While the journeys of the twin sisters have been intertwined their entire lives, they are now playing professionally 9,906 miles apart.
Dynn Leaupepe’s combined 57 points in two games last week propelled the Mustangs to back-to-back conference wins.
Life can be hectic for college athletes, but having a sibling around eases the tension for these Mustangs.
Dynn and Lynn Leaupepe accounted for 38 of the Mustangs’ 75 points in their first win of the season.
The women’s basketball team lost in their away season opener 83-71 to the University of San Francisco Saturday.
Led by a plethora of vetted seniors, the Cal Poly women’s basketball team is looking to improve on a seventh-place conference finish in 2016. The Mustangs are placed to finish sixth in this year’s Big West preseason coaches’ poll and…