"It ain't over, till it's over" is an old cliche made famous by Yankee Hall of Famer, Yogi Berra. What the quote by Berra best describes is the University of La Verne baseball team's present situation.
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.
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.
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California declared a water shortage emergency on April 27, and issued a one-day-a-week outdoor watering restriction for parts of Los Angeles, Ventura and San Bernardino counties, which is home to about 6 million southern Californians effective June 1.
The exhibition “Chicano Park Muralists in Pomona Con Safos,” which explores the history and roots of Chicano heritage through the art of 15 mural artists and two photographers from Chicano Park in San Diego, is on display now at the dA center in Pomona.
University President Devorah Lieberman and Provost Jonathan Reed presented a draft of a resolution on Oct. 26 to students and faculty listing the actions they plan to take in the coming weeks and months to improve the treatment of minority groups on campus.