Last Saturday, the women of Pomona-Pitzer softball lost both games of a doubleheader against Occidental College 6-1 and 5-4 to end their 2013 season on a disappointing note. The losses were the latest in a series of difficult outings for the Hens as they went 0-10 in the last 10
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s softball team had an action-packed weekend with two back-to-back double headers against top SCIAC opponents. The Sagehens came out of the weekend with mixed results, one win and three losses, to bring their overall record to 11-18 and 5-15 in SCIAC. In the second of the doubleheaders
The Pomona-Pitzer softball team had a rough transition into Daylight Savings Time on Sunday afternoon, as they lost both games in a doubleheader against Chapman University. Chapman, who currently leads the division, won 2-0 and 4-1, respectively, against the last-place Sagehens, causing Pomona-Pitzer’s record to fall to 3-9 overall and
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s lacrosse team had a busy week at home with back-to-back contests on Monday and Tuesday. The Sagehens split the games with one win and one loss, bringing their overall record to 4-3 and making them 4-2 on their home turf. The win came on Tuesday night against
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s lacrosse team began their SCIAC season with tough losses to University of Redlands and Chapman University to make their overall record 0-2. On Wednesday, the Hens traveled to Redlands to take on the Bulldogs for their first meeting of the season. Redlands jumped to an early lead
Pomona-Pitzer softball began their season last Saturday with mixed results against Vanguard University. The Sagehens bounced back from a difficult first game to split the doubleheader and make it out of the day with an encouraging 1-1 overall record. The first game proved difficult for the Sagehens when a
The date? Feb. 21, 2012. The time left on the clock? 0.4 seconds. The score? Pomona-Pitzer down 48-50. The stakes? Victory over arch-rivals Claremont-Mudd-Scripps basketball. The man at the free throw line? First-year guard, Kyle McAndrews PO ‘15. Many returning students may remember this scenario like it was yesterday. Last
Something completely unexpected and amazing happened at the Pomona-Pitzer homecoming football game last Saturday. No, I am not referring to the fact that the team snapped an 18-game losing streak. Nor the fact that in winning, they brought the Peace Pipe back to Pomona-Pitzer for the first time since 2006.
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s soccer season ended on a somber note Saturday after a rough defeat at the hands of Chapman University in the SCIAC finals. The final score of the game was 4-1 in favor of Chapman. While the Sagehens came into the contest ready and prepared for victory, it
The Sagehens won an unbelievable contest against first-seeded California Lutheran University in an epic Wednesday evening game this week. The win was Pomona-Pitzer’s first in a SCIAC semifinal since 2005 and the most exciting win of the 2012 season to date. The game both began and ended on exciting notes.