The Leopards split their series against the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens Saturday at the Rains Center, losing game one 6-3 and winning game two, 5-2.
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From muscle cars that could make the cast of “Fast and the Furious” jealous, to classic cars that provided a peek back into America, the La Verne Cool Cruise Car Show had something for every car lover to enjoy Saturday in Old Town La Verne.
The No. 26 nationally ranked La Verne women’s tennis team defeated the Caltech Beavers soundly, 7-2, Friday at the Claremont Club.
The men’s track and field team took first in several events, while the women’s team had multiple top-five finishes at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Multi-Dual Meet Saturday at Strehle Track at Pomona College.
The women’s tennis team lost, 6-3, to Tufts University of Massachusetts March 19 at the Claremont Club. The Jumbos are tied with the Leopards at No. 17 in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Pool.
The softball team split with Ithaca College of New York Monday at Campus West. Ithaca took game one, 4-2, but La Verne came back to take game two, 7-1.
Tim Hepburn and Charlie Rosales won the two city council seats and Mayor Don Kendrick was re-elected in the La Verne city election Tuesday.
The Southern California Pet Spectacular helped give owners, pets and even non-owners something to enjoy on Feb. 21 and 22 at the Fairplex.
The golf team earned a 21-stroke victory over the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 294-315, Saturday at the Via Verde Country Club.