His blue eyes wander as they take in the scene before him. He talks easily regardless of the fact that he is talking to a stranger. With incredible poise, he answers each question, laughing easily as if he were among friends.
Writers Archives: Lacy Cascadden
It has been a tradition for as long as anyone can remember. It is the gathering of student athletes to celebrate their seasons. However, it has only recently been a combined event at the University of La Verne.
Last weekend ended an era for the University of La Verne softball team. The Leopards concluded this year’s season by losing not only graduating seniors, but their coach too. This was Julie Kline’s last season as softball coach.
The University of La Verne softball team faced off against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps last weekend in hopes of grabbing their fourth consecutive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. The Leopards needed to win all three games of the weekend to take first place in SCIAC and move on to regionals.
The University of La Verne men’s tennis team officially concluded its season last weekend with a trip to Ojai for a final tournament.
The University of La Verne men’s tennis team finished its season last weekend at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament at Whittier College with a fifth-place finish in the tournament.
It is hard to imagine that just a few weeks ago, the University of La Verne baseball team was in the middle of a losing streak. It has managed to bounce back, walking away from last weekend’s series with a three-win sweep over the University of Redlands.
It was a beautiful Saturday morning with the sun shining brightly on Ortmayer Stadium. The echo of gunshots signaled the beginning of the races. The University of La Verne men and women’s track and field teams faced off against Biola, Colby and Middlebury.
The University of La Verne men’s tennis team faced off against two-out-of state colleges last weekend.
There are many choices in the life of a college student: where to attend graduate school, what job to take and where to begin a professional life. But there is one choice that plagues many young couples: To marry or not to marry? That is the question.