With the recent installation of new technology made by TrackMan, the Pomona-Pitzer golf teams hope to make a jump this year.
Buoyed by new members, the CMS men’s golf team is hopeful to retake the SCIAC titlle; the women’s team looks to contend for a national title.
Amy Xue CM ’22 won the SCIAC individual title by one stroke as the Athenas earned the team championship for the third-straight year. The team was 12 shots down after the first round, but came back to win by 19. The Athenas will receive the SCIAC’s automatic bid to the
Mason Chiu CM ’21 captured the individual SCIAC title by seven strokes as the CMS men’s golf team finished second in the team competition last weekend. The second-place finish ends the team’s streak of SCIAC titles at three. While the team winner La Verne will receive the SCIAC’s automatic bid
Mason Chiu CM ’21 shot a lifetime-best 63 to lead the CMS men’s golf team in the opening round of the SCIAC championships. The Stags ended day one, Thursday, with an 11-shot lead on the field. CMS entered the day trailing Redlands for the SCIAC’s automatic NCAA spot but now
CMS women’s golf trails Redlands by 12 strokes after the first day of the SCIAC championship tournament, which runs Thursday through Saturday. Chapman and P-P are each just one stroke behind CMS’ 318. Amy Xue CM ’22 and Emily Attiyeh CM ’21 posted the Athenas’ top day one performances, each
Every once in a while, there’s a moment in sports that no one will ever forget — like when Tiger Woods won the Masters Sunday.
No one in the field came within three shots of CMS’ Ken Kong CM ’21 on day two of the second SCIAC golf tournament, as he led the Stags to a comeback win with a final score of 597. Kong also finished first overall in the individual competition, moving from
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 P-P men’s golf team finished seventh at the second SCIAC meet in Pacific Palms last weekend. The Sagehens scored a 631. Owen Rosebeck PO ’20 led the team with a 154, tied for 15th overall. Jack Carrigan’s PZ ’20 score of 158 was second best for P-P and earned