5/9/2015 | W. Swimming
Loyola Marymount University held its annual Graduation Ceremonies Saturday, May 9 and 70 LMU student-athletes earned their undergraduate degree.
5/4/2015 | W. Swimming
Conference champion LMU women's water polo, sand volleyball duo Sarah Sponcil and Betsi Metter advancing to the pairs national championship match, along with volleyball's NCAA tournament appearance highlighted the 10th Annual Lions Athletic Fund Iggy Awards on Thursday night at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott.
3/4/2015 | W. Swimming
Following last week's Conference Championships, 11 LMU swimmers were selected to the Pacific Collegiate Swimming Conference (PCSC) All-Conference team. Led by senior Kjirsten Magnuson, who was named Swimmer of the Meet for her record-setting performances over the four-day competition, 10 additional Lions, were also honored.
2/24/2015 | W. Swimming
The LMU swimming program continues to develop its student-athletes into well-rounded individuals, both in the pool and the classroom. Recently, the Lions were named to College Swimming Coaches Association of America's (CSCAA) Scholar All-America team honors list, supported by Nike Swim, for the 2014 fall semester.
2/22/2015 | W. Swimming
Senior Kjristen Magnuson ended her stellar LMU swimming career Saturday night by lowering her LMU program record in the 200 backstroke by over 2.5 seconds with a 1:59.45. Sophomore Hannah Calton had a big night of her own, winning the 200 butterfly with a 2:02.66, after slicing over 1.5 seconds off the LMU program record in the morning...
2/20/2015 | W. Swimming
Sophomore Hannah Calton set a new program record in the 100 butterfly, posting a time of 55.26 to best her previous mark of 55.46. Senior Kjirsten Magnuson, who set a new program record in the 50 freestyle on Thursday, returned to the water on Friday to win the 100 backstroke with a time of 54.97. LMU sits second after three days of competition ...
2/19/2015 | W. Swimming
The LMU swimming team sits in second place after two days at the 2015 Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference Championships thanks in large part to a record-breaking day on Thursday.