With most LMU fall sports having already kicked off, the LMU eSports club started their season with a mission to play video games competitively and for fun, while also legitimizing eSports itself as a real sport.
The women of LMU’s club volleyball team won one of the National Club Volleyball Federation’s (NCVF) national tournaments in Denver, Colo. on April 20. The Lions competed in the Division IAAA bracket of the competition, posting an undefeated record of 9 and 0 on their way to gold.
Around springtime their sophomore year, Mason Willrich and Jeff Scharberg were talking about rugby — the sport they have both played since high school. They quickly realized that the following year, both of their younger brothers would be coming to LMU and joining them on the rugby team.
In the midst of a winter sports season dominated by exciting basketball and baseball games, LMU has a highly competitive program flying almost entirely under the radar. The revitalization and current success of the men’s club lacrosse team may be one of LMU’s best-kept sporting secrets.
A disc flies through the air as a bunch of college kids run across the playing field. It’s a sight that can be seen at college campuses all throughout the country, but at LMU, ultimate frisbee isn’t just for fun. Now, it’s also competitive.
The phrase "college hockey" suggests certain schools: Boston College, the University of Michigan and the University of Minnesota Duluth, the defending Division I national champions. Schools in Southern California and other warm-weather areas don't usually come to mind, but there is a greater…