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LMU men's soccer is back and ready to kick off the new season. The team returns after more than a whole year off from regular season play as the pandemic shut down their 2020 season.

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It’s been over a year since the Lions of the women’s soccer team have kicked a competitive ball. They last took the field in the fall of 2019 — closing out last season with a game on the road against BYU in November. Now for the first time in 14 months, the Lions are preparing to compete on …

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LMU men's soccer head coach Paul Krumpe, who has led the Lions for 23 successful years, is no stranger to keeping in step with the changing style of American soccer at the collegiate level. Prior to his steady position at LMU, he was an assistant coach at UCLA, which brings his experience le…

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The 2019 season was a tale of exceeded expectations for the underestimated LMU men's soccer team. They were not expected to compete at all. In fact, the WCC preseason coaches’ poll picked them to finish last in the conference, behind the likes of Gonzaga, San Francisco and Santa Clara. All e…

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Like with all LMU fall sports, the women’s soccer season is currently on an indefinite postponement due to COVID-19 regulations. The entire team has been impacted, including sophomore Gabriella Marchal, who plays both defender and midfield. She appeared in 17 games in the 2019 season, starti…

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Like every other sports program in the West Coast Conference (WCC), the LMU women’s soccer team will not be taking the field this fall. The team has been sidelined due to COVID-19 and is awaiting word from the WCC on its plan for fall sports to be played in the coming spring. The situation p…

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