With a 14-0 record (16-4 overall), head coach Mark Truver's girls entered Div. II CIF playoffs as the No. 4 seed. The Pointers destroyed first-round opponent and No.13 seed Mission Hills by a 17-1 margin.
Next up was No. 5 seed Santana and their season was also ended by the Pointers in a 13-5 victory.
This quarterfinal win sent the Pointers against No. 1 seed Carlsbad in a match that saw the Lancers prevail 10-4 to halt the girls' title quest. Pacific Ridge later defeated Carlsbad 10-8 for the Div. II title.
Individual matches later gave players further opportunities to prove their skills. Sophomore Taylor Kunin-Ur fought her way to the singles finals before losing to Olivia Madalang of High Tech High San Diego.
Seniors Zoe Latham and Tatum Berblinger won the league's doubles finals, defeating the No. 1 seeded pair from University City.
Seniors Sierra King and Lauren Burdine made it to an all-Pointers doubles finals before losing to teammates Latham and Berblinger in straight sets.
The five players listed above were all named to the All-Eastern League First Team.
Senior Jenna Calin and junior Emma Stacy earned fifth-place in league doubles and qualified for the CIF individual tournament.
Team honors included:
Captains: seniors Calin, Latham and Retta Karpinski.
Most Valuable Player: Kunin-Ur.
Most Overall Wins and Matches Played: Burdine.
Rookie of the Year: Calin.
Most Improved Doubles Player: Latham.
Most Improved Singles Player: Karpinski,
Sportsmanship Award: Junior Lauren Cegelski.
Coach John Murphy Award: Berblinger.