The University of La Verne’s 11th Annual Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony was held Saturday at the Sheraton Fairplex Avalon Ballroom.
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It has been a tradition for as long as anyone can remember. It is the gathering of student athletes to celebrate their seasons. However, it has only recently been a combined event at the University of La Verne.
The University of La Verne softball team faced off against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps last weekend in hopes of grabbing their fourth consecutive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. The Leopards needed to win all three games of the weekend to take first place in SCIAC and move on to regionals.
The University of La Verne softball team went 4-3 over spring break, including 1-3 in Hawaii, ending with a record of 28-13 overall and 11-4 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
After sweeping Pomona-Pitzer in three games over the weekend, the University of La Verne softball team split games with conference rival California Lutheran University Wednesday.
The University of La Verne softball team was flawless last weekend, going 6-0, including 4-0 in the month-long Chapman Sun West Tournament. This week it raised its winning streak to eight games after beating Willamette University twice Tuesday, 8-7 and 13-5.
This past week, the University of La Verne was able to earn a win over Rensselaer Polytechnic from New York, 8-0, on March 9, along with wins over Albion College 8-2, and Texas Lutheran 5-1, on March 11, helping to establish ULV as a force to be reckoned with in the Sun West Tournament.
After their third straight year of controlling the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, the softball team took its game to Tacoma, Wash., to battle it out with the top teams in their region. After two days and four games, the women would return to La Verne with a solid third place finish.
Another year of dominating its conference competition has brought the University of La Verne’s softball team another impressive postseason bid. The Leopards, who are the proud owners of a 17-1 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference record, earned a No. 2 ranking in this weekend’s NCAA West Regional playoff in Tacoma, Wash.
“If you want it, you’ll win it,” were the words head coach Julie Kline told her softball team after a disappointing loss last Friday to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rival Cal Lutheran.