The Pomona-Pitzer women’s basketball team lost 68-51 to La Sierra Tuesday night. La Sierra gained a lead in the first half, yet with five minutes left before halftime, the Sagehens rallied to bring the score to 31-27. Sophomore transfer Erin Edmonds PZ ’14 led the Sagehens early by scoring six
The Pomona-Pitzer men’s water polo team fought through familiar foes, fourth-quarter ties, and their biggest rival at the La Verne Aquatics Center this past weekend—and they emerged triumphant, owners of the SCIAC title. The Sagehens defeated Whittier, Redlands, and first-seeded CMS to claim their first SCIAC championship since 2008. With
Beastmode (noun, adjective): Mode into which you switch when doing hardcore activities; exhibiting beast-like characteristics. No other player demonstrates the ability to go “beastmode” better than Rachel Eckerlin PZ ’12. A super senior at Pitzer College, Rachel “Old Maid” Ecks is a force to be reckoned with on the field.
In a game that was much closer than the scoreline reflected, the Pomona-Pitzer Women’s Soccer team was eliminated from SCIAC play in a 3-0 loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. The Sagehens had the run of play in the first half, creating several chances that Traci Lopez PZ ’12 couldn’t quite seem to
The Sagehens finished their regular season with a 5-1 win over Whittier. This win marks the tenth win of the season (10-5-1) and earns Pomona-Pitzer a second-place tie with CMS in the final SCIAC standings. Traci Lopez PZ ’12 scored at the 4:58 minute mark for her 11th goal of
Between Pomona-Pitzer’s win at home against Occidental on Saturday and Occidental’s 4-1 loss to Whittier on Wednesday night, the P-P women’s soccer team clinched a SCIAC playoff spot, guaranteeing a dramatic end to the best season they’ve had in years. “It’s an amazing feeling,” said goalkeeper Emma Wolfarth PO ’14.
Pomona-Pitzer women’s soccer came out ahead with two wins and a loss in a brutal barrage of three games in five days. The Sagehens are now 8-4 overall, 5-3 in SCIAC, and are tied for second place in SCIAC against rival CMS. The team’s eight wins are already one more
The Cal Lutheran women’s soccer team defeated Pomona-Pitzer 3-1 on Saturday morning. The Sagehens fell to 6-3 overall and 3-2 in SCIAC. Nine minutes into the game, SCIAC’s leading scorer Taylor Will scored off an assist from Sinead Vaughn. Forward Traci Lopez PZ ’12 tied up the game with a
Pomona-Pitzer women’s soccer defeated the Occidental Tigers 4-3 in an away game on Wednesday. The Sagehens were led by midfielder Allie Tao PO ’14, who scored three goals and assisted a fourth. She scored two minutes into the match with a right-footed shot from 22 yards out. Dribbling down the
Pomona-Pitzer Women’s Soccer beat non-conference opponent Chapman University 2-0 Saturday night. The Sagehens controlled the beginning of the game, out-shooting the Panthers 6-0. In the 18th minute, Midfielder Allie Tao PO ’14 put the Sagehens into the lead. Cutting the ball back outside the box, she hit a left footed