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The LMU women’s swimming team has been named as one of the Fall 2018 Scholar All-America Teams by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA). The CSCAA awards every team in all three divisions that has a team average GPA of 3.0 or higher.

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Highlighted by a victory in the 1,650, or mile, freestyle last weekend, senior distance freestyle swimmer Keara Reilly was awarded the Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference (PCSC) Athlete of the Week for her performance last weekend. Reilly is the first recipient of this award this year for the…

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Highlighted by a victory in the 1,650 freestyle last weekend, senior distance freestyle swimmer Keara Reilly was awarded the Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference (PCSC) Athlete of the Week for her performance last weekend. Reilly is the first recipient this year for the LMU women’s swimming te…

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Grace Camargos-Orr, a 15-year-old from Westwood, CA, was drafted into the LMU women’s swimming team last Friday. She able to play with the team through the nonprofit organization Team IMPACT, which connects children facing serious or chronic illnesses with college athletes.

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I don’t know where to start with ranking this week’s top athletes because there were so many amazing performances. Three Lions earned player of the week honors in their respective conferences. Here are my picks:

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This week’s top athlete list features some unexpected faces from some out-of-season sports. Our top athlete is a stellar freshman who has been making a name for herself on the volleyball court. 

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This academic year, the women’s athletic programs have done tremendously well overall. The women’s soccer and volleyball team reached the Sweet Sixteen in their respective NCAA tournaments, the women’s cross country team had a runner compete at NCAA Nationals and the softball team is current…

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By the early 1970s, the tradition of sports at Loyola University — an all men’s Jesuit school and the original college on the Westchester campus — had already been well established. In 1971, Loyola began sharing facilities with Marymount College — the women’s counterpart in Jesuit higher edu…

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The first time I walked into Gersten Pavilion for a women’s basketball game, I will be honest: I did not know what to expect. I felt out of place, as the atmosphere from the parking lot all the way into the stands was one much different than that of a men’s basketball game. I did not know wh…

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The LMU basketball teams’ seasons have reached the halfway mark and swimming is nearing the end of its season. Both men’s and women’s basketball will face off against West Coast Conference (WCC) opponents that they have already played once this year. They will both face Brigham Young Univers…

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Burns Aquatic Center played host to the final home swim meet of the year for the Lions on Saturday afternoon, and the LMU women’s swim team took the occasion to celebrate its five seniors.

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As another sport on campus approaches the end of its season, the seniors face their farewells to both the school and the sport to which they have committed themselves throughout their college career. The LMU women’s swim team will be celebrating its senior game this Saturday at LMU as they f…

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