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.
A week after setting the program record for most assists in a single season, Shoshi Henderson PO ’25 recorded a record-breaking thirteen assists in one game in a 23-0 P-P rout over Cal Lu.
Despite being in a freezing climactic environment, the Sagehens easily scorched both teams they faced in Colorado over last weekend, blowing programs out by the scores of 19-4 and 19-1.
The Sagehen women’s lacrosse team (13-5, 7-3 SCIAC) picked up a 17-12 win over Chapman (7-9, 4-6 SIAC) in the SCIAC semifinals Wednesday, setting up a rematch with rival CMS (15-2, 10-0 SCIAC) in the conference championship Saturday. P-P came out quickly, building a 7-0 lead within the first six
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.
The P-P lacrosse team (12-5, 7-3 SCIAC) split a pair of games last week, falling 15-4 at rival CMS (14-2, 10-0 SCIAC) Saturday, before downing Chapman (7-8, 4-6 SCIAC) 20-11 at home Wednesday in its final game of the regular season. P-P was completely overwhelmed early on against the Athenas,
The P-P lacrosse team (11-4, 6-2 SCIAC) picked up an easy win over Whittier (3-13, 0-9 SCIAC) last Saturday, getting out to a 10-1 lead by halftime on its way to a 17-5 victory. It was a big night for multiple players, as Lily Hermann PZ ’21 had a career-high
The P-P lacrosse team (10-4, 5-2 SCIAC) split a pair of games against SCIAC opponents last week, beating Redlands (7-6, 1-6 SCIAC) Saturday 18-6 on Senior Day, then losing a road game to Occidental (7-4, 5-2 SCIAC) 13-12 Wednesday. Nicole Larson PO ’19, Lilly Thomey PO ’19 and Lauren English
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.
The Sagehen lacrosse team (9-3, 4-1 SCIAC) fell to No. 22 Colorado College (11-0) 14-7 on Sunday. P-P put up a fight against the out-of-conference opponent, trailing 5-4 at halftime. CC came out with more intensity in the second, however, opening up with five straight goals to take control. Kate