Kezman finished with a game-high four goals and led the Leopards with three steals. Kezman currently leads the SCIAC with 36 goals and 43 points.
Winsky notched the best performance of her young La Verne career. The freshman from Sierra Madre scored three times and added one assist and one steal.
Sage Nowell scored twice for the Leopards. Samantha Murillo got the start in the cage notching two steals and a save to pick up her first win of the season. Elisa Novo jumped in front of the net in the second half, recording three saves and two steals.
Emilie Eastman got the Leopards on the board first, scoring less than two minutes into the game off an Ilene Guerrero pass. The Beavers' Katie Johnson responded quickly, evening the game thirty seconds later.
But that would be the last the Caltech would be close as the Leopards ended the first quarter on a 3-0 off of goals by Kezman, Ashley Garcia, and Winsky.
After La Verne went into halftime up by four, Taylor Puno and Sage Nowell got the Leopards rolling in the third quarter, scoring back-to-back goals to extend the Leopards' lead to 8-2. Guerrero and Kelly Riedel each scored once. Riedel and Christine Castrellon each dished out two assists.
Whittier 12, La Verne 8
Shelby Garcia picked up six saves and a steal. Teresa Marchetti led Whittier with four goals.
After Wednesday's results, the Leopards move to 3-7 overall and 1-2 in SCIAC play.
The Leopards have the weekend off and will return to action early next week when they host Cal Lutheran on Tuesday, March 12 at 4 p.m.Watch Live Follow ULV Athletics on Twitter Like us on Facebook Watch on Youtube Follow us on Instagram