Participating in two league conferences tor the first time this spring, the men’s volleyball team has earned an overall record of 12-22.
Barry Tyler, who has already qualified to travel to the Division Ill national championships in the long jump, makes his jump at the SCIAC championships last weekend at Pomona-Pitzer.
by Ed Castro Staff Writer If the University of La Verne baseball team has any hopes of winning a game in post-season action this year, it will first have to cure its problem of not being able to beat teams that are not part of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC). This past weekend […]
After waiting a year for the Santa Fe Railroad to release property on the southwest corner of First and E Streets (where the train station was once located), the University of La Verne has purchased the one-acre parcel of land for $200,000. The land will provide parking space for the newly-proposed dormitory to be built […]
Tim Wells, a ULV sophomore, was released from the Pomona Valley Hospital (PVH) a week ago, after suffering a fractured skull. Wells, a player on the junior varsity baseball team, was injured while pitching during a game against Occidental College on the evening of April 22.
In the 72-year history of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC), only two teams have ever gone undefeated. The first was in 1954 when the Occidental College Tigers went 8-0. The second happened Tuesday when the University of La Verne Leopards completed an 18-0 sweep of the conference.
All the University of La Verne baseball team needs to do to end its season with an undefeated record in league competition is defeat the Caltech Beavers, something the Leopards have managed to do in the team’s 45 previous confrontations.
Sports news for the week of March 27, 1987.
Even rain delays could not stop the University of La Verne baseball team from moving closer to its 14th Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) championship in the last 16 years.