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This past weekend, both the men and women’s soccer teams saw their seasons march on, combining to play three matches total.

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The LMU men’s and women’s cross country teams began their respective fall campaigns with a pair of impressive performances at the Mark Covert Classic Invitational in Brea, California on Aug. 31. The men finished third overall out of 19 teams and second overall among collegiate teams, while t…

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He may not be a familiar face, but he is a familiar voice to those who watch LMU sports from home. Raihan Bal, a senior marketing major, serves as the primary broadcaster for LMU’s soccer and baseball teams on the West Coast Conference TV network. In addition, he works on the FM Radio doing …

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This past Friday, the men’s soccer team opened its season with a game at home against the Hokies of Virginia Tech. The game represented a tough test for the Lions, with their opponents being ranked No. 16 in the nation at the start of the season. It was also a great opportunity for this LMU …

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Entering a new season, the coaches and players for the men’s water polo team expect to accomplish big things in the pool. They believe that they can improve on last season’s result and exceed their third place standing in the Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) preseason coaches poll. They…

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Club ultimate frisbee will be making its debut at LMU this year as a competitive club team. Recently, ultimate frisbee has seen a great surge on campus.

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This summer, LMU Athletics unveiled new uniforms for the upcoming fall sports season. The new uniforms feature the University's new athletic logo and spirit mark, which was implemented in late March of this past spring. Gersten Pavillion, the home court of the volleyball and basketball teams…

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The LMU women’s soccer team began the 2019 season in unique fashion, taking a cross country road trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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"I still feel like I have a lot left to do. There are still goals that I've set for myself and the team that we haven't reached yet.” LMU volleyball star Tess Reid opens up about her motivation on the court and her recently launched startup business off the court.