The Lagunitas Brewing Co. and the Learning Centers at Fairplex in Pomona hosted Lagunitas Beer Circus on Saturday.
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A festive Homecoming day ended on a low note for the Leopards, with a 17-7 loss to rival Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
The University of La Verne will incorporate a gender-neutral recognition in this year’s Homecoming festivities, replacing kings and queens with superheroes.
The women’s soccer team hosted Occidental Wednesday night at Ortmayer Stadium as junior midfielder Juna Bouchekara secured the Leopards’ three points with only 18 seconds remaining in the game.
The city of San Dimas Parks and Recreation Department and Bike San Gabriel Valley hosted a free community bike ride Saturday in front of the San Dimas city hall which previewed the new CicLAvia route.
La Verne named Jason Pruitt as the new women’s basketball head coach. He is replacing former head coach Julie Shaw.
The men’s water polo team was defeated twice Saturday at the Inland Empire Classic, hosted at Las Flores Park, losing 13-11 in game one against Concordia and 22-11 against Cal Baptist in the second, bringing the Leopards’ overall record to 2-2.
The women’s soccer team remains undefeated after beating Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 2-1, Wednesday afternoon at Ortmayer Stadium in its first game of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.
Football returned to action with a 33-25 win against Puget Sound Saturday, as the University of La Verne hosted the Loggers at Ortmayer Stadium for their first non-conference game of the season.