Prioritization of other sports, lack of accessibility and weak youth development programs have prevented the U.S. from international success.
5C theatre troupe The Green Room put on Sarah DeLappe’s play “The Wolves,” about high school girls today and the complexities of girlhood.
For soccer fans, October is highly anticipated for the Major League Soccer playoffs that feature the regular season’s most successful teams.
Based on the score at halftime Saturday, you wouldn’t have known the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (9-2-1, 6-0-1 SCIAC) and Pomona-Pitzer (3-7-2, 2-4-1 SCIAC) men’s soccer teams had been duking it for 45 minutes. The score was still 0-0.
The CMS men’s soccer squad (8-2-1, 5-0-1 SCIAC) featured five different goal-scorers in a 5-0 road victory over La Verne on Saturday. Ethan Tyng CM ’22 netted his sixth goal of the season, and the Stags came away with a 13-4 lead in shots on the day.
Wednesday’s soccer game hosted by P-P (3-6-2, 2-3-1 SCIAC) against Whittier went into double overtime, but to no avail — the game ended in a 1-1 tie.
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 Pomona-Pitzer women’s soccer team pulled off a 1-0 victory in Wednesday’s Sixth Street Rivalry Game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
After a post-foul free kick by Graeme Logan PZ ’23 found the back of the net in minute 22, the Sagehens (2-5-1, 1-2 SCIAC) found their footing and came out on top 3-0.
The Sagehens’ (7-0-1, 3-0 SCIAC) performance in their two games this week left opponents reeling, as they shut out Chapman at home 1-0 on Saturday and did the same to Whittier 3-0 on Wednesday.