CLAREMONT, CA. – Six members of the Pomona-Pitzer Women's Soccer team were tabbed to the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) All-Conference teams as announced by the league office on Wednesday.
The Sagehens had three First Team All-SCIAC selections in senior midfielder Abby Onderwyzer Gold, sophomore midfielder Bria VarnBuhler and sophomore goalkeeper Isa Berardo as well as three Second Team All-SCIAC selection with sophomore forward Lily Gane, senior defender Molly Mosher and junior midfielder Sarah Jones.
Onderwyzer Gold led the Sagehens this season with 17 points and a team-high eight goals. She was tabbed First Team All-SCIAC for the second-straight season as she scored in six of the game she appeared in this season with two multi-goal games.
VarnBuhler earned the distinction of First Team All-SCIAC for the first time in career as the sophomore finished one point behind Onderwyzer Gold with 16 points on six goals and four assists. She has one game-winning goal this season and has been a force in the midfield all season long for the Sagehens.
Berardo also earned First Team All-SCIAC in her first season as the premier goalkeeper for the Sagehens. The sophomore tallied a career-high 71 saves this season for a .789 save percentage to go along with three shutouts.
Gane Earned Second Team All-SCIAC as a forward after she moved into the starting lineup early on in the season as she started in 15 of the 19 games she appeared in. Gane tallied a career-high with 14 points on six goals and two assists while she netted three game-winning goals for the Sagehens.
Mosher and Jones also earned Second Team All-SCIAC honors. Mosher and Jones both earned All-SCIAC honors for the first time in their careers as Mosher played a key role in the Sagehens' defense all season long making 18 starts in 19 games. She helped the defense shutout eight teams this season and also has an assist to her name from the back line.
Jones earned All-SCIAC honors in her first season as a Sagehens as the junior transfer bounced between the midfield and defense this season. Jones started all 19 games she appeared in this season and tallied one assist.
Pomona-Pitzer finished the year with a 9-7-3 overall record and 6-5-3 in conference play, which earned them the No. 2 seed in the SCIAC Tournament.