In this first edition of Chris' Choice, an exclusive committee (founded and populated entirely by me) distributes season-ending accolades to three outstanding players.
After an uncharacteristically long hiatus, the LMU volleyball team returned to play last week for a pair of matches against the Gaels of Saint Mary’s College. The Lions defeated their northern opponent in the first match by a score of 3-1 before falling in the second match, 3-2.
Here’s some excellent news for Lions fans everywhere: fourth-year head coach Aaron Mansfield has managed to assemble a 2021 squad that is filled with talent and promise.
Sophomore outside hitter Rose Booth made a huge impact last year in her rookie season with women’s volleyball, recording over three kills per set and opening the season with six consecutive games with double-digit kills. Assistant Sports Editor Ellie Kinney caught up with Booth and discussed…
Imagine if a middle linebacker converted to slot receiver. If a shooting guard moved to center in between seasons. If an enforcer became his team’s fastest-skating, highest-scoring forward.