The men’s swimming team finished just barely ahead of Whitter, 97-96, but the women weren’t able to push past the Poets, losing 116-102 on Saturday.
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Priscilla Applebee Staff Writer The city of Pomona held its 13th Annual Chalk Art Festival on Saturday. Over 300 chalk art enthusiasts from surrounding communities sat on the sidewalk in Shaun Diamond Plaza to create colorful works of art. “We started this as a community outreach for art advocacy for students,” Joshua Swodeck, commissioner for […]
Gabby Balais, a resident of Chino Hills, paints her kite at the Cal Poly Pomona Kite Festival hosted by Cal Poly’s Swift Games Club on Nov. 8.
Mary Swartzel, a resident of Riverside, flame-works glass art Saturday at the Handmade Craft Fair at the St. Peter the Apostle Orthodox Church in Pomona.
On Tuesday, the women’s volleyball team took an impressive win over the Occidental Tigers, 3-0.
The women’s soccer team suffered a 4-1 loss against the Cal Lutheran Regals on Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Pi’ikea Clemens, junior outside hitter for the Leopards, spikes the ball over Whittier senior middle blocker Valerie Van Der Linden and sophomore setter Makayla Wright in La Verne’s game against the Whittier Poets Saturday.
The men’s and women’s cross-country teams participated in the 11th annual Pomona-Pitzer Cross Country Invitational on Saturday.
The men’s water polo team fell to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rival Chapman 19-13 in the opening game of the Gary Troyer Water Polo Tournament at the La Verne Aquatic Center on Friday.
La Verne notched a huge win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener Saturday, upsetting the defending champs in overtime, 20-17, at Ortmayer Stadium.