5C golf had a tee-rific week, with the CMS men and P-P women taking home top-place SCIAC trophies.
Overnight travel for Pomona-Pitzer sports teams is being cut back in an effort to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.
With the recent installation of new technology made by TrackMan, the Pomona-Pitzer golf teams hope to make a jump this year.
The Sagehen women’s golf team finished third at the SCIAC Championships last weekend. The team’s score of 946 was just 12 strokes behind second place Redlands. P-P’s top performers had very similar weekends, as Sophia Hui PO ’19, Stephanie Yu PO ’22 and Priscilla Ki PO ’21 finished 11th, 12th
The Sagehen men’s and women’s golf teams began competition at the SCIAC Championships Thursday in Pasadena. After day one, the men’s team is in sixth place after shooting +17 and the women’s team is tied for third after shooting +31. Owen Rosebeck PO ’20 got off to a great start
CMS women’s golf shot a school-record 291 on the final day of the second SCIAC golf tournament, which got them the win with a score of 596. Emily Attiyeh CM ’21 and Kelly Ransom CM ’19 each shot 69 on day one and two. Ransom and Mira Yoo CM ’21
The Sagehen women’s golf team finished third at the second SCIAC meet in Ventura last weekend with an overall score of 620. Sophie Hui PO ’19 finished in a tie for seventh overall with a two-day score of 152. Priscilla Ki’s PO ’21 and Annabelle Huether’s PO ’22 scores were
The Sagehen women’s golf team finished second out of seven teams at the UC San Diego Invitational last weekend with a score of 620. The team showed off its depth at the top of the roster, as Sophia Hui PO ’19, Andi Chaloult PO ’20 and Annabelle Huether PO ’22
The Sagehen women’s golf team scored a 646 to finish sixth out of 10 teams at the George Fox Westbrook Invitational in Peoria, Arizona, March 16-17. Annabelle Huether PO ’22 shot a 154, finishing in a tie for 16th place. The team then finished fourth out of 12 teams at
CMS women’s golf shot 295, while no other team was below 309 last Sunday, jumping from fourth to first at the University of Redlands’ Bulldog Classic. Emma Kang CM ’20 led the Athenas with a third-place finish overall, shooting 149. Kelly Ransom CM ’19 was just behind her in a