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Softball silences Sagehen offense

Softball silences Sagehen offense
Senior left outfielder Laura Olson fights off an inside pitch to avoid a strike out against Pomona-Pitzer Saturday. The last series for the softball team took place at Pomona-Pitzer this past weekend. The Leopards caged the Sagehens, winning both games of the doubleheader with the scores of 6-3 and 6-1, extending their winning streak to five games. / photo by Hunter Cole Jolene Nacapuy Assistant Sports... 

Persson brings a winning attitude

Persson brings a winning attitude
Trevor Persson has been named the new men’s soccer coach, replacing Crescencio Gonzalez after 12 years as head coach. Persson, a graduate of La Verne’s master’s program in education, has previously coached at Cal Poly Pomona and Cal State San Bernardino. He said he chose the position at La Verne because he saw the opportunity to transfer into a Division III school, and he believes this school... 

Leopard scoreboard

At the Buzzer Softball, April 26 La Verne – 6 Pomona-Pitzer – 3 La Verne – 6 Pomona-Pitzer – 1 Baseball, April 26 Pomona-Pitzer – 3 La Verne – 6 Whittier – 2 La Verne – 12 Women’s Water Polo, April 26 Cal Lutheran – 12 La Verne – 9 Women’s Water Polo, April 27 La Verne – 7 Chapman – 16 Baseball, April 27 La Verne – 5 Cal Lutheran – 10 Baseball, April 29 Caltech – 2 La... 

La Verne loses three to Kingsmen

La Verne loses three to Kingsmen
Junior Mark Jebbia pitched a shutout during the first seven innings against Cal Lutheran, only giving up hits and striking out 10; however, the eighth inning took a different turn with the Kingsmen scoring seven runs, which would leave the Leopards losing, 7-4. The second game was likewise unfavorable for the Leopards with a 10-3 loss. / photo by Amanda Nieto Kat Simonelli Metro Editor The Cal Lutheran... 

Water polo’s senior day spoiled by Redlands

Water polo’s senior day spoiled by Redlands
Leopards junior driver Maddie Lovrensky tries to pass the ball to the center of the pool for a shot while Redlands’ Madison Andres defends Saturday at Las Flores Park. The Leopards held tough on the defensive side of the game, but could not pull together the offense to outscore the Bulldogs resulting in an 11-8 loss for La Verne. Lovrensky scored two goals in the losing effort. / photo by Hunter... 

Leopards and Bulldogs split series

Leopards and Bulldogs split series
La Verne senior left fielder Laura Olson rounds second base as Redlands second baseman Amanda Clark tries to save a ball missed by shortstop Vicki King in the bottom of the sixth inning Saturday. La Verne’s next doubleheader is noon Saturday at Pomona-Pitzer. / photo by Helen Arase Jolene Nacapuy Assistant Sports Editor  La Verne settled for a split against No. 18 Redlands Saturday at Campus West. The... 

Leopard Scoreboard

At the Buzzer Baseball, April 18 Cal Lutheran – 11 La Verne – 2 Women’s Tennis, April 18 La Verne – 9 Occidental – 0 Women’s Water Polo, April 19 Redlands – 11 La Verne – 8 Women’s Tennis, April 19 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 6 La Verne – 3 Baseball, April 19 La Verne – 4 Cal Lutheran – 7 La Verne – 3 Cal Lutheran – 10 Softball, April 19 La Verne – 4 Redlands – 8 La Verne... 

La Verne prepares for final SCIAC meet

La Verne prepares for final SCIAC meet
Senior All-American Chancise Watkins launches of his mark for the men’s 100-meter dash against Taylor Browning and Andrei de Freitas. Watkins had the sixth best time of the day for the event with 10.85. For the 200-meter, he held the best time of the day with 21.45. / photo by Julian Burrell Kat Simonelli Metro Editor The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational... 

Leos win three of last six contests

During the ninth inning of the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader, junior shortstop Rebecca Ireland makes the throw to first for an easy out. Donning pink breast cancer awareness jerseys, La Verne faced Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Campus West’s opening weekend. The Leopards split the doubleheader, winning the first game, 2-1, and losing the second, 11-4. / photo by Hunter Cole Jolene Nacapuy Assistant... 

Commentary: NBA gives new meaning to the student athlete

<i>Commentary</i>: NBA gives new meaning to the student athlete
Julian Mininsohn, Sports Editor Now that the college basketball season has ended it is time for decisions. The top college basketball prospects around the nation decide if they want to take their talents to the NBA. Many have already declared and many more will. This year’s draft will be full of freshmen, including Kansas guard Andrew Wiggens and center Joel Embiid, as well as Duke forward Jabari... 
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