LMU Congratulates 85 student-athletes who graduated on Saturday.
The Lions head to Santa Clara on Thursday with seeding for the WCC Tournament on the line.
Deanna Johnson led LMU with 23 points and senior Hazel Ramirez added 22.
Hazel Ramirez, Mackenzie Kerins, Melinda Gomez and Alexis Love will play for the final time in Gersten Pavilion.
Hazel Ramirez owns the single-game (12) single-season (164) and career (450) assist records at LMU.
Senior Day Feature
Lions' All-Access features a highlight reel of junior Alexis Love.
Lions' All-Access feature Inside the Lions continues its look at the 2012-13 LMU women's basketball team with junior Alexis Love.
Student-Athlete Welcome reception prior to the 2014 Undergraduate Commencement Ceremonies
Women's Basketball vs. BYU - Feb. 22, 2014 Photos by Scott Cunningham
Women's basketball home game against Seattle
Women's basketball 2013-14 home opener against New Mexico St.
LMU vs. Portland - February 11, 2012
Appeared in 19 games off the bench and made one start during her senior campaign... averaged 7.7 minutes, 1.8 points and 2.8 rebounds per game... season-high point total was seven in 19 minutes played versus Seattle (Dec. 19)... career-high nine rebounds game in that same game...
Started the first 12 games of the season and came off the bench in another 15 for 27 total appearances... averaged 3.0 points and 3.3 rebounds per game... averaged 12.8 minutes of action per game... career-high 16 points at New Mexico State in the second game of the season (Nov. 12)... shot 7-for-12 from the field in the game... pulled down a career-high eight rebounds vs. San Francisco (Jan. 17)...
Appeared in 21 games off the bench... averaged 1.2 points and 1.6 rebounds per game... played 6.3 minutes per game... recorded a season-high six points twice... was 3-for-7 from the field for six points at Cal State Fullerton (Nov. 21)... went a perfect 2-for-2 from three for six points against Gonzaga (Jan. 7)...
Appeared in 26 games, making one start... averaged 1.9 ppg and 2.0 rpg on 48.7% (19-for-39) shooting from the floor... averaged 9.4 minutes per game... sank 78.6% (11-for-14) at the line... led team with 13 blocked shots... scored season-high eight points to go along with four rebounds and two blocks in win over Cal State Fullerton (Dec. 7)... had six points, three boards, and three blocks in season-high 20 minutes vs. UCLA (Dec. 3)... also scored six points on 3-of-4 shooting with five rebounds in regular season finale win over San Francisco (Feb. 26)... pulled down five rebounds vs. Santa Clara (Feb. 24)... started and logged 18 minutes vs. Notre Dame (Dec. 30)...
Three-sport athlete at Norwalk High School... four-year letterwinner in basketball for Coach Richard Drake... 35th-ranked post in the country by Hoopgurlz.com... averaged a double-double in each of her last two seasons... First Team All-Suburban League... Honorable Mention Long Beach Press-Telegram Dream Team... voted team MVP as both a junior and senior... helped NHS reach CIF SoCal Division II AA playoffs in 2007, 2008, and 2009... teammate of current Lions Hazel Ramirez, Ashley Lovett, and Danielle Pruitt on Cal Sparks club team... also named all-area for softball and won two varsity letters in volleyball...
Alexis Karlita Love was born on November 8, 1992 in Inglewood, Calif.... prefers to be called "Lex"... parents are Erick Gonzalez and Karlita Lopez-Gonzalez... chose LMU because of its academic programs and because it is close to home... also considered Wichita State, Columbia, Long Beach State, and UC Irvine... ranked in top 15% of her high school class... earned Student-Athlete Awards in each of her four prep years... majoring in physical therapy/athletic training...
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