A van carrying eight individuals affiliated with the University of La Verne basketball program was involved in a multiple vehicle collision on the 210 freeway returning to the main campus from Occidental College at approximately 9:30 Monday night.
Women’s basketball head coach Julie Kline should chalk Friday’s game up as a learning experience. The undersized and less experienced Leopards took a 75-51 visiting loss to a dominating Pomona-Pitzer squad, 75-51.
Kevin Gustafson and Jason Riley helped the University of La Verne Leopards overcome a 43-34 halftime deficit en route to a 83-75 away victory over previously unbeaten Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. Four days later, ULV downed Whittier in overtime in the Supertents to improve their record to 13-9, 7-4 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play.
Few games have been played, but the University of La Verne women’s basketball team is already seeing the impact of its hard work. The Leopards squared off against the College of Notre Dame Argonauts on Saturday in the Supertents, and although they lost, 58-50, the game served as a good reference point in tracking their […]
Junior guard Kevin Gustafson hit a three-point basket to give the University of La Verne a 68-67 lead with five minutes to play. With 52 seconds left in the game, Gustafson repeated the dosage to increase the Leopards lead to 76-72 on their way to a Wednesday night victory over Chapman University, 78-77, in the […]
University of La Verne men’s basketball faced off against La Sierra Tuesday and shot down the Golden Eagles’ easily, winning 71-53.
The sounds of hard work can be heard on weeknights in the Supertents. Yells of encouragement from teammate to teammate, the basketball bouncing off the hardwood, and 13 pairs of shoes stomping down as the players change direction during sprints.
After finishing third in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) the last two seasons and narrowly missing the playoffs last year, the University of La Verne men’s basketball team (10-4, 14-11 overall) begins its season tonight with a group of players with limited collegiate experience.
Dennis Rodman should, by now, be given an ultimatum by the executive staff of the Los Angeles Lakers forcing him to stay or leave.
With the Leopards losing to host Pomona-Pitzer and a Claremont-Mudd-Scripps victory over Occidental, the Leopards ended the season in third place.