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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. 

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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…

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Men’s ice hockey entered Tuesday’s game at the Staples Center looking to snap their two-game losing streak. The Lions squared off against California Lutheran University (CLU) for the first of a set of games in the Kings Cup series.

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The men’s ice hockey club team is coming off of their annual Kings Cup match against California Lutheran University at the Staples Center. They entered Tuesday’s game with a 2-7-1 record and a two-game losing streak. The team’s last victory was on Friday against Long Beach State University (…

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There are no cheering crowds on the sidelines and very minimal adult leadership, so what does it take to be a club sports athlete? When some people think of club sports, they believe they are for athletes that are either not good enough or not committed enough. Even though that can be a fair…

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In most competitive sports, height is often considered a prerequisite for success. Despite this popular belief, many athletes find success no matter their height. Five-foot-five-inch junior management major and women’s club volleyball setter Cassandra Lopez proved to be one of those athletes…

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Loyola Rugby of LMU defeated longtime rival Occidental College in the Doherty Cup 32-0 this past weekend. Loyola entered the game sitting in second place in Division III of the Gold Coast Conference and left Saturday’s game sitting in first place as the champions of the annual game dating ba…

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LMU Athletics has had a long track record of maintaining equality when it comes to those who are allowed to play. Now, the LMU Rugby Club has contributed to that legacy. Mary Lane, a junior communication studies major and the club’s first female player, joined the team earlier this fall.

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