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Athletes hope to save Ben Hines Field

A student-led campaign to save Ben Hines Field began this week and has already met strong opposition from administration.

Leos begin sprint to SCIAC finish

Leos begin sprint to SCIAC finish

The men’s and women’s track teams took part in the 25th annual Pomona-Pitzer Invita­tional on Saturday where the men’s 4×400 team took first place, women’s 4×100 finished in fifth, and men’s 4×100 took third.

Softball fights to split with rival CMS

Softball fights to split with rival CMS

The Leopards split a doubleheader with Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Saturday to ensure the top spot in the conference for at least one more week.

Water polo struggles against Cal Lutheran, 11-5

La Verne struggled to find its momentum with many lost opportunities from shots on goal to counter attacks on both ends as it fell short to Cal Lutheran Wednesday at Las Flores Park, 11-5.

La Verne is nationally ranked on the greens

La Verne is nationally ranked on the greens

They are ranked in the top 15 nationally in two polls and are trying to win their fifth Southern California Intercolleg­iate Ath­letic Conference title in a row, yet they do not get recognized half as much as the other less successful teams on campus do.

Leopards claw Beavers’ dam

It was a short day on Friday, as the Leopards took on the 0-18 Caltech Beavers at Ben Hines Field, dominating 14-1 in a seven inning game.

Women’s tennis gets aced by Bulldogs

La Verne suffered a pair of losses over the weekend against Redlands and Whittier. The Bulldogs dominated the Leo­pards at the Claremont Club on Friday, 9-0, and the Poets continued dominance on Saturday, winning 7-2.

La Verne falls by tip of a paw to Pomona-Pitzer

A misdirected field block into the goal with 43 seconds remaining sunk the hearts of La Verne faithful as the women’s water polo team fell to Pomona-Pitzer, 13-12, Wednesday at Las Flores Park.

Late game heroics help each club in softball doubleheader

Two-out heroics late in game one and a quick shift in momentum stemming from controversial calls in game two led to a split for the Leopards as they took on the Pacific Lutheran Lutes in a doubleheader Monday.

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