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Writers Archives: Danny Craig
A 20-point deficit that lasted the nearly entire game led to the demise of the University of La Verne men’s basketball team in its 92-70 defeat to host Chapman University on Wednesday night.
There were many different ideas and motivations that filled my head when it came time to create a column idea for this issue.
Although now a common site to fans of the summer games, the game of water polo slowly created its niche amongst the ancient events of the Olympics.
Leading into this weekend’s national championships at Chaminade University in Honolulu, it is difficult to fathom water polo as a sport that’s history is long and storied. However, with origins dating back as far as the 1800’s, that is clearly the case.
Even if the results from last weekend’s NCAA women’s volleyball western regional playoffs were not in favor of the Leopards, one thing can be said for the event held in the Supertents – it was the quintessential collegiate sporting event. It is a site rarely seen by athletes or spectators.
With a little over a minute left in the third quarter and a 46-16 point spread on the scoreboard Saturday, salt was rubbed on the wounds of the University of La Verne football team by a clearly dominant Menlo College during the Oaks’ 56-21 victory.
An early scoring rally against the University of La Verne men’s soccer team by Pomona-Pitzer created an an unrecoverable match for the Leopards on Saturday as they were defeated 7-2.
The University of La Verne women’s soccer team lost its hopes of a tie against host Cal Lutheran University on Tuesday in the match’s final moments as it took a 3-1 conference loss.
Despite the ongoing criticism that can be endlessly placed on the Office of Housing and Residential Life, that department will always have one major asset in its defense — they provide an unparalleled environment for your college experience.