Sour sixteen: After the strongest season start in the P-P women’s soccer team’s history, P-P push past NLU in an intense over time 1-0 victory to make top 32 in the NCAA tournament, only to be bested by their local nemesis, the Cal Lu Regals, in a 1-0 heartbreaking defeat
After a gut wrenching end to their 2022-2023 season, the Sagehens are back, this time with a new “gladiator” mentality. Back to back heartbreaking losses saw the Pomona-Pitzer’s championship hopes slip away, and now the Hen’s are returning to the court with some newfound fire.
The Stags slugged their way to a 81-44 win against UC Santa Cruz in their season opener on Nov. 11. CMS, the No. 23 ranked DIII team in the nation, is looking to their older athletes to lead them this year. Building on their success from last year, hoof prints show the Stags are on the right track.
Stags seeking perfection–after a dominant over Chapman this past Wednesday, CMS men’s water polo now find themselves on the brink of history: an undefeated season in conference play.
Young, scrappy and hungry: the Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) women’s basketball enters this season with a team featuring mostly first years and sophomores, however, the squad has high hopes for the future with the young core they plan to develop over the next few seasons.
He’s basically Billy Bean, and you could be too; when Harold’s DC teams lost steam, fantasy sports stoked the fire and kept a love for sports alive. Fantasy opened up the wider world of sports to Harold, building new friendships and a holistic love of the games he watched.
Staying fit, on and off the field; student athletic trainers get to experience the best of both worlds, getting a taste of the other side of athletics and experiencing a taste of the medical field and expanding their experience in the world of sports.
Tell the Bruins to try, try again. The Foxes weren’t fooling around last weekend, besting UCLA 29-5 in their first home match of the season. This matchup featured rookie talent from the Foxes B-side, showing a promising future for Foxes as they look to continue their dominant run.
Lucky number 13? Like something out of a Greek epic, the Athenas “Apollo-gized” to no one and sprinted across the finish line last weekend, “Zeus-staining” their winning streak. On Saturday, Oct. 28, the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) women’s cross-country team earned their thirteenth straight SCIAC championship title, and finished with six runners in the top 10.
Hens avoid the goose egg; after a 0-0 end to the sixth street women’s soccer rivalry game ruined Sagehens dreams of a perfect season, P-P came back with a vengeance winning over the Athenas with a last minute penalty. With this win, P-P extends their season into NCAA Finals preparing to face California Luteran for the regional crown on Saturday, Nov. 4