In the 2018 season, the LMU volleyball team made the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2015, reaching the second round in the process. As the 2019 season begins, the team wants to not only replicate that result but to improve upon it as well.
The women of LMU’s club volleyball team won one of the National Club Volleyball Federation’s (NCVF) national tournaments in Denver, Colo. on April 20. The Lions competed in the Division IAAA bracket of the competition, posting an undefeated record of 9 and 0 on their way to gold.
Last Saturday, the LMU beach volleyball team (27- 11) defeated the top-seeded Pepperdine Waves in the West Coast Conference (WCC) Championships, claiming LMU’s first ever WCC title for beach volleyball. The Lions beat Pepperdine twice to capture the conference championship, with the first wi…
The No. 13 ranked LMU beach volleyball team (17-8 overall) lost 0-5 against the No. 1 ranked UCLA Bruins on Tuesday. The Lions entered the game on a four-match winning streak, making this their first loss since playing No. 17 ranked Cal Poly. Here are the takeaways from Tuesday’s match.
While the on-campus beach volleyball team (17-7) continues their quest for a championship this season, assistant coach Betsi Flint is working towards participating in next summer’s 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo for beach volleyball.
The women’s beach volleyball team defeated a pair of opponents on Thursday, topping the squads from Cal State Northridge (1-4) and Vanguard (2-3) in Northridge. LMU swept both matches, five sets to none. With the two wins, the U.S. No. 13-ranked Lions improve to 5-1 this season, making it th…
The women’s beach volleyball team was selected to place third in the West Coast Conference this upcoming season, according to the 2019 West Coast Conference Preseason Poll, released Wednesday. The poll, which is voted on by the league’s head coaches, placed LMU with 27 total votes, behind Sa…
The women’s volleyball team lost to No.1 Stanford (30-1) in the second round of the 2018 NCAA Women's Volleyball Championship on Saturday in three sets. The loss eliminated the Lions from the tournament, but not before defeating Duke in the first round.
Women’s volleyball lost to Gonzaga in five sets on Saturday afternoon. The Lions (19-8, 9-7 WCC) forced a fifth set in Saturday’s match but still were unable to overcome an early deficit to Gonzaga (10-18, 7-10 WCC) at Gersten Pavilion by scores of 25-23, 25-20, 22-25, 23-25, and 16-14.
On Thursday, Oct. 25, the LMU women’s volleyball team pushed their overall record to 16-6. They defeated WCC rival University of San Francisco and pushed their conference record to 6-5. The victory came after an unsuccessful road trip, where the Lions lost three games to WCC opponents.
The women’s volleyball team lost to the number-one-ranked BYU Cougars (19-0) on Thursday in straight sets, 25-23, 25-15, 25-20, moving the Lions to 15-5 on the season and 5-4 in the WCC.