Being a career 11.2 points and 3.1 assists per game scorer while averaging 39 percent from the floor, Madison Quan PZ ’22 reflects on her final collegiate season.
After having a rocky preseason, the Athena softball team is off to a terrific start in SCIAC competition, having won their opening series of the year.
Following their blowout victory in their last matchup against Cal Lu, the Sagehens replicated this dominance in the season finale, knocking off the Regals 61-47.
Despite facing DI and DII competition in preseason waters, P-P women’s water polo pulled out a surprising victory against DII Biola University.
Although suffering two tough losses in their previous two preseason games, the Sagehens are still optimistic about what’s to come for the rest of the year.
While teaching members about the nuances of archery, the 5C archery club helps students build memorable relationships.
After engaging in renowned indoor climbing competitions, Bella Jariel HM ’24 transitions to climbing in more outdoor settings.
5C students spend most of their time studying for college courses — but that doesn’t mean they’ve completely graduated from elementary school. That’s where Pomona’s Playground Games class comes in.
Along with her versatility as a middle-blocker for P-P volleyball, Danika Petit is a world champion in American Kenpo.
Through engaging in competitive jump rope in her past, Paige Wilson developed her athletic abilities and became a volleyball stud.