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    Rachael Farrington earned he 17th win of the season.

    Softball Wins Final Game at Pacific
    Four early runs helped the LMU softball team to fend off a late Pacific rally as the Lions took the final of a three-game West Coast Conference series, 4-2, against the Tigers Sunday in Stockton. (more)

    Repeat Path As GCC Bracket Set
    The final seedings and bracket for the 2015 Golden Coast Conference Championships have been set, and action begins on Thursday, April 23 and runs through the title game on Saturday, April 25 at the University of the Pacific's Chris Kjeldsen Pool. The Lions are the No. 3 seed and their path will look just like the final weekend of the regular season. (more)

    Lions Walk Off in Ninth to Even Series
    Sophomore Kyle Dozier delivered a two-out RBI-single in the bottom of the ninth to send LMU (23-16, 10-7 WCC) to its fourth walk-off victory of the year, this one to top Pacific (9-28, 6-11) by a count of 5-4 and even the three-game WCC series. (more)

    Lions Smash PRs, Set Probable Postseason Qualifying Marks
    It was another busy and successful weekend on the track for the LMU men and women who had athletes competing on Thursday and Friday at the Mt. SAC Invitational and Saturday at the Beach Invite. (more)

    Lions Ride Singles Play to First WCC Victory
    The LMU women's tennis team (4-19, 1-8 WCC) rode success in singles play to a victory over Pacific (8-12, 2-7 WCC) on the road on Saturday afternoon. The victory was the first in conference play for the Lions, and it came in the season finale. (more)

    Softball Drops Two to Pacific
    Errors were costly for the LMU softball team Saturday as the Lions dropped a pair of West Coast Conference games, 3-2 and 2-1 to the Pacific Tigers. (more)

    Pacific Spoils Senior Day, Snaps LMU's Eight-Match Home Win Streak
    Pacific (9-16, 6-3 WCC) snapped #75 LMU's eight-game home win streak on Saturday, earning a 4-3 decision over the Lions (13-10, 3-6 WCC) on Senior Day from the LMU Tennis Center. (more)

    Water Polo Falls to No. 14 Pacific
    Playing their second road game in Golden Coast Conference play in less than 20 hours, No. 17 Loyola Marymount fell to No. 14 Pacific in the final game of the regular season, 9-6, on Saturday at Chris Kjeldsen Pool in Stockton, Calif. (more)

    Lions Fall in Season Finale
    The LMU sand volleyball team (4-11) could not hold off a comeback from #6 Long Beach State (12-4) on Friday, falling 3-2 on the road in the season finale. (more)
    Lion Comeback Comes Up Just Short
    Freshman Marcus Still tried to tie the game by tagging up on a foul pop up down the first base line, but was thrown out by second baseman Jimmy Gosano to end the game and hand Pacific (9-27, 6-10 WCC) a 4-3 victory over the Lions (22-16, 9-7 WCC) in first game of a three-game WCC series being played at LMU's Page Stadium. Gosano called off his first baseman and stumbled to his back side, but was able to deliver an accurate throw to cut down the speedy baserunner. (more)
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