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    LMU volleyball will host Virginia to open the 2015 season on Friday.

    Lions Open Season at Home with Virginia
    The Lions will open the 2015 season on Friday, hosting Virginia in non-conference play from Gersten Pavilion at 5 pm ... following the match against the Cavaliers, LMU will hit the road for the first time this year, traveling to #20 UCLA for a 5 pm match on Sunday ... live stats for both matches, and video for Sunday, can be found on LMULions.com. (more)

    Three Lions Earn Preseason All-WCC Honors
    Senior Kelli Sugimoto and juniors Danielle Shanahan and Kayla de Bondt were named to the 2015 All-WCC Preseason Women's Cross Country Team, the league office announced Thursday. LMU's women's team was selected to finish third in the 10-team field while the men were the preseason fifth selection among nine teams. (more)

    Five-Game Homestand Begins Friday
    After a two-match road swing across the country to open the 2015 season, the LMU women's soccer team makes its Sullivan Field debut this week, beginning a five-match home stand. The Lions kick off a double dose of LMU soccer on Friday, Aug. 28, hosting Bucknell at 4 p.m. (more)

    McFarlin Ready to Lead Lions in 2015
    The 2015 season beings this week for LMU men's soccer as they host a pair of matches on Sullivan Field. The Lions open play on Friday, Aug. 28 as the second match of an LMU soccer doubleheader, hosting San Jose State at 7 p.m. On Sunday, they take on UNLV at 1 p.m. (more)

    School Year Starts With Busy Weekend
    The first day of class for the 2015-16 academic year is technically Monday, but the weekend preceding it will be a busy one on the LMU campus. And LMU Athletics will be at the center of it with men's soccer, women's soccer and women's volleyball all in action. (more)

    Bolden, Blankenship Score in Setback to No. 6 Penn State
    Sarina Bolden scored her first collegiate goal and Jocelyn Blankenship added a second score for the LMU women's soccer team which dropped a 4-2 decision to No. 6 ranked Penn State Sunday afternoon in the Penn State Invitational. (more)

    Lions Blank Matadors in Exhibition Match
    Four different Lions found the back of the net as the LMU men's soccer team earned a 4-0 shutout of CSUN in an exhibition match Saturday night. (more)

    Lions Drop Season Opener
    The LMU women's soccer team dropped its opening match of the 2015 season as a pair of second-half goals by No. 24 Rutgers resulted in a 2-0 Scarlet Knight victory in the opener of the 12th Annual Penn State Invitational. (more)

    Golf To Host LMU Invitational As Part of 2015-16 Schedule
    LMU Men's Golf Head Coach Brad Lanning announced the Lions' 2015-16 schedule on Thursday, and he couldn't be more excited for the upcoming season. Mainly because of the experienced roster he returns, but also because of the Lions' chance to host its first tournament since 2006. (more)
    Lions Tabbed Fifth, Pair Named Preseason All-WCC
    In a preseason poll of the Conference's 10 head coaches, LMU was selected to finish fifth in the West Coast Conference in 2015. After a record-setting march to the 2014 NCAA National Championship match, BYU was picked as the unanimous favorite to win the 2015 West Coast Conference Volleyball Championship. The top three teams were separated by 19 votes, with 10 points separating the two-time defending WCC champion Cougars from Santa Clara. (more)
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