The Class of 2018 included Sarah DeGraw (SC '02, Track & Field), Heather Schroder (CMC '96, Basketball and Track & Field), Kurt Hocker (CMC '88, Track & Field and Basketball) and Bob Hayes (CMC '71, Football, Basketball, and Baseball).
Men's Tennis All-AmericansThe CMS men's tennis team had three players earn All-America honors from the ITA this afternoon, including both singles and doubles for senior Nikolai Parodi for the fourth year in a row.
The CMS-ence of Miles PresidentSenior Miles President was heavily recruited coming out of high school for his basketball skills. Four years later, as he prepares to have his Senior Day on Wednesday prior to the CMS game against Redlands at 7 p.m., he is once again a highly recruited prospect, this time in the tech industry, as he'll graduate this spring with top honors from Harvey Mudd's computer science program.
CMS Baseball Sights and SoundsOpening Day is upon us! The Stags host Pacific (Ore.) at 2 p.m. at Arce Field to open the 2020 season. Here are some sights and sounds from practice leading up to today's season-opener.
CMS Softball Sights and SoundsOpening weekend is upon us as the Athenas face SCIAC rival Chapman for a home-opening doubleheader on Saturday with first pitch at 12 p.m. Here are some sights and sounds from practice leading up to the opening weekend.
The CMS-ence of Gloria BatesOver the last four years, Gloria Bates has learned a lot about chemistry, both as part of a close-knit CMS women’s basketball program that has won the SCIAC regular season league title in each of her last three years, and as a biochemistry major at Claremont McKenna, and she hopes to cap off her playing career with a return trip to the NCAA Tournament this winter.
MBB Highlights vs. Lake ForestHighlights and postgame reactions from senior forward Kele Mkpado (career-high 23 points) after an 81-72 win over Lake Forest on Monday night.
CMS Men's Basketball vs. ChicagoThe CMS men's basketball team came back from nine points down in the final minutes to win 67-66 over Chicago on a basket with seven seconds left.
CMS Men's Water Polo All-AmericansEthan Lewis (first team) and Zack Rossman (second team) capped off their CMS careers by earning Division III All-America honors, while Noah Smith and Will Clark were named honorable mention.
CMS Men's Water Polo DIII Nationals PreviewAfter coming up just one goal short to Whittier in the SCIAC finals, the CMS men's water polo team will continue its season at the inaugural USA Water Polo Division III Championships this weekend, taking on Johns Hopkins in Saturday's semifinals.
The CMS-ence of Ethan LewisAfter an off-year for the men's water polo program as a sophomore when he had to play goalie for much of the season, senior Ethan Lewis has helped rebuild the CMS men's water polo program back into SCIAC Championship contenders over the last two years, as the Stags head into Friday night's home semifinal against Pomona-Pitzer (7 p.m., Axelrood Pool) as the tournament's No. 2 seed. As a Claremont McKenna student majoring in computer science at Harvey Mudd, he has also used his academic pursuits to help rebuild websites.
The CMS-ence of Matthew MayPoliticians in Washington, D.C. often talk about the need to have a strong "ground game" during election season. If that's the case, Matthew May (CMC '20) has a heck of a career ahead of him in his chosen line of work.
Men's Water Polo - Pomona-Pitzer PreviewThe CMS men's water polo team hosts Pomona-Pitzer in its final regular season home match on Wednesday night at 7 p.m., although the Stags hope they can invite the Sagehens back again next week.
CMS Women's Soccer Earns NCAA At-Large BidThe CMS women's soccer team thought its season was over when it lost 1-0 to Chapman on Nov. 2, but the Athenas got a new lease on life when they were rewarded with an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament on Monday morning.
CMS Men's Soccer Wins SCIAC ChampionshipThe CMS men's soccer team defeated Redlands 2-0 on Saturday to capture the SCIAC Postseason Tournament Championship and advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2012
CMS Volleyball Wins SCIAC ChampionshipThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps volleyball team swept Chapman 3-0 to win its third straight SCIAC championship and earn the league's automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament on Saturday afternoon.
