In-person activities for University of La Verne athletics are currently on hold due to the pandemic, but student-athletes are staying prepared for the possible return of their sports in the spring.
Aside from figuring out how to keep players in shape for next season, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused University of La Verne coaches to adapt to a new process of one of the most important parts of their job: recruiting.
Senior Day did not go the way the Leopards hoped for as they lost their season finale to the Chapman Panthers 28-17 at Ortmayer Stadium on Saturday.
The Leopards fell short of an incredible comeback, losing 20-15 to the Cal Lutheran Kingsmen at Ortmayer Stadium on Saturday.
A different offensive approach and a suffocating defense helped the Leopards win a tough 27-20 matchup over the Occidental Tigers at Kemp Stadium on Saturday.
After a disheartening 49-14 loss to the hands of Pomona-Pitzer last week, the La Verne Leopards bounced back with a much needed win over Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rival Whittier, 50-30
With over 400 athletes across 18 teams, it is easy to take La Verne’s athletic programs for granted. But as with many great things, our sports came from very humble beginnings.
Kyeesha “Mika” Makekau, a native of the state of Hawaii, arrived at the University of La Verne this semester to become the first ever female football player.
The Leopards fell to the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 49-14, in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference football matchup Saturday at Merrits Field in Claremont.
La Verne notched a huge win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener Saturday, upsetting the defending champs in overtime, 20-17, at Ortmayer Stadium.