LAX: Eight Sagehens Earn SCIAC Postseason Honors

LAX: Eight Sagehens Earn SCIAC Postseason Honors

CLAREMONT, CA. – Eight members of the Pomona-Pitzer Lacrosse team were recognized with Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Postseason awards.

Lilly Thomey, Sal Marx, Sarah Woo and Annie Price earned First Team All-SCIAC honors while Nicole Larson, Kate Immergluck and Sammy Little earned Second Team All-SCIAC and Sonia Olson was selected to the All-Sportsmanship Team. Woo also earned SCIAC Newcomer of the Year for her first collegiate season.

Thomey led the Sagehens in points and goals this season with 60 points and finished fourth in the conference with 51 goals. Marx controlled the midfield for the Sagehens picking up a team-high 30 ground balls and was second on the team with 59 draw controls. Marx also did her fair share of scoring with 15 goals and 11 assists on the season.

Woo earned First Team All-SCIAC as well as named the Newcomer of the Year in her first collegiate season with the Sagehens. She led the team with 63 draw controls for the Sagehens and finished second among freshman in the SCIAC with goals at 43 and led all freshman in points with 50. 

Price earns her first All-SCIAC award as the goalie racked up eight wins for the Sagehens and stopped 165 shots. Price had a career year for Pomona-Pitzer including a career-high 22 saves against Colorado College.

Three more Sagehens earned Second Team All-SCIAC in Immergluck, Little and Larson. Immergluck made an impact in her first season with the Sagehens as the freshman tallied 34 points off of 28 goals and six assists. Larson and Little earn All-SCIAC for their work on the defense this season. Larson and Little each netted one goal this season but led a defense with the second lowest goals allowed in the SCIAC this season.

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. The women's lacrosse sportsmanship Team consists of a student-athlete from each team that exemplifies these ideals.

Olson was selected for Pomona-Pitzer and had a terrific year for the Sagehens with 44 points coming from 37 goals and seven assists as an attacker.

Complete List of SCIAC Awards