La Verne junior running back Martaveous Holliday gains yardage before being brought down by the Whittier defense in the third quarter Saturday.
A festive Homecoming day ended on a low note for the Leopards, with a 17-7 loss to rival Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Junior wide receiver Brandon Long runs the ball for a short gain before being brought down in the fourth quarter, with La Verne trailing against Chapman, 31-15.
The win gave La Verne a 1-0 start in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
Football returned to action with a 33-25 win against Puget Sound Saturday, as the University of La Verne hosted the Loggers at Ortmayer Stadium for their first non-conference game of the season.
James Washington spoke about the effects of choices on achieving personal goals in his presentation “It’s Not How You Start, It’s How You Finish” Tuesday in the Campus Center to an audience of more than 80.
With a little over two minutes left in the final quarter of Super Bowl LI, Tom Brady was ready to cement his legacy as the greatest quarterback to ever play in the NFL. The only problem, however, was he was already there.
The record for most receptions in the Leopards’ football program for 33 years was 123 – until senior wide receiver Alex Arellano decided to change it.
In their last home game of the season, the Leopards were tackled for a close loss by the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 21-20, Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Junior running back Robert Fernandez holds back Claremont Mudd-Scripps junior linebacker Robby Weissenfels in the last quarter, to make room for senior wide receiver Alex Arellano against the Stags Saturday at Burns Stadium.