2014 Women's Soccer Schedule Unveiled
The Lions will face six 2013 NCAA Tournament qualifiers including defending National Champion UCLA.
May 15, 2014
LOS ANGELES - The 20-game 2014 LMU women's soccer schedule includes 10 home dates, six opponents who appeared in the 2013 NCAA Tournament and another nine-game slate in the highly competitive West Coast Conference, Head Coach Michelle Myers announced Thursday.
The Lions open the fall with a three-game homestand, beginning August 15 with exhibition contest against Grand Canyon. New Mexico State (Aug. 22) will serve as the Lions' official home opener, followed by Cleveland State (Aug. 24).
LMU hits the road for its next three contests, including visits to Oregon State (Aug. 29), Oregon (Aug. 31) and UC Santa Barbara (Sept. 7). Then begins the slew of 2013 NCAA Tournament qualifiers. The Lions welcome Cal State Fullerton (Sept. 14) and Weber State (Sept. 19), who both made first-round appearances, to Sullivan Field, then travel across town to face defending College Cup Champion UCLA (Sept. 21).
Non-conference action wraps up with a match at UC Irvine (Sept. 26) and versus Cal State Northridge (Sept. 28).
WCC play begins at home against San Francisco (Oct. 3) and Santa Clara (Oct. 5), the latter of which advanced to the third round of the NCAA Tournament in 2013. Three total WCC teams were awarded berths into last year's postseason, including the Broncos, BYU (Oct. 18) and Portland (Oct. 26).
LMU closes out the regular-season slate at home on Nov. 8, hosting San Diego.
Season tickets for the Lions' 2014 slate are now on sale by visiting lmulions.com/tickets.
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