ACEing it — Arjun Krishnan PO 24’ established a 5C chapter of ACEing Autism, opening up opportunities for children on the spectrum in the Inland Empire to find a love for the game of tennis.
Overnight travel for Pomona-Pitzer sports teams is being cut back in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
The Sagehen men’s tennis team is focused on the fundamentals, such as improving doubles play and their technique.
Jed Kronenberg PO ’21 and Josh Gearou PO ’19 represented the Sagehen men’s tennis team (10-13, 5-2 SCIAC) at the Ojai Invitational last weekend. Both competed in the singles competition, where Kronenberg reached the quarterfinals and Gearou made it through to the round of 32. The duo then competed in
The CMS men’s and women’s tennis teams both beat the Sagehens handily in the Sixth Street Rivalry matches.
It was a tough week for the No. 18 Sagehen men’s tennis team (10-13, 5-2 SCIAC), as P-P faced Division I UC Riverside (20-15) Saturday and No. 1 CMS (27-1, 7-0 SCIAC) Wednesday. The Sagehens lost both matches 8-1. Avery Bicks PO ’20 and Charlie Stark PZ ’22 earned P-P’s
The P-P men’s tennis team (9-11, 4-1 SCIAC) lost a close match to Caltech (12-5, 3-2 SCIAC), its first SCIAC loss of the year. P-P fell behind 2-1 after the doubles matches, losing 8-4 and 8-5 at Nos. 1 and 2 before Jed Kronenberg PO ’21 and Nils Skattum PO
The No. 14 P-P men’s tennis team (9-10, 4-0 SCIAC) split a pair of home matches last Saturday, losing 5-4 to Trinity (12-9) before beating Chapman (4-10, 0-3 SCIAC) 6-3. The Sagehens dropped all three doubles matches to fall behind early against Trinity, but came back to win four of
The No. 13 P-P men’s tennis team (8-9, 3-0 SCIAC) went 4-4 over the past two weeks. After beating Swarthmore (5-9) 6-3, P-P fell to No. 5 Bowdoin (7-1) 7-2 March 15. The Sagehens then beat Sewanee (11-5) 9-0 March 16, Whitman (5-10) 8-1 March 18 and Tufts (4-3) 7-2
The Sagehen men’s tennis team (4-5, 3-0 SCIAC) fell 5-4 to the University of Mary Washington (5-3) March 8 in a hotly contested match. After the two teams split two and three doubles, the No. 1 match went down to the wire, but Octave Bellet de Giacomoni PZ ’19 and