Sports Archives March 2020

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As people remain sheltered inside due to current public health concerns, everyone is looking for things to watch and read. For sports fans, this rings especially true, as practically every major sporting event has been canceled or postponed. Today, the Loyolan sports staff offers their picks…

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The U.S. Women’s National Team (USWNT) has been fighting for years to secure equal compensation to the men’s team, but the blatant misogyny they have faced during their ongoing legal battle with U.S. Soccer reveals that there is still a lot of work to be done.

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The WCC West Coast Conference (WCC) inducted its 12th class to its Hall of Honor on Saturday, March 7. The Lions' representative in this new class is men's basketball's Terrell Lowery ('92). Lowery played basketball for the University for four seasons from 1988 through 1992. He was a part of…

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With classes, extracurriculars, a global pandemic and 26.2 miles to overcome, a group of LMU students did it all and developed an inseparable bond along the way.

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It was not long ago when people were following their daily routine of going to work, going to school and keeping up with the fast-paced sports world. However, nobody could have predicted the new coronavirus that has put virtually everything on hold for the time being would impact society to …

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LMU and men’s basketball head coach Mike Dunlap mutually agreed to part ways on Sunday, March 8. College basketball reporter Jeff Goodman of Stadium was the first to break this news.

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For the duration of the spring semester all athletic events will be canceled, according to an athletics update posted on March 12 at 7:21 p.m. 

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 Hank Gathers may have passed away in Gersten Pavilion on that fateful day in 1990, but his image will now forever stand outside it for every Lion who passes by.

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If there is ever a Hollywood film about Hank Gathers’ life and legacy, it would open on the crowd of people standing right next to Sullivan Field as they count down from four and a giant white curtain drops to the ground. The scene, cinemative and inspiring, would prove to spectators just ho…

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LMU basketball legend Hank Gathers was honored with a statue outside Gersten Pavillion on Saturday in honor of the 30th anniversary of his death. Gathers was widely loved and respected; his family, friends and teammates, along with hundreds of LMU fans, joined together to celebrate his life …

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