The event many have been waiting for has finally arrived. The Leos are not only hosting this year’s AIAW National Volleyball tournament, but are ranked number one. That’s number one in the nation.
Last Tuesday night the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team had no problems with the lowly Athenas of Scripps College, taking a three-game sweep at Claremont, 15-7, 15-7 and 15-2.
The record was nothing to write home to Mom about. After all, at 2-7, you’d think it was “back to the drawing board” for the University of La Verne gridders.
Going into last Saturday’s game against La Verne, the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens were rated the worst team in the country by the Los Angeles Times. That’s right, the absolute worst. On the top of Steve Harvey’s “Bottom Ten” list. In fact, the Leo-Sagehen match up was tabbed as “the crummiest game of the week,” by the […]
Last week’s sports story “Spikers Defeat Occidental, Move Into First Place Tie,” suggested that the local crowd intimidated Oxy with nasty remarks.
Second place for many athletic teams is an honor, maybe even a tribute. For the University of La Verne soccer team, second place takes on a different connotation.
What’s in store for ULV women’s basketball in 1982? According to Head Coach Nancy Blickenstaff, “We’re going to surprise some people.”
They came from all walks of life and six decades. A common thread tied their lives together-football at the University of La Verne.
Why must others suffer from one person’s mistake? The answer to that question, if there is one, may hardly seem justifiable. But there is one thing for sure: it has left the University of La Verne baseball team pondering over it.
Normally when a basketball team improves its record in one season from 4-22 to 13-13 and loses only one starter for the next season, the coach would be tempted to almost claim a championship.