The women’s volleyball team won yet another Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, once again proving to be the pride of ULV athletics. Each of the fall sports, however, worked hard and showed signs of greatness at times.
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With January just around the corner, the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion is still unfinished despite previous claims by administration that work could be completed by as early as Oct. 15.
After being in the hunt for a championship the entire season, the men’s water polo team finished in third place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
The women’s volleyball team earned an automatic bid to the NCAA West Regionals after sweeping No. 14 Cal Lutheran Saturday in Whittier.
As the regular season winds down, and with crucial games left to play, the women’s volleyball team is finding its stride and it could not have came at a better time.
After beginning Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play on a victorious note with victories over Caltech and Cal Lutheran, the University of La Verne men’s water polo team suffered a tough 13-11 loss to Whittier last Saturday.
The University of La Verne women’s volleyball team struggled in its loss to National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics foe Azusa Pacific last Thursday at the Felix Event Center in Azusa.
The national powerhouse University of La Verne women’s volleyball team continued its success with three game sweeps over Occidental, Caltech and Chapman.
The University of La Verne men’s water polo team fared well last weekend at the Inland Empire Classic as they steamrolled past Occidental and Penn State Behrend, but lost two tough games against Division I schools Santa Clara and UC Santa Barbara.
Athletic, intelligent and spiritual are the best words to describe the outstanding University of La Verne track and field athlete, Lakia Pearson.