The CMS-ence of Matilda MsallMatilda Msall has been a part of four SCIAC championships in four years with the women's cross country team, but will be making the trip to nationals for the first time this weekend. A senior politics major at Scripps, she also interned on Capitol Hill this summer with Illinois congressman Mike Quigley
The CMS-ence of Malea MartinSenior Malea Martin was part of her fourth SCIAC title in four years with the CMS women's cross country team this past weekend. When not running and earning SCIAC All-Academic honors as a dual major in government and literature, she is actively involved with several non-profit organizations, including United Way, the Mgrublian Center for Human Rights and Amnesty International
2016-17 CMS Highlight VideoRelive the best moments of all 21 sports at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics during the 2016-17 academic year highlighted by a 4th place finish in the Learfield Directors' Cup. This has been an incredible year at CMS Athletics.
2016 SCIAC Cross Country ChampionshipThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps cross country program dominated the SCIAC championship in spite of muddy course conditions, as the Stags won their 16th title and the Athenas took their 20th.
CMS Athletics 2015-16 Highlight VideoCMS won 11 SCIAC championships, had 13 teams participate in the NCAA Championships, finished tied for 10th in the Directors' Cup Standings and tallied four national championships (3 individual and 1 team). Take a look back at the 2015-16 year in this highlight video.
Fall 2014 CMS Sports Camp: GoPro ViewSee what fall sports camp and practice looks like from the CMS student-athletes point of view. Includes video from men's soccer, women's soccer, football, men's water polo, cross country and volleyball practices.
Season Preview: 2014 CMS Cross CountryCMS' regionally-ranked women's (2nd) and men's (4th) cross country teams get their season underway on Saturday, Sept. 6 with the Nationball Classic in Santa Barbara. Find out all you need to know about the upcoming season by watching the season preview.
CMS Athletics Recruiting Video: 3 Colleges, 2 Mascots, 1 Spirit(Video created in 2014) - Three colleges, two mascots, one spirit. Welcome to CMS Athletics, home of the Stags & Athenas. CMS is the abbreviation for the Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, and Scripps Colleges athletics program, which means our teams are a blend of student-athletes from three of the five elite undergraduate institutions of the Claremont Consortium. A potential Stag or Athena knows academics come first. They're intellectually curious, and a robust, well-rounded liberal arts education is important to them. But they're also looking for impressive facilities, accomplished coaches, and driven, hard-working, highly successful teams. CMS athletes want to be good at everything they do, whether it's in class or on the court. Find out more about CMS Athletics from some of our coaches and student-athletes by watching this video.
CMS Athletic Director Update (Fall/Winter 2013-14)Michael Sutton '76, CMS Director of Athletics, William B. Arce Professor and George R. Roberts Fellow, talks about the 2013 fall sports season, gives a preview of the spring and highlights a few exciting upcoming events happening with CMS Athletics in this Athletic Director Update.
CMS Athlete of the Week (10/28 - 11/3): Adele Eslinger - Women's Cross CountryAdele Eslinger of the CMS women's cross country team is the CMS Athlete of the Week for the week of Oct. 28-Nov. 3 after finishing in second at the SCIAC Championships on Saturday, Nov. 2 and helping the team win the conference championship. Find out more about her week by watching the CMS Athlete of the Week video feature.
CMS Athletics Highlight Video (2012-13)Now that the 2012-2013 CMS Athletics season is behind us, watch this year's highlight video for a look back on a year that saw nine CMS teams win SCIAC Championships.
During Coach Goldhammer's tenure he has developed the cross country program into a perennial conference contender. Under his direction the men and women have finished first or second in the SCIAC 54 times.