Feathers went flying and whimpers echoed throughout Voelkel Gymnasium as the Sagehens put the Bulldogs through puppy-training and then slammed their crate shut in a decisive 3-1 victory against Redlands. On Tuesday, Oct. 24, the Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) women’s volleyball team took on the Redlands Bulldogs in one of the last
Hens on a warpath; The Occidental Tigers look more like house cats in a 3-1 sweep. Ever since the hard loss to CMS in the Sixth Street Rivalry, P-P has rallied, tallying up five straight wins and making a run for contention in conference.
Dominating through the decades; This Stag sweep marks the nineteenth consecutive sixth-street loss for the sagehens volleyball team history. With five consecutive SCIAC section championships, a cast of killers, and zero sets dropped in league play so far this season, the Athenas are flawless. The Sagehens made it competitive, but they couldn’t stand with the champs.
After a stretch of losses to close out pre-season play, the Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) Volleyball team took care of business last Friday against Whittier, sweeping the Poets and sending them home empty handed.
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer won a combined six SCIAC Championships across five sports this fall, the most ever in a single season. Pomona-Pitzer Football Without a doubt, the most compelling narrative of the SCIAC’s fall season was the historic Cinderella story of Pomona-Pitzer football. Ranked fifth in the beginning of the
Perfection. CMS volleyball plucked the Sagehens in three sets Saturday to wrap up their undefeated season as SCIAC Champions.
Start getting those pensions ready. This week the 5Cs congratulated their veteran athletes during Senior Day, one of the most fun and emotional traditions of the year.
No one is surprised and 3/5 of the 5Cs are happy. The No. 1 ranked CMS women’s volleyball team sent the Sagehens back to their nests with beaks dragging on Saturday when they defeated them three sets to none. This Sixth Street rivalry game ended in favor of the Athenas, who are continuing their unbeaten streak and have yet to lose a single set in conference play.
Reaching the incredible feat of 1000 digs in two full collegiate seasons, Lauren Asato PO ’23 was named Defensive Player of the Year and earned West Regional Honors.
Along with her versatility as a middle-blocker for P-P volleyball, Danika Petit is a world champion in American Kenpo.