Leopard Scoreboard

At the Buzzer

Baseball, March 22
Caltech – 0
La Verne – 7

Softball, March 22
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 11
La Verne – 3

Track and Field, March 22

Women’s 4×100-meter relay
La Verne – 14th (53.03)

Men’s 4×100-meter relay
La Verne – 4th (42.37)

Women’s 100-meter hurdles
Jazzlyn Johnson – 28th 

Men’s 110-meter hurdles
Zachary Reid – 3rd
Joshua Collier – 4th 

Women’s 400-meter dash
Princess Macon – 37th

Men’s 400-meter dash
Austin Haines – 32nd
Jayden Figueroa – 39th
Hunter Bond – 40th

Women’s 100-meter dash
Dawson Bell – 26th
Emily Hernandez – 57th

Men’s 100-meter dash
Tyler Thomas – 7th
LaVaughn Smooth – 27th
Ivan Estrada – 34th
Russel Maxie – 40th
Gabriel Candalaio – 62nd
Bryce Edwards – 65th

Women’s 800-meter run
Sarai Cruz – 40th
Kaliah Ramirez – 45th
Isabella Salinas – 47th
Alma Lopez – 48th 

Men’s 800-meter run
Zyeir Shabete – 16th
Nicolas Saenz – 23rd
Isaac Stockton – 33rd

Men’s 400-meter hurdles
Joshua Collier – 5th

Women’s 200-meter dash
Dawson Bell – 32nd

Men’s 200- meter dash
Tyler Thomas – 10th
Ivan Estrada – 19th
Russel Maxie – 34th
Davion Fields – 37th
Austin Haines – 46th
Gabriel Candalario – 66th
Bryce Edwards 67th

Women’s 1500-meter run
Marissa Hehir – 44th
Liz Garcia – 71st
Jenna Schwarz – 81st

Men’s 1500-meter run
Finn McClure – 35
Jared Albaugh – 60th
Devin Alanis – 84th
Sasha Hale – 93rd

Women’s 4×400-meter relay
La Verne – 7th (5:07.09)

Men’s 4×400-meter relay
La Verne – 5th (3:24.55)

Women’s 5000-meter run
Gwen Maddox – 24th
Madison Bravo – 40th
Daisy Bravo – 41st

Men’s 5000-meter run
AJ Reyes – 3rd
Santiago Herrera – 23rd
Thomas Taniguchi – 43rd
Edward Carrillo – 58th

Men’s 10,000-meter run
Fernando Cortez – 5th
Roberto Reynoso – 16th

Men’s Long Jump
Hunter Bond – 21st

Women’s Discus Throw
Madison Xie – 14th

Men’s Javelin Throw
Michael Benschop – 19th

Baseball, March 23
La Verne – 8
Caltech – 0

Baseball, March 23
La Verne – 12
Caltech – 0

Women’s Water Polo, March 23
La Verne – 11
Occidental – 5

Softball, March 24
La Verne – 3
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 4

Men’s Golf, March 26
La Verne – 8th (+70)
Individual
Jason Bustos – 12th (+11)
Jay Alvarado Wing – 28th (+17)
Patrick Lagura – 36th (+19)
David Cho – 44th (+23)
Connor Askey – 60th (+31)

Softball, March 27
Oberlin – 3
La Verne – 2

Softball, March 27
Oberlin – 0
La Verne – 11

Women’s Water Polo, March 27
Pomona-Pitzer – 13
La Verne – 7

Baseball, March 28
Pacific Lutheran – 2
La Verne – 4

Baseball, March 29
Pacific Lutheran – 5
La Verne – 7

Softball, March 29
La Verne – 0
Cal Lutheran – 5

Baseball, March 29
Pacific Lutheran – 16
La Verne – 5

Softball, March 29
La Verne – 10
Cal Lutheran – 1

Track and Field, March 30

Women’s 100-meter hurdles
Jazzlyn Johnson – 1st (17.58)

Men’s 110-meter hurdles
Joshua Collier – 1st (15.68)
Zachary Reid – 2nd (15.83)

Women’s 4×100-meter relay
La Verne – 3rd (54.31)

Men’s 4×100-meter relay
La Verne – 1st (44.05)

Women’s 1500-meter run
Gwen Maddox – 4th (5:19.31)
Jenna Schwarz – 8th (5:42.06)

Men’s 1500-meter run
Finn McClure – 5th (4:13.03)
Jared Albaugh – 6th (4:16.94)
Andres Flores-Marquez – 8th (4:19.23)
Noah Ramos – 12th (4:24.58)
Roberto Reynoso – 13th (4:25.05)
Devin Alanis – 14th (4:30.65)

Women’s 400-meter dash
Dawson Bell – 4th (1:07.10)
Peyton Carrera – 6th (1:12.06)

Men’s 400-meter dash
Gabriel Candalario – 7th (57:28)

Men’s 100-meter dash
Ivan Estrada – 3rd (11.67)
Davion Fields – 6th (11.80)
Austin Haines – 7th (11.82)
Russel Maxie – 10th (11.98)

Women’s 800-meter run
Marissa Hehir – 1st (2:27.25)
Sarai Cruz – 4th (2:41.23)
Liz Garcia – 6th (2:46.60)
Alma Lopez – 10th (3:10.56)

Men’s 800-meter run
Zyeir Shabete – 2nd (2:03.89)
Nicolas Saenz – 3rd (2:04.28)
Isaac Stockton – 4th (2:07.78)
Devin Alanis – 6th (2:12.42)
Jared Albaugh – 7th (2:14.02)
Andres Flores-Marquez – 8th (2:15.60)

Women’s 200-meter dash
Eriell Duckworth – 7th (31.40)
Princess Macon – 8th (32.79)

Men’s 200-meter dash
Jayden Figueroa – 1st (23.61)
Isaiah Dodson – 6th (27.37)
Dhruv Patel – 7th (27.55)

Men’s Hammer Throw
Michael Benschop – 6th (29.11m)

Women’s Hammer Throw
Madison Xie – 10th (28.03m)

Women’s Javelin Throw
Emily Hernandez – 8th (20.56m)
Madison Xie – 10th (17.23m)

Men’s Javelin Throw
Hunter Bond – 3rd (36.63m)
Michael Benschop – 6th (31.39m)

Women’s Water Polo, April 3
La Verne – 3
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 17

Schedule

Friday
Baseball at Pomona-Pitzer, 3 p.m.
Softball at Occidental, 3 p.m.

Saturday
Men’s and women’s track and field at Pomona-Pitzer, 9 a.m.
Men’s and women’s golf, SCIAC 2 at Mountain Meadows Golf Course, 10 a.m.
Women’s water polo at Chapman, 11 a.m.
Baseball vs Pomona-Pitzer, 11 a.m.
Softball vs Occidental, noon
Baseball vs Pomona-Pitzer, 2 p.m.
Softball vs Occidental, 2 p.m.

Sunday
Men’s and women’s golf, SCIAC 2 at Mountain Meadows Golf Course, 10 a.m.

Tuesday
Softball vs Cal Lutheran, 4 p.m.

Softball Standings

SCIACOverall
Claremont-Mudd-Scripps2-011-6
Cal Lutheran4-17-8
Redlands5-319-8
Pomona-Pitzer3-210-11
Whittier 2-211-8
Chapman1-210-8
La Verne2-58-15
Occidental 0-35-13
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