Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Announces 2013 Slate

Head Coach Paul Krumpe

Head Coach Paul Krumpe

June 14, 2013

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LOS ANGELES - The 2013 LMU men's soccer schedule has been announced, featuring 10 home dates on the 20-match slate.

The Lions start things off with an exhibition match on Saturday, Aug. 26, hosting Cal State Northridge in an exhibition match on Sullivan Field. Five days later, on Aug. 30, the regular season begins at home against Florida International.

LMU then hits the road for a three-match swing beginning Sept. 6 at Cal State Fullerton. Following an East Coast swing that will take the squad to Colgate (Sept. 13) and Cornell (Cornell), LMU returns home to host Sacramento State (Sept. 20) and UC Davis (Sept. 22).

The seven-match non-conference portion of the schedule concludes with a Sunday, Sept. 29 meeting at perennial national power UC Santa Barbara.

West Coast Conference home-and-home action begins Wednesday, Oct. 2 when the Lions travel to 2012 NCAA Tournament quarterfinalist San Diego. Home matches during the WCC slate are Oct. 6 versus Santa Clara, Oct. 18 versus Saint Mary's, Oct. 20 versus San Francisco, Nov. 8 versus Portland, Nov. 10 versus Gonzaga and Nov. 13 versus San Diego.

Road dates include at Gonzaga (Oct. 11), at Portland (Oct. 13), at Saint Mary's (Nov. 1), at San Francisco (Nov. 3) and at Santa Clara (Nov. 15).

The young Lion squad, which featured 13 freshman and 12 sophomores last fall, finished 6-10-4 overall and 4-5-3 in WCC play. They closed out the year unbeaten in their final five matches and look to carry that momentum into the 2013 season.

 

 

For the third year in a row, the LMU Scarf Season Ticket will be available for men's soccer, along with seven other sports. For just $30 the Scarf Season Ticket allows the bearer entry to all regular-season home events for eight sports. To purchase your 2013-14 Scarf today, contact the LMU Athletics Ticket Office at 310-338-LION (5466).

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