After ending the 2016 season on a winning note against Occidental in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship tournament, the men’s water polo team looks to build off that momentum going into a promising offseason.
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After another phenomenal season to cap off her senior campaign, middle blocker Kelsi Robinson earned recognition from elite company this November being named to the AVCA All-America third team, while also collecting the title of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Volleyball Athlete of the Year.
Patrons packed tightly into the dimly lit Dailey Theatre Tuesday night to listen in on a lecture by the highly talented playwright Luis Valdez.
After a promising start during pre-season play, the women’s soccer team was never able to spark a wave of momentum to mount a push toward its playoff aspirations. Instead, the Leopards finished 3-15, with just seven goals scored.
The rumbles of beaten hardwood sounded through the Tents Oct. 27 as La Verne’s men’s and women’s basketball teams hosted their annual Moonlight Madness festivities to start the season.
The Leopards’ tenacity kept them alive until the final minutes and almost resulted in a goal on the last play, but the home team was unable to prevail against Cal Lutheran, falling 1-0 Monday at Ortmayer Stadium.
The Leopards continued riding their mid-season wave at home Tuesday night, sweeping the Whittier Poets, 3-0.
The struggle to find the net continued for the Leopards and proved costly in a 3-0 loss to the Chapman Panthers Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
The women’s volleyball team continued to assert its dominance Tuesday night as it swept the Caltech Beavers, 3-0, at Frantz Athletic Court.
As the rest of campus lay quiet late Tuesday night, Sleep Club was just coming on. A quaint crowd of no more than 30 bustled into the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre to experience this week’s Cabaret Series Act.