After finishing second at the SCAIC II tournament last weekend, the Sagehens look to chase No. 1 Redlands in SCIAC conference play.
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.
Being a program stacked with successes over previous years, the Claremont Men’s Rugby team looks forward to coming back to the field, as shared by Marcos Laravello PZ ’25.
Following seven consecutive wins and one tight loss to Chapman over last weekend, the Sagehens are now second in SCIAC conference play with a record of 7-2.
Bouncing back from their double-digit blowout loss versus Whitworth, the Stags came back from as much as a 19-point deficit to win their third match.
Including its impressive 3-1 start on the season, the CMS Swim and Dive teams have a strong emphasis on unifying as one group.
Reaching the incredible feat of 1000 digs in two full collegiate seasons, Lauren Asato PO ’23 was named Defensive Player of the Year and earned West Regional Honors.
Although suffering two tough losses in their previous two preseason games, the Sagehens are still optimistic about what’s to come for the rest of the year.
Unlike traditional sports, the innertube water polo and cornhole leagues give unique athletic opportunities to non student-athletes.
Showing a dominant performance against the Cal Lutheran Regals by shutting them out 2-0, the P-P women’s soccer team is headed back to the NCAA tournament.