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.
The CMS women’s volleyball team (26-3, 15-1 SCIAC) blew past Cal Lutheran (18-11, 11-5 SCIAC) in the SCIAC Championship last Saturday, defeating the Regals