The CMS-ence of Luke ScanlanSenior Luke Scanlan has been a part of a senior class that has led a resurgence for the CMS men's soccer program in the last two years, including back-to-back SCIAC regular season titles. A SCIAC All-Academic team selection as a biology major, Scanlan has been out of action since September with a season-ending injury, but that hasn't stopped him from continuing to leave his imprint on this year's team.
Men's Soccer Highlights at WhittierHighlights and postgame reactions after a 2-1 overtime win over Whittier, which clinched at least a share of the SCIAC title and the top seed in the conference tournament.
Women's Soccer Highlights vs. CaltechWomen's soccer highlights and postgame reactions from senior goalie Hayden Craig following a 7-0 win over Caltech on Saturday night for the program's Senior Day.
The CMS-ence of Kira FavakehSenior Kira Favakeh (HMC '20) has been one of the team leaders for a women's soccer squad that stands 9-3-3 this year, serving as a captain as the Athenas prepare to host Senior Day on Saturday night vs. Caltech (7 p.m.). She has also been a team leader for a group of Harvey Mudd engineering students working at the City of Hope Medical Center, assisting with advancing various medical technology for cancer research.
The CMS-ence of Sarah TritschlerSenior Sarah Tritschler prepares for her Senior Day on Friday night vs. Pomona-Pitzer after a career which has seen her win a national title, earn All-West Region honors, and capture SCIAC All-Academic distinction as a psychology major.
Men's Soccer Highlights vs. La VerneHighlights and postgame reactions from sophomore William Barton after his two-goal effort in a 3-1 win over La Verne on Saturday night, keeping the CMS men's soccer team in a first-place tie in the SCIAC
CMS Volleyball Highlights vs. ChapmanHighlights and postgame reactions from senior setter Phoebe Madsen after the CMS volleyball team picked up a huge 3-0 win over Chapman to move into a tie for first place in the SCIAC at 10-1
CMS Women's Soccer HighlightsThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Women's soccer team is excited to be playing soccer and raising money for a great cause at our Charity Game, September 25th. All funds raised go to support Grassroot Soccer, a non-profit using the power of soccer to educate, inspire and mobilize youth to overcome their greatest health challenges. If you’d like to help us reach our goal of raising $3,000 and providing 200 at-risk youth the life-saving health education they need, please visit:
The CMS-ence of Connor SinclairCLAREMONT, Calif. - Connor Sinclair has been a regular member of the defensive line rotation for CMS football throughout his career, helping the Stags to a SCIAC title last year. Off the field, he has made the most of his liberal arts education at Claremont McKenna, holding down a dual major in economics and film studies.
CMS Football Practice Sights and Sounds - Home OpenerThe Stags host the Pacific Lutheran Lutes at Fritz B. Burns Stadium for their 2019 home opener. CMS football split its first two games (1-1) with last Saturday's 30-7 victory at Northwestern (Minn.). CMS continues its non-conference schedule with the hopes of defending its 2018 SCIAC Championship. Here are the sights and sounds from the week of practice leading up to the 2019 home opener.
The CMS-ence of Zack RossmanZack Rossman has had a significant impact on the program, earning Division III All-America honors the last two years. In turn, the Claremont Consortium has in turn had a significant impact on Rossman's academic pursuits, as he has been able to attend Claremont McKenna and enroll in the Robert Day School of Economics and Finance, while simultaneously pursuing a computer science major at Harvey Mud, all while earning the top academic honor from the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches for having a GPA of 3.7 or higher.
Men's Water Polo at Inland Empire ClassicHighlights and post-tournament reactions after CMS Men's Water Polo split four matches at the Inland Empire Classic, including matches against No. 1 USC and No. 4 UC Santa Barbara
Women's Soccer vs. RedlandsHighlights and postgame reactions from a 1-0 win for CMS women's soccer over Redlands on Saturday night at Pritzlaff Field
CMS Men's Soccer 2019 Preseason PreviewA preview of the 2019 CMS men's soccer team, following a 15-2-1 season last year which left the Stags with a conference title, but on the outside looking in for the NCAA Tournament.
