Senior kinesiology major and forward for La Verne women’s soccer team Jessica Hernandez finished the 2017 season with eight goals and two assists.
After winning only three games and scoring just seven goals last season the La Verne women’s soccer team kicked-off this season with a flying start winning six of their first 8 games and drawing two others.
Junior kinesiology major Josh Ramirez tried it all growing up: baseball, football, basketball. He even wished he had ventured into hockey and lacrosse. But Ramirez only truly found his element among the rectangular lines of a soccer field and early father-son memories of the ‘beautiful game.’
The women’s soccer team lost to the Redlands Bulldogs 1-0 Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium, missing an opportunity to clinch a conference postseason berth.
The women’s soccer team moved into second place after beating the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 1-0, in a nail-biter Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
With early goals in both halves and overall domination, the men’s soccer team beat Caltech with big numbers for the second time this season in a 3-0 victory Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
Despite managing a 2-0 lead and playing with a one-man advantage for 55 minutes, the men’s soccer team tied 2-2 in overtime against the undefeated Redlands, Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
The women’s soccer team hosted Occidental Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium as junior midfielder Juna Bouchekara secured the Leopards’ three points with only 18 seconds remaining in the game.
After 110 minutes of play and numerous chances accumulated, the men’s soccer team was held back to a 1-1 tie in their clash against Pomona-Pitzer Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
The women’s soccer team beat the Whittier Poets 2-1 in a nail-biter Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium, in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.