In soccer, philanthropy among professional players has always been important, but it’s become more and more prominent recently as soccer players’ public images have become increasingly impactful.
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s soccer team pulled off a 1-0 victory in Wednesday’s Sixth Street Rivalry Game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
After a post-foul free kick by Graeme Logan PZ ’23 found the back of the net in minute 22, the Sagehens (2-5-1, 1-2 SCIAC) found their footing and came out on top 3-0.
The Sagehens’ (7-0-1, 3-0 SCIAC) performance in their two games this week left opponents reeling, as they shut out Chapman at home 1-0 on Saturday and did the same to Whittier 3-0 on Wednesday.
The Stags (6-2, 3-0 SCIAC) went up against Occidental on Saturday in what appeared would end as a 1-1 tie, but late goals by Adam Singer CM ’20 and Jake Allmon CM ’23 in the second half sealed the game for the Stags.
CMS (5-1-1, 1-1 SCIAC) opened SCIAC play Saturday with a 2-0 win over La Verne, in which Lauryn Jeans CM ’22 and Taylor Arakaki SC ’23 both netted goals.
This past summer, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team successfully defended its World Cup title in record-breaking fashion.
Though they’re a regular season juggernaut, postseason luck has been nothing short of nightmarish for the Sagehen women’s soccer team (7-0-1, 3-0 SCIAC) in recent years.
The Sagehens (1-4-1, 0-1 SCIAC) tied Whitworth 2-2 in a double-overtime home game Sept. 14 before falling at La Verne 1-0 Wednesday.
The Sagehen women’s soccer team (5-0-1, 1-0 SCIAC) started conference play on a high note with a 4-0 beatdown of La Verne at home Wednesday.