For soccer fans, October is highly anticipated for the Major League Soccer playoffs that feature the regular season’s most successful teams.
In soccer, philanthropy among professional players has always been important, but it’s become more and more prominent recently as soccer players’ public images have become increasingly impactful.
The Stags (6-2, 3-0 SCIAC) went up against Occidental on Saturday in what appeared would end as a 1-1 tie, but late goals by Adam Singer CM ’20 and Jake Allmon CM ’23 in the second half sealed the game for the Stags.
The Sagehens (1-4-1, 0-1 SCIAC) tied Whitworth 2-2 in a double-overtime home game Sept. 14 before falling at La Verne 1-0 Wednesday.
The Stags (4-2, 1-0 SCIAC) emerged from a double-overtime home game against St. Thomas on Sept. 13 with a 2-1 win.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s soccer team suffered a heartbreaking loss Thursday to the Chapman Panthers, falling in penalty kicks 5-4 in the SCIAC semifinal. The game was a thriller, with neither side finding a way to crack through the other’s defense in both regulation and overtime combined. Chandler Siemonsma, the Panthers
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s soccer team (11-2, 8-2 SCIAC) snatched a decisive 2-0 win over across campus rival Pomona-Pitzer (6-9, 5-6 SCIAC) in the Sixth Street Rivalry game Oct. 13. The Stags took home the treasured golden boot trophy after securing wins in both of the regular season matchups against
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s soccer team (7-0, 4-0 SCIAC) extended their season-opening shutout streak to seven games Sept. 19, defeating the Whittier Poets (3-4, 2-3 SCIAC) 3-0. The seventh straight shutout is the longest such streak since 2004 for the Stags, who are showing plenty of promise after a disappointing 2017
As the men’s soccer season comes to a close, it was especially unfortunate to see Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (3-11-1 SCIAC) suffer a 1-0 loss to Whittier (4-9-0 SCIAC) last Saturday evening on their senior night. Despite the result, the Stags played with athleticism and finesse that could have very well resulted in a
With a 2-1 victory over the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps soccer team earlier this month, Pomona-Pitzer coach Bill Swartz hit another milestone in his storied career, joining the exclusive 400-win club after 31 years coaching the Sagehen men. Swartz said he grew up in Connecticut, where soccer wasn’t very popular. As a boy he