Rio Hondo chamber singers joined the University of La Verne chorale for a joint choral concert held at the Church of Brethren on Friday at 8 p.m.
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While the softball team might have started their season on a rocky note, a win over Occidental and a sweep against Whittier this past weekend, gave the Leopards a huge confidence boost.
Sweeping a three-game series is always nice, but with one weekend remaining in their regular season, the La Verne baseball team propelled itself into second place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference after sweeping last weekend’s series against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
Returning with a backhand, Richard Delgado won his doubles match with partner Mario Backes on Saturday at the Pauley Tennis Complex in Claremont.
With the fate of their season in sight, and three conference foes standing in their way, La Verne baseball team played Occidental last weekend, winning two of three.
The La Verne women’s tennis team suffered a defeat April 12 after a hard fought battle against the Occidental Tigers giving the Leopards their fifth straight loss.
The La Verne women’s water polo team had an opportunity to improve its record by playing Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opponent Whittier at home Wednesday but was handed its third loss in a row with an overall record of 14-4.
Coming off a win against Colorado College, women’s water polo battled Cal Lutheran and Caltech kicking off conference play this past week.
After a long, difficult match, the La Verne women’s tennis team was defeated Monday by Sewanee, a team from Tennessee, with a final score of 8-1, giving the Leopards an overall record of 3-8.