Women's Water Polo: Four Sagehens Earn End Of The Year Honors

Women's Water Polo: Four Sagehens Earn End Of The Year Honors

PASADENA, Calif. – The Pomona-Pitzer women's water polo team had three athletes earn All-Conference honors with sophomore Jocelyn Castro and junior Ahsha Earwood receiving First Team All-SCIAC and junior Christina Williamson getting Second Team All-SCIAC. Pomona-Pitzer also received one athlete on the SCIAC Sportsmanship Team in senior Megan Snow.

The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference recognizes athletic excellence through its All-Conference Awards. The All-Conference selections recognize outstanding participation and performance in conference play. Nominations and votes are submitted by the head coach of each team in the conference.

Castro led the Sagehens in goals this season with 33 overall and 15 in SCIAC play. Castro ranked 12th in conference goals this season and averaged 1.22 goals per game.

Earwood led in the Sagehens in goal this season and earned First Team All-SCIAC for the second year in a row. Earwood was also a Second Team ACWPC Division III All-American selection last season. She led Pomona-Pitzer with 188 saves and tallied a 14-16 record that included two overtime wins.

Snow was the only Sagehen to be named to the Sportsmanship Team. The SCIAC recognizes student-athletes from each varsity sport who have demonstrated outstanding sportsmanship in their respective sport. These student-athletes exhibit respect for themselves, teammates, coaches, opponents and spectators. Through positive action and leadership, these student-athletes inspire others to adhere to the quality of sportsmanship the SCIAC and the NCAA endorse.

Snow tallied eight goals this season, six of which against SCIAC schools, as a defender and the only senior on a young Pomona-Pitzer squad. Snow was a SCIAC All-Academic selection a year ago and also earned ACWPC All-Academic.

The Sagehens finished the year in third place as they defeated Chapman 8-6 in the Third Place Game in the SCIAC Championships. They finish with a 14-16 overall record and a 9-2 record in SCIAC play. 


Complete List Of SCIAC Awards