Pitching ’til the cows come home. Although Sagehens softball’s elite pitching moo-ved them past the Williams College Ephs in game one, their arms couldn’t save their bats in game two, splitting the series against one of the best teams in the country.
Dominating both on the mound and at the plate, young star Devin Waddell PO ’25 shines the brightest for the Sagehens in a 2-0 series sweep against Pacific.
Coach Baleigh McCuskey spoke with TSL about her hectic work schedule, the nuances of coaching and the women in sports that came before her.
Fresh off of last year’s second-place finish, the P-P softball team is seeking its first SCIAC title in program history.
The Sagehen softball team (29-10-1, 21-7 SCIAC) split a pair of doubleheaders last week, recording dramatically different results in each. On Friday, P-P beat Cal Lutheran (12-28, 6-22 SCIAC) 11-1 in the first game before losing 7-6 in the second. The next day the team traveled to La Verne (17-23,
Emily Glass PO ’15 researched baseball player development programs and philosophies in six countries during her Watson fellowship, leading her to realize that building an education program for a professional baseball team was her next career goal.
The P-P softball team (27-8-1, 18-5 SCIAC) kept up its recent surge and picked up two big road wins against Chapman (16-20,15-9) Saturday. The Panthers currently sit at third in the SCIAC, while the Sagehens are second. P-P won the games 10-9 and 15-6. In the first game, P-P trailed
Pomona-Pitzer softball (25-8-1, 17-5 SCIAC) had a successful week, splitting a pair of games against CMS (27-6, 21-1 SCIAC) before sweeping a doubleheader against Redlands (14-20, 8-14 SCIAC) 11-8 and 7-3. The Sagehens won the first game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 4-3 on a walk-off RBI single from Karina Falkstrom PZ ’21,
The Sagehen softball team (22-7-1, 14-4 SCIAC) won both games of Saturday’s road doubleheader against Occidental (4-25, 3-15 SCIAC), winning the first game 11-0 and the second 12-6. P-P has now won six straight. Liz Rodarte PZ ’19 continued her stellar season, pitching 10.1 innings over the two games and
The P-P softball team (20-7-1, 12-4 SCIAC) had a dominant week against SCIAC opponents, going 4-0 against Cal Lutheran (8-19, 2-13 SCIAC) and Whittier (10-14-1, 7-9 SCIAC). After handling Cal Lu in a road doubleheader March 29, winning 8-0 and 14-5, the Sagehens came home to beat Whittier 8-7 and