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Leopards claw Beavers’ dam

It was a short day on Friday, as the Leopards took on the 0-18 Caltech Beavers at Ben Hines Field, dominating 14-1 in a seven inning game.

Clutch hits lead to sweep

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.

Leopards put Sagehens back into coop

Leopards put Sagehens back into coop

After a disappointing loss to Pomona-Pitzer on Friday, the Leopards came back with two big wins against the Sagehens in a doubleheader last Saturday with a score of 9-4 in the first game, and 4-1 in the second game.

Poets run out of ink against Leopards

Poets run out of ink against Leopards

Senior pitcher Mark Larini did now allow a rainy afternoon to affect his performance as he pitched an outstanding two-hit complete game shutout against Whittier last Friday at Ben Hines Field.

La Verne baseball looks to take back SCIAC

La Verne baseball looks to take back SCIAC

The rain started in the fourth inning and did not let up last Friday at Ben Hines Field, cutting La Verne’s home conference opener short and handing them a 2-1 loss to Redlands.

Leopards hope for a winning spring

With the new semester around the corner, students are curious to see what is in store for the 2011 spring sports season.

Athletics could lose facilities with new campus construction

With the addition of a new parking lot and new state of the dormitories come consequences for some of the athletes and the athletic fields at the University of La Verne.

Commentary:Baseball’s beauty to be shown in October

<i>Commentary</i>:Baseball’s beauty to be shown in October

Last semester I wrote a commentary piece about the 2010 Major League Baseball season, in which I said that most likely it would be the same teams going to the playoffs this year. I was not completely wrong, but there were some teams that took me by surprise.

Four-year starter ends Leo career

Four-year starter ends Leo career

Since the age of 4, there is nothing Jon-Michael Hatta­baugh has wanted to do more than play the game of baseball, and after a 19-year career, the senior is ready to graduate and is excited to see will come next.

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