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Squads find homes, await new fields

Squads find homes, await new fields

Bulldozed baseball, soccer and football fields will eventually give way to the spanking new residence hall and a parking lot.

Larini leaves LV as a storied leader on the diamond

Larini leaves LV as a storied leader on the diamond

La Verne will lose another outstanding Leopard athlete come the end of the semester, as pitcher and infielder Mark Larini has played his last game for the University.

Letter to the Editor

As a young man I look back to my younger years, growing up playing baseball. I remember dreaming of bigger better stages to compete and display my abilities in the sport. I came from programs that did not have winning traditions, in fact they could be considered among the worst programs over the past 10 years in southern California.

Leos win last game at Ben Hines Field

Leos win last game at Ben Hines Field

The Leopards gave Ben Hines Field and their seniors a proper farewell last Friday, beating Caltech, 13-3, in seven innings.

Sports complex faces rough road: Timing of construction projects puts the squeeze on athletes, MSS program

The University of La Verne plans to build new athletics facilities on its Campus West property, located south of Arrow Highway and west of Wheeler Avenue, no later than Dec. 31, 2013.

Letter to the Editor

I couldn’t agree more with the editorial comments opposing the removal of Ben Hines Field for a parking lot (“Field of broken dreams,” April 22).

Petition drive to save Ben Hines Field continues

The campaign to save Ben Hines Field continued Tuesday. This time almost all athletic teams came out to show their support.

La Verne defeats Tigers in walkoff fashion

La Verne’s two-game losing streak ended as they pulled out a 5-4 win against Occidental Saturday in one of the last games on Ben Hines Field.

Bulldogs rally to beat Leopards, 7-6

Bulldogs rally to beat Leopards, 7-6

Despite many chances, the Leopards could not overcome a four-run eighth inning by the Redlands Bulldogs, falling 7-6 on Saturday at Ben Hines Field in the most important game of the season for both teams.

Field of broken dreams

Ben Hines Field is slated to be torn down at the end of the baseball season in May to make room for a new parking lot.

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