After winning a neck-and-neck 16-12 game against Whittier, the Sagehens remained perfect throughout the 2022 season and became titled as SCIAC champions.
Standing at second place in the conference standings behind the 8-0 P-P Sagehens, the Athenas are close behind after wins against CalTech and Chapman, improving their record to 8-1.
Despite facing DI and DII competition in preseason waters, P-P women’s water polo pulled out a surprising victory against DII Biola University.
The former P-P water polo player, now 24, has turned to the analytic side of sports and now tracks performance data for the New York Yankees.
The Pomona-Pitzer men’s water polo team (24-9, 14-0 SCIAC) capped off an undefeated run in the SCIAC with a comfortable 11-4 victory against Sixth Street rivals Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (16-11, 10-4 SCIAC) Nov. 18, to win their third straight SCIAC championship. However, water polo at P-P is far from over this year;
Track: Sagehen Men Win First Title Since 1991, Athenas Extend Streak To Four Years The Pomona-Pitzer men and Claremont-Mudd-Scripps women ran away with conference titles after an eventful SCIAC championship track meet at University of Redlands April 27-28. The Sagehen men won for the first time in 27 years
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s water polo team (20-10, 14-0 SCIAC) celebrated senior day in a big way April 20 at Haldeman Pool, demolishing Chapman University (10-17, 6-8 SCIAC) 16-2 to cap off an undefeated season against SCIAC opponents. Before the game started, the Sagehens honored the two seniors on the
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s water polo team (18-10, 13-0 SCIAC) clinched the regular-season SCIAC title for the second year in a row Wednesday night with a blowout 18-1 victory over winless Caltech (0-22, 0-14 SCIAC). The Sagehens got off to a fast start and didn’t let up throughout the entire
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas (14-9, 7-3 SCIAC) hustled Wednesday evening to keep up with the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens at Axelrood Pool, finishing the first half of the women’s water polo matchup 2-2. However, CMS eventually ran out of gas and sputtered out in the second half, allowing the Sagehens (17-9, 8-0
As first-years, the Pomona-Pitzer women’s water polo class of 2018 fell 7-6 in the SCIAC championship game, losing in a heartbreaker to Whittier College. They would win 19 conference matches and lose only three in the following two seasons — but two of the three total losses were at