After a disappointing finish to their 2022 season, the Pomona-Pitzer (P-P) men’s cross country team returned to their dominant form with a National Championship victory, the team’s third in the last four seaons. With a brand new coaching staff at the helm, the Sagehens left no doubt that they remain one of the nation’s best.
Hens on a warpath; The Occidental Tigers look more like house cats in a 3-1 sweep. Ever since the hard loss to CMS in the Sixth Street Rivalry, P-P has rallied, tallying up five straight wins and making a run for contention in conference.
The Stags faced off against the Sagehens last weekend in a sixth street rivalry contest with major SCIAC championship implications. After jumping out to an early 14-0 lead, the Stags staved off a Hen’s comeback to secure the victory.
All nested in, the Sagehens men’s soccer team kicked off the last game of their preseason with a bang, defeating the Linfield Wildcats 3-2 in an eventful back-and-forth showdown on Sunday, Sept. 10.
After a year of trying to take DIII sports seriously, TSL’s sports editors have finally lost it. We’ve brought back what used to be a weekly column titled “Sagehen Briefs,” expanded it to both programs, and made it slightly less PC but much more entertaining.
Defending their nest, the Sagehens women’s water polo team defeated the Athenas last Wednesday in the only sixth street rivalry match-up for the 2023 regular season. As the 2022 SCIAC and NCAA DIII champions, Pomona-Pitzer is in flight once again to repeat their previous success.
Though the pool reflected hues of cardinal and gold after last weekends’ men and women’s swim and dive SCIAC Championship, the Saghens are looking ahead and laying their nest for nationals.
Dom’s the bomb! P-P athletics’ Dominiqic Williams says make the trek for rec and club sports at the 5Cs.
P-P proved if they go down, they go down fighting. Last Wednesday, the Pomona-Pitzer women’s basketball team lost a heartbreaking match to the Chapman Panthers. The final scoreboard read 66-62 in favor of Chapman, but didn’t reflect the incredible comeback PP had made from trailing the entire game, sometimes by as many as 15 points.
Was it writer’s block? The Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens silenced the Whittier College Poets last Saturday at home for their biggest win of the season. The final scoreboard read 115-70, a 45 point lead to secure P-P’s victory.