Keli Leaupepe: the very name prompts sighs of admiration from fans and hints of jealousy from detractors. His persona has been thrust into the public eye since his arrival from Australia, and his other-worldly status has certainly amplified within the last month. But who is the man underneat…
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With the new year underway, the return of a spring sport has finally arrived. Last year was definitely one to forget as COVID-19 hit and canceled the play of spring sports, ending athletes' seasons. However, with new guidelines and protocols to follow, the LMU men's tennis team is excited an…
The pandemic has seen the disruption of LMU’s normal athletic schedule and programming over the course of the last 10 months. Athletes across the sports spectrum have all had their usual competitive lives rearranged to varying degrees. However, one category of Lion athletes has seen their se…