It took a slugfest, but the La Verne baseball team came away with a win in the first game of its series against the Whittier Poets, 17-12, Friday at Ben Hines Field.
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The baseball team could not lock in against the Redlands Bulldogs, dropping two out of three games in their series Friday and Saturday.
Senior shortstop Woody Reyes hit a run-scoring single up the middle to invoke the mercy rule, as the Leopards defeated the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags, 13-3, in seven innings Friday at Ben Hines Field.
The baseball team came out swinging, as they swept the Caltech Beavers, 11-2, 9-5, and 14-3, in a series Friday and Saturday to begin Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.
The baseball team ended its 2015 season on a high note, surpassing its original goal of winning the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship.
Mark Jebbia and the game of baseball were meant to be together. He eats, breathes and sleeps baseball. When he is not playing, he is either reading about it, watching it or looking up videos on YouTube about it because “ball is life.” Well, more like baseball is.
The La Verne baseball team defeated No. 1 seeded Cal Lutheran, 4-2, after junior shortstop Woody Reyes drove in two runs on a single to second in the top of the seventh, ensuring the Leopards’ win and claiming their title as Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champions Sunday at Ullman Stadium in Thousand Oaks.
The baseball team came out of a tough loss, as they dropped their third straight game in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Pool Play, losing 10-9 in 10 innings, against the Whittier Poets Sunday at Ben Hines Field.
The La Verne baseball team defeated Chapman in seven innings, 11-1, in the second game of its doubleheader Saturday at Ben Hines Field. The Leopards dropped the first game, 7-5.
The La Verne baseball team clawed its way to victory against the Occidental Tigers in game two of its doubleheader, 11-4, Saturday at Ben Hines Field.