The SCIAC canceled all fall and winter sports for the 2020-2021 academic year on Tuesday, citing public safety concerns. “In accordance with public health guidance and safety standards, as well as NCAA Resocialization recommendations, the SCIAC Presidents have unanimously agreed to cancel conference competition, including championships, for all fall and
Three months out from the spring semester, there’s still a lot up in the air — including whether student-athletes will be able to resume competition.
CMS athletes playing ‘high risk’ sports — basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and water polo — won’t resume play this semester.
After their first conference loss of the season, CMS volleyball (15-3, 6-1 SCIAC) bounced back this week to record two consecutive shutout wins.
P-P’s volleyball team (9-8, 3-4 SCIAC) ground out five sets against Redlands on Friday night and came out on top three sets to two. Naomi Chen-Mallouk PO ’23 led the Hens with 17 kills.
It’s been an inauspicious start to conference play for the Sagehens (6-7, 0-3 SCIAC) whose string of losses this week has them still searching for their first SCIAC win.
The Athenas (11-2, 2-0 SCIAC) left Redlands Friday with a 3-0 win and an encouraging start to conference play.
P-P volleyball (6-4, 0-0 SCIAC) lost an unlucky Friday the 13th game against UC Santa Cruz 3-1, but came back later that day to win 3-0 over Puget Sound.
At the East to West Challenge tournament in St. Louis, Mo. last weekend, the Athenas (9-2, 0-0 SCIAC) beat Emory 3-0 and host Washington University 3-1.
Coming off a 2018 SCIAC championship title, CMS volleyball is poised for a strong season ahead, and P-P is navigating rocky pre-conference play.