Marlon Sano, a former United States Olympic volleyball team assistant coach who most recently coached at Cal State Los Angeles, has taken over the reins of the women’s volleyball team.
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Don Flora, the beloved head coach who has led the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team to numerous regional and national awards, has resigned after 11 years.
The men’s tennis team tried to upset Chapman last Friday, but fell short despite a victory by the Leopards’ No. 1 doubles team.
For most true college athletes, nothing is more important then marks in the win column for their team. But when it comes to personal accolades, none is more prestigious than All-American.
It was the end of the road for the women’s volleyball team in the NCAA Division III National Championship finals as the Emory Eagles defeated La Verne, 3-1, in Bloomington, Ill.
The La Verne volleyball team took another step toward a national championship yesterday traveling to Bloomington, Ill., and beating SUNY New Paltz in straight sets, 25-15, 25-16, 25-16, to advance to the semifinals round. La Verne will face Juniata tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., PDT.
The women’s volleyball team needed no tricks on Nov. 1 as it crushed Caltech, 3-0, in front of a small crowd at Frantz Athletic Court.
Alex Senyo Staff Writer The La Verne women’s volleyball team hosted the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens on Tuesday. But honoring the team’s three senior players came first. The match started with the senior ceremony for setter Yesenia Lopez, opposite hitter Madison Bradley and outside hitter Brianna Gonzales. The players were met on the court by their parents […]
Homecoming is in the air. There’s noise coming from Campus Activities Board events. Students are all about showing off their green and orange pride. The football team is preparing for the big game.
In a first look at the nation’s best Division III women’s volleyball teams, La Verne came up short last Friday, losing to No. 1 Juniata, 3-1, then losing Saturday to No. 2 Emory, 3-2.