It was a showcase of talent Wednesday night when the University of La Verne’s baseball team defeated Chapman University, the No. 2 team in the nation for Division III.
The smell of hotdogs, the sound of the fans cheering, and the loud crack of the bat signals to on-comers that the 2002 University of La Verne’s men’s baseball season has begun.
Expectations are high for all University athletics entering their 2001-2002 season.
A La Verne native has proven to be the ace of the University of La Verne baseball team’s pitching staff and an all-around exceptional guy.
Baseball closed their season strong with seven wins out of their last 10 games.
After winning a blowout against Pomona-Pitzer Friday, the University of La Verne baseball team had a hard time picking up where it left off on Saturday, dropping two games to the Sagehens.
For the University of La Verne baseball team, last weekend’s competition at the California Invitational brought the best of times and the worst of times as the Leopards finished 3-3.
Six former athletes were inducted into the University of La Verne Hall of Fame Saturday, March 17.
A University of La Verne senior is interning as an athletic trainer for the Atlanta Braves Minor League Organization in Orlando, Fla.
The University of La Verne baseball team (8-5, 3-0) has proven to have an overpowering arsenal of offensive weapons with wins over Caltech and DeSales University on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, in which they outscored their opponents 70-8 over a span of four games, but failed to make use of them in a 6-1 loss […]