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    2015-16 Winter Sports Records
    MBB 11-15 4-11 --
    WBB 9-17 5-10 --
    WSWIM 1-9 -- --
    2016 Spring Sports Records
    BASE 0-0 0-0 --
    SOFT 4-1 0-0 --
    WWP 2-4 0-0 16
    MTEN 0-3 0-1 --
    WTEN 1-3 0-0 --
    SVB 0-0 -- --
    MGOLF --
    MROW --
    WROW --
    TRACK --
    2015 Fall Sports Records
    WVB 24-9 13-5 --
    MSOC 9-9-0 4-3-0/5th --
    WSOC 15-6-1 7-2-0/T-2nd --  
    MWP 11-14 4-2/T-2nd 14
    MXC 6th of 9
    WXC 4th of 10
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    Shamar Johnson had 11 points and five rebounds.

    Push In Final 14 Not Enough
    With their offense struggling the first 26 minutes of the game, LMU turned to their defense to make a late push at Saint Mary's, but it fell short as the Gaels earned a 68-62 win at McKeon Pavilion on Saturday night. (more)

    Unbeaten Lopes Slow Lions
    LMU softball's hot offense was stymied in its final game of the GCU Kickoff Tournament as host Grand Canyon claimed an 8-0 shutout of the Lions Sunday morning. (more)

    Lions Climbing in Team Scores Following Strong Day Two
    Following a strong second day at the 2016 PCSC Championship Meet, LMU currently sits fourth in the standings headed into the third day of competition from East LA College. UCSD, the #1 ranked D2 program in the country, holds a substantial lead at the end of day two, followed by Pepperdine and Azusa Pacific who were bolstered by two diving events. The Lions have moved into fourth place, just 83 points behind Pepperdine, and look to pass up the Waves now that the diving events are completed. (more)

    Two More Wins In Phoenix
    LMU softball earned a second straight sweep of UMBC and Idaho State on day two of play at the GCU Kickoff Tournament Saturday in Phoenix. Big offensive innings were again key as the Lions (4-0) opened the day with a 7-2 victory over the Retrievers and a 9-1, 5 inning win against the Bengals. (more)

    Hot Shooting Gaels Spoil Senior Day
    On Senior Saturday in Gersten Pavilion, the LMU women's basketball team could not slow a hot-shooting Saint Mary's team as the Gaels escaped with a 91-81 win in the West Coast Conference matchup. (more)

    Road Play Wraps-up in Moraga
    LMU men's basketball will play their final road game of the 2015-16 regular season when they travel to Moraga, Calif., to face Saint Mary's on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8 pm. It will be the final game of the day in a busy slate within the West Coast Conference. (more)

    Lions Drop Decision at Long Beach State
    Playing against a top-40 opponent on the road, the LMU women's tennis team (1-3) dropped a 6-1 decision to #40 Long Beach State (3-0) on Saturday from the Rhodes Tennis Center. (more)

    Senior Day Saturday
    Riding a two-game winning streak, including a thrilling double-overtime victory on Thursday, LMU women's basketball will close out the home portion of its 2015-16 slate on Saturday. The Lions host West Coast Conference foe Saint Mary's in a 2 p.m. tip off in Gersten Pavilion. Prior to the game, the Lions will honor their senior duo of Deanna Johnson and Sophie Taylor. (more)

    Lions Sit Fifth Following Day One
    The LMU swim team sits fifth following the first day of competition from the 2016 PCSC Championship Swim Meet being held at East LA College this weekend. The four-day event kicked off with a pair of diving events, the 1000 freestyle, and the 200 medley and 800 freestyle relays. (more)
    Boyce Tops 49th-Ranked Player, Lions Fall to #42 Oregon
    Playing at the top spot in the singles lineup, junior Charles Boyce defeated #49 Daan Maasland in straight sets, 6-4, 7-5, on Friday afternoon in a dual match between the Lions (0-3) and #42 Oregon (9-1) from the LMU Tennis Center. LMU would also win on court five in singles play, but ultimately dropped the match to the ranked-foe, 5-2. (more)
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