Despite the constant downpour of rain Southern California has experienced of late, the baseball team squeezed in a doubleheader Sunday against Menlo College and a game in Santa Clarita against Master’s College on Wednesday.
For a San Diego native, I was very disturbed when I went to the San Diego Union-Tribune web page this week and saw that there was an 11th hour meeting scheduled for Wednesday between outfielder Tony Gwynn and the Padres.
With the late August resignation of University of La Verne baseball coach Bobby Lee and men’s basketball coach Dan Mulville, the University Athletics Department has harbored some new faces in personnel for the 2000-01 Leopards seasons.
Baseball season is heating up, the NBA playoffs are in full swing, MLS is underway and the final is set for the Champions League (European soccer cup). All of this can mean only one thing-it’s prediction time.
Although they let a nine-run lead slip away in their third game, the University of La Verne Leopards managed to take two of three games from the University of Redlands Bulldogs last Friday and Saturday.
With a powerful offensive demonstration, the University of La Verne baseball team warmed up for the final stretch of the season.
The University of La Verne baseball team was far too talented for the Beavers to contain. The Leopards swept Caltech in last weekend’s series to bring their record to 12-3 in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
After a close 12-11 victory over Pacific University of Oregon on March 18, the University of La Verne baseball team has fallen upon hard times, and has managed only one win in its last six games.
Why must others suffer from one person’s mistake? The answer to that question, if there is one, may hardly seem justifiable. But there is one thing for sure: it has left the University of La Verne baseball team pondering over it.