All-American runner Natalie Bitetti CM ’24 describes cross country as “a very simple sport.” Well, that might be easy for her to say. After finishing in the top 20 of every race in her debut season, and winning SCIAC athlete of the week after each race she ran in her junior season, all Bitetti knows is winning. The decorated athlete was originally recruited for CMS’s softball team, but after running just one season in high school she made the bold choice to walk onto the cross country team and has been a star ever since.
Is three times the charm? The Pomona-Pitzer men’s Cross Country team hopes so. They have won the last two NCAA DIII cross country championships and are hoping for a third. Fortunately for them, so far, so good. The Sagehens won the SCIAC on Saturday, Oct. 29th and also placed first at the NCAA West Region Championship.
For most teams, the finish line is the end of the race. However, this fall for the Pomona-Pitzer men’s cross country team, there is more at stake than the podium. In support of Pomona dining hall workers in their ongoing negotiations with the administration, the P-P cross country team is wearing pins and T-shirts to spread awareness.
Sagehens or roadrunners? After a record finish at Nationals last year, Pomona-Pitzer cross-country is looking to prove themselves and have fun while doing it.
After crossing the finish line first at the NCAA West Regionals Championship Meet, Athlete of the Year Stevie Steinberg reflects on his outstanding running career.
After running on Cornell University’s Division I cross-country team for her first two years in college, Meredith Bloss HM ’23 is now a star for CMS.
Blowing away each of the runner-up programs by double-digits, both men’s and women’s CMS cross country teams swept the team titles at the P-P Invitational.
Despite breaking 15-year-old program record, Ethan Widlansky and Lucas Florshiem are more focused on what’s ahead for the team this season.
The SCIAC canceled all fall and winter sports for the 2020-2021 academic year on Tuesday, citing public safety concerns. “In accordance with public health guidance and safety standards, as well as NCAA Resocialization recommendations, the SCIAC Presidents have unanimously agreed to cancel conference competition, including championships, for all fall and
Strong depth propelled the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s cross-country team to its 10th straight conference championship.