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Claremont Colleges Consortium


Team Biography

The word ‘dinosaur’ comes from the Greek language and means ‘terrible lizard that kicks butt at ultimate’.

Scientists believe some dinosaurs lived for up to 200 years. What they don’t know is that some have survived up until today.

Dinosaurs dominated Earth for over 165 million years. Humans have been around for only two million years. Greenshirts are eternal.

Some of the biggest plant eaters had to eat as much as a ton of food a day. This is comparable to post-sprint-practice team dinner.

Some dinosaurs had more than 1000 teeth. All dinosaurs could replace their teeth at any time, making catching really easy.

120 tons is the weight of one Argentinosaurus, the heaviest of all animals, equal to 100 elephants. This is nothing compared to a Greenbean’s calf muscles.

Birds descended from a type of dinosaurs known as theropods. Greens descended from the BAMFosaurs and are members of the #sexyandathletic family.

The Greenshirts are the combined team of the Claremont Colleges Consortium: 5Cs, one heart. After our first big taste of victory, winning D-III College Championships in 2012, we’ve been hungry for more ever since. Yeah, we know our shirts aren’t green; someone messed up our jersey order.


Claremont, CA



College Championship Appearances

2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

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