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It has been more than six years since a track and field event has taken place on the La Verne campus. On Saturday, La Verne’s track and field team placed first in 14 events overall, hosting its first home meet since 2006 on the revamped Ortmayer Stadium.
A valiant effort was not enough as the men’s basketball team suffered a tough road loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 76-68, Saturday at Ducey Gymnasium.
La Verne played a tight defensive game Saturday at Claremont Mudd-Scripps. The Leopards led the game by 14 points until the Athenas came back in the second half. La Verne’s defense stood strong and they held on for an 82-77 win.
After a six-year volleyball career, senior setter Kendall Kraiss is graduating and saying goodbye to the competitive sport she fell in love with in high school.
Even with the stadium roaring — fans chanting, “I believe that we will win” — it was not enough momentum for the men’s basketball team to overcome Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, losing 73-67 Wednesday at Frantz Athletic Court.
Leadership, ambition, and charisma are three ways to describe junior education major Matthew Biggers, who has owned the football field in 2012.
At the Buzzer Women’s basketball, Dec. 1 La Verne – 46 Puget Sound – 59 Women’s basketball, Dec.2 La Verne – 47 George Fox – 73 Men’s basketball, Dec. 5 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 73 La Verne – 67 Schedule Saturday Swimming and diving vs. Cal Lutheran @ Las Flores Park, 11 a.m. Men’s basketball vs. Pomona-Pitzer, […]
The men’s cross country team recently finished their 2012 season, which ended with the team traveling to Indiana to compete in the NCAA Division III National Championships.
After being named the Division III West Region Female Athlete of the Year, placing 17th overall at the NCAA championships and breaking several school records, senior Lenore Moreno has yet to feel the end of her collegiate cross-country career.
With the West Campus project moving forward, the softball and baseball teams will finally have their own fields to call home.