The CMS-ence of Julian GordySenior Julian Gordy is a two-time captain and a two-time All-American for the No. 1 CMS men's tennis team. He has also carried a 3.8 GPA with a rigorous economics-accounting workload at Claremont McKenna, and after he ends his collegiate tennis career some time this month, he will begin his corporate finance career with FTI Consulting, where he interned last summer.
Softball Highlights vs. OccidentalHighlights and postgame reactions from a sweep for the CMS softball team over Occidental on Senior Day, which clinched the regular season SCIAC title and the right to host the conference tournament May 3-5.
The CMS-ence of Kaitlyn EngCLAREMONT, Calif. - Kaitlyn Eng is one of four seniors who will be honored by the women's water polo program for Senior Day, prior to Saturday's home match with La Verne at 11 a.m. Her collegiate career has included 47 victories, including an 18-7 record in SCIAC in the last two years, as well as extensive experience in the aerospace industry as a mechanical engineering major at Harvey Mudd.
The CMS-ence of Corie HackSenior Corie Hack has been a standout on the CMS women's lacrosse team, which has won 29 straight games against SCIAC opponents over the last three years. When not playing for the Athenas, Hack serves as the mentoring director for 1Gen, a first-generation student club at Claremont McKenna, while she and teammate Kira Weiss have traveled to Uganda with FundAField to help organize that country's first-ever lacrosse tournament
The CMS-ence of Mark SuiCLAREMONT, Calif. - Mark Sui of the men's basketball team celebrates his Senior Day prior to tonight's 7 pm game vs. Chapman. Sui, the team's starting point guard, will leave after four years with both an economics degree and a master's in finance.
The CMS-ence of Jackson CreweJackson Crewe is a four-year standout on the CMS men's swimming diving and program, representing the Stags at the 2017 NCAA Championships. A computer science and math major at Harvey Mudd, he has also represented both Intel and Microsoft as a software engineering intern.
Men's Golf - Spring Season PreviewAfter an impressive fall season, the CMS men's golf team is eager to gear back up again for the spring season, which gets underway this weekend at the Coyote Classic hosted by CSU San Bernardino
Women's Golf Highlights vs. RedlandsHighlights and reactions from the CMS women's golf team's strong effort on Sunday, scoring 310 in tough conditions to out-shoot Redlands by 17 and earn a win over Redlands in a two-day dual.
CMS Swimming and Diving Senior DayThe CMS swimming and diving programs honored their seniors prior to a tri-meet with Cal Lutheran and La Verne, and five of them ended up winning individual events.
The CMS-ence of Emma StacySenior Emma Stacy (Scripps '19) was one of 11 members of the CMS women's swimming and diving team to attend the NCAA Division III Championships in Indianapolis last year. It wasn't her only trip last year, though, the chemistry major also traveled to Malaysia last summer through the Keck Science Department to present her paper on the environmental impacts of renewable energy.
Video Feature: Men's Basketball's Nicolas Segura DobjanschiAfter graduating four senior starters off last year's SCIAC champions, the CMS men's basketball team needed to look to some new faces this year if it hoped to stay in SCIAC contention. Fortunately, they didn't have to look very far, as last year's bench, led by senior Nicolas Segura Dobjanschi, has stepped up to fill the void.
Video Feature: It's All About DefenseThe SCIAC-leading CMS women's basketball team doesn't have a single player in the top 10 in the league in scoring. But you will find the Athenas at the top of almost all of the team defensive statistics.
The CMS-ence of Ryan KuschRyan Kusch has been a part of two SCIAC championships with the men's basketball team, and is a computer science major at Harvey Mudd, spending this past summer at an internship at Google headquarters working with the Google Cloud team.
The CMS-ence of Ellery Koelker-WolfeEllery Koelker-Wolfe has been a part of three SCIAC regular season titles and two SCIAC Tournament titles in her first three seasons with the CMS women's basketball team. Off the court, she is a biochemistry major who spent last summer in Southern California conducting cancer research at the City of Hope medical center.
The CMS-ence of Torrey HartTorrey Hart has been a four-year member of the CMS swimming and diving team, specializing in the distance events. A media studies major, she has also parlayed her experience with the student newspaper into a summer job covering Major League Baseball with Yahoo Sports in Los Angeles.
