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    MWP 9-18 3-3/4th 17
    MXC 6th of 9
    WXC 3rd of 10
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    SOFT 20-27 1-13/6th --
    WWP 22-12 5-1/1st 15
    MTEN 14-9 4-5 5th
    WTEN 8-14 2-7 8th
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    MROW 1st at WIRA (V4) Champs
    WROW 5th at WCC Champs
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    Deanna Johnson led LMU with 13 points.

    First-Half Hole Too Much
    Growing pains are always difficult, particularly against the reigning Pac-12 Tournament Champion USC Trojans. While it took nearly 16 minutes of action to find their way, the young LMU women's basketball team did just that despite falling 96-54 to the Trojans Thursday at the Galen Center. (more)

    Lions Can't Hold Hot First Half
    Playing it's third Pac-12 Conference opponent on the road of the young season, LMU jetted out to a fast start and held a lead as large as 12. However, the lead would not hold as Stanford's Chasson Randle scored 31 points to lead the Cardinal to a 67-58 come-from-behind victory at Maples Pavilion on Wednesday night. (more)

    Adam Zaorski to Play for Lions
    LMU second-year head men's tennis coach Tom Lloyd announced today that Adam Zaorski will compete for the Lions this spring. Zaorski is a native of Poland, coming to LMU by way of Lazarski University in Warsaw. (more)

    Non-Conference Road Games Conclude at USC
    LMU women's basketball's final non-conference road game is on tap this week as the Lions travel across Los Angeles to face the USC Trojans on Thursday, Dec. 18. Tip off from the Galen Center is set for 4 p.m. and the game will be streamed live at Pac-12.com. (more)

    Keil, Tedrow Add Honorable Mention All-American Honors
    Senior Litara Keil and junior Hannah Tedrow earned AVCA honorable mention All-American honors. This year marks the first year that LMU has received a pair of All-American selections. The last time LMU took home an All-American accolade was 2004 when Kelli Nerison earned her second consecutive honorable mention selection. (more)

    Softball Inks Three for 2016
    As the 2015 LMU softball season sits just around the corner, 21st year Head Coach Gary Ferrin announced that outfielder Caroline Figueroa, pitcher Lexi Sorensen and first baseman Johniann Wahl have all signed Nationals Letters of Intent to join the Lions for the 2016 season. (more)

    A Daily Challenge
    Evan Payne set pretty much every freshman scoring record in his first season at LMU, but for him the daily challenge to focus on what it takes to get better every day drives him as he leads the Lions into Stanford on Wednesday. (more)

    Mid-week Brings Rare Bay Area Pac-12 Opponent
    While the LMU men's basketball makes multiple trips a year to the Bay Area for West Coast Conference play, their next non-conference opponent is a rare one. For just the sixth time in program history and the first since the 1984-85 season, LMU men's basketball will travel to face Stanford on Wednesday, Dec. 17 at 6 pm. The game can be heard live on KXLU 88.9 FM and will be broadcast on the Pac-12 Network. (more)

    Hot Shooting Highlanders too Much for LMU
    Returning to Gersten Pavilion for the first time since claiming their own Thanksgiving Classic title on Nov. 29, the LMU women's basketball team faced a hot shooting UC Riverside squad Saturday night. The Lions got a career-night from sophomore Leslie Lopez-Wood, but the Highlanders hit better than 65 percent from three, sending LMU to a 81-55 setback. (more)
    Turnovers Hurt Lions in Last Second Setback
    Sophomore Evan Payne scored a career-high 32 points but it wasn't enough for LMU (3-5) to overcome a 14-5 edge in point off turnovers for Northern Arizona (3-6), who scored the go ahead bucket with 42 seconds left to earn a 71-69 win on Saturday afternoon at the Walkup Skydome in Flagstaff, Ariz. (more)
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