Tuesday night marked the beginning of the March Madness of intramural basketball at the University of La Verne.
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Eight teams are participating in the first intramural dodgeball tournament of the year, organized by the Campus Activities Board.
Priscilla Saint-Cyr, a freshman athletic training major was left alone on the court to defend Team Sketch in two rounds at the Campus Activities Board intramural dodge ball tournament May 7 in the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion Gymnasium.
Although La Verne’s basketball season has come to an end, the sounds of bouncing balls, squeaking shoes and cheers could still be heard from the gym this past week as students participated in intramural basketball.
As proclaimed in everyone’s favorite mermaid movie, everything is better “under the sea.” On Dec. 3 the Campus Activities Board tested this theme and theory as they celebrated Commuter Day.
The Campus Activities Board is more than up to speed in coordinating events for students on campus.
As the regular season winds down to its final game, the La Verne men’s soccer team is sitting pretty with a place in the playoffs after a week of clutch play that included defeating the Caltech Beavers, 6-3, last Saturday, and Pomona-Pitzer, 2-0, on Wednesday.
The men’s soccer team started the week with one win and one loss in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and after a disappointing home stand, it now sits at 2-2-1 in conference.
To cap off another close game, the La Verne men’s soccer team scored in the 82nd minute to win on the road, 2-1, against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Saturday.