Due-ing the most. Despite the highest financial commitment of any club sport at the 5Cs, through financial aid and external funding, the Claremont Cougars are hoping to shed lacrosse’s image of exclusivity.
re-LAX! Despite losing the battle of the birds to No. 7 ranked Wesleyan 14-6, the Sagehens are using the loss as motivation for continuing their dominance of the SCIAC in hopes of bringing home a National Championship.
Me-Wow! Athenas had the Oxy Tigers purring during their 24-4 blowout on March 5.
A week after setting the program record for most assists in a single season, Shoshi Henderson PO ’25 recorded a record-breaking thirteen assists in one game in a 23-0 P-P rout over Cal Lu.
Despite being in a freezing climactic environment, the Sagehens easily scorched both teams they faced in Colorado over last weekend, blowing programs out by the scores of 19-4 and 19-1.
Three months out from the spring semester, there’s still a lot up in the air — including whether student-athletes will be able to resume competition.
In addition to chasing a SCIAC championship, the P-P women’s lacrosse team has spent time this season learning about the sport’s indigenous history.
CMS lacrosse fell to NCAA rival Colorado College, snapping its 25-game Division III winning streak, but the teams will likely meet again in the NCAA tournament.
Women’s Lacrosse: Athenas Smack Sagehens, Repeat As SCIAC Champions The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s lacrosse team (18-1, 10-0 SCIAC) completed their SCIAC season in dominant fashion Saturday, defeating archrival Pomona-Pitzer (11-8, 5-5 SCIAC) 17-5 in the conference championship. With the win, CMS extended their 18-game winning streak, dating back to their
Track: Sagehen Men Win First Title Since 1991, Athenas Extend Streak To Four Years The Pomona-Pitzer men and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women ran away with conference titles after an eventful SCIAC championship track meet at University of Redlands April 27-28. The Sagehen men won for the first time in 27 years