Basketball season kicked off on Thursday night for the university as students and staff cheered on the men’s and women’s team at Moonlight Madness.
The lights in the Benson Auditorium dimmed, and the audience silenced in anticipation. Sixteen short but brilliant films were about to play, representing the talented local filmmakers at this year’s 909 Film Festival last Friday night.
The football team earned a 41-27 victory in front of a packed homecoming crowd Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
It was no surprise when Anthony Troli became Vine famous. He is hands down one of the funniest guys you will ever meet, and anyone from his close friends to his 260,000 followers would say the same.
The Leopard football team lost its first home game of the season against Menlo on Saturday, finishing 56-7 despite a full home crowd cheering.
It is almost impossible for a competitive college softball player to get on base every time she’s at bat – and end the season with an average of .465 and 31 RBI.
Nicole Crutchfield first fell in love with track and field her sophomore year of high school, when she decided to put her natural born speed to use on the rubber turf.
The Fox Theater in Pomona rattled with bass Thursday night as exuberant students and locals jumped to the beats of DJ Earworm, Mike Posner and B.o.B at La Verne’s annual LaVernapalooza.
The women’s track and field team won the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Crown, finishing off a perfect 8-0 season, while the men placed second Saturday at Occidental.
La Verne’s women’s water polo team lost to Cal Lutheran Wednesday at the La Verne Aquatics Center, 13-2, in their last Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular season game.
Now the Leopards will head into the SCIAC championships with a ninth place record of 1-7 in SCIAC and 11-21 overall.