After finishing eighth out of nine teams last season, P-P baseball was picked to finish sixth this year in the SCIAC preseason poll.
During the tournament, Rosenbaum played both right-field and designated hitter as Israel defeated South Africa, Italy and the Netherlands on their way to the tournament victory.
The P-P baseball team (17-18, 7-17 SCIAC) got swept by Chapman (27-9, 16-5 SCIAC) last week, falling 9-6 at home Friday, before losing on the road 3-2 and 6-5 Saturday. In the first game P-P was up 3-2 at the bottom of the fourth, before giving up seven runs over
In the midst of a difficult season, the P-P baseball team won their rivalry series against CMS last weekend. P-P hasn’t lost a season series to the Stags since 2006.
After losing 2-1 at CMS (15-12-1, 8-10 SCIAC) Friday, the P-P baseball team (17-15, 7-14 SCIAC) won both ends of a home doubleheader in the Sixth Street rivalry Saturday. After winning the first game 5-3, the Sagehens blew out the Stags 13-5 in the second. In their first win, the
The Sagehen baseball team (15-14, 5-13 SCIAC) went 1-2 against Whittier (16-15, 6-9 SCIAC) last week, losing at home Friday 5-3, before winning the first game of a doubleheader at Whittier Saturday 7-3, then losing 6-3. Jack Damelio PO ’22 was responsible for most of the Sagehens’ runs in their
The Pomona-Pitzer baseball team (14-12, 4-11 SCIAC) lost all three of its games last week to Occidental (19-9, 7-5 SCIAC) to extend its losing streak to six. After falling 9-7 at Occidental Friday, the Sagehens came home the next day and dropped both ends of a doubleheader, 10-4 and 7-6.
The Pomona-Pitzer baseball team (14-9, 4-8 SCIAC) struggled in a three-game set against Redlands (12-15-1, 6-6 SCIAC) last week. After losing 11-9 to the Bulldogs at home Friday, the Sagehens dropped both ends of a doubleheader Saturday, 8-5 and 4-3. P-P built a 7-2 lead through four innings in the
After beating Principia College (4-7) 14-0, Puget Sound (6-18) 9-8 and Bowdoin (0-10-1) 10-8 over spring break, the Pomona-Pitzer baseball team (14-6, 4-5 SCIAC) lost three straight games to Cal Lutheran (16-5, 7-2 SCIAC) last week before bouncing back with a comeback victory over visiting MIT (5-5-1).
The Sagehen baseball team (10-3, 4-2 SCIAC) went 4-1 on the week, playing host to three non-conference opponents. After beating the Centenary Gentlemen (8-10-1) 7-4 Friday they beat Ithaca College (4-2) 1-0 Saturday before losing to them 10-4 Monday. P-P closed out the busy week by beating Bowdoin (0-4) 1-0