Women's Basketball - Chapman PreviewThe first SCIAC opponent that CMS women's basketball faces in 2018-19 is the same as its last opponent from a year ago, as it hosts Chapman (5 p.m., Roberts Pavilion) in a rematch of last year's SCIAC Championship.
Football - NCAA Tournament PreviewThe CMS Football team hopped on the team buses this morning for a road trip, but this is unlike any other road trip the program has ever had. The Stags are heading to Whitworth tomorrow after earning the first NCAA bid in CMS history.
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
Hall of Fame Ceremony 2018Four new members were inducted into the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics Alumni Association Hall of Fame at the 2018 Hall of Fame Banquet and induction ceremony on Saturday, Nov. 10. The ceremony was held at Claremont McKenna College's Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum, marking the 28th Hall of Fame induction class at CMS.
The Class of 2018 includes Sarah DeGraw (SC '02, Track & Field), Heather Schroder (CMC '96, Basketball and Track & Field), Kurt Hocker (CMC '88, Track & Field and Basketball) and Bob Hayes (CMC '71, Football, Basketball, and Baseball). Hocker was inducted posthumously. Long-time CMS cross country and track & field head coach John Goldhammer was voted in as well over the summer, but will be recognized at the 2019 Hall of Fame Banquet because he was out of state for cross country regionals in Walla Walla, Wash.
The CMS-ence of Benjamin ItenSenior Benjamin Iten is the veteran leader of a young CMS men's cross country team that sent five freshmen out of its seven runners to the NCAA Regionals, coming away with a first-place tie. Iten balances his athletic career with being an engineering major at Harvey Mudd, and spent the summer working at the Intel Corporation on designing technology to help enhance the television viewing experience of sports fans.
The CMS-ence of Brenden BrownBrenden Brown makes the shortest road trip of his career as a student-athlete when he and the Stags travel down the road to Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday. His longest road trip, meanwhile, was to Switzerland, where he presented his research as an engineering major at Harvey Mudd.
The CMS-ence of Jackson TateCMS senior offensive lineman Jackson Tate has been a big part of the success of the football program in 2018, while managing a heavy workload as a biophysics major in the classroom
Football Preview - CMS vs. Chapman (Senior Day)The CMS Football team plays its final home game of the 2018 season on Saturday against Chapman (1 p.m.). The Stags will honor their nine seniors prior to the game (approx. 12:40), and then try to make history, with a chance to clinch the team's first SCIAC title since 1987.
Men's Soccer - SCIAC Tournament PreviewThe CMS Men's Soccer team had a remarkable regular season, finishing 15-2 and in first place in the SCIAC after finishing 4-11-1 and in eighth place last year. The Stags will now try to carry that success into the postseason, beginning with Thursday night's home semifinal against Chapman (7 p.m., Pritzlaff Field).
CMS Volleyball - SCIAC Tournament PreviewThe CMS Volleyball team has completed a successful regular season, finishing with a 24-3 overall record and a 15-1 mark in SCIAC. Now it looks to defend its 2017 postseason titles, both SCIAC and NCAA, beginning with the SCIAC semifinals at home against La Verne on Thursday night at 7 p.m.
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
Football Highlights vs. WhittierHighlights from CMS Football's 27-14 win over Whittier on Saturday, Oct. 27, including a school-record 274 rushing yards from Garrett Cheadle
Men's Soccer Highlights vs. RedlandsHighlights and postgame reactions from a big 1-0 win for the CMS men's soccer team over Redlands on Wednesday, Oct. 24, which gave the Stags sole possession of first place in the SCIAC.
The CMS-ence of Aidan JohnsonA question and answer session with senior Aidan Johnson, a holding midfielder with the CMS men's soccer team who has interned the last three summers on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
The CMS-ence of Sydney TalmiA question and answer feature with Sydney Talmi, a senior center back on the CMS women's soccer team who conducts neuroscience research off the field.
Join in on Oct. 16-17 for the 1946 ChallengeShow your CMS spirit and please make a gift to your sport or CMS Athletics during the 1946 Challenge on October 16-17, and help CMS reach its goal of 326 donors during the challenge; 1 donor for each of the 326 SCIAC championships in CMS’ history.
