(16-23 overall, 6-18 SCIAC)
Competing against several nationally ranked teams, the Sagehens continued to improve throughout the season, highlighted by a two-game sweep of rival Chapman University, and a 10-7 road win over SCIAC champs Redlands, only the second win over the Bulldogs in program history. Ali Corley ’11 was named to the All-SCIAC first team and Caitlyn Hynes ’14 was named to the All-SCIAC second team.
(27-12 overall, 17-11 SCIAC)
David Colvin PI ’11 led the conference in strikeouts, innings pitched and complete games, and was named to the All-SCIAC first team, his fourth all-conference selection. Nick Frederick ’11, selected to the All-SCIAC first team, led the conference in batting and total hits, and was second in RBIs. Erik Munzer PI ’13 and Tim Novom ’14 were named to the all-conference second team.
Women’s Track and Field
(Seventh place SCIAC)
Annie Lydens ’13 won the 1,500- and 5,000-meter events to earn All-SCIAC honors, along with the 4-by-400 relay team of Dot Silverman ’14, Isabelle Ambler ’13, Heidi Leonard ’12 and Roxy Cook PI ’13. Lydens also qualified in both the 1,500- and 5,000-meter events for the NCAA Championships, finishing second in the 5,000 to earn All-American honors.
Men’s Track and Field
(Seventh place SCIAC)
At the SCIAC Championships, Anders Crabo ’12 won the 3000-meter steeplechase and Colin Flynn PI ’12 won the 1500, garnering all-conference recognition. All-SCIAC honors also went to John Lewis ’12, Charles Enscoe ’11, Alex Johnson PI ’13, Mike Grier ’11 and Matt Owen PI ’14. Crabo and Enscoe both qualified for nationals in the steeplechase.
(17-4 overall, 9-1 SCIAC)
The Sagehens won the SCIAC Championship tournament title, earning an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament and the top seed in the West region. Jamie Solomon PI ’13, Kara Wang ’13 and Arthi Padmanabhan ’14 were named to the All-SCIAC first team, while Nicole Holsted ’12 and Samantha Chao ’14 were named to the second team. The team was ranked second in the West region and seventh in the nation. Solomon qualified for the NCAA Championship Tournament in singles while Solomon and Wang competed in doubles. Solomon was named ITA West Region “Player to Watch,” and Assistant Coach Brittany Biebl was named ITA West Region Assistant Coach of the Year.
(17-4 overall, 7-2 SCIAC)
The Sagehens finished second in the conference, third place in the West region and seventh in the country, qualifying for the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2001. Tommy Meyer ’12 and Chris Wiechert PI ’14 were named to the All-SCIAC first team, while Frankie Allinson ’13 made the second team. Meyer advanced to the quarterfinals in the NCAA singles championships, hosted by Pomona-Pitzer, and was named an NCAA Singles All-American, his second consecutive award. Wiechert was named ITA West Region Rookie of the Year and ITA National Rookie of the Year. Head Coach Ben Belletto was named ITA West Region Coach of the Year
(Sixth place SCIAC)
John Hasse ’12 was named to the All-SCIAC second team.
The women’s golf team completed its first season as a varsity sport, and recorded the program’s first win against Occidental.
Women’s Water Polo
(9-19 overall, 5-5 SCIAC)
The Sagehens finished fourth in conference, but defeated SCIAC champion Redlands as well as nationally ranked Cal State Bakersfield. Tamara Perea PI ’11 was named SCIAC Player of the Year for the second consecutive year. Perri Hopkins PI ’12 was named to the all-conference first team, while Annie Oxborough-Yankus PI ’12 was named to the second team.
(10-8 overall, 4-6 SCIAC)
The Sagehens had their first winning season and advanced to the SCIAC tournament championship game. In the tournament semifinals, the team recorded the biggest win in program history, upsetting Redlands in triple overtime. Casey Leek PI ’14, Logan Galansky ’14 and Marlene Haggblade ’14 were selected to the All-SCIAC first team, while Jana London PI ’14 and Hannah T’Kindt ’11 made the second team.