Not only did Minnesota lose a hero Monday, nor did just the world of sports, but the world as a whole. Transcending a game that he loved so much, Kirby was so much more than just a roly-poly, atypical athlete.
Writers Archives: Matt Paulson
With a third-place finish in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, this year’s national tournament is simply out of reach for the University of La Verne golf team.
With his win this weekend at the Masters, many have hastily declared that the Tiger Woods of old is back. To those, I say, swing and a miss.
Famine or feast: Battling rabid winds, the University of La Verne golf team opened the West Region Invitational Monday and Tuesday with its worst round as a team all year and finished with one of its best, earning a sixth-place overall finish.
After a disappointing performance in last week’s Kingsmen Invitational leading into next week’s regional tournament in Texas, thoughts of a national berth have forged a permanent place in the University of La Verne golf team’s psyche.
Led yet again by the Tartan trio, the University of La Verne golf team fired a school-record, 4-under-par 292 Tuesday at the par-74 South Course at Los Serranos to beat Pomona-Pitzer by 29 shots.
Riding the crest of a high and beautiful wave known as Glendora High School, the University of La Verne golf squad tied its previous all-time low, shooting a 3-over-par 287 Wednesday against Occidental at Sierra La Verne.
Although the University’s golf team expresses optimism about the upcoming year, head coach Rex Huigens says they’re still searching to fill their leadership void.
The University of La Verne golf team opened its season this year with two Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference lambastes, beating its first two opponents by a combined total of 167 strokes. But according to the team, so what?
As a student (M.Ed.) and an employee (Admissions Advisor) of the ULV Athens Campus, I read your paper’s articles concerning ULV’s closing of its Athens Campus with interest.