Sports




Campus Times
March 31, 2000


photo by Jaime Ortega

The annual intramural basketball tournament, sponsored by the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum, consisted of eight teams this year. Every Thursday night for the past four weeks, the coed teams played to find out who would be the champions. In the end, the team called the No Names won. Junior Tom Chambers, co-chair, said, "In the past years with intramural basketball, we've never had the turn-out in terms of participation and school support." Next year, Chambers would also like to start more intramural sports, including soccer, softball and hockey.


ULV wins 2nd, drops Harvard in 4

Another victory comes for the men's volleyball team against the Crimson.

Sullenger remembered at dedication ceremony

A plaque is unveiled at the new discus ring in Ortmayer Stadium.

Baseball struck by midseason slump

The Leopards hit a three-game skid against North Central, UC San Diego and Point Loma Nazarene.

ULV drowns Poets, bit by Bulldogs

The women's water polo team tops Whittier, but cannot overcome Redlands.

Golf in bunkers vs. UCSD

The golfers fall short to the Tritons, 307-315.

Leopards run with steady progress

Improvement comes for the track and field teams as they defeat Occidental.

Softball secures 1st place with wins over CMS

The Athenas fall victim to the Leopards' attack, 7-1 and 10-1.