Only a sophomore, Chris Wiechert PZ ’14 has already proven himself as a force to be reckoned with on Pomona-Pitzer’s tennis team. After earning first team All-SCIAC, West Region Rookie of the Year and ITA National Rookie of the Year accolades as a first-year a season ago, Wiechert has continued
Last Saturday, Leslie Canter PZ ’12 broke the Sagehens’ school record in the steeplechase by 15 seconds at the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational. I assumed that being a school record-holder, Canter must have been running competitively her entire life. A few minutes into our conversation, though, she proved me wrong. Surprisingly, Canter
Many of us have seen that guy with a mohawk and goofy grin permanently plastered on his face riding through campus on a bright yellow moped. Ever wonder who that guy is? Let me enlighten you. He is Travis Rooke-Ley PZ ’12, the Sagehens’ ace pitcher, or as his teammates
We often hear about two-sport athletes at high levels and how difficult it is to simultaneously achieve success in multiple sports. We saw Drew Henson (Tom Brady’s backup at Michigan) struggle to play college football and minor league baseball at the same time, never living up to expectations, and getting
Max Scholten PO ’12 is arguably one of the most accomplished athletes Pomona-Pitzer has ever seen. He currently holds six school records for the swim team—three individuals and three relays. He has also broken his own school records multiple times. One might call him the Michael Phelps of P-P.
Alexis Sones PO ’13 brings a positive attitude to the Sagehen women’s basketball team on and off the court. “Always shoot for the stars, you can’t dream for anything less,” Sones said. The shooting guard, a junior transfer from Bowdoin, has played just six games for Pomona-Pitzer, but has already
Both Pomona-Pitzer and CMS men’s water polo teams have had great seasons, finishing SCIAC play tied with 6-1 records. When the two teams met in the regular season, CMS pulled through with a 10-8 win in a hard-fought battle that lasted all 60 minutes. Now both teams are entering the
Sixth Street has always divided the 5Cs into a fierce athletic rivalry, one particularly bitter between the P-P and CMS baseball teams. Amid the hostility, last season’s ace pitchers developed a unique connection: David Colvin PZ ’11 and Alex Sunderland CMC ’11 were both drafted by the Seattle Mariners this