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Leopards pluck Sagehens, 52-7

Leopards pluck Sagehens, 52-7
Senior safety Arsian Erdinc jumps in front of Sagehen running back Luke Sweeney to make the interception of Luke Ferguson’s pass. The turnover added insult to injury for the defeated Pomona-Pitzer team in the end of the third quarter. The Leopards didn’t stop mauling the Sagehens till the final play, beating them by a 52-7 margin. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Kevin Parada Staff Writer In dominant... 

Poets too clever on LV senior day

Poets too clever on LV senior day
During the third quarter against Whittier, junior utility Arturo Villalpando moves the ball away from opponent John Adams, attacker. On Saturday the Whittier Poets wrote off the Leopards in a close game with a final score of 10-9 at Las Flores Park. The game against the Poets served as senior day for the Leopards, who will graduate three seniors this year. Later in the day, La Verne faced off with... 

Chapman becomes SCIAC’s ninth member

Daniel Hargis Sports Editor For the first time in 20 years, the Southern California Inter­collegiate Athletic Conference has welcomed another university into its membership, Chapman University. This is not Chapman’s first stint in the SCIAC, though; it were first associated with the conference as Chapman College beginning in 1950. The Panthers only participated in baseball, basketball and tennis... 
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Leopards swept out of postseason

Leopards swept out of postseason
La Verne junior middle blocker Catie Logan returns the ball after blocking a shot by Whittier setter Alessandra Rios at Frantz Athletic Court on Saturday. The Poets defeated the Leopards 3-0, breaking Whittier’s two game losing streak. It was La Verne’s second loss to the Poets this season, both coming by way of a sweep. The game decided who would go to the SCIAC postseason tournament next week,... 

Forbess finishes second in SCIAC cross country

Forbess finishes second in SCIAC cross country
La Verne’s Alex Forbess, junior, battles it out with his only competition, Eric Kleinsasser from Occidental, across a dirt straightaway at Prado Park on Saturday. Forbess made his fellow Leopard teammates proud with a second place finish overall in the SCIAC Cross Country Championships, earning First-Team All-SCIAC with his impressive finish of the eight kilometer race with a final time of 25:45.66.... 

LV thrashes Beavers’ dam on road

LV thrashes Beavers’ dam on road
On Saturday senior defender Brandon Friedel attempted to shield the ball from Claremont-Mudd-Scripps midfielder Rodrigo Bravo Beneitez at Claremont McKenna College. La Verne made its only goal in the first half of the game, and ended up gored by the Stags 8-1. / photo by Candice Salazar Julian Burrell Associate Editor The La Verne men’s soccer team ventured into enemy territory and managed a shutout... 

LV drowns Caltech in SCIAC opener, falls to Chapman and Redlands

LV drowns Caltech in SCIAC opener, falls to Chapman and Redlands
During a timeout in the third quarter Saturday, head coach Alex La lifts his team’s spirit for their game against Chapman at Las Flores Park. La coaches both the men’s and women’s water polo teams, and played for La Verne himself in 2001 and 2002. / photo by Cameron Barr Christian Orozco Staff Writer The men’s water polo team dominated Caltech, but fell short to Chapman on Saturday at Las Flores... 

Cal Lutheran gives Leopards royal beat down, 52-17

Cal Lutheran gives Leopards royal beat down, 52-17
Looking to run the ball down field, La Verne junior running back Josh Jones puts a stiff arm right into the face of Cal Lutheran defensive back Caius Radu on Saturday. Although La Verne was down the entire game, it scored 14 of its 17 points in the fourth quarter, finally losing 52-17. / photo by Zachary Horton Kevin Parada Staff Writer Coming off a great win over Occidental, the football team rolled... 

Leopards dominate visiting Beavers in sweep

Alyssa Cole Staff Writer The La Verne Leopards crushed the Caltech Beavers Wednesday at Frantz Athletic Court in a quick three-set sweep, 25-4, 25-12 and 25-14. At the start of the match head coach Jenna Panatier switched things up, trying different starters and different rotations. “These kind of games we get to work on fun things,” Panatier said. Junior setter Arlette Scott started the serves... 

Men’s soccer drops 3-1 decision to CLU

Daniel Hargis Sports Editor Despite a late goal, it was too little too late as men’s soccer fell to the visiting Cal Lutheran Kingsmen by a 3-1 score Wednesday at Damien High School. After a scoreless first half, it took the Kingsmen under five minutes to find their first tally, by way of freshman midfielder Tyler Pascoe. “We didn’t prepare ourselves for this game and we didn’t find the ball,”... 
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