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Leopards send Bulldogs to pound

Leopards send Bulldogs to pound
La Verne freshman guard Victor Costa attempts to drive past Redlands senior guard Connor Griffin and freshman center Blake O’Brien in the second half of Saturday’s game. The Leopards pounced into the lead with 40 seconds remaining in the game to defeat the Bulldogs, 59-58, at Frantz Athletic Court to break their two game losing streak. / photo by Jolene Nacapuy Lauren Crumbaker Staff Writer The... 

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 team looks forward to SCIAC play

Kat Simonelli Editor in Chief The La Verne baseball team plans to put its past behind it and hopes to be in the running for another Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Con­ference championship during their upcoming 2015 season. “We definitely are looking to compete for a conference title,” graduate assistant Jason Munoz said. “That’s our expectation every year, anything below that... 

Yaxley is a leader on and off court

Yaxley is a leader on and off court
Junior outside hitter Brittany Yaxley was named an All-American on both American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III Third Team and First Team All-SCIAC. Beside volleyball, Yaxley’s interests include reading Harry Potter books and photography. / photo by Kaung Myat Tun Hal Hargrave Staff Writer Despite competing in a sport where being tall is the norm, Brittany Yaxley does not let her petite... 

Football keeps helmets high in sky

Hal Hargrave Staff Writer What was expected to be a powerhouse year for the football team did not meet team expectations with some crucial close losses. The Leopards finished the season 2-7 overall and 1-6 in the Southern California Inter­collegiate Athletic Conference. “Record wise this season we were not where we wanted to be,” head coach Chris Krich said. “But as far as an internal group... 

Soccer speed dials in to next season

Kat Simonelli News Editor Though the men’s soccer team stayed dialed in to all of its games, it was unable to reach its goal of making it into the SCIAC postseason tournament. This did not change the fact that the team came out this year under a new coaching staff and played their hearts out for one another. “For it being my first year, us getting 11 wins was historically a good number,” head... 

Football earns first SCIAC victory, 41-37, over Pomona-Pitzer

Football earns first SCIAC victory, 41-37, over Pomona-Pitzer
Sophomore wide receiver Alex Arellano returns the ball for 15 yards past the Pomona-Pitzer defense Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium. Arellano’s return to the 25-yard line led to a series that resulted in a touchdown that tied the game at 14 near the end of the first half. The Leopards defeated the Sagehens, 41-37, in their last home game of the season. / photo by Daniel Torres Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor Hal... 

Sagehens fly past sinking Leopards

Sagehens fly past sinking Leopards
La Verne junior driver Bryan Jimenez looks for an open teammate during a rush by Pomona-Pitzer defenders during the second quarter of Saturday’s game at Haldeman Pool. The Leopards fell early in the first as the strong Sagehens defense submerged the Leopards, 19-8, resulting in the fourth conference loss of the season for La Verne. / photo by Julian Mininsohn Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor The men’s... 

Volleyball gets NCAA regional bid

Hal Hargrave Staff Writer Although it was a tough weekend for the women’s volleyball team, things started looking up Monday after the team found out it received a regional bid to play No. 21 Trinity Texas in the NCAA Division III tournament. The last time La Verne met Trinity in 2012, the Leopards came out victorious, 3-2. La Verne will make its 25th NCAA Tournament appearance. The Leopards are... 

No Homecoming magic for Leopards

No Homecoming magic for Leopards
La Verne senior wide receiver Andres Fernandez is tackled by Redlands sophomore defensive back Aaron Mandell Saturday at the Homecoming Game. The Bulldogs took a bite out of the Leopards’ pride as the Leopards fell, 64-28, at Ortmayer Stadium./ photo by Emily Bieker Hal Hargrave Staff Writer What the Leopards hoped would be a magical day during Homecoming weekend turned out to be much less than... 
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