Juniors Austin Napolitano and Trevor Woodland earned La Verne the respect it was looking for as both received All-Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference honors.
Father Gregory Boyle, founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries, presented his book “Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion,” as part of the Katharine Howard Miller Endowed Speakers Program on Tuesday at Scripps College’s Balch Auditorium in Claremont.
It was a cold, cloudy day as the Leopards took on Salisbury University, fighting their way through the match, but ending the day with an 8-1 loss at the Claremont Club last Thursday.
After having the first game of the series cancelled on Friday, the Leopards took on Cal Lutheran for a doubleheader Saturday at Ben Hines Field. La Verne won both games by scores of 7-5 and 8-0.
With 14 RBIs and two homeruns, the Leopards proved their power is in its swing in a sweep over Occidental on Saturday, 4-3 and 12-4.
University of La Verne biology professor Robert Neher participated in the ceremonial puck drop for ULV night as the Ontario Reign defeated bitter rival, the Las Vegas Wranglers, 3-1, on March 12 at Citizens Business Bank Arena.
Sixteen balls hit hard and straight at the defense proved to be the key difference in a 2-0 defeat for the Leopards at the hands of the Willamette Bearcats of Oregon at Pomona-Pitzer on Wednesday.
After a weekend of rainy weather, the sun was out on Tuesday when La Verne took first place in SCIAC No. 3 tournament at Sierra Lakes Golf Course.
The Idaho Steelheads took advantage of a poor finish to the first period on the part of the Ontario Reign and went on to claim a 6-3 victory in front of a crowd of more than 6,000 on Wednesday at the Citizens Business Bank Arena.
Youth and size converged in a heartbreaking 52-45 loss for the women’s basketball against Occidental in a SCIAC tournament semifinal at Occidental last Friday.