Pomona-Pitzer Athletics Hall of Fame
The Pomona-Pitzer Athletics Hall of Fame began in 1958 with three members inducted into the inaugural class: Robert Strehle (track and field), Earl Merritt (football, baseball, basketball and track) and John McColl (football, basketball, track and field).
A total of 301 people and two entire team have earned their way into the Pomona-Pitzer Hall of Fame in its 57 years of existence (through the 2017 induction class), with the 1992 Women's Tennis National Championship team earning an induction as a group in 2002 as well as the 1987 Men's Track and Field 4x400 meter relay team. The Hall of Fame committee votes each year from nominations among from student-athletes who are 10 years or more removed from their final seasons of competition. In addition, important figures in Pomona-Pitzer Athletics history can earn inductions into the Hall of Fame as an hononary member or for distinguished service.
The five inductees include Laura Miyoko Condon Vera (Water Polo/Swim and Dive), Kathy Finn-Senseman (Basketball/Softball/Track and Field), Jase Turner (Baseball), Carl Swanson (Tennis) and Anna Renery (Soccer).