Lions Set to Embark on 12-Day Costa Rica Adventure
For the second time in five years, the LMU men's soccer team is headed to Costa Rica, this time for 12 days of soccer, adventure, exploration and culture.
May 10, 2013
LOS ANGELES - For the second time in five years, the LMU men's soccer team is headed to Costa Rica, this time for 12 days of soccer, adventure, exploration and culture.
The Lions depart Los Angeles on Monday, May 13 and return Friday, May 24. The trip is scheduled to include four friendly soccer games, team training, visits to the Manuel Antonio National Park and the Iguana Bridge in San Carlos, white water rafting, a safari float tour on the Penas Blancas River, a canopy-line tour, and a community service project.
LMU's last visit to Costa Rica was in 2009 when the team traveled to the Central America nation during spring break. The Lions also traveled overseas in 2004 when they took a preseason tour of Europe.
Fans, friends and family can keep up-to-date with the teams adventures over the next two weeks by checking in with LMU Athletics' official blog at www.lmulions.com/blog/mens-soccer.
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