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Leopard bats go silent in no hitter

Leopard bats go silent in no hitter
Junior centerfielder Nolan Henley checks a swing Friday in the bottom of the third inning, taking a fourth ball for a walk. Henley was the only Leopards base runner, as La Verne was no-hit by the Redlands Bulldogs and in eight innings, 10-0, at Ben Hines Field. / photo by Celene Vargas Lauren Crumbaker Staff Writer Redlands Bulldogs freshman pitcher Felix Minjarez threw a no hitter against the Leopards,... 

Leopards overpower Beavers in eighth

Leopards overpower Beavers in eighth
Caltech junior center fielder Daniel Chou is thrown out at first base by La Verne junior second baseman Aaron Orona to junior first baseman Ben White in the top of the sixth inning Friday at Ben Hines Field at Campus West. The Leopards harassed the Beavers from the first inning, winning 12-1 at the bottom of the eighth, after the mercy rule was enforced. / photo by Helen Arase Hal Hargrave Staff Writer... 

Baseball looks toward next season

Jolene Nacapuy Assistant Sports Editor 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 Leopards beat Caltech, 21-2 in seven innings on April 29 and with a loss by Occidental on that same day, clinched the No. 4 seed in the SCIAC postseason tournament. La Verne faced top-seeded Cal Lutheran... 

Leos squeeze into SCIAC playoffs

Leos squeeze into SCIAC playoffs
Senior catcher George Holland hits a double play grounder in the bottom of the fifth inning Saturday against Whittier. The Leopards played a split doubleheader Saturday at Ben Hines Field, facing both Pomona-Pitzer and Whittier. They beat the Sagehens in the first game, 6-3, and then won the second against Whittier, 12-2, moving them into fourth place. La Verne will play in a double elimination tournament... 

La Verne loses three to Kingsmen

La Verne loses three to Kingsmen
Junior Mark Jebbia pitched a shutout during the first seven innings against Cal Lutheran, only giving up hits and striking out 10; however, the eighth inning took a different turn with the Kingsmen scoring seven runs, which would leave the Leopards losing, 7-4. The second game was likewise unfavorable for the Leopards with a 10-3 loss. / photo by Amanda Nieto Kat Simonelli Metro Editor The Cal Lutheran... 

Track, field to undergo renovation

Christian Orozco Staff Writer 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. However, the coaches affected by the renovations have different opinions about how the changes will impact recruiting. “Anything new is always fun to have,” football coach Chris Krich said. “The... 

Squads find homes, await new fields

Squads find homes, await new fields
The women’s soccer team will hold practices this semester at Lutheran High School on Fruit Street, just north of Foothill Boulevard. Practices are held Monday through Thursday afternoons. Head coach Wendy Zwissler said the Lutheran High field is a great place to practice. / photo by Candice Salazar Grace Casale Staff Writer Bulldozed baseball, soccer and football fields will eventually give way to... 

Demolition blues

Demolition blues
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. / photo by David Bess  Read More →

Letter to the Editor

Dear 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. What got me here where I am today is my ability to never... 

Leos win last game at Ben Hines Field

Leos win last game at Ben Hines Field
Caltech left fielder Brendan Sheehan misses a fly ball hit by La Verne’s designated hitter Jason Munoz in the fourth inning of last Friday’s game at Ben Hines Field. Munoz earned a triple for the play and went on to score. The Leopards beat the Beavers, 13-3, in seven innings. / photo by Allison Lavelle Elsie Ramos Sports Editor The Leopards gave Ben Hines Field and their seniors a proper farewell... 
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