TSL touched base with two Sagehen alumni about what their behind-the-scenes MLB experiences have been like from opposite dugouts.
Micah Elan PZ ’20 and Daniel Rosenbaum PO ’19 now represent the Sagehens on a professional basketball court.
Now pitching professional, Jake Lialios PO ‘’20 was once a catcher for the Sagehens.
After finishing eighth out of nine teams last season, P-P baseball was picked to finish sixth this year in the SCIAC preseason poll.
During the tournament, Rosenbaum played both right-field and designated hitter as Israel defeated South Africa, Italy and the Netherlands on their way to the tournament victory.
CMS women’s tennis and track and field athletes had particularly notable performances at last week’s national championships.
The P-P baseball team (17-18, 7-17 SCIAC) got swept by Chapman (27-9, 16-5 SCIAC) last week, falling 9-6 at home Friday, before losing on the road 3-2 and 6-5 Saturday. In the first game P-P was up 3-2 at the bottom of the fourth, before giving up seven runs over
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.
After losing 2-1 at CMS (15-12-1, 8-10 SCIAC) Friday, the P-P baseball team (17-15, 7-14 SCIAC) won both ends of a home doubleheader in the Sixth Street rivalry Saturday. After winning the first game 5-3, the Sagehens blew out the Stags 13-5 in the second. In their first win, the
The Sagehen baseball team (15-14, 5-13 SCIAC) went 1-2 against Whittier (16-15, 6-9 SCIAC) last week, losing at home Friday 5-3, before winning the first game of a doubleheader at Whittier Saturday 7-3, then losing 6-3. Jack Damelio PO ’22 was responsible for most of the Sagehens’ runs in their