• Deseret News
    BYU returns to the courts to compete in the West Coast Conference Tournament on April 25-28, at the Biszantz Tennis Center in Claremont, California. Tournament information will be posted to the men’s schedule page when announced. Genny Hickman is a PR ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    In the second game of a doubleheader, Trabuco Hills defeated Aliso Niguel 7-5. Daniel Johnson had three RBIs. Claremont defeated Glendora 4-3. Matt Ramirez hit a three-run homer in the seventh inning. Diamond Bar defeated Bonita 5-4. Fabian Moran had two ...
  • The Press-Enterprise
    Stevenson, who leads California with a triple-jump mark of 50 feet ... Mikaela Ramirez (Ayala) 10:26.18, 4. Sydney Hwang (Claremont) 10:44.98, 5. Sandra Pflughoft (Great Oak) 10:45.19. San Bernardino County record: Jennifer Sandoval (Summit ’16 ...
  • Pasadena Star-News
    In other area baseball action Claremont 4, Glendora 3 ... Orozco also pitched a complete game, yielding one earned run and striking out eight. California 8, La Serna 3: Casey Dufrene and Mia Franco each contributed three hits in the Condors (8-9, 2-0 ...
  • TeamUSA
    Para Track and Field: Jeremy Campbell set an unofficial world record in the men's F64 discus with a 65.47-meter throw at Pomona-Pitzer Invitational in Claremont, California. Carli Lloyd scored her 100th career goal as the U.S. women topped Mexico ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The Spartans were the only ranked team heading into Wednesday and entered with victories over Division II No. 4-ranked Crescenta Valley (13-5 score), formerly-ranked Division I squad Claremont (13-5 score) and Division III No. 8-ranked South Pasadena (15-3).
  • The Middlebury Campus
    After continuing its undefeated run in its first three matches in California, No. 5 Middlebury lost for the first time in a 7–2 defeat to No. 3 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) on Friday, March 30. But the Panthers rebounded against their former coach ...
  • The Middlebury Campus
    After continuing its undefeated run in its first three matches in California, No. 5 Middlebury lost for the first time in a 7–2 defeat to No. 3 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) on Friday, March 30. But the Panthers rebounded against their former coach ...