It only took three games for the Pomona-Pitzer women’s water polo team (10-1 SCIAC) to establish themselves as top national competitors in the SCIAC this past weekend, emerging as the 2017 SCIAC champions. Heading into the tournament, the Sagehens were ready for anything. “In the case of the tournament,
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s golf team followed through in their play this past weekend at the SCIAC II tournament in the South Hills Golf Course in West Covina. The Sagehens finished second overall with a score of 612, 20 points behind Redlands, and narrowly beat their Sixth Street Rivals CMS
On Saturday, the Athenas lacrosse team (9-1, 5-0 SCIAC) faced the Colorado College Tigers (11-2, 0-0) on their home turf to pull out a 15-11 victory. A well-coordinated defense and an aggressive offense were both keys to CMS success during the game. The team’s offense was led by Lauren Clubb
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s tennis match against Williams College this past Friday came down to intense play and hard-fought matches to decide the outcome. The No. 5 ranked Sagehens gave it their all, but fell to the No. 3 Ephs with a final score of 6-3, which dropped their record to 10-5 overall.
While most students were enjoying their spring breaks, the Pomona-Pitzer swim team was putting on a strong performance at the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships in Shenandoah, Texas. They entered the meet with the main goal of equaling their performances at the SCIAC meet three weeks prior to the championships,
This past Saturday, March 4, both the men’s and women’s Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens track and field teams finished strong in their SCIAC multi-dual meet against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, University of Redlands, Whittier College, and Chapman University. For the first time since 1991, the men’s team defeated CMS in a meet by a slim margin
If you’ve watched the Summer Olympics, chances are at one point you’ve stumbled across the diving competitions. The way each diver flips and spins in the air, slipping into the pool with barely a splash, seems effortless, but behind those flawless dives are years of practice. Some divers at the Claremont Colleges are
The Pomona-Pitzer men’s golf team teed off their spring season this past weekend at the SCIAC 1 tournament in Brookside, California. They were ranked sixth in the SCIAC standings going into their first weekend of play for 2017, but after two afternoons of outstanding golf, they finished tied for second