The La Verne men’s basketball team lost its third consecutive game Wednesday with a 101-54 loss to Point Loma Nazarene.
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The University of La Verne men’s and women’s swim teams lost its home openers to the Biola Eagles on Nov. 18.
Education, medicine, social issues, human rights and rights for self-determination regarding American Indians held the focus for a panel discussion by the Peace with Justice Center of the Pomona Valley on Nov. 18 at the Scrooby Lounge in Claremont.
Division III football is a different brand compared to that which is played at schools in Division I. At this level the game is played for one reason: love.
Imagine you just jumped out of a helicopter and are now standing at the top of a mountain in Wyoming.
The men’s water polo team, currently ranked seventh nationally in Division III, took on the No. 2 ranked Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens on Saturday in the last regular season game for the Leopards.
A large, metal tub sits at the base of an ordinary white wall with nothing on it except a sign that reads, “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul?”
On a beautiful Saturday afternoon, the La Verne football team almost pulled off a remarkable come from behind win against the Redlands Bulldogs.
Hamburgers, hot dogs, carne asada and cookies — all these delicious foods would help the University of La Verne celebrate diversity among its faculty and students.
The La Verne men’s soccer team’s season is coming to an end and with only two games remaining, the Leopards are currently 7-10 overall and 5-7 in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.