University of La Verne men’s basketball team ended the season with an overall record of 9-16.
The University of La Verne women’s basketball team put a positive ending to its season on Wednesday night as the team walked on to the Occidental court and out played them to a 62-45 victory.
The University of La Verne women’s basketball team has had a tough season, but has never quit in its pursuit for excellence.
Even without a head coach, the Hope International Royals can play with a winning attitude, and on Tuesday night, they demonstrated this ability to compete without leadership, as the Royals handed the University of La Verne’s women basketball team its fifth loss of the season, 75-55.
A 20-point deficit that lasted the nearly entire game led to the demise of the University of La Verne men’s basketball team in its 92-70 defeat to host Chapman University on Wednesday night.
Shake to the left. Crossover right. Then make way because the Leopards are about to blow up the rim like DYN-O-MITE!
He came to become part of the team, and now he leads the team.
It is great to see a large portion of a university’s community come together in support of one of its own. But when that individual is Bob Knight, it is absolutely disheartening.
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.
A good thing this week was that the main focus of the first annual Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Delta Theta charity basketball game were the children of the LeRoy Haynes Center. The event was held in the Supertents Monday night.