After a gut wrenching end to their 2022-2023 season, the Sagehens are back, this time with a new “gladiator” mentality. Back to back heartbreaking losses saw the Pomona-Pitzer’s championship hopes slip away, and now the Hen’s are returning to the court with some newfound fire.
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.
Was it writer’s block? The Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens silenced the Whittier College Poets last Saturday at home for their biggest win of the season. The final scoreboard read 115-70, a 45 point lead to secure P-P’s victory.
The Pomona-Pitzer men’s basketball team’s recent addition Charlie Treene PO ’26 hopes to capitalize on his experience to succeed on the court this year.
After a breakout senior season, Matthew Eberle PO ’22 will take his talents abroad to Switzerland, looking for opportunities to further his basketball career.
For the third consecutive year dating back to 2019, the Sagehens have earned the 2022 SCIAC tournament title and are moving on to the DIII postseason bracket.
After dominant showings in the Sixth Street rivalry games, both P-P basketball squads carried this momentum into SCIAC postseason play.
Following seven consecutive wins and one tight loss to Chapman over last weekend, the Sagehens are now second in SCIAC conference play with a record of 7-2.
After setting his sights on being a successful walk-on story since his senior year of high school, Sam Cooper PZ ’25 fulfilled his dream this spring.
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