The La Verne baseball team came out strong against the Occidental Tigers, winning 2-1 in game one of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Postseason Tournament on Friday, but fell flat on Saturday – falling to Chapman 4-1, then to Cal Lutheran 5-1 in an elimination game.
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The Leopard baseball team continued their winning streak in a convincing victory over Redlands, shutting out the Bulldogs 8-0 in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match up at Ben Hines Field on Friday.
The Leopards baseball team won both games against the No. 13 Cal Lutheran Kingsmen in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader at Campus West Saturday.The Leopards won game one 9-7 and won game two 6-5 in 12 innings. La Verne came into the doubleheader with a 20-8 overall record and 5-5 conference record.
The La Verne baseball team took a heavy loss Sunday in their game against MIT, losing 9-3.Despite a strong winning streak in two doubleheaders against Bowdoin and Caltech, the Leopards were unable to finish out their spring break series with a win.
The Leopards beat Whittier, 10-9, on senior day in their last home game of the season April 28 at Ben Hines Field.
Sound defense and solid pitching gave the Leopards the advantage in a sweep of the Redland Bulldogs on Saturday at Ben Hines Field. La Verne won the first game 4-3 and the second 5-3.
The baseball team could not swing big, as its losing streak was extended to seven, after being swept by No. 24 Occidental.
The baseball team could not hold off the Pacific Lutheran Lutes, as the Leopards dropped both games 14-6 Friday and 15-6 Saturday at Ben Hines Field.
La Verne senior first baseman Ben White came through in the clutch with a game-tying home run against Pomona-Pitzer in the bottom of the ninth Saturday.
Senior shortstop Woody Reyes hit a run-scoring single up the middle to invoke the mercy rule, as the Leopards defeated the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags, 13-3, in seven innings Friday at Ben Hines Field.