With over 400 athletes across 18 teams, it is easy to take La Verne’s athletic programs for granted. But as with many great things, our sports came from very humble beginnings.
The La Verne baseball team came out strong against the Occidental Tigers, winning 2-1 in game one of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Postseason Tournament on Friday, but fell flat on Saturday – falling to Chapman 4-1, then to Cal Lutheran 5-1 in an elimination game.
Two athletes stood out this year, earning them the highest award given by the athletic department.
The La Verne baseball team concluded regular season play splitting doubleheader with Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Saturday. The Leopards took the victory in game one, 9-2, while the Stags bounced back in game two to win, 5-2.It was also Senior Day for the Leopards, as they celebrated the careers of 13 players with a pregame ceremony.
The Leopards baseball team continued to establish their dominance with two wins over the Occidental Tigers in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader Saturday at Ben Hines Field.
The Leopard baseball team continued their winning streak in a convincing victory over Redlands, shutting out the Bulldogs 8-0 in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match up at Ben Hines Field on Friday.
The Leopards baseball team won both games against the No. 13 Cal Lutheran Kingsmen in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader at Campus West Saturday.The Leopards won game one 9-7 and won game two 6-5 in 12 innings. La Verne came into the doubleheader with a 20-8 overall record and 5-5 conference record.
The University of La Verne inducted eight former student-athletes, as well as the entire 1981 women’s volleyball national championship team, into the Athletics Hall of Fame at a ceremony Saturday at Sheraton Fairplex Hotel and Conference Center.
The La Verne baseball team took a heavy loss Sunday in their game against MIT, losing 9-3.Despite a strong winning streak in two doubleheaders against Bowdoin and Caltech, the Leopards were unable to finish out their spring break series with a win.
Despite offensive inconsistency by both teams, the Leopards could only muster one win out of two against the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference baseball doubleheader Sunday at Ben Hines Field.The Leopards lost game one, 9-3, but would take game two with a score of 9-4.