Like many Mexican-Americans, I was astonished by the results of last week’s presidential election. I was angry, disappointed and afraid because of the rhetoric spilled by now President-elect Donald Trump, especially towards Mexican immigrants and Mexico.
As the sun starts setting, coloring the sky in a variety of orange tones, music travels the surroundings of Ortmayer Stadium along with a chilly breeze. The stands are still empty, and there is a feeling of calm before the storm as a group of men walk together onto the field, just like any other […]
When reports emerged that Harvard University’s men’s soccer team had an annual tradition of ranking players from the women’s team by attractiveness, using sexually explicit and lewd terms to comment on their appearance, the standard punishment was expected: a gentle slap on the wrist, if that.
A free kick goal and a red card undid the Leopards in a tough 2-0 defeat to the Chapman Panthers in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason tournament semifinals Nov. 3 at Ortmayer Stadium.
After a promising start during pre-season play, the women’s soccer team was never able to spark a wave of momentum to mount a push toward its playoff aspirations. Instead, the Leopards finished 3-15, with just seven goals scored.
In an epic comeback, the men’s soccer team defied the odds and snatched a victory right off the Redlands Bulldogs’ hands to convert a 2-0 disadvantage into a 3-2 road win Friday at Farquhar Field.
The dismal 2016 season wrapped up with some more disappointment for the women’s soccer team after a 4-1 defeat to No. 21 Pomona-Pitzer on senior night Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Senior forward Saul Uribe came to the rescue twice in the same week to earn the Leopards wins in the final minutes against the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags and Whittier Poets.
The Leopards’ tenacity kept them alive until the final minutes and almost resulted in a goal on the last play, but the home team was unable to prevail against Cal Lutheran, falling 1-0 Monday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Students enjoyed two nights of soccer, Latin music and hot chocolate Tuesday and Wednesday at the South Quad for the Latino Student Forum’s second annual soccer tournament.