Leopards back to work on the diamond

La Verne baseball players warm-up before practice by running sprints at Ben Hines Field on Monday. The baseball team returned to in-person practices March 29 after the University lifted its COVID-related restrictions on team sports activities. The players running are, from left to right, Jaylon Fong, sophomore pitcher; Will Waxman, freshman pitcher; Patrick Perez, infielder; Chase Siffert, sophomore infielder; Vicente Molina, sophomore catcher; Anthony Salcedo, sophomore infielder; Cameron Slessor, sophomore infielder; Miguel España, sophomore infielder; Phillip Rojas, junior outfielder, and Luke Garcia, sophomore outfielder. / photo by Emily Alvarez
La Verne baseball players warm-up before practice by running sprints at Ben Hines Field on Monday. The baseball team returned to in-person practices March 29 after the University lifted its COVID-related restrictions on team sports activities. The players running are, from left to right, Jaylon Fong, sophomore pitcher; Will Waxman, freshman pitcher; Patrick Perez, infielder; Chase Siffert, sophomore infielder; Vicente Molina, sophomore catcher; Anthony Salcedo, sophomore infielder; Cameron Slessor, sophomore infielder; Miguel España, sophomore infielder; Phillip Rojas, junior outfielder, and Luke Garcia, sophomore outfielder. / photo by Emily Alvarez
Pitchers freshman Will Waxman, senior Logan Frye and junior Gerald Terry work on pitching drills in the bullpen at Ben Hines Field on Monday. / photo by Emily Alvarez
Pitchers freshman Will Waxman, senior Logan Frye and junior Gerald Terry work on pitching drills in the bullpen at Ben Hines Field on Monday. / photo by Emily Alvarez

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