Stacey and Damon Devine take a selfie before taking their first drink at the Tap ‘N’ Run 4K event March 15 at the Fairplex.
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The Leopards beat the Concordia Tornadoes 8-5 Thursday to advance to the next round of the NCAA West Regional playoffs.
At the end, a swing and a miss set the team into a frenzy as they secured their 20th Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title with a 3-0 senior day win over Whittier Friday at Mt. SAC’s Mazmanian Field.
The Leopard baseball team put one hand on the SCIAC title with a dominating 13-0 seven-inning mercy-rule win over the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags Saturday at CMS’ Arce Field.
Sophomore George Hanna was standing on second base in the bottom of the first inning when senior Jacob Ludvik ensured the Leopard baseball team a lead that would stand against the Caltech Beavers in a 12-2 eight inning mercy rule win.
Chants of “Leos” echoed loudly around Mt. SAC’s Mazmanian Field before the Leopard baseball team took on fellow Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title contender Cal Lutheran in a doubleheader Saturday.
The Whittier Poets charged onto the field of Mt. SAC’s Mazmanian Field after their 4-0 victory over the Leopards, highlighted by Poet senior pitcher Ryan Schwenn’s no-hitter performance.
A sweep of Claremont-Mudd-Scripps sends the baseball team into first place in SCIAC.
After scoring four early runs in a cold and windy first game of a three-game series against Chapman, a lack of hits in crucial moments down the stretch culminated in a 6-4 loss for the Leopard baseball team.
After a strong rally in a close match, a ball into the net signified the women’s tennis team’s 9-0 defeat to Chapman at the Claremont Club Friday.