The women’s basketball team came up one game short in its bid for a league championship, losing to the Occidental Tigers, 51-37, Saturday in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference finals at Rush Gymnasium in Eagle Rock.
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Despite coming in with a four-game winning streak, it was not a welcoming night for the La Verne women’s basketball team as it lost a heartbreaker against Whittier, 74-71, on Feb. 5 at Frantz Court.
The sound of the ball hitting on the hardwood, players’ shoes screeching from the stop-and-go running, and the La Verne fans cheering filled the Athletics Pavilion at Frantz Court last Saturday as the women’s basketball team defeated Menlo, 61-46.
They were faster, stronger, deeper, more aggressive and more talented than their opponents. They were up by as many as 53 points late in the fourth quarter, and they could have easily scored in triple figures.
Coming off two straight post-season appearances and a 2008 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament championship, the La Verne women’s basketball team is set to begin its 2008-2009 campaign today against Pacific Union at the SoCal Tip-Off Classic.
The University of La Verne’s track and field teams made their mark at the Oxy Invite on May 10, placing in the top of the men’s preliminaries for the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash and placing second in the women’s javelin throw finals.
The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference women’s basketball tournament champions La Verne Leopards traveled to Tacoma, Wash., last week, for what would be the last game of their season.
The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference served up a dish of the finest women’s basketball in the league’s first post-season tournament.
The final conference game for the La Verne women’s basketball team ended with a win at home over the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas.
It was an exciting night for the ULV women’s basketball team as they rallied back in the final minutes to beat Holy Names, 66-64, last Saturday at the Frantz Athletic Court.