It was the best of times and the worst of times for the University of La Verne men’s baseball team, dropping three straight to Pomona-Pitzer, handing one to Ithaca College, and going 2-3 in the annual California Classic tournament held at Ben Hines Field this past weekend.
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Despite the constant downpour of rain Southern California has experienced of late, the baseball team squeezed in a doubleheader Sunday against Menlo College and a game in Santa Clarita against Master’s College on Wednesday.
With a little over a minute left in the third quarter and a 46-16 point spread on the scoreboard Saturday, salt was rubbed on the wounds of the University of La Verne football team by a clearly dominant Menlo College during the Oaks’ 56-21 victory.
At the end of an exhausting and tough weekend of baseball that consisted of four games, 38 innings, and five teams, the University of La Verne baseball team managed to win one game in the tournament, over Pacific University. Then on Monday, ULV defeated Linfield College.
After losing its conference championship and potential playoff berth by a combined total of three points, the University of La Verne football team seemingly had nothing to play for when it traveled to Menlo College in Atherton, Calif., but it pulled out a dramatic season finale win Saturday, 47-41.
I know this is a little late regarding the column titled “ASF neglects ULV traditions,” [Oct. 1, 1999] but it still doesn’t negate the outrage.
When the University of La Verne baseball team was losing 4-0 after one inning during Sunday’s California Classic championship game, it knew what a team effort meant.
In a season of injuries for the University of La Verne football team, the Leopards’ final game of the season had its share of bumps and bruises.
After coming back from the UC San Diego Invitational at La Jolla last weekend, players of the University of La Verne baseball team could only be relieved that the end of a long, frustrating season has come.
It was a tremendous defeat and a terrible struggle, as the University of La Verne Leopards played a four-game tournament this past weekend and unfortunately landed in fourth place.