The Claremont Colleges Hindu Society hosted Holi, a religious and cultural festival which includes throwing colors, at Walker Beach.
After losing the first matchup this season, the Sagehens’ men’s water polo team beat the Stags last week. The teams will face off in the SCIAC semifinal Friday.
The 5C men’s water polo teams emerged from a hectic weekend of tournament play with a pair of big victories and two disappointing defeats apiece.
The Sagehen men’s team (5-2, 2-1 SCIAC) had a strong showing Saturday, leaving Cal Lu with a 9-6 victory. Wednesday’s game against Whittier proved less fortunate, ending P-P’s astounding 29-game SCIAC win streak with a 9-3 loss.
CMS’ (5-5, 2-0 SCIAC) conference opener Saturday turned into a 17-2 rout of Caltech and featured standout performances from several younger players.
P-P men’s water polo (4-1, 1-0 SCIAC) triumphed over Caltech 15-9 on Wednesday, extending their win streak to four games.
The Stags (3-5, 0-0 SCIAC) beat Concordia 12-9 on Sept. 14 at La Verne’s Inland Empire Classic, then fell 21-9 to No. 1 USC. The following day, CMS came out on top 10-7 against Fresno Pacific, followed by a 15-4 loss to UC Santa Barbara.
CMS men’s water polo has ambitious goals for the season, the foremost of which will be taking down their closest rival and long-time league champion, P-P.
On Saturday, Oct. 12, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s water polo team trekked across the country to participate in the Harvard Invitational Water Polo Tournament. After a close 14-13 loss to Pepperdine University the weekend before, the Stags were hoping to snatch a few wins on the East Coast. Despite their aspirations,
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s water polo team (7-1, 6-0 SCIAC) pulled out a dramatic win against the Whittier Poets (4-8, 2-1 SCIAC) Saturday, Sept. 29 after William Clark CM ’22 scored to break a 10-10 tie with three seconds on the clock. The Stags then came back Oct. 3 to take