CMS athletes playing ‘high risk’ sports — basketball, football, soccer, volleyball, and water polo — won’t resume play this semester.
P-P women’s water polo remains hungry to claim the SCIAC title, while CMS looks to improve upon last year’s sixth-place finish.
CMS’ (5-5, 2-0 SCIAC) conference opener Saturday turned into a 17-2 rout of Caltech and featured standout performances from several younger players.
P-P men’s water polo (4-1, 1-0 SCIAC) triumphed over Caltech 15-9 on Wednesday, extending their win streak to four games.
The Stags (3-5, 0-0 SCIAC) beat Concordia 12-9 on Sept. 14 at La Verne’s Inland Empire Classic, then fell 21-9 to No. 1 USC. The following day, CMS came out on top 10-7 against Fresno Pacific, followed by a 15-4 loss to UC Santa Barbara.
CMS men’s water polo has ambitious goals for the season, the foremost of which will be taking down their closest rival and long-time league champion, P-P.
The Sagehen women’s water polo team (13-11, 8-0 SCIAC) picked up two big wins against SCIAC competition last week, beating Occidental (7-13, 1-9 SCIAC)
The Sagehen women’s water polo team (9-8, 5-0 SCIAC) picked up three big SCIAC wins last week. After beating Whittier (6-4, 2-1 SCIAC) on
The P-P women’s water polo team (6-8, 2-0 SCIAC) went 1-3 in a busy weekend at the Claremont Convergence Tournament.
No SCIAC water polo teams will be playing in the NCAA tournament next year, after committing to a new USA Water Polo National Championships just for Division III programs.