Athena Profile: Phoebe MadsenLast year. sisters Clara Madsen and Phoebe Madsen split the setter duties for the CMS Volleyball team on the way to the national title. Clara graduated, but Phoebe has kept the family tradition of success going, as the Athenas are currently No. 3 in the nation.
Video Feature: Men's Soccer's Adam SingerYou could say that the return of Adam Singer to the CMS men's soccer lineup has meant nothing. A lot of nothings - as the Stags have started the year with six straight shutout wins.
CMS Men's Water Polo - 2018 Season PreviewThe CMS Men's Water Polo team gets its 2018 season underway when it travels to the Inland Empire Classic to meet Concordia and USC, which is currently tied for the No. 1 spot in the nation in the CWPA poll.
Hall of Fame Banquet 2017 (Full Video)In case you missed it, or you want to relive some of the great moments from the 2017 CMS Hall of Fame Banquet, the full video is available. This year's class represents all three CMS colleges and the CMS head coaching ranks: Lea Crusey (CMC '03 – Women's Lacrosse), John Michael Cham-A-Koon (CMC '04 – Men's Tennis), Kristina Orosz (HMC '04 – Track & Field), Diane Noonan Eichler (SCR '90 – Women's Soccer) and Dez Farnady (Head Coach - Men's Swim & Dive/Men's Water Polo).
2017-18 Season - Men's Water Polo PreviewHead Coach Greg Lonzo and senior Peter Tilton share about how they've prepared for the upcoming season. The Stags will play their first game of the season on the road against UCLA on Saturday, September 2.
CMS Women's Volleyball - 2017 Season PreviewOpening the season ranked seventh in the nation, the Athenas are ready to take on new challenges with a strong group of returning seniors and seven new freshmen on their roster.
CMCtv: CMSPYS 2017After one of the best years in CMS history, the CMSPYS honored all of the amazing individual and team achievements of the 2016-17 sports season with awards in 16 different categories. Go Stags and Athenas!
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.
Phase 1 of the CMS on-campus golf facility now completePhase 1 of the new golf practice facility that the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athena and Stag golf programs will use on the campus of Claremont McKenna College is now complete. Going forward, the facility will also be an asset to the physical education program. CMS Athletics and the CMS golf teams would like to thank the generous support of the donors, parents, and alumni in making this project a reality. Both the Stags and Athenas had the opportunity to use the new facility for the first time on Friday, April 28.
DIII Week 2017 - AcademicsMiles President (HMC '20) talks about his academic experience while playing basketball at CMS. That is why he chose DIII.
Put Your Support into Action with CMS AthleticsThere are a number of ways to give back to CMS Athletics and help us provide an excellent experience for all of our Athenas and Stags. Find out how your support helps benefit CMS student-athletes.
For more information on how you can support CMS student-athletes like the individuals featured, please visit http://www.cmsathletics.org/giving
Get to Know Claire Donnelly '17Claire Donnelly, from Santa Rosa, CA, was raised in a family of basketball superstars. Both of her parents played professionally overseas and instilled a love of the game in her from a young age. Her love of basketball grew into a passion, and that passion led her to CMC.
Watch to learn more about what led her to become a CMS Athena and how her CMC education and extracurriculars are preparing her for a future in the music industry.
For more information on how you can support CMCers like Donnelly while they accomplish their goals, please visit http://www.cmc.edu/giving.
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.
Complete Roberts Pavilion construction time-lapseYou have seen the Roberts Pavilion construction time-lapse in stages. Here is the whole process from the demolition of Ducey Gym to the exterior being complete, and everything in between. Watch the building evolve over two-plus years in this five minute video.
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.
National Champion Stags featured on Fox 11 LACheck out the Stags on Fox 11 LA yesterday after winning the NCAA Division III Men's Golf national championship. Thanks to all involved in getting the Stags some well deserved recognition!!
SCIAC Tournament ChampionsThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps softball team records the final out vs. La Verne in the 2016 SCIAC Postseason Tournament to advance to the NCAA Tournament.
