Women’s volleyball kicks off season with sweep of Linfield

Senior middle blocker Ayana Mier spikes the ball over the net against Linfield at the Frantz Athletic Court on Friday. The Leopards swept the Wildcats, 3-0, to open the Pacific Coast Classic Tournament. La Verne went 3-1 in the tournament, also beating St. Scholastica and Sul Ross State. / photo by Jashelle Ranson
Senior middle blocker Ayana Mier spikes the ball over the net against Linfield at the Frantz Athletic Court on Friday. The Leopards swept the Wildcats, 3-0, to open the Pacific Coast Classic Tournament. La Verne went 3-1 in the tournament, also beating St. Scholastica and Sul Ross State. / photo by Jashelle Ranson
Sophomore outside hitter Noelani Soma serves the ball against Linfield at the Frantz Athletic Court on Friday. The Leopards swept the Wildcats, 3-0. / photo by Jashelle Ranson
Sophomore outside hitter Noelani Soma serves the ball against Linfield at the Frantz Athletic Court on Friday. The Leopards swept the Wildcats, 3-0. / photo by Jashelle Ranson
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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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