The La Verne football team’s third quarter let down led to their demise last Saturday in a 57-36 loss to Occidental in Los Angeles.
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Closing out its 2004 campaign in fine fashion, the University of La Verne football team led from start to finish, easily dominating Whittier College, 41-21, at Newman Field in Whittier.
In a game that could have put the University of La Verne on top in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, the Leopards literally let the game slip from their hands as they fell, 37-31, to the defending SCIAC champions, University of Redlands, Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Nov. 21, 2003.
Trying to continue its winning ways, the Leopard football team ran into a wall of Tigers as Occidental used 28 first-half points to close the door early en route to a 35-7 victory on a chilling Saturday night at Occidental College.
In a battle of winless teams trying to fight their way out of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference cellar, Whittier College used a five-play, 93-yard drive with 2:35 remaining for the winning score to hand the Leopards their seventh consecutive loss, 21-14, Saturday afternoon at Ortmayer Stadium.
You over-slept. Again. You have a lot to do before you sit down in class, and not much time to get there.
Looking for their first victory of the year, the Leopards played with all their hearts but could not overcome 24 first-half points by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps as well as a crucial non-score late in the game en route to their fourth straight loss, 31-17, Saturday afternoon at Ortmayer Stadium.
Saturday’s game might best be described as a tale of two halves. That’s exactly what it was as the Leopards looked triumphant in the first half and non-existent in the second, giving up 463 yards of total offense, losing to Cal Lutheran, 28-13 and dropping their third consecutive game of the season in front of […]
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