University of La Verne graduate Sean Smith has shown Leopard fans that age is nothing but a number, and has competed with some of the best shot put and discus throwers in SCIAC this track and field season.
After a successful baseball season for the University of La Verne, senior outfielder Jacob Ludvik thinks of one response while packing his bags and traveling to Oregon for the NCAA Tournament: We did it.
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 sophomore anthropology major has been pole vaulting for five years and is this year’s Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion in the event.
Senior Marcus Fortugno has been leaving his competition in the dust for the past four years. He has made a mark in Leopard athletics and hopes to continue his running career even after graduation.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at Saturday’s Occidental Invitational in hopes of improving their personal records weeks before heading to the NCAA Division III Championships.
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.
At the end, a swing and a miss set the team into a frenzy as they secured their 20th Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title with a 3-0 senior day win over Whittier Friday at Mt. SAC’s Mazmanian Field.
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.
The golf team has had quite a successful season after winning the 2012 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference golf championship for the sixth consecutive year.