This week, the members of LMU’s men’s water polo team are gearing up for their team’s appearance in the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) Conference Championship tournament. The competition will take place this weekend at California Baptist University in Riverside, California.
When the 2019 season started, did anyone in the West Coast Conference believe that the LMU men’s soccer team could get to where they are now? For that matter, how many people actually on the LMU men’s soccer team believed that they could?
Last week, sophomore men’s soccer forward Jack Sauls was awarded the men’s soccer WCC Player of the Week. Asst. Sports Editor Nick Rossi met with Sauls to talk about his own personal success and to gain insight into his team’s Cinderella season.
LMU announced today that women's soccer head coach Michelle Myers has resigned from her position. This resignation is effective immediately, and LMU will begin the search for a new coach right away. In her eight seasons as head coach, Myers put up a record of 63-74-20, with an incredible 201…
Coming off sixth and seventh place performances at the Nov. 1 West Coast Conference (WCC) Championships, the men’s and women’s cross country teams are looking to place highly in what will most likely be their final meet this fall, the NCAA West Regional Meet, in Colfax, Wash.
As a child, junior forward Jasmine Jones’ primary sport was not basketball, but rather cheerleading. Eventually, her competitive nature drew her away from cheer and to the hardwood. In her mind, this change was inevitable.
If you follow sports at LMU, Chloe Clark is a name you’ll quickly become very familiar with. As the student host of "The Pride," a new weekly digital media show that promotes LMU sports, she is rapidly making a name for herself on campus as the face of the athletics program.
3. A full team effort: The dominant 105-62 win on Tuesday night over Westcliff took more than just one man; five different LMU players scored in double digits, led by sophomore forward Ivan Alipiev with a career-high 25 points. Other key contributors were junior guard/forward Eli Scott and f…
Entering her junior season, guard Chelsey Gipson is excited to take on new challenges and responsibilities. She is also determined to step up as a leader and help guide the Lions to success in the city she calls home.
Cierra Belvin (guard) and Raychel Stanley (center), the only two seniors on the women’s basketball team this year, look to close out their LMU careers with a third consecutive winning season.
This season, head women's basketball coach Charity Elliott enters her eighth year at the helm of the program. Assistant Sports Editor Jameson O'Neil sat down with Elliott to discuss takeaways from last season, new and returning players, and things learned from her LMU coaching career.