About the Program

About the Program

The Sagehen Women’s Tennis team has been one of the most outstanding NCAA Division III programs throughout the past two decades. 

Pomona-Pitzer earned the NCAA Division III national championship in 1992 with a 5-4 win over Kenyon, and has consistently been ranked in the top 10 in the nation ever since. The Sagehens have also produced several individual national champions, most recently Siobhan Finicane, who won the NCAA Division III singles title in 2008.

Pomona-Pitzer Women’s Tennis represents student-athletes who excel in the classroom and on the court.  We are proud of the number of Academic All-Americans as well as the NCAA National Champions and All-Americans that the Sagehen tennis program has produced. 

The Sagehen philosophy is to develop each player’s potential as a player, student, and person. The program supports the philosophy of strong academic study and performance, while maximizing one’s talents and abilities as an athlete and person.  Sagehen tennis epitomizes the development of the whole person in a team setting, while providing the student-athlete all the necessary tools for personal and team success.  

A strong practice regimen and competitive schedule coupled with great tennis facilities, ideal tennis weather, and wonderful team camaraderie make Sagehen women’s tennis one of the best programs in the nation.