CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
The Stags topped the No. 2-ranked Sagehens by 36 points as the Athenas won their fifth-straight title by just three points.
Emily Glass PO ’15 researched baseball player development programs and philosophies in six countries during her Watson fellowship, leading her to realize that building an education program for a professional baseball team was her next career goal.
The CMS men’s and women’s tennis teams both beat the Sagehens handily in the Sixth Street Rivalry matches.
The CMS lacrosse team dominated P-P in the Sixth Street Rivalry, as Corie Hack CM ’19 became the third player in program history to score 200 career goals.
In the midst of a difficult season, the P-P baseball team won their rivalry series against CMS last weekend. P-P hasn’t lost a season series to the Stags since 2006.
The P-P women’s water polo team continued their SCIAC dominance against rival CMS, sealing their second straight undefeated season and extending their conference winning streak to 35 games.
No athlete has embodied the No. 4 Pomona-Pitzer men’s track team’s successful season as much as Carter Floyd PO ’21
In addition to chasing a SCIAC championship, the P-P women’s lacrosse team has spent time this season learning about the sport’s indigenous history.
Head women’s soccer coach Jennifer Scanlon will lead the P-P athletic department as it works through current AD Lesley Irvine’s May 1 departure.