Spirit –- it’s in the game. Line dancing their way to Nationals, the Claremont Greenshirts are the best show the sport of ultimate has to offer. Hosts of the Claremont Classic tournament this past weekend, the Greens are creating a welcoming, fun and competitive environment and winning while they do it.
Author: Harold Fuson
Clash at CARW: Top seeds P-P and CMS battle it out in Sixth Street shootout for SCIAC regular season title
Unfortunately for the Stags, the second time was not the charm. Swarmed by the Sagehens, who pecked away at their defense, the CMS men’s basketball team fell to their sixth street rivals in the last game of the regular season. Both teams moved onto the semi finals later that weekend, but failed to make the final game. The result of their final face-off, however, along with their better record, allowed the Sagehens to receive a bid for the D-III NCAA tournament which they will compete at this weekend.
Sagehens take home seven event titles, finish second to CMS in SCIAC Swim and Dive Championships
Though the pool reflected hues of cardinal and gold after last weekends’ men and women’s swim and dive SCIAC Championship, the Saghens are looking ahead and laying their nest for nationals.
Jake Lialios PO ’20 and Banana Ball are reinventing America’s Pastime
From Beginning Modern Dance at Pomona to busting a move on the mound in Savannah, Jake Lialios PO ’20 peels open “Banana Ball” and his experience going from P-P to the Party Animals.
Sagehen baseball heads into 2023 with high expectations following historic 2022 run
Was it a lucky season or are the Sagehens on an upward trend? The Pomona-Pitzer baseball team had one of the best seasons in program history last year and are hoping to build off their previous success.
Sagehens soar past Poets in emphatic 40 point victory
Was it writer’s block? The Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens silenced the Whittier College Poets last Saturday at home for their biggest win of the season. The final scoreboard read 115-70, a 45 point lead to secure P-P’s victory.