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Track and field sprints into season

Freshman kinesiology major Jake Pavlovics practices his 110 meter hurdles for the meet Saturday at Pomona College, where he will compete in the Pomona All-Corners decathlon. The Leopards’ first home meet will be March 1. / photo by Austen Beck Autumn Simon Staff Writer The University of La Verne track and field team is in session and coaching staff are motivated and are poised to conquer the Southern... 

Leopard sprints way to Nationals

Leopard sprints way to Nationals
Junior speech communication major Chancise Watkins does more than run track. He enjoys video games, collecting hats and getting tattoos. Watkins gets his tattoos from a friend back home in Blythe, Watkins’ dorm walls are covered with his awards that he has accumulated over the years. Watkins won the 200-meter at the SCIAC Championships with a time of 21.31. / photo by Stephanie Ball Julian Mininsohn Staff... 

Leos continue to dominate SCIAC

Leos continue to dominate SCIAC
Freshman computer science and engineering major Matt Wheeler competed with four other teammates in the high jump Saturday against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Caltech at Ortmayer Stadium. He placed fourth with a height of 1.75m. The next track and field meet is the Pomona-Pitzer Invitational at 10 a.m. Saturday in Claremont. / photo by Nicole Ambrose Karleigh Neff Staff Writer La Verne’s Ortmayer Stadium... 

Cross country runners finish strong at SCIAC championships

Veronica Orozco News Editor More than 100 spectators rushed to the final straightaway, making sure they witnessed senior Lenore Moreno finish first for La Verne at the 2012 SCIAC Cross Country Championships at Prado Park in Chino Saturday. This is one of few great accomplishments the men’s and women’s cross country teams obtained, with the men finishing third overall and the women fourth. Along... 

Ortmayer Stadium to get new look

Ortmayer Stadium to get new look
Construction on the football field moves along with the input of the cooling system. Pipes buried beneath the field cool the artificial turf when it gets too hot. On Tuesday, the contractor Byrom-Davey worked to cover the piles of dirt and rock with tarps to protect them from rain and mud. / photo by Zachary Horton Christian Orozco Sports Editor The $4 million project of refurbishing Ortmayer Stadium... 

La Verne leaves conference rivals in the dust

La Verne leaves conference rivals in the dust
Freshman Nick St. Clair placed second in the triple jump against Redlands and Whittier on Saturday with a jump of 13.04 meters. / photo by Cassandra Egan Christian Orozco Sports Editor It was a fruitful weekend for the men’s and women’s track and field teams as they won three of four total competitions at Occidental on Saturday. The men’s team destroyed Whittier with the score of 107-53, but... 

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... 

Track damage sidelines competition

Track damage sidelines competition
Pat Widolff, professor of movement and sport sciences, commented that the track does not just look bad but poses an injury risk to all people using the track. Once the original First Street, it is now covered by the southwestern part of the track in Ortmayer Stadium. It has acquired drainage problems making it unusable for track events. Additionally the installation of the new surface on the track... 
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