Video: CMSPY Mike Sutton Thank YouAfter 15 years of serving as Director of Athletics, Mike Sutton is moving to a different position at the College. The Athenas and Stags wanted to offer a big Thank You to Mike Sutton for his dedication to CMS Athletics.
2015-16 CMS Stags Basketball Highlight VideoThe 2015-16 Stags persevered and fought their way to the conference tournament and another winning season. Watch some of the season's big highlights in this end-of-year highlight video.
Season Preview: 2016 CMS Men's TennisThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's tennis team started their 2016 season with a pair of wins on Feb. 20. Find out all you need to know about the 2016 Stags in this season preview video with Coach Settles.
CMS Athletics Director Update (Winter 2016)CMS Director of Athletics Mike Sutton recaps happenings for the athletic department and its teams from September through mid-February in the latest A.D. Update. Watch it here.
Season Preview: 2016 CMS SoftballThe 2016 season is underway for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps softball team and SCIAC play starts on Feb. 12. Find out all the info you need to know about the Athenas in the 2016 season preview video.
Season Preview: 2016 CMS Track & FieldThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps track & field teams officially start its season on Feb. 13 with the Sialaris Memorial Throws Meet. Watch the season preview here.
Postmeet Interview: Stephanie Doi (Pomona-Pitzer 2/6/16)The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's swimming & diving team narrowly lost to Pomona-Pitzer on Feb. 6 in a SCIAC dual meet. Junior Stephanie Doi came away with three individual wins which she talks about in this postmeet interview.
Season Preview: 2016 CMS BaseballThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps baseball team plays an exhibition game on Feb. 6 at Arce Field and hosts Master's on Feb. 9 in the regular-season opener. Hear what Coach Walkenbach and Jack Witte have to say about the upcoming season.
Season Preview: 2016 CMS Women's Water PoloThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's water polo team gets its 2016 season underway on Feb. 6-7 with a pair of games over the weekend at Whittier College. Coach Lonzo talks about the 2016 Athenas in the season preview video.
Season Preview: 2015-16 CMS Men's BasketballThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's basketball team tips off the 2015-16 season on Nov. 13 at the Cal Maritime Tournament in Northern California. Coach Scalmanini and senior guard Jack Earley talk about the upcoming season in this preview video.
Season Preview: 2015-16 CMS Women's BasketballHead coach Kristen Dowling gives an inside look into the 2015-16 CMS women’s basketball team and explains how they can build off their success from last year. The Athenas will tip off the season at home against Transylvania on Nov. 15.
Highlights: Football 49, Whittier 3 (11/7/15)CMS dominated Whittier for their fourth-straight SCIAC win. Trey Reynolds threw for four touchdowns and the Stags' defense held the Poets to only 230 yards of total offense. Check out the highlights from their commanding performance here.
Roberts Pavilion Construction and Axelrood Pool Renovation Update (Oct. 2015)Since the last update in July, one of the major milestones to have been completed in the Roberts Pavilion project is the Axelrood Pool area renovation. In addition, noticeable progress has been made on the exterior and interior of Roberts Pavilion. CMC Director of Construction Frank Perri goes into detail about the latest construction phases in the Oct. 2015 Roberts Pavilion update.
Men's Tennis Season Highlights (2014-15)The CMS men's tennis team had a historic 2014-15, winning a SCIAC title and capping of the year with an NCAA National Championship. Check out the highlights from their 2014-15 season here.
Season Preview: 2015 CMS Men's Water PoloThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's water polo team opens its 2015 season on Saturday, Sept. 5 at the Brown Invite with four games in two days on the East Coast. Coach Lonzo and a pair of seniors talk about the season ahead in this season preview video.
Season Preview: 2015 CMS VolleyballThe CMS volleyball team begins its 2015 season on Friday, Sept. 4 as it looks to make a return trip to the NCAA Championships. Head coach Kurt Vlasich and senior Tanner Hoke talk all things Athenas Volleyball in this year's season preview video.
Season Preview: 2015 CMS FootballThe 2015 season gets underway for the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps football team at home on Saturday, Sept. 5 against Puget Sound. Get a preview of this year's squad in this season preview video with Coach Sweeney and a pair of the team's captains.
