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Kingsmen put Leopards in check

Kingsmen put Leopards in check
La Verne sophomore guard Khaneal Mason attempts a layup against Cal Lutheran junior guard Lanaki Apele late in the second half Tuesday. The Leopards were within three, but were defeated by the Kingsmen, 71–64./ photo by Daniel Torres Sierra Dasher Staff Writer The men’s basketball team suffered a tough loss, 71-64, against Cal Lutheran Tuesday at Frantz Athletic Court. La Verne started the game... 

Leos pounce past Pomona-Pitzer

Leos pounce past Pomona-Pitzer
La Verne freshman forward Kayla Chism drives to the basket past Pomona-Pitzer sophomore guard Hayley Pienton and freshman forward Cassandra Palmer in the second half Saturday. The Leopards had a nine point lead heading into the half and kept it throughout the game and plucked the Sagehens, 68-62, at Frantz Athletic Court. / photo by Jolene Nacapuy Hal Hargrave Staff Writer A large lead for the La Verne... 

Tennis serves sweep against Oxy

Tennis serves sweep against Oxy
Sophomore Bridget Etchegaray returns the ball against her opponents junior Keilani Bonis-Ericksen and senior Sara Charney of Occidental. Etchegaray and teammate senior Laina Matsuda won their doubles match, 8-4. La Verne swept the Tigers, 9-0, Sunday at the Claremont Club. / photo by Alexandra Arkley Hal Hargrave Staff Writer The No. 15 La Verne women’s tennis team served its way into action with... 

Softball silences Puget Sound

Softball silences Puget Sound
With bases loaded and two outs, La Verne sophomore first baseman Alexis Schiff hits a pop up, as senior second baseman Danielle Vela leads off third base on her way home. Unfortunately for Schiff and Vela, Puget Sound caught the ball to end the fourth inning. Even so, the Leopards defeated the Loggers in the second game of the day, 4-2, at Campus West. / photo by Daniel Torres  Read More →

Baseball team looks forward to SCIAC play

Kat Simonelli Editor in Chief The La Verne baseball team plans to put its past behind it and hopes to be in the running for another Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Con­ference championship during their upcoming 2015 season. “We definitely are looking to compete for a conference title,” graduate assistant Jason Munoz said. “That’s our expectation every year, anything below that... 

Leopards Scoreboard

At the Buzzer Softball, Feb. 8 La Verne – 10 Puget Sound – 5 La Verne – 4 Puget Sound – 2 Men’s Basketball, Feb. 10 La Verne – 64 Cal Lutheran – 71 Women’s Basketball, Feb. 11 La Verne – 68 Cal Lutheran – 83 Schedule Friday Baseball vs. Caltech, 2:30 p.m. Saturday Track and field @ Whittier, 10 a.m. Baseball @ Caltech, 11 a.m. Softball @ Cal Lutheran, noon Baseball @ Caltech, 2... 

Yaxley is a leader on and off court

Yaxley is a leader on and off court
Junior outside hitter Brittany Yaxley was named an All-American on both American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III Third Team and First Team All-SCIAC. Beside volleyball, Yaxley’s interests include reading Harry Potter books and photography. / photo by Kaung Myat Tun Hal Hargrave Staff Writer Despite competing in a sport where being tall is the norm, Brittany Yaxley does not let her petite... 

Hoops League swishes into action

Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor The Leo Hoops League dribbled into action for the first time Nov. 21 in a tournament held by Cal State Northridge. The team played in four games throughout the weekend, defeating Cal State Northridge, but fell to San Luis Obispo and Santa Clara twice. They came in fifth out of eight teams in the tournament. This tournament was the first club tournament that CSUN held. “We... 

Leopards win first game of season

Leopards win first game of season
La Verne junior center Emily Myers attempts a shot while being covered by Bethesda senior guard Lisette Longmo and junior forward Karina Ortiz Nov. 22 at Frantz Athletic Court. Although Bethesda had a significant height advantage, the Leopards doused the Flames for their first win of the season, 60-53. La Verne lost to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 65-62, Wednesday. / photo by Daniel Torres  Read More →

Football keeps helmets high in sky

Hal Hargrave Staff Writer What was expected to be a powerhouse year for the football team did not meet team expectations with some crucial close losses. The Leopards finished the season 2-7 overall and 1-6 in the Southern California Inter­collegiate Athletic Conference. “Record wise this season we were not where we wanted to be,” head coach Chris Krich said. “But as far as an internal group... 
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