The Pomona-Pitzer and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps swim and dive teams have long been the giants of the SCIAC – but on the national level, the tables are turned.
With only one senior on his team, head baseball coach Frank Pericolosi picked up his 400th win last week.
Jase Turner PO ’05 pursued his dream of playing professional baseball for three years after he graduated college before starting a career in education.
The Claremont Colleges’ unique cross-campus rivalry served to uplift both the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer teams last weekend.
The Sagehen men fell to No. 2 Whitman 83-74 March 2, while the P-P women lost 72-46 to No. 13 Wisconsin-Oshkosh a day earlier.
P-P women’s basketball beat CMS in the SCIAC title game, clinching a trip to the NCAA Tournament and defeating the Athenas for the first time in six years.
Since the SCIAC women’s basketball tournament’s inception in 2007, only two teams have never made it into the postseason: Caltech and Pomona-Pitzer. Until now.
It doesn’t rain often in Claremont, but when it does, it quite literally pours. Last weekend, Southern California was hit by abnormally cold weather
“It’s a lot bigger than a laptop,” said Pomona-Pitzer golf head coach John Wurzer, motioning to his own. “It’s called TrackMan, it’s $30,000, and
Pomona-Pitzer Athletic Director Lesley Irvine will leave Claremont at the end of the 2018-19 school year to become vice president of athletics and athletic