With an impressive second-place finish in Monday’s Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference 18-Hole Tournament at Sierra La Verne Country Club, the University of La Verne golf team solidified its hold on fourth place.
Playing the same 18 holes as members of the Professional Golfers Association can be quite exhilarating.
Members of the University of La Verne’s golf team enjoyed a narrow one-point victory over hosting Pomona-Pitzer at Mountain Meadows on Thursday, improving its record to 4-1.
Following a well played round by the University of La Verne golf team in the Cal Lutheran Kingsmen Invitational, the Leopards traveled to Annandale Country Club to face Occidental Monday but came up 10 strokes short in a 315-325 loss.
Sports results and schedule for the week of March 27, 1998.
Led by sophomore Paul Gomez, the University of La Verne’s golf team defeated Whittier College by shooting 326 to Whittier’s 385 at the course of Friendly Hills in Whittier on Tuesday.
Following up a week of good performances, the University of La Verne golf team travelled to Torrey Pines Municipal Golf Course in San Diego last Friday and Saturday to compete in the Southern California Intercollegiate Golf Championships.
The University of La Verne golf team is once again off to a great start in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) play after defeating Caltech last Friday and Chapman on Wednesday at Sierra La Verne Country Club.
After opening the season with losses to Point Loma and Chapman, the University of La Verne golf team began the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) with a win over the visiting Redlands Bulldogs, 326-331, on Monday.