In the only five-game match they have been forced to play all season, the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team battled in the Supertents against Harvard last Friday night, eventually defeating the Crimson, 30-28, 39-37, 29-31, 25-30 and 18-16.
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After receiving the disappointing news that it would not be going to Nationals this year, the No. 1 ranked University of La Verne men’s volleyball team just did not have enough enthusiasm to beat Stanford on Tuesday night, losing 30-23, 30-16 and 30-15.
Striving to gain a berth in the Molten Division III National Championships in April, La Verne upset every team that came to play in the ASICS tournament last weekend, including No. 1 ranked New York University, to improve their overall record to 7-10 and move into the No. 1 slot in Division III.
Indoor soccer Intramurals have become a social and athletic event on Thursday nights brought to the University of La Verne by the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum.
Bringing more power and intensity to the court than could be dealt with, Cal Baptist University shut out the University of La Verne Leopards in three straight games on Tuesday night in the Supertents, 30-27, 33-31 and 30-24.
What started as a disappointing season for the Division III Men’s Volleyball National Champions, ended as a disappointing season.
Proving that it can still compete against Division I schools, the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team trounced Harvard University on Monday night in the Supertents. The Leopards won in four games, 15-11, 9-15, 15-4 and 15-11.
For the third time this season, the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team had the daunting task of facing a top-five ranked Division I opponent. And for the third time, the Leopards came away with little to show for their effort, in terms of wins and losses.
Entering the 2000 season as defending national champions, the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team will attempt to repeat what was immensely deserved a year ago.
Two words: National Champions. Few groups or individuals across the country can earn such an honor, role or title.