Sixth Street goes Hollywood! With film crews from the docuseries The Rivals tracking their every move, Sixth Street was ablaze at the Pauley Courts on April 22 as the Stags took the narrow 5-4 victory to claim the SCIAC regular season title.
After being a walk-on transfer student from Bowdoin College her sophomore year, Devon Wolfe CM ’22 leaves CMS athletics with a stellar career.
After finishing their preseason on an eight-game winning streak, the CMS Women’s Tennis team is off to a hot 2-0 start against SCIAC competition, sweeping CalTech and Cal Lutheran over the weekend.
Halfway through her first competitive collegiate season, uprising tennis talent Nina Ye PO ’24 earned All-American honors by becoming the ITA women’s singles champion.
Coming into championship season this spring, the year had already been a successful one for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas. The volleyball team took home a national championship in the fall, while the cross country, golf, lacrosse, softball, tennis, and track and field teams had all clinched SCIAC Championships. And though this
Women’s Lacrosse: Athenas Smack Sagehens, Repeat As SCIAC Champions The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s lacrosse team (18-1, 10-0 SCIAC) completed their SCIAC season in dominant fashion Saturday, defeating archrival Pomona-Pitzer (11-8, 5-5 SCIAC) 17-5 in the conference championship. With the win, CMS extended their 18-game winning streak, dating back to their
With a 6-0 record in the SCIAC, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women’s tennis team (20-2, 6-0 SCIAC) seems favored to repeat as conference champions this year and capture their 20th SCIAC title. But the team has a bigger goal in mind than another conference championship. This year, the Athenas are looking for
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s tennis team (7-5, 1-0 SCIAC) struggled against two of the nation’s top teams over the weekend, losing 8-1 to No. 2 Williams College (9-0) and 7-2 to No. 5 Middlebury College (7-1). Williams has opened the season on a tear, enjoying a 9-0 start and out-scoring
Heading into last weekend’s matches, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (16-2, 3-0 SCIAC) women’s tennis team was rolling. The Athenas had won 16 straight matches to start the season and were ranked No. 3 in the country. That was before No. 2 Williams and No. 1 Emory came to town. The Athenas
After years of continuous SCIAC dominance, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men’s and women’s tennis teams will try keep their dynasties alive in 2018. The Stags have enjoyed 12 consecutive undefeated seasons in the conference, while the Athenas have won six SCIAC titles in a row, and were undefeated in five of