Could Sixth Street go back to back? After the Sagehens and the Stags split the SCIAC title in 2022, the implementation of a conference championship game in 2023 has both teams ready for an undisputed Claremont champion. Next year, CMS and P-P will compete in the new format for SCIAC football. They will be in different pods composed of three SCIAC teams each and both CMS and P-P are hopeful of finishing on top of their respective groups to face each other in the championship game for the chance, once again, to compete with their sixth-street rivals for a bid to the NCAA DIII playoffs.
Around 50 years ago, the women of Pomona College banded together to end a long-standing misogynistic first-year hazing ritual known as the “Weigh-In” that the men’s football team had kept alive by touting it as Pomona “tradition.”
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer won a combined six SCIAC Championships across five sports this fall, the most ever in a single season. Pomona-Pitzer Football Without a doubt, the most compelling narrative of the SCIAC’s fall season was the historic Cinderella story of Pomona-Pitzer football. Ranked fifth in the beginning of the
Cecil shed a tear from his rocking chair Saturday as after 67 years of waiting. The Sagehens defeated the Stags 28-14 to earn their first SCIAC championship since 1955. While both P-P and CMS will be named co-champions, the Sagehens’ victory has earned them their first ever trip to Nationals.
What do the Sagehens need to do in order to end their 67-year drought? Catch up with sports editor Ben Lauren PZ ’25 in his first sportscast.
Could this be the start of something special for the Sagehens? Pomona-Pitzer extends their winning streak with a stunning comeback in their home-opener game, defeating Redlands University 21-20 on Saturday.
Pomona College is forced to cancel campus events after 6 students test positive for COVID-19, following weeks of having a COVID-free campus.
Though the Sagehen defense pressured Chapman all game long and kept P-P football (5-3, 3-2 SCIAC) in the running Nov. 2, the offense made a series of mistakes and couldn’t make a comeback, falling 26-21 to the Panthers.