleyball team suffered their first loss of the season, conceding to the Washington University Bears 3-2 in the annual East-West Battle hosted at Roberts Pavilion.
After a year of trying to take DIII sports seriously, TSL’s sports editors have finally lost it. We’ve brought back what used to be a weekly column titled “Sagehen Briefs,” expanded it to both programs, and made it slightly less PC but much more entertaining.
Antlers and spears, cardinal and gold, Stags and Athenas – this year’s CMSPYs were a huge success. The annual CMS Athletics awards ceremony hosted by the student athlete advisory committee (SAAC) was held last week in Roberts Pavilion. With 11 total awards, along with a trivia game and penalty of jokes, the night left athletes full of more than just the catered tacos, swelled with pride for CMS sports and excited for the seasons to come.
After a tumultuous and humbling fall during which a hazing scandal brought the cancellation of their season, led by new head coach, Edward Cartee, Stags soccer is hoping to shift their culture for the better and bring a title back to CMS.
Hurdling the competition, CMS Track and Field is leaving the SCIAC in the dust as both the Athenas and the Stags are looking for back to back conference titles.
Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) athletics programs both completed an Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act (EADA) report outlining the spending totals of their respective programs that were made available to the public earlier this month. This report covered the 2021-2022 academic year as a result of the EADA of 1994,
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.