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.
La Verne coaches and players have been trying to adapt new and efficient ways of continuing the athletic department ever since the University closed its campus for the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Leopards bounced back following a disappointing 4-1 away loss to Cal Lutheran, as they hosted the final two games of the series last weekend, shutting out the Regals 8-0 in game one then winning game two handily, 11-3.
The La Verne Leopards had a magnificent win over the Redlands Bulldogs Friday at Ben Hines Field, 4-3.
The Leopards softball team lost to Linfield in a double header on Sunday, breaking their undefeated record.
The La Verne softball team won both games against the Pacific Lutheran Lutes, 4-2 and 5-4, Friday afternoon.
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.
After missing playoffs last season with a 17-23 overall record, the La Verne softball team looks to return to form with the addition of new head coach Dennis Blas.
It is not often that a team is consistent year after year in winning championships. When a team is so good for so long, the word ‘dynasty’ comes to mind. The only thing harder than winning a championship is maintaining that level of consistency that got you there in the first place, season after season.
It was a game of senior moments and emotions as the La Verne softball team finished out their season frying the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens on Senior Day.