Sports




Campus Times
April 16, 2004


photo by Jason Cortez

Freshman Valerie Keehmer, a driver for the University of La Verne women’s water polo team, scored three goals, including the game winner, in the 7-6 overtime victory against Sonoma State April 4. The Leopards are currently 2-2 in conference play with an overall record of 5-13. Their next home match will be against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday.


Golf makes strides in conference

The Leopards close in on the SCIAC title after big wins over Redlands and Claremont.

Volleyball denied from national tournament

The men finish the season 7-11 and without a playoff bid.

Track hits NCAA qualifying marks

Both the men's and women's teams send several athletes to nationals.

LV finds competition deep in the heart of Texas

The baseball team splits its four games in the Lone Star state.



photo by Sara Kirk

Returning a serve in her first game, Desiree Whipperman, No. 6 singles for the La Verne women’s tennis team, was defeated by Aimme Fiore of Cal Lutheran in two games, 6-0, 6-2. The Leopards were shut out by Cal Lutheran, 9-0 on April 2. Their SCIAC record is now 2-4.