CMS Athletic Director Update (Summer 2015)Director of Athletics Mike Sutton reflects back on one of the most successful schools years ever for CMS Athletics and talks about his big announcement in the Summer 2015 A.D. Update Video.
Roberts Pavilion Construction Update (July 2015)Frank Perri, CMC's Director of Construction, gives us the latest information on the construction of Roberts Pavilion. Currently, the exterior framing of the building is being erected, and once the building is weather-tight, construction will begin on interior finishes.
GoPro View: CMS Divers Maia Presti and James StevickAs CMS divers Maia Presti and James Stevick prep for the NCAA Division III Swim & Dive Championships which run from March 18-21 in Texas, they put on a few GoPros for us at practice and showed us what it looks like to dive off the boards from their point of view.
Q & A with Michigan Softball's legendary Coach HutchinsThe University of Michigan softball team used Athena Field for practice on March 3 during the team's So. Cal swing. After practice, CMS head coach Betsy Hipple had a few questions for "Coach Hutch" who has won well over 1,000 games at Michigan and is a NFCA Hall of Famer.
Season Preview: 2015 CMS Men's TennisThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's tennis team's quest for a SCIAC, regional and national championship begins on Feb. 21 with a pair of season-opening matches. Find out all you need to know about the Stags in the 2015 Season Preview Video.
Season Preview: 2015 CMS Track & FieldThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps track & field teams have their first full meet of the season on Feb. 21 at the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens All-Comers meet. Coach Beck talks about the upcoming season in this season preview video.
Season Preview: 2015 CMS SoftballThe CMS softball team begins its 2015 season on Saturday, Feb. 7 with a doubleheader at NAIA foe Vanguard University. Find out a little bit about this year's team and what they have been up to in the season preview.
Season Preview: 2015 CMS Women's TennisThe CMS women's tennis team opens its spring season on Feb. 6 vs. Cal State L.A. at the Biszantz Family Tennis Center. Hear what Coach Schwarz had to say about the upcoming season in his season preview interview.
Video: Mike Scioscia visits with CMS Softball and BaseballLos Angeles Angels of Anaheim manager Mike Scioscia came out to the CMS softball and baseball teams' practice on Tuesday at Arce Field and shared some of the lessons he has learned during his 30-plus years in the Big Leagues as a player and coach.
Video: Roberts Pavilion Mock-Up Performance TestingMembers of the Roberts Pavilion construction crew gathered off-site in Ontario, Calif. to run the mock-up wall through several performance tests including simulated 50-plus mile per hour winds. Take a look.
Season Preview: 2014-15 CMS Men's BasketballThe defending SCIAC regular season champion Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's basketball team gets its 2014-15 season underway on Nov. 15 in Milwaukee, Wisc. Find out all you need to know about this year's team in the season preview video.
Season Preview: 2014-15 CMS Women's BasketballThe defending SCIAC champion Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's basketball team begins its bid for a second-straight NCAA Tournament appearance on Nov. 16 as the team kicks off its 2014-15 season at home against Pacific Lutheran. Find out all you need to know about this year's team by watching the season preview video.
Season Preview: 2014-15 CMS Swim & DiveThe CMS swimming & diving teams have their first meet of the season at UC San Diego on Saturday, Oct. 25. Find out all you need to know about the 2014-15 Stags and Athenas by watching the season preview video.
Game-winning goal by Kunz in OT win over La VerneClaremont-Mudd-Scripps and La Verne played 99 scoreless minutes but in the 100th minute just before the end of the first overtime, Samantha Kunz scored the game-winner for CMS on a direct kick from 30 yards out. The goal gave CMS a 1-0 win over La Verne.
Highlights: Football 40, La Verne 24 (10/11/14)The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps football team rolled up 500-plus yards of total offense and forced some big turnovers in a 40-24 Homecoming win over La Verne on Oct. 11. Watch the highlights here.
Highlights: Football 36, Lewis & Clark 14 (9/13/14)In case you missed the CMS football team's home-opening 36-14 win over Lewis & Clark on Sept. 13, watch a video recap here to see all that you missed and if you were at the game, you can re-live the action.
