La Verne came away from its season opener with a tough loss against the No. 15 ranked NAIA Azusa Pacific Cougars at Citrus College, 65-14.
After ending last season with a record of 7-24 overall and 3-7 in their conference, the men’s water polo team has high hopes on making it to the top four this season.
Bulldozed baseball, soccer and football fields will eventually give way to the spanking new residence hall and a parking lot.
An exciting second half led to a Whittier comeback, resulting in a 2-1 final score as the men’s soccer team fell to the visiting Poets in overtime on Sept. 14 at Damien High School.
The women’s soccer team looks to turn over a new leaf for the 2011 season, featuring nine returners who saw the pitch as freshman, allowing the Leopards to start where they left off a year ago.
To help accommodate its largest student body in University of La Verne history, Davenport Dining Hall has expanded serving hours and opened West Dining Room to regular student dining.
Chris Krich has returned to his native California to start a new era with the Leopard football program after spending 18 years away from home playing and coaching football.
Although the Leopards have won three games in three years, there are always things to look forward to, thanks to new head coach Chris Krich.
The women’s volleyball team is looking for a comeback season under new head coach Jenna Panatier.
Wednesday marked the annual La Verne Athletic Associates Barbecue, held for every student athlete on campus on the field of Ortmayer Stadium.