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With nine games complete, the men’s soccer team has already notched a collection of accomplishments. The squad currently sits at 5-2-2, which matches their best start since 2013. They’ve recorded a total of 12 goals on 11 assists, while opponents have only scored on the Lions five times, on …

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Men’s soccer goalkeeper Jacob Jackson, a sophomore political science major, was named West Coast Conference (WCC) Player of the Week on Monday for his performance for the week of Sept. 16. The Escondido, California native has played a significant role in the Lions’ success this season, with …

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In a little less than a month, we will be approaching the two-year anniversary of the U.S. men’s national team’s crushing 2-1 defeat to Trinidad and Tobago. The loss prevented America from qualifying for the 2018 World Cup and was viewed by many as U.S. soccer’s lowest point in its over-100-…

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This past weekend, both the men and women’s soccer teams saw their seasons march on, combining to play three matches total.

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The LMU women’s soccer team began the 2019 season in unique fashion, taking a cross country road trip to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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For decades in the United States, soccer has long been advertised as the country’s “sport of the future." The originally foreign game was entirely an afterthought in the U.S. until 1994. That all changed when the U.S. had the opportunity to host soccer’s premiere event: the World Cup. Hostin…

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This week, LMU alumnus Adrian Perez ('17) signed with Major League Soccer’s Los Angeles Football Club (LAFC). Perez will fight for a spot on the team’s final roster as he serves as a preseason trialist for the time being.

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With the end of the 2018 LMU women’s soccer season came the end of a distinguished college career by senior Sarina Bolden. She ended with 18 career goals, the fifth-most in program history. Immense talent and a competitive attitude has cemented Bolden as one of the best soccer players in LMU…

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The soccer season has now come to a close and senior forward Sarina Bolden sat down with sports intern Cori Carpenter to reflect on her time at LMU, her plans after college and her efforts to turn to professional soccer.

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The LMU men’s soccer team (5-10, 2-2 WCC) came up short in a 1-0 loss against Pacific (9-3-2, 3-1 WCC) in an emotional game Friday evening at Sullivan Field featuring eight yellow cards and two red cards.

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LMU women’s soccer fought long and hard against San Diego in a loss on Saturday night. With a final score of 2-1, the Lions (3-9-4 overall, 1-3-1 WCC) fell short to San Diego (5-7-1, 1-3-0 WCC) in a double-overtime match that lasted 109 minutes at Sullivan Field.

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