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 FootballThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps football team's 2014 season gets underway on Saturday, Sept. 6 at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Wash. Find out all you need to know about the 2014 Stags in the season preview video.
Season Preview: 2014 CMS Men's Water PoloThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's water polo team plays its first matches of the 2014 season at UCSD's Triton Invite on Saturday, Sept. 6. Watch this season's season preview with Coach Lonzo to find out everything you need to know about the 2014 Stags.
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.
Season Preview: 2014 CMS Men's SoccerThe 2014 CMS men's soccer team looks to build off its SCIAC championship season from a year ago. The team begins its season on Aug. 30 with an exhibition match against Cal Baptist on Pritzlaff Field.
Season Preview: 2014 CMS VolleyballThe CMS volleyball team starts its 2014 season on Aug. 29 with a pair of matches in the Pacific Coast Classic. The Athenas are coming off a school-record breaking season and an NCAA postseason appearance in 2013. Find out all you need to know about this year's team by watching the season preview with Coach Vlasich.
Season Preview: 2014 CMS Women's SoccerThe Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's soccer season gets underway on Aug. 29 against Southwestern (Texas) at Cal Lutheran. Watch this season's season preview video with Coach Sanchez to find out all you need to know about the 2014 Athenas.
CMS Athletic Director Update (Spring/Summer 2014)CMS Director of Athletics Mike Sutton recaps some of the successes from the 2013-14 school year, talks about hosting the NCAA Tennis Championships, Roberts Pavilion construction and much more in the latest installment of the CMS Athletic Director Update.
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.
2013-14 CMS Athletics Highlight VideoThe 2013-14 school year saw 12 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps teams win SCIAC championships and 12 teams make NCAA postseason appearances in their respective sport. Watch a few highlights from the record-breaking year for CMS Athletics.
Ducey Gym Demolition Time-LapseIt took just around a month to demolish Ducey Gymnasium and clear away the debris. You can watch the demolition in 20 seconds.
2014 NCAA D-III Tennis Championships Banquet VideoThe best 16 teams (8 men's/8 women's) are set to participate in the 2014 NCAA Division III Men's and Women's Tennis Championships May 19-21 in Claremont, Calif., hosted by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athletics.
CMS Athlete of the Week (3/17-3/23): Hayley Schultz - SoftballJunior pitcher Hayley Schultz on the CMS softball team was 4-0 during the week beating No. 4 Central College (IA) twice, Wisconsin-Eau Claire and Occidental. She only gave up one earned run in 26 innings pitched earning her the CMS Athlete of the week for March 17-23, 2014
Highlights: Gaffaney Named All-West RegionGuard Tyler Gaffaney of the CMS men's basketball team has been named to the D3hoops.com All-West Region team and the NABC All-District team. Watch a few highlights from Gaffaney's 2013-14 campaign.
Highlights: Scamman Named All-West RegionAfter helping lead the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women's basketball team to a school-record 24 win season, junior guard Kimberly Scamman has been selected to the D3hoops.com All-West Region third team, released on March 17. Watch a few of her highlights from the 2013-14 season.
Coach Burton halftime tribute (2/20/14)CMS Director of Athletics Mike Sutton and the CMS Athletic Department honored long-time women's basketball coach and current women's golf coach Jodie Burton at halftime of the final regular season women's basketball game on Feb. 20 at Ducey Gym. View the remarks here.
Season Preview: 2014 CMS Men's TennisThe No. 2 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps men's tennis team begins its quest for a NCAA Division III national championship with its 2014 season-opener on Feb. 20 vs. Westmont. CMS finished second at the 2013 NCAA Division III Championships last season and has several key student-athletes back this season. Hear what head coach Paul Settles says about this year's team in the 2014 Season Preview.
Amanda Mell Women's Track & FieldCLAREMONT, Calif. - Senior Amanda Mell had a double-dose of good days over the weekend, winning the triple jump on Saturday to help CMS sweep its first SCIAC Multi-Dual on Saturday, and then earning an NCAA Division III Indoor Championships invite on Sunday.