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Leadership, ambition, and charisma are three ways to describe junior education major Matthew Biggers, who has owned the football field in 2012.
The football team ended its 2012 season on a winning note Saturday afternoon with a 36-24 defeat over Occidental at Ortmayer Stadium.
As cloudy skies turned to sunshine Saturday so did the Leopards’ playoff chances as they beat Pomona-Pitzer, 34-24, handing the winless Sagehens their fourth loss.
Despite showing major improvements, the Leopards suffered their first conference loss Saturday night, falling to Redlands, 40-21.
In August, the Florida Tarpons, a professional indoor football team, announced their signing of ULV senior Allen Daniels as a wide receiver and defensive back.
Sept. 15 marked the opening football game for the Leopards with the introduction to the revamped Ortmayer Stadium. The Leopards played the Whitworth Pirates, losing the game 45-20.
Christopher Poindexter (No. 12) of the Ontario Warriors, receives a hit from Nevada Lynx player Rashad Jones as he attempts to score from the 10 yard line.
Ontario Warriors running back Brian Flowers manages to fend off nearly the entire Alameda Knight’s defense to secure a first down during the second quarter of their game Sunday at Citizen’s Business Bank Arena in Ontario.
The football team ended the 2011 season on Saturday on a high note by beating Whittier in a closely contested game, 24-20. With the win over the Poets, the Leopards finished the season with its best record since 2005.
In dominant fashion, the football team cruised to a 52-7 victory over the Sagehens of Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday.