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Sagehen Roundup
Results for Spring 2005

Women's Water Polo Team Wins Division III National Championship

After finishing second in their conference, Pomona-Pitzer won the Division III Women's Water Polo Championships after Lauren Moore ’05 scored against Cal State East Bay with four seconds to go in the championship game. Moore, who scored two goals in the game, was named MVP for the tournament, which was hosted in Haldeman Pool on Pomona's campus on May 6–8. Two Sagehens—Moore and Toby Branz ’05—were named first team all-SCIAC. Moore was featured in the “Faces in the Crowd” section of Sports Illustrated.

Softball (1-15 SCIAC, 2-21 overall)
Leanne Stein ’05 led the team with a .361 batting average. Kindra Wilson ’08 was named SCIAC Female Athlete of the Week in April.

Baseball (11-13 SCIAC, 18-20 overall)
The team swept CMS (Claremont-Mudd-Scripps) in the season series. In their last 15 games, they were 11-4. Jase Turner ’05 and Felipe Aguilar (Pitzer ’05) were among the league leaders in batting average, slugging percentage on base percentage and homeruns. Pitcher Michael Joannides ’08 finished 6-2 with a 3.20 era in conference play.

Women’s Track and Field (5-2 SCIAC, 5-2 overall)
At the conference championships, Amy Rapp ’06, Rebecca Sedillo ’08, Ellen Smith ’05, Lindsay Ludwick ’07, Kira Donnelly ’08 and Izzy Smith (Pitzer ’05) earned All-SCIAC honors.

Men’s Track and Field (6-1 SCIAC, 6-1 overall)
The team finished in second place in multi-duals and third place in the conference. In the conference championships, Ty Bundgaard ’06 won the high jump, Ari Polychronopoulos ’05 won the hammer, and Rich Cannon ’05 won the 1,500-meter race.

Women’s Tennis (4-6 SCIAC, 4-16 overall)
The team ranked 11th in the Western Region, 23rd in singles players. Doubles team Brittany Biebl ’07 and Jen Wilcox ’08 ranked 10th.

Men’s Tennis (5-5 SCIAC, 7-14 overall)
The team ranked 12th in the Western Region. Jeff Jablonski ’07, the 21st ranked singles player, was named second team all-SCIAC player.

Golf (2-4 SCIAC, 4-4 overall)
The regular season ended with three-straight wins.
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