The University of La Verne baseball team not only swept a three game series against conference foe Pomona-Pitzer, but the Leopards clinched the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title for the 19th time in the University’s history.
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Sororities and fraternities challenged one another in Ortmayer Stadium April 24, competing in physical challenge events, which included running relays and the infamous tug of war.
The last day of Greek Week marks a time of joy, relief and one last competition.
Campus Activity Board Vice Chairwoman Samantha Toia and Intramural Chairman Jacob Delgado were in charge of the kickball tournament expected to take place on April 15 in the University Mall.
During Greek Week fraternities competed in “Greek Idol” contest inspired by “American Idol” at University of La Verne on Wednesday afternoon.
Softball faced a tough lineup last weekend with a split against Redlands, the No. 1 team in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and two losses against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, currently ranked number two in SCIAC.
With the season halfway gone, the University of La Verne softball team, which won seven of their last eight games, traveled to Wig Beach diamond in Claremont last Saturday to play a crucial conference doubleheader against Pomona-Pitzer.
In what turned out to be a gloomy weekend, the La Verne baseball team shined last weekend playing their most important series of the season, winning two dramatic games against conference foe Whittier.
After Lynsey Padilla singled, La Verne first baseman Jodi Lindsay scored in the fourth inning on March 22.
While classes were out, parking lots were empty and students were scattered for spring break, Ben Hines Field was alive last weekend as the Leopards hosted the California Invitational.