Leopard Scoreboard

At the Buzzer

Baseball, April 19
La Verne – 4
Chapman – 1

Softball, April 19
Chapman – 6
La Verne – 2

Women’s Water Polo, April 20
La Verne – 9
Whittier – 8

Baseball, April 20
Chapman – 7
La Verne – 10

Softball, April 20
La Verne – 2
Chapman – 1

Baseball, April 20
Chapman – 5
La Verne – 7

Softball, April 20
La Verne – 6
Chapman – 7

Baseball, April 24
La Verne – 16
Masters – 6

Track and Field, April 17-20
Women’s 1500 Meter
10th – Marissa Hehir 4:44.97
Men’s 100 Meter
30th – Tyler Thomas 10.71
Men’s 200 Meter
18th – Tyler Thomas 21.40
Men’s 110 Meter Hurdles
18th – Zachary Reid 14.59


Baseball vs. Whittier, 3 p.m.

Baseball @ Whittier, 11 a.m.
Baseball @ Whittier, 2 p.m.
Men’s and women’s track and field @ SCIAC Track and Field Championships, all day

Men’s and women’s golf @ SCIAC Championship Tournament, all day
Men’s and women’s track and field @ SCIAC Track and Field Championships, all day

Softball Standings

Cal Lutheran7-610-13
La Verne6-1212-22


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