With Nationals in mind, some athletes of the Leopards track and field teams participated in the Claremont Classic this past weekend in efforts to get tuned up and improve their times with the season winding down.
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After a surprising split with Whittier on Friday afternoon, the Leopards softball team looked to bounce back on Saturday against Pomona-Pitzer.
After taking both ends of a doubleheader from the Occidental Tigers on Saturday (19-0 and 9-1), the Leopards softball team remained upbeat about its senior farewell game, which came at its last home game, a doubleheader against the Cal Lutheran Regals on Sunday.
As the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships draw closer, the Leopards track and field team tuned up this weekend at the SCIAC Multi-Dual track meet in Claremont.
This weekend was quiet for the Leopards track and field team in their preparation for the State Meet this weekend.
The women’s water polo team came into the Claremont Tournament with no mercy with wins over Chapman and Macalester on March 17. However the next day the Leopards dropped two matches to Arizona and Cal State San Bernandino.
Following the same pattern as the last two conference games, the Leopards softball team split games with Cal Lutheran this weekend.
With the results from the Pomona-Pitzer All-Comers Track Meet on Saturday in Claremont, the Leopards track team looks to have a promising season.
Lauren Reed Staff Writer After losses to Chapman and Point Loma last week, the Leopards softball team bounced back by sweeping a doubleheader against Cal State East Bay Friday. The Leopards’ starter in the first game was pitcher Mary Olson, who kept East Bay scoreless until pitcher Star Stas hit a solo home run in […]
Following the cancellation of Thursday’s game, the baseball team faced off against Cal State East Bay Feb. 11.