Earlier this month, former Lion Brett Mendoza passed away due to injuries suffered in a car accident. Mendoza was 31 years old.
Zlatan Ibrahimović completed the long awaited move from Manchester to Los Angeles. To mark this move, Ibrahimović announced his move to Major League Soccer the only way he knew how.
For collegiate athletes, managing their time spent between sport and school poses a difficult challenge — they often spend upwards of 40 hours per week practicing, according to the Huffington Post.
The LMU beach volleyball team has had an exceptional season thus far. They are currently ranked 15 in the nation, but according to head coach John Mayer, there’s still work to be done.
This Friday at 6 p.m., the LMU baseball team will face off against rival Pepperdine at Page Stadium. The Lions are currently sitting with a .500 record at 10-10 overall, including a seven-game winning streak, and are 3-0 in conference play thus far. The team will look to not only have a winn…
After their final seasons playing for the LMU basketball teams, senior guard/forward Steven Haney Jr. and guard Makenzie Cast reflect on their memories from their LMU careers.
Freshman infielder Delanie Wisz was announced as the West Coast Conference (WCC) Softball Player of the Week on Monday, March 19. She earned the award with her spectacular hitting performances last week. Wisz hit four home runs with nine runs batted in (RBI) in 10 hits. She recorded a .429 o…
The men's tennis team has been unstoppable this season, winning their last seven matches to earn a rank among the top 50 in the country.
This week, students participated in the National School Walkout, engaged in Spiritual Bodies: Women of Color on Religion, Race and Gender, attended the annual spring concert, After Sunset, with a performance by Jai Wolf and celebrated at the annual KXLU festival. Women's water polo played Sa…
Every year, March represents National Athletic Training Month — this year’s slogan is "compassionate care for all." It is precisely this motto that motivated Assistant Athletic Trainer Steve Cortez to pursue a career in sports medicine.
Sports Intern Jermaine Johnson II joins the podcast for the first time and the crew talks about March Madness and the NFL free agency. Miles also cries about his failing fantasy team.
Though the NFL season ended last month with the Super Bowl, their offseason is under way. This has already been a notable offseason, as many big name players have hit the open market for teams to sign. The Los Angeles Rams have made many moves since the start of the offseason, trading for tw…
LMU golf put on a strong showing at the 2018 Lamkin San Diego Classic. They placed 15th in the tournament, shooting a 287-302-300—889. They were led by junior Riley Elmes and senior Nick Jan, both finishing in the top six.
Men’s and women’s track began their season this past Saturday at the Occidental Spring Break Distance Carnival. The Lions competed well in both the 1500 and 5000 meter race.
In the first 40 games of the NBA season, the Los Angeles Lakers were at the bottom of the Western Conference standings. The Lakers ranked near the bottom of the entire league in offensive rating, free throw percentage and 3-point percentage. The Lakers now have a record of 31-37, standing 11…
The Lions baseball team is off to a slow start. This weekend they will face a much tougher BYU team in their first conference series.
Recently retired Australian Basketball Star Mark Worthington joined the Men's Basketball team as a graduate assistant coach.
Finishing with an 11-7 conference record, and a 19-11 overall record, LMU’s women’s basketball team concluded their 2017-2018 season in the fourth place spot, outperforming their 2016-2017 record (9-9 WCC, 11-14) and fifth place preseason ranking.
The men’s basketball season ended last Saturday in the quarterfinals of the West Coast Conference (WCC) Tournament. The Lions fell 83-69 to the winners of the tournament, Gonzaga University. They ended their season with a 5-13 record in the WCC.
Former sports editor Jack Sullivan stops by the office and tells his stories from when he worked at the Loyolan.