As LMU baseball nears the end of its historic season, the program has an opportunity to make a big impact in the post-season.
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LMU hosted alumna Renata Simril to speak about the intersection of Olympism, play equity and a civil society, emphasizing to participants that sports have the power to change lives. She also spoke about her extensive professional experience and her advice for the incoming workforce.
The NBA is over a week into the first round of the 2023 playoffs, and it has been by far one of the most hectic sets of opening series in postseason history. There is no clear frontrunner or superteam, making the title more coveted than in recent years.