Posts Tagged ‘LA University’

Track & Field: University’s Barbara Nwaba wins gold at the Thorpe Cup

University’s Barbara Nwaba continues to show success on the track after high school as she took gold in the heptathlon and helped Team USA win the Thorpe Cup this week in Marburg, Germany. Nwaba finished the international track and field competition between USA and Germany with a new Thorpe record of 6205 points. It is […]

Football: Q&A with University head coach Lee Lowe

With the fall sports just around the corner and the football summer practices now underway, we at the Los Angeles Sports Journal will bring you interviews with all fifteen high school and junior college coaches on the westside throughout the month of July. Third in our series is a conversation with University head coach Lee […]

Girls Basketball: A 47-point performance by Nwaba leads Univeristy past Hamilton

University has leaned on Precious Nwaba throughout the entire season but rarely does a single player outscore an entire team. That happened on Monday as the junior scored 47 points and her first-ever triple-double of her career in a 79-39 victory. Nwaba also had 13 rebounds and 11 steals. It was a big change the […]

Girls Basketball: Nwaba has 38 points in University’s win over Venice

Precious Nwaba had 38 points for University has the Wildcats snapped their three-game losing streak with a 67-50 road victory over Venice. The junior shot 67% from the field, made 15 free throws and had 14 rebounds in the game. Lizette Lopez and Lizeth Hernandez each added eight points for the Wildcats. University (13-11, 4-4 […]

Boys Volleyball: Today’s first round playoff schedule

Below is today’s first round boys volleyball playoff schedule involving westside teams. All games are at 7 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. LA CITY SECTION Division 1: Grant at Palisades Division 2: Kennedy at University Arleta at Venice SOUTHERN SECTION

Boys Basketball: LA University High’s tournament gets an upgrade with Santa Monica and Windward added to the mix

It was not that long ago that University High’s boys’ basketball tournament was hosting the likes of Huntington Park College Ready and Lou Dantzer. The small schools seem to be a thing of the past as the Wildcats have significantly improve the quaility of teams in the upcoming 2013 verision of the Jim Nakabara Classic. Buckley, the […]

Baseball: University hangs on in a crazy 7th to beat Westchester

Sometimes when you recieve a generous gift, your immediate response to return the gesture in kind. That what University nearly did in picking up a big Western League victory on the road in wild seventh inning of an 10-5 win over Westchester. Leading 6-3, University seemed to break the game open when Miguel Solis single […]

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