WCC Play Begins Friday

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Tawni Martino scored her team-leading fourth goal of the season, but UNLV snapped a tie eight minutes into overtime and the LMU women's soccer team fell 2-1 to the Rebels in its final game before opening WCC play next week.

The Lions headed to Las Vegas on Friday and was able to enjoy some team bonding on the Las Vegas Strip on Saturday for lunch. Sophomore transfer Deprise Brazel took some great pictures that you can see below. Deprise transferred from Davidson College in North Carolina. When she isn't on the soccer field she loves taking photos. She has even entered some of her photos into online contests. Next contest she enters I will post the link so you can vote!
This was the last preseason game for the Lions. After 11 games the Lions are currently 6-4-1 going into WCC play. So far sophomore Tawni Martino is leading the stat count with 10 total points. Martino has scored 4 goals and has contributed with 2 assists for the Lions. Brittney Sanford and Linda Bakker each have 7 points. Sanford has 3 goals and 1 assist while Bakker has 2 goals and 3 assists. Goalkeeper Brittany Jagger has 6 shut outs so far this year.

LMU opens WCC play at San Francisco on Friday. The Lions then return to Sullivan Field Sunday at 1 p.m. to host Gonzaga. That match will also serve as the women's soccer LMU Centennial Celebration Game. More information about LMUat100 can be found at LMUat100.

We will see you Sunday at Sullivan field when the Lions take on Gonzaga at 1pm!


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