Although suffering two tough losses in their previous two preseason games, the Sagehens are still optimistic about what’s to come for the rest of the year.
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
Alaina Woo PO ’17, recently named P-P women’s basketball head coach, has been part of both a one-win season and a SCIAC title.
Both the P-P and CMS women’s basketball teams fell to Redlands in the SCIAC Tournament, cutting their seasons short.
The CMS women’s basketball team defeated P-P 82-71 in the most recent iteration of the Sixth Street Rivalry.
The P-P women’s basketball season came to an end as the Sagehens (22-6, 14-2 SCIAC) lost 72-46 to No. 13 Wisconsin-Oshkosh (26-3) in the first round of the NCAA tournament March 1.
The Sagehen men fell to No. 2 Whitman 83-74 March 2, while the P-P women lost 72-46 to No. 13 Wisconsin-Oshkosh a day earlier.
P-P women’s basketball beat CMS in the SCIAC title game, clinching a trip to the NCAA Tournament and defeating the Athenas for the first time in six years.
The P-P women’s basketball team (21-5, 14-2 SCIAC) won its first ever SCIAC tournament game with a 75-62 win over Chapman (16-10, 11-5) on Thursday. Earlier in the week, the Sagehens beat Occidental (7-18, 1-15 SCIAC) 78-59 in the final game of the regular season to seal their first ever
Since the SCIAC women’s basketball tournament’s inception in 2007, only two teams have never made it into the postseason: Caltech and Pomona-Pitzer. Until now.