re-LAX! Despite losing the battle of the birds to No. 7 ranked Wesleyan 14-6, the Sagehens are using the loss as motivation for continuing their dominance of the SCIAC in hopes of bringing home a National Championship.
Take a trip down memory lane and hear the echo of “Sweeeet Caaroline, Bom, Bom, Bom” as you do. In 1911, the Boston Red Sox took a trip to Claremont and faced the Pomona Baseball team at Alumni Field. Over a century later, the two organizations have crossed paths once again with three Sagehen alumni since 2009 being drafted by the Sox and even more joining their front office. Together, they are aligning to bring P-P and Division III athletics to the forefront of pro ball.
Break out the brooms! Stags complete historic season sweep of Sagehens with three bombs in 16-4 series finale victory.
27 Dresses? More like 27 women’s water polo teams in Claremont. This past weekend, CMS and P-P women’s water polo co-hosted teams from all over the country across all divisions. Both the Athenas and the Sagehens had two wins and two losses, a promising sign for their upcoming spring season.
Unfortunately for the Stags, the second time was not the charm. Swarmed by the Sagehens, who pecked away at their defense, the CMS men’s basketball team fell to their sixth street rivals in the last game of the regular season. Both teams moved onto the semi finals later that weekend, but failed to make the final game. The result of their final face-off, however, along with their better record, allowed the Sagehens to receive a bid for the D-III NCAA tournament which they will compete at this weekend.
To celebrate Black History Month, TSL interviewed five students about their experiences being Black athletes at the 5Cs.
Though the pool reflected hues of cardinal and gold after last weekends’ men and women’s swim and dive SCIAC Championship, the Saghens are looking ahead and laying their nest for nationals.
Dom’s the bomb! P-P athletics’ Dominiqic Williams says make the trek for rec and club sports at the 5Cs.
From Beginning Modern Dance at Pomona to busting a move on the mound in Savannah, Jake Lialios PO ’20 peels open “Banana Ball” and his experience going from P-P to the Party Animals.
Was it a lucky season or are the Sagehens on an upward trend? The Pomona-Pitzer baseball team had one of the best seasons in program history last year and are hoping to build off their previous success.