Pomona-Pitzer reached the NCAA Division III football playoffs for the first time after a 28-14 win over CMS in the Sixth Street Rivalry clinched a tie for the first SCIAC title in Pomona-Pitzer history.
The Class of 2026 has been on campus for about a month and is settling into classes and extracurricular activities. Five members of the first year class share what brought them to Pomona, how it’s been so far and what their hopes are.
Pomona-Pitzer’s spacious and contemporary new Center for Athletics, Recreation and Wellness opened Friday, October 14. The Sagehens women's volleyball match against Occidental at 7 p.m. that night marks the first public event.
While other students scatter for jobs, internships and research opportunities, more than a dozen members of the Pomona-Pitzer baseball program usually pack up their gear to go play in collegiate summer leagues in the U.S. and Canada.
Jared Mejia '22, a computer science major and math minor, received the Rena Gurley Archibald High Scholarship Prize, served as a captain for the Pomona-Pitzer men's soccer team and placed on First Team All-SCIAC.