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The baseball team ended its regular season with an overall record of 19-22 and a 15-13 record in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
The baseball team won two of its three round robin games this weekend, falling back into a three-way tie for fourth place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Conference.
The Cal Lutheran Kingsmen swept the Leopards in a three- game series, concluding the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference regular season Friday and Saturday.
Ortmayer Stadium, including the football field and track, are scheduled to undergo a major facelift sometime in November, most likely sometime after the football season.
Bulldozed baseball, soccer and football fields will eventually give way to the spanking new residence hall and a parking lot.
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.
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.
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.
The University of La Verne has been filled with the spirit of protest throughout April, when a sit-in protest to the tearing down of Ben Hines Field on April 12 brought students and faculty together for a cause that mattered