Women’s basketball holds on for the win

La Verne junior forward Kendall Stanley (24) blocks Whittier junior guard Lainie James (32) from getting the ball after a free throw shot during Saturday night’s game at Frantz Athletic Court. The Leopards beat the Poets, 62-57. They now stand at 4-11 in SCIAC play with one more game left in the season. / photo by Jashelle Ranson.
La Verne junior forward Kendall Stanley (24) blocks Whittier junior guard Lainie James (32) from getting the ball after a free throw shot during Saturday night’s game at Frantz Athletic Court. The Leopards beat the Poets, 62-57. They now stand at 4-11 in SCIAC play with one more game left in the season. / photo by Jashelle Ranson.

Jashelle Ranson, a junior photography major and business administration minor, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.

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