The University of La Verne softball team braved a tornado on the road and mice in their hotel rooms, but could not conquer the West Regional playoffs in Iowa.
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Wednesday morning at 6:35 saw the University of La Verne softball team depart for the regional playoffs in Iowa. The Leopards are the No. 1 seeded team in the West Regions double elimination tournament that will give one team a shot at a national title.
Mission completed. The University of La Verne softball team won SCIAC conference by sweeping Occidental last Saturday, and there was nothing accidental about it.
The world is right side up. The University of La Verne softball team has regained first place. The Leopards had Cal Lutheran looming over them like Poe’s raven for the past two weeks, but with Cal Lutheran’s three straight losses to Redlands, the Regals’ chances seem to be “nevermore.”
Three thousand years ago, men built Stonehenge to measure the exact length of the vernal equinox. The significance of their measuring has transcended time, and today people all over the world measure the size of humanity’s heart during the equinox to celebrate Earth Day.
Kadie Tillema is the oak of the University of La Verne’s softball team. As a graduate student, Tillema is playing her last year at catcher for La Verne and has always been solid for the team.
The University of La Verne’s softball team had a busy week, wining seven straight games. The Leopards improve to 23 and 5 over all and keep its streak alive, preserving their undefeated prowess in Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC).
Five members of the University of La Verne choir program returned from San Antonio, Texas, Sunday after participating in the 2001 National Multicultural Honor Choirs Concert. Two hundred students were chosen from a field of 800 nationwide to perform for the first ever American Choral Directors Association National Convention.
Oh, Danny boy, it’s that time of the year again and who are you to break tradition? St. Patrick’s Day is here. So polish the shoes, practice the Irish accent with this article and hit the town.
The University of La Verne’s women’s softball team made a statement Wednesday beating Chapman and Puget Sound University.