Though the men’s soccer team stayed dialed in to all of its games, it was unable to reach its goal of making it into the SCIAC postseason tournament.
The women’s soccer team left sweat, tears and most importantly heart on the field as it finished it’s 2014 season Saturday, placing sixth in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Women’s soccer shined on senior night, as the team closed out its season with a 2-0 win against the Whittier Poets Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
The men’s soccer team fought hard, winning two of their last three games, trying to clinch a spot in the Southern California Intercollegiate postseason tournament.
The men’s soccer team hope to get a spot in the Southern California Intercollegiate postseason tournament, after a hard fought win, 2-1, against the Redlands Bulldogs Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Junior midfielder Carlee Chien attempts to make it past Pomona-Pitzer’s sophomore defender Jamie Kerester, in hopes of breaking the tie and winning the game during the first overtime of Saturday’s game at Ortmayer Stadium.
The Leopards were not able to get past all the penalty calls called against them and were turned away when they tried to answer back, resulting in a Leopards loss, 2-1, to No. 23 Pomona-Pitzer Saturday.
The men’s soccer team brought the heat, defeating the Whittier Poets, 1-0, Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
The women’s soccer team defeated Occidental, 1-0 Wednesday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Athletes are public figures. They should be role models and should not be allowed to play when they have criminal charges pending, whether they are women or men.