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    WWP 1-1 0-0 16
    MTEN 0-2 0-0 --
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    MWP 9-18 3-3/4th 17
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    Evan Payne hit the game-winner at the buzzer.

    Putback at Buzzer Lifts Lions
    Sophomore Evan Payne added to the recent drama of the series between LMU and San Francisco as he grabbed an offensive rebound and scored in the paint at the buzzer to lift the Lions to a 70-69 come-from-behind victory in West Coast Conference action on Saturday night. (more)

    Opening Sweep at Winter Invite
    The 16th-ranked LMU women's water polo team earned a pair of victories in the opening day of the 2014 UC Santa Barbara Winter Invitational on Saturday, including a 7-6 win over No. 11 CSU Northridge. (more)

    Early Turnovers, Late USF Run Hurts Lions
    Turnovers plagued the LMU women's basketball team in the first half and a big run midway through the second half was not enough to overcome a hot-shooting San Francisco team as the Lions fell 74-65 Saturday afternoon. (more)

    Lions Head to Winter Invite
    The 16th-ranked LMU women's water polo team will travel to the 2015 UC Santa Barbara Winter Invitational for the second weekend of action on the young season, playing four games over two days on Jan. 24-25. (more)

    Soule Posts Career-Best in 200 Butterfly
    Senior Lise Soule swam a 2:04.39 to win the 200 butterfly on Friday as the Lions traveled to Santa Barbara, Calif. for a double dual meet against UCSB and Pacific. (more)

    Hilltop Next in Lions' Bay Area Road Swing
    The road was not kind within the West Coast Conference Thursday, as all four games in league play went to the home team. LMU men's basketball will look to change that as they continue their four-game road swing of the Bay Area with a trip to San Francisco. The Lions (5-15, 1-7) will face the Dons (9-11, 3-5) on Saturday, Jan. 24 at 7 pm. The game can be heard on KXLU 88.9 FM and can be seen online at TheW.tv. (more)

    Lions Drop Heartbreaker to UC Davis
    The LMU men's tennis team (0-2) dropped a heartbreaker to UC Davis (2-2) on Friday afternoon at the LMU Tennis Center. The Lions saw both the doubles point and the decisive singles point come down to a single court, falling in both instances. (more)

    Lions Look For Two Straight
    Fresh off their first West Coast Conference win of the season, the LMU women's basketball team continues its current four-game homestand against San Francisco on Saturday, Jan. 24. Tip off from Gersten Pavilion is scheduled for 2 p.m. (more)

    Big Win Over Broncos
    There's no place like home. Back in the friendly confines of Gersten Pavilion to open a four-game West Coast Conference homestand, the LMU women's basketball hit a blistering 64 percent from the field in the first half Thursday night, cruising to an 82-57 win over visiting Santa Clara. (more)
    Lions Open Home Schedule with Victory
    The LMU women's tennis team (1-1) opened the home portion of the spring schedule with a victory on Thursday, defeating UC Riverside (0-2) by a score of 6-1 at the LMU Tennis Center. (more)
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