Despite being a national powerhouse over the past few years, the P-P women’s tennis team has struggled to get past their Sixth Street rivals.
The CMS men’s and women’s tennis teams both beat the Sagehens handily in the Sixth Street Rivalry matches.
The No. 5 P-P women’s tennis team (14-4, 6-1 SCIAC) went 1-1 last week, beating UC San Diego (12-7) 5-4 Saturday before losing to No. 2 CMS (21-1, 7-0 SCIAC) 7-2 Wednesday. Against the Tritons, the Sagehens got out to a 2-1 lead in doubles competition. P-P then split the
The Sagehen women’s tennis team (19-1, 5-0 SCIAC) made short work of Cal Lutheran (13-5, 2-3 SCIAC) last week, winning 8-1 to extend its SCIAC winning streak to five matches. After winning the doubles matches 2-1, the Sagehens swept through singles competition. Every match was decided in just two sets,
The No. 5 Sagehen women’s tennis team (11-3, 4-0 SCIAC) had a good weekend in its first SCIAC competition since mid-February. After beating Whittier (5-9, 1-3 SCIAC) 9-0 at home Friday, the Sagehens defeated Chapman (2-10, 1-2 SCIAC) Saturday 8-1. Against Whittier, Lucy Jiang PO ’19, Jacinta Chen PO ’21
It was a light week for the No. 4 Sagehen women’s tennis team (9-3, 2-0 SCIAC), which won its sole match 9-0 Monday against Gustavus Adolphus (11-10). P-P dominated the match, with the only drama coming at No. 3 doubles, where Lucy Jiang PO ’19 and Jacinta Chen PO ’21
The No. 8 Sagehen women’s tennis team (4-2, 2-0 SCIAC) finished third at the ITA Indoor National Championship in Nashville, Tennessee over the weekend.
The No. 8 P-P women’s tennis team (2-1, 2-0 SCIAC) split a doubleheader at home Feb. 16, beating Caltech (0-3, 0-2 SCIAC) 7-2 before losing 5-4 to Cal State LA (3-1). Against Caltech, the Sagehens swept the doubles matches and went 4-2 in singles, as the Beavers forfeited both No.
Sagehen softball starts season with doubleheader sweep of Puget Sound The Pomona-Pitzer softball team (2-0) opened its season with a doubleheader against Puget Sound University (0-2) last Friday, winning a competitive first game 5-3 before blowing out the Loggers 13-1 in the second. Liz Rodarte PO ’19, the reigning SCIAC