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    WVB 22-8 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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    MBB 3-2 -- --
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    WSWIM 0-6 -- --
    2016 Spring Sports Records
    BASE 0-0 0-0 --
    SOFT 0-0 0-0 --
    WWP 0-0 0-0 --
    MTEN 0-0 0-0 --
    WTEN 0-0 0-0 --
    SVB 0-0 -- --
    MGOLF 8th at WCCs
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    Shamar Johnson had nine points and nine rebounds in the Lions' last outing.

    Hoops Heads Out on Rare Trip to Show Me State
    LMU men's basketball improved to 3-0 at home with an overtime win over CSUN on Thanksgiving Eve. They now head back out on the road for a two-game road swing that starts with their only trip east of the Rocky Mountains. The Lions (3-2) travel to SE Missouri State (0-4) to take on the Redhawks on Saturday, Nov. 28 at 12 pm (PT). The game can be heard on KXLU 88.9 FM. (more)

    Thanksgiving Classic on Tap
    Fresh of the season's first win, the Lions return home to host the LMU Thanksgiving Classic on Friday, Nov. 27 and Saturday, Nov. 28. Play begins Friday at 1 p.m. with a neutral site contest between UC Irvine and Princeton. The Lions follow at 3:30 p.m., hosting Seattle. Play concludes on Saturday with the consolation game tipping off at 1 p.m. and the championship game at 3:30 p.m. (more)

    Spiers Leads Lions to Overtime Win in Classic
    Sophomore Joshua Spiers used a career night to lift LMU to an 82-80 overtime win over CSUN during the fifth annual LMU Holiday Classic on Wednesday night at Gersten Pavilion. (more)

    Softball Signs Two
    First-year LMU Softball Head Coach Sami Strinz-Ward has announced that Amanda Gjertsen and Katie Manley have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their softball and academic careers as members of the Lion family. (more)

    Calton Nabs Second PCSC Athlete of Week
    Junior Hannah Calton took home Pacific Collegiate Swim Conference Swimmer of the Week for Division I this week, marking the second selection of the year for the native of Granite Bay, Calif. The weekly honor is the third of the year for LMU, as Kristen Brennand as also been selected once. (more)

    Lions Exact Revenge at San Diego
    Playing on the road against one of only two teams to sweep the Lions this year, the LMU volleyball team (22-8, 13-5 WCC) swept San Diego (21-8, 14-4 WCC) at the Jenny Craig Pavilion by scores of 25-22, 25-23, 25-19 on Tuesday night. With the victory, LMU closes the regular season having won 13 of its final 15 matches headed into Sunday's NCAA selection show, and finishes third overall in the WCC - its best finish since finishing third in 2003. (more)

    Holiday Classic Features Another Big West Foe
    LMU men's basketball (2-2) will host the fifth annual LMU Holiday Classic on Thanksgiving Eve, hosting CSUN (2-3) from the Big West Conference on Wednesday, Nov. 25 at 6 pm. The annual game centered around the holidays and the local community features <B>FREE ADMISSION</b><br /> and $1 hotdogs provided by Sodexo. (more)

    Calton Highlights Swims at A3 Performance Invitational
    The LMU women's swimming team competed in the A3 Performance Invitational in East Los Angeles over the last three days, turning in many personal-best times and season-best performances. Leading the team with a trio of top-10 finishes was junior Hannah Calton. Calton qualified for the Championship Final in the 200 IM on Thursday, placing seventh with 2:03.71, and then placed 10th in the 100 butterfly on Friday and 10th in the 200 butterfly on Saturday with season-best times of 55.71 and 2:02.93. Calton is the current LMU record holder in the butterfly events after recording the fastest times in LMU history at the PCSC Conference Championships last February in her sophomore year. (more)

    Men's Hoops Returns For Win
    LMU men's basketball returned home from a two-game road swing to claim a well balanced 86-62 win over the University of Antelope Valley (1-4) on Sunday afternoon. Four Lions (2-2) scored in double figures in the win. (more)
    Growth on the Road
    The young LMU women's basketball team made big strides in its final game at the Bank of Hawaii Rainbow Wahine Classic, earning a 69-58 win over Nevada at the Stan Sheriff Center. (more)
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