Softball slides past Sagehens in sweep

La Verne senior shortstop Raeleen Tellez steals second base against Pomona-Pitzer junior second baseman Paige Oliver during the third inning of the first game in the doubleheader Friday. The Leopards slid their way to victory in their first game, 4-3, at Campus West. La Verne completed the sweep with a 9-0 win in five innings in the second game. The team carried its momentum into another doubleheader Saturday against Whittier, sweeping the Poets, 9-4 and 10-3, at Charles and Marie Palmer Field./ photo by Terrence Lewis
La Verne senior shortstop Raeleen Tellez steals second base against Pomona-Pitzer junior second baseman Paige Oliver during the third inning of the first game in the doubleheader Friday. The Leopards slid their way to victory in their first game, 4-3, at Campus West. La Verne completed the sweep with a 9-0 win in five innings in the second game. The team carried its momentum into another doubleheader Saturday against Whittier, sweeping the Poets, 9-4 and 10-3, at Charles and Marie Palmer Field. / photo by Terrence Lewis

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