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LV stays alive at baseball regionals

Daniel Hargis Staff Writer The Leopards beat the Concordia Tornadoes 8-5 Thursday to advance to the next round of the NCAA West Regional playoffs. The team suffered a loss a day prior to the win. La Verne lost to the Whitworth Pirates 5-0 Wednesday at Linfield College in Oregon. “They did the little things when asked to and we didn’t. That was the difference in the game,” head coach Scott Winterburn... 

Sean Smith makes a quarter count

Sean Smith makes a quarter count
After bouncing around among several schools, it became apparent to 35-year-old Sean Smith that La Verne, with its small class sizes, was the place for him. Smith, who graduated in 1999 and got his MBA in 2001, returned this semester to compete in track and field. / photo by Brittney Slater-Shew Christian Orozco Sports Editor University of La Verne graduate Sean Smith has shown Leopard fans that age... 

Senior leader steps up to the plate

Senior leader steps up to the plate
Senior outfielder Jacob Ludvik completed his second year playing for the University’s baseball team. After his transfer from Citrus College, he made a quick impact on the baseball team and helped the team win its 20th Southern California Intercol­legiate Athletic Conference title. / photo by Debora Escobar Alex Forbess Staff Writer After a successful baseball season for the University of La Verne,... 

Warriors remain undefeated

Warriors remain undefeated
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. The Warriors won 76-6. The Warriors game was held at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario on Saturday. The Warriors are undefeated with two games remaining in the season. / photo by Cameron Barr  Read More →

Katie Yeager raises the bar

Katie Yeager raises the bar
Rather than walking or driving to school, sophomore Katie Yeager prefers to ride her long board. Yeager divides her time between classes, her Sigma Kappa sorority duties and pole vaulting for the track and field team. Yeager, who placed first in the pole vault at the SCIAC national championships, is currently ranked 19th nationally. / photo by Scott Mirimanian Amanda Nieto Arts Editor Katie Yeager... 

Marcus Fortugno races to London

Marcus Fortugno races to London
Senior track 400 meter and 200 meter sprinter Marcus Fortugno is La Verne’s first-ever event champion in the 400 meter run at the California-Nevada State Championships. Fortugno ran the fastest quarter-mile time a year ago, 46.55 seconds, securing the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division III West Region Track Athlete of the Year. / photo by Cameron Barr Christian Orozco Sports... 

Track and field races to the finish

Track and field races to the finish
Freshman pole-vaulter Taylor Bernhard competes at the Occidental Invitational track meet Saturday. She successfully cleared a height of 10-10.75 feet, placing her 14th out of 23 athletes. The invitational was a non-scoring meet. / photo by Zachary Horton Robert Penalber Staff Writer The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at Saturday’s Occidental Invitational in hopes of improving... 

Ontario Warriors football wins

Ontario Warriors football wins
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 Warriors defeated the Knights, shutting them out with the score of 66-0. The Warriors are undefeated in their American Indoor Football season with a record of 6-0. The Warriors... 

Baseball clinches 20th SCIAC title

Baseball clinches 20th SCIAC title
After the completion of Friday’s games against the Whittier Poets, the University of La Verne Leopards congratulated pitcher Ross Herber on a shutout game. The game ended with the Leopards winning 3-0. / photo by Cameron Barr Daniel Hargis Staff Writer Green, orange and leopard print balloons floated in the air, LVTV was broadcasting, posters with photos of all nine Leopard seniors hung on a wall... 

Turner jumps to 1st place

Turner jumps to 1st place
La Verne junior Paul Turner leaps for first place with a distance of 15.15 meters in the triple jump at the SCIAC Championships Saturday at Redlands. It was his second top finish in two years. Turner also took first place in the long jump with a distance of 7.58 meters. / photo by Zachary Horton  Read More →
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