CMS Captures 2017-18 All-Sports Combined Trophy

CMS Captures 2017-18 All-Sports Combined Trophy

> 2017-18 SCIAC All-Sports Standings

Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) earned the 2017-18 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) all-sports combined trophy including the women's all-sports trophy. Pomona-Pitzer claimed the men's all-sports trophy and finished second in the combined standings.

CMS has now won 10 consecutive all-sports combined trophies and 30 overall since 1982-83. The Athenas have now won eight straight all-sports trophies, and 23 overall. The Sagehens clinched their first-ever all-sports trophy on the men's side following 2017-18 campaign. 

Collectively, the Stags and Athenas posted 159.5 points while Pomona-Pitzer finished second in the overall standings with 153 points. Redlands was third with a combined 128.5 points, while Cal Lutheran rounded out the top four with 107 total points. 

Men's All-Sports Standings

Pomona-Pitzer led the men's teams notching 78 total points, while Redlands finished second with 67. CMS was just behind with 65.5 points, while Cal Lutheran was fourth with 50.5. 

The Sagehens had a strong fall, claiming championships in both cross country and water polo, before capturing the program's first-ever title in swimming & diving in the winter. Pomona-Pitzer continued to excel in the spring as the Sagehens notched another first place finish in track & field with the team's first crown in 27 years. The Sagehens added second place finishes in tennis and basketball. 

Redlands finished second on the men's after securing a top finish during the regular season in men's soccer, and a second place finish in football in the fall. In the spring, the Bulldogs were second in baseball and track & field.

CMS placed third in the men's team standings with a first place finish in basketball in the winter, and championships in both golf and tennis in the spring. 

Cal Lutheran was fourth by .5 points over Chapman, highlighted by a second place finish during the regular season in soccer. 

Women's All-Sports Standings

CMS registered 94 points on the women's side, while Pomona-Pitzer followed in second with 75 points. Redlands was in third with 61.5 points, while Cal Lutheran rounded out the top four with 56.5 points. 

The Athenas won championships in the fall in cross country and women's volleyball, including an NCAA Division III Championship title in volleyball. CMS added an impressive showing in the winter with a co-champion finish with Chapman in basketball, and a second place finish in swimming & diving, before securing four spring championships in golf, lacrosse, tennis and track & field. 

Pomona-Pitzer was second in the women's standings after placing second in soccer during the fall. The Sagehens added a first place finish in swimming & diving as the program earned its second SCIAC crown in three seasons. In the spring, Pomona-Pitzer finished second in golf, second in tennis, and earned a championship in water polo. 

Redlands notched third place honors on the strength of a second place showing in track & field in the spring, and third place results in cross country, soccer and tennis. 

Fourth place went to Cal Lutheran which finished first during the regular season in soccer, and second in water polo in the spring. 

2017-18 All-Sports Combined Trophy Points
All-Sports Combined All-Sports Men All-Sports Women
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 159.5 Pomona-Pitzer 78 CMS 94
Pomona-Pitzer 153 Redlands 67 Pomona-Pitzer 75
Redlands 128.5 CMS 65.5 Redlands 61.5
Cal Lutheran 107 Cal Lutheran 50.5 Cal Lutheran 56.5
Chapman 103.5 Chapman 50 Chapman 53.5
Whittier 93.5 Occidental 43.5 Whittier 52.5
Occidental 91.5 Whittier 41 Occidental 48
La Verne 76 La Verne 37.5 La Verne 38.5
Caltech 38.5 Caltech 22 Caltech 16.5