CMS athletes playing ‘high risk’ sports — basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and water polo — won’t resume play this semester.
The Stags football’s SCIAC opener Saturday afternoon proved a gut-wrenching 20-17 loss to La Verne on the road. Things were looking hopeful for CMS (2-2, 0-1 SCIAC) as they had possession of the ball first in the overtime session and were able to gain three yards in three plays.
An ill-fated Sept. 21 game saw P-P (2-1, 0-0 SCIAC) fall 26-15 to George Fox for its first loss of the season.
CMS (2-1, 0-0 SCIAC) started and ended strong Saturday with a 24-17 triumph over non-conference opponent Pacific Lutheran.
The Sagehens (2-0, 0-0 SCIAC) shut out Lewis & Clark at their home opener Sept. 14, beating the Pioneers 20-0.
The Stags (1-1, 0-0 SCIAC) left Minnesota victorious after scoring a 30-7 win over the University of Northwestern — no, not that Northwestern — on Sept 14.
Eight Stags chose to play rugby this semester, meaning they will not play football next year.
This Sunday, the Los Angeles Rams will march into Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta to take on Tom Brady and the big, bad New
“One play at a time” is a common mantra of many teams — the idea being that focusing on the present, rather than long-term
The Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens (7-3, 5-2 SCIAC) won the Sixth Street Rivalry game for the second consecutive year, defeating Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (7-3, 6-1 SCIAC) 24-19 last