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When spring semester comes to an end, so does spring football. Friday marked the end of spring football, where new head coach Chris Krich distilled accountability and discipline into his new players.
After losing to Cal Lutheran in the SCIAC championship tournament at the end of 2010, the athletics department thought that a coaching change would give the women’s volleyball team that extra push it needed to get back to the top of the conference.
After a rough ending to his career as minor league hockey player, junior communications major Blake Humphrey has found a way to stay involved in hockey – through scouting for the team for which he once played.
Fences surrounding Ben Hines Field were removed Tuesday as the University of La Verne begins construction on a parking lot along First Street to serve the new residence hall slated to open fall 2012. The building will house 387 students as well as retail stores.
The men’s track and field team finished its season strong, taking third place in the SCIAC Championships with 100 points, 66 points behind first place Redlands.
After being involved in sports almost her entire life, senior basketball and softball player Ashley Paul no longer has another season to look forward to.
The tennis season came to a tough close for La Verne as it finished with a 2-8 record in conference and 7-14 overall.
After helping the golf team win the SCIAC Championship, it would seem unlikely that things could get better for junior psychology major Andrew Roque, but they did.
On April 25 the golf team won the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships for the fifth year in a row.
The University of La Verne played host to Blood Bank Mixed Martial Arts academy, which set up shop in Sneaky Park this week to raise awareness of martial arts and the benefits participation offers.