After a disappointing finish to their 2022 season, the Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) men’s cross country team returned to their dominant form with a National Championship victory, the team’s third in the last four seaons. With a brand new coaching staff at the helm, the Sagehens left no doubt that they remain one of the nation’s best.
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer won a combined six SCIAC Championships across five sports this fall, the most ever in a single season. Pomona-Pitzer Football Without a doubt, the most compelling narrative of the SCIAC’s fall season was the historic Cinderella story of Pomona-Pitzer football. Ranked fifth in the beginning of the
Is three times the charm? The Pomona-Pitzer men’s Cross Country team hopes so. They have won the last two NCAA DIII cross country championships and are hoping for a third. Fortunately for them, so far, so good. The Sagehens won the SCIAC on Saturday, Oct. 29th and also placed first at the NCAA West Region Championship.
For most teams, the finish line is the end of the race. However, this fall for the Pomona-Pitzer men’s cross country team, there is more at stake than the podium. In support of Pomona dining hall workers in their ongoing negotiations with the administration, the P-P cross country team is wearing pins and T-shirts to spread awareness.
Sagehens or roadrunners? After a record finish at Nationals last year, Pomona-Pitzer cross-country is looking to prove themselves and have fun while doing it.
The Pomona-Pitzer men’s cross country team won its second straight national championship Saturday, defending a title it earned for the first time in 2019. In a neck-and-neck finish, the Athenas were national runners-up.
Being two programs that have won multiple recent SCIAC championships, the P-P men’s and CMS women’s cross country teams again brought team titles home this year.
Despite breaking 15-year-old program record, Ethan Widlansky and Lucas Florshiem are more focused on what’s ahead for the team this season.
After bringing in a national title during his run as head coach of Pomona-Pitzer men’s cross country and track & field, Jordan Carpenter is moving on to Division I.
The SCIAC canceled all fall and winter sports for the 2020-2021 academic year on Tuesday, citing public safety concerns. “In accordance with public health guidance and safety standards, as well as NCAA Resocialization recommendations, the SCIAC Presidents have unanimously agreed to cancel conference competition, including championships, for all fall and