Stags seeking perfection–after a dominant over Chapman this past Wednesday, CMS men’s water polo now find themselves on the brink of history: an undefeated season in conference play.
The Stags faced off against the Sagehens last weekend in a sixth street rivalry contest with major SCIAC championship implications. After jumping out to an early 14-0 lead, the Stags staved off a Hen’s comeback to secure the victory.
After a year of trying to take DIII sports seriously, TSL’s sports editors have finally lost it. We’ve brought back what used to be a weekly column titled “Sagehen Briefs,” expanded it to both programs, and made it slightly less PC but much more entertaining.
After a tumultuous and humbling fall during which a hazing scandal brought the cancellation of their season, led by new head coach, Edward Cartee, Stags soccer is hoping to shift their culture for the better and bring a title back to CMS.
Hurdling the competition, CMS Track and Field is leaving the SCIAC in the dust as both the Athenas and the Stags are looking for back to back conference titles.
Aces all around! The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) men’s tennis team controlled the court against SCIAC opponent Occidental, serving their way to victory in their second conference match of the season. On Friday, March 30, the Stags defeated the Tigers 8-1 at home in the Biszantz Tennis Center, improving their record to
If a Logger falls on the court, does the crowd make a Sound? CMS men’s basketball answered that question with their 82-48 annihilation of Puget Sound at the David Wells Classic Friday Nov. 25th
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.
The Hens did it again. Last Saturday, the Pomona-Pitzer Men’s Water Polo defeated Claremont-Mudd-Scripps for the second time that day. This win secured the Sagehens the title of the regular season SCIAC champions and will enter into the SCIAC tournament at the top seed.
Paws down! The CMS Stags unraveled the Chapman Panthers’ ball of yarn Saturday with their 28-6 victory once again proving why they have the No. 1 defense in the SCIAC.