Three players from the national champion University of La Verne volleyball team received tournament honors last weekend at the 1999 Molten Division III Invitational Championships.
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Two words: National Champions. Few groups or individuals across the country can earn such an honor, role or title.
With his checkered shirt that reminds one of the fashions of the ’70s and his wild, white hair, Georgji Paro, director of the Croatian National Theater, looks like what most people would imagine an artist to look like.
It has been said that the key to a good offense is a good defense. But for the University of La Verne baseball team, the success it has come by is due to its offensive force.
After two straight losses against Mercyhurst College and Loyola University, in which it was swept in three games, the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team looked to regain the form it displayed earlier in the season in matches against three out-of-state opponents, all at home in the Supertents.
It was a tough weekend for the University of La Verne track and field teams, as they lost the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) dual meet Saturday at Claremont.
Sinister tales of crime, drugs and even murder are a part of Clyde Weems’ past. Yet, the 21-year-old basketball player and aspiring rap artist said he overcame tragedy and the temptation to get rich fast with the help of his family and his faith.
Senior guard Kenny Cauley was out of rhythm last night, and so was the University of La Verne men’s basketball team, as Pomona-Pitzer stomped over it, 85-67, to win the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) for the fourth consecutive time.
All expectations of ending in a close scoring game were blown away as the men’s basketball team destroyed the Redlands Bulldogs, 95-68, before a crowd of 675 on Saturday night in the Supertents.
Father Anthony Lee performs a Ash Wednesday services in the Quad for the on-campus Catholic community.