• LMU men’s golf team finished 10th among 12 teams at the Farms Collegiate Invitational at the Farms Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. on Tuesday. Junior Tyler Torano led the team, shooting an LMU-best 74 on his final round, helping him finish with a final score of 231, tying him for 31st overall.
  • Men’s basketball Head Coach Max Good and his coaching staff have offered a scholarship  to junior Chris Sandifer from Gardena, Calif. Sandifer, a 6-foot 5-inch shooting guard plays for Junipero Serra High School. Sandifer holds another offer from the University of Colorado, according to Rivals.com
  • The LMU club hockey team did not garner an invitation to the American Collegiate Hockey Association Regionals after losing the West Coast Hockey Conference game last Saturday to Northern Arizona University. This year’s team posted its best record ever at 16-6-2.
  • Men's club rugby plays a non-conference game against the University of Colorado Buffaloes this Saturday at Sullivan Field at 1 p.m. The Lions are 2-1 this season with wins over Arizona State University and Cal Lutheran University. 
  • LMU junior closer Bret Dahlson has been named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Stopper of the Year watch list. Dahlson’s 11 saves last season were the second most in LMU baseball history in a single season. 

Kevin Cacabelos is a junior history and Spanish double major. Originally from Seattle, he launched SeaTown Sports in high school, a local Seattle sports blog that covers Seattle sports. Along with writing for the Loyolan, he writes online for SB Nation.

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