While the La Verne men and women’s swim teams have not been able to rack up a meet win in their first two match ups against Biola and Occidental, all they needed was a trip to Whittier to turn things around.
Writers Archives: Kevin Zeni
Christmas is a time for communities to come together and share in the spirit of giving and the city of La Verne knows how to do just that.
Yreka (pronounced y-reeka), Calif., is the 40th smallest town in the United States.
With all the upsets going on recently at every level of competition, who would have thought that the No. 1 seed could actually win a tournament?
Cue the dim lights and ominous music. The No. 1 seeded La Verne Leopards have been eliminated from the NCAA Division III Volleyball National Championships.
Every road has its twists, turns, bumps and potholes, but the road the 2006 La Verne women’s soccer team traveled seemed to be under complete reconstruction.
After winning their final game of the season 3-1 against the Cal Lutheran Kingsmen at Ben Hines Field on Senior Day Nov. 1, the Leopards improved to finish 9-10 on the season and 7-7 in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.
The University of La Verne, under the tutelage of head coach Don Flora, has won its seventh straight Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship, defeating the Cal Lutheran Regals, 3-1 in front of a raucous Frantz Athletic Court crowd Oct. 27.
Now that Halloween is behind us there’s another orange and black to look forward to.
With the apparent departure of La Verne’s self-proclaimed favorite hillbilly host Billy Bob, played brilliantly by University of La Verne Professor of Communications Don Pollock, the 2006 edition of “Halloween Live!” had a little bit of a different feel this year.