Showing a dominant performance against the Cal Lutheran Regals by shutting them out 2-0, the P-P women’s soccer team is headed back to the NCAA tournament.
Being two programs that have won multiple recent SCIAC championships, the P-P men’s and CMS women’s cross country teams again brought team titles home this year.
Halfway through her first competitive collegiate season, uprising tennis talent Nina Ye PO ’24 earned All-American honors by becoming the ITA women’s singles champion.
Combining both virtual and in-person activities, P-P coaches are assimilating to a new scouting process for the Class of 2026.
Despite breaking 15-year-old program record, Ethan Widlansky and Lucas Florshiem are more focused on what’s ahead for the team this season.
After making an appearance to the Final Four for the first time in program history, P-P Women’s Soccer is on pace to repeating its excellence.
Through engaging in competitive jump rope in her past, Paige Wilson developed her athletic abilities and became a volleyball stud.
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.
Elan became P-P’s all-time leading scorer and led the Hens to their first-ever Sweet 16 appearance in the NCAA Tournament this year.
Seasons ended abruptly for hundreds of 5C student-athletes in mid-March. P-P get creative with ways to stay connected and stay in shape by creating an at-home burpee challenge for the team.