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
Sagehen softball (16-7-1, 8-4 SCIAC) went 5-5 over the last two weeks. After beating Alfred University (5-9) 2-0 and 6-0 March 15, P-P beat Chapman (6-16, 5-5 SCIAC) 6-5 and then lost 6-2 March 16, then beat Denison (6-4) 9-5 before losing 9-3 March 18. P-P then beat La Verne
The Pomona-Pitzer softball team (11-2-1, 6-2 SCIAC) went undefeated last week, winning both sides of a home doubleheader against Hiram (1-8-1) 8-1 and 6-3 March 8, before beating Redlands (6-12, 2-6 SCIAC) 13-5 and 6-5 on the road last Saturday. Kristen Hong PZ ’19 showed out in the decisive wins