The sounds of hard work can be heard on weeknights in the Supertents. Yells of encouragement from teammate to teammate, the basketball bouncing off the hardwood, and 13 pairs of shoes stomping down as the players change direction during sprints.
Following a two-game winning streak in a season that has already proven uneventful, the University of La Verne women's basketball team concluded their second match up with the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in the Supertents last Friday with a 64-45 loss.
After two straight losses on Nov. 22 and 23 in the Trinity Tournament in San Antonio, Texas, to Wartburg College and Occidental, the University of La Verne's women's basketball team bounced back of late to win two games and dropped one to lower its record to below .500, at 2-3 overall.
With growing anticipation, the University of La Verne women's basketball team is diligently preparing for the upcoming 1997-98 season with the hopes that it can better last year's mark of 13-12 overall.
Athletically skilled, intelligent, confident, caring and devoted are all understatements of La Verne's soccer star, junior Angel Mejico, who simply seems to be a page right out of the book of "What it takes to be a role model."
Following the ongoing battle with an expired contract and a fight for higher wages, University of La Verne Bon Appétit workers joined together on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. to confront University administration and delegate their needs.
Highly renowned folk musician Joel Rafael, along with Claremont trio the Citrus Sisters took to the little stage in the corner of Claremont’s Folk Music Center Saturday night to a sold out crowd, for a night of beautiful melodies and grand storytelling.