The University of La Verne baseball team not only swept a three game series against conference foe Pomona-Pitzer, but the Leopards clinched the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title for the 19th time in the University’s history.
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In what turned out to be a gloomy weekend, the La Verne baseball team shined last weekend playing their most important series of the season, winning two dramatic games against conference foe Whittier.
While classes were out, parking lots were empty and students were scattered for spring break, Ben Hines Field was alive last weekend as the Leopards hosted the California Invitational.
Under the dark clouds looming over Ben Hines Field last Friday, the Leopards opened their conference schedule with a weekend series against Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference foe Cal Lutheran.
With blue skies, lots of sunshine and the sound of roaring engines coming from the National Hot Rod Association Nationals down the street, the University of La Verne baseball team played a three game series against Cal State East Bay at Ben Hines Field last weekend.
After a successful run in the California Invitational tournament, the La Verne baseball team continued to elevate its game to the top of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference against Redlands March 23-24.
After a disappointing 14-4 loss to Ithaca, the theme of last weekend’s games in the California Invitational was simple: win.
A rocky pre-conference schedule did not faze the Leopard baseball team as they emerged with three straight victories over Occidental in conference games on Feb. 23-24.
Following the cancellation of Thursday’s game, the baseball team faced off against Cal State East Bay Feb. 11.
The University of La Verne men’s baseball team didn’t play proper host to teams traveling from afar this week. The team picked up impressive home wins against Kean University and Montclair State, both from the New Jersey Athletic Conference, while improving its record to 10-7.