Sagehens forward Ka Kiu (Kyle) Lau '25 donned his home city’s uniform last fall at the Olympics-styled multi-sport extravaganza, playing in front of thousands of fans during Hong Kong’s historic run to a fourth-place finish in soccer.
Several runners on Pomona-Pitzer's men's cross country team raced independently as first-year Sagehens at the outset of the COVID-19 pandemic. As seniors this fall, they captured the program's third NCAA title in four years.
Pomona-Pitzer's women's soccer team is on the cusp of capturing a fifth consecutive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular-season championship. That's not all the Sagehens hope to win this season.
ACEing Autism's mission is to improve the behavioral, social and motor skills of children with autism through tennis. Last year, Sagehen tennis players Rohun Krishnan '24 and Matthew Feng '24 brought the program to Pomona College.
On Saturday, October 6, 1923, the Sagehens of Pomona College played USC in the first varsity college football game ever played on the field of the then-new Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The stadium is celebrating its centennial in 2023.
Peter Heckendorn ’22 has been awarded a Coro Fellowship for Public Affairs for 2023-2024. He will learn about how policies are shaped through meetings with city leaders, rotational field placements across various industries and weekly seminars.
Pomona-Pitzer’s Angie Zhou ’25 claimed the 2023 NCAA Division III singles championship in women’s tennis with a 6-2, 6-2 victory over Babson's Olivia Soffer on May 22 at the USTA National Campus in Orlando, Florida.