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    MWP 8-13 2-1/- 20
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    SOFT 32-21 10-5/2nd --
    WWP 12-21 4-3/4th 22
    MTEN 12-10 5-4/6th 69
    WTEN 9-13 3-6/t8th --
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    Individual Ticket Packages Now On Sale
    Special ticket packages for LMU men’s basketball, including the Tip-off Week Package featuring the season opener and the highly anticipated match-up with UCONN, are now on sale. Season tickets, which are the best way to catch all the action of the Lions’ 18-game home schedule, are still on sale. (more)

    Athlete of the Week Honors Guide Lions into Competition
    For the second time in as many weeks, LMU swimming earned Pacific Collegiate Swimming and Diving Conference (PCSC) Athlete of the Week honors, as freshman Lanna Kozlowski earned the selection following impressive swims against UC Davis last week. The selection comes on the heels of senior Hannah Calton's selection a week ago (Oct. 17). (more)

    Busy Thursday Features DiG PiNK, Reid Priddy Night
    LMU will look to get back in the win column at home this week after going 0-2 against a pair of ranked foes last week on the road ... the Lions will begin the week on Thursday with a 7 pm match against Pacific ... that match against the Tigers will be LMU's annual DiG PiNK Match benefitting the fight against breast cancer, and it will also be Reid Priddy Night honoring the four-time Olympian and former Lion volleyball star ... LMU will then conclude the week on Saturday with a Noon match against Saint Mary's ... following this week's action, LMU will hit the road for the final time this regular season, visiting Gonzaga and Portland next week. (more)

    WCC Play Resumes at Portland, Gonzaga
    With three remaining WCC games on the road, the LMU men's soccer team will seek to rise in the conference standings this weekend with a pair of contests at Portland and Gonzaga. The Lions will open the weekend off Friday against the Pilots at 7 p.m. and wrap-up action at Gonzaga on Sunday with a 1 p.m. match. (more)

    Cross Country Treks to WCC Championships
    The LMU men's and women's cross country teams will kick off postseason racing this Friday at the WCC Championships, hosted by the University of San Diego at Tecolate Shores Park. Racing begins with the women's 6K at 10 a.m. and concludes with the men's 8K at 11 a.m. (more)

    Lions End Five-Game Week with Runaway Win
    The LMU men’s water polo five-game week at the Rodeo Invitational hosted by Santa Clara was not for the faint of heart. The week included a pair of overtime hearbreakers, three one-goal games and four top-20 opponents. (more)

    Men's Tennis Pair Advances to Doubles Quarterfinals at ITA Regionals
    Six Lions entered the ITA Regionals this past weekend as both singles and doubles players. Overall, the Lions won five singles and three doubles matches, with Luke Bohuslav and Lukas Moenter advancing all the way to the doubles quarterfinals. (more)

    Women's Tennis Concludes ITA Singles and Doubles in San Diego
    Loyola Marymount wrapped up a long weekend on the court at the annual ITA Regionals. Four Lions competed this weekend in both singles and doubles held at the Barnes Tennis Center and hosted by USD. (more)

    Overtime Goal Spoils Women's Soccer's Senior Day
    In the final regular season game at Sullivan Field this season, the Loyola Marymount women’s soccer allowed a game-ending overtime goal for the first time since playing at then-#25 ranked Santa Clara a season ago. (more)
    Slattery's 24, Sponcil's 23 Not Enough at #16 BYU
    Freshman Savannah Slattery registered a match-best 24 kills, and junior Sarah Sponcil added 23 of her own, but it was not enough as LMU (14-8, 5-5 WCC) suffered a heartbreaking five-set loss to #16 BYU (19-3, 8-2 WCC) by scores of 25-23, 23-25, 21-25, 25-22, 15-12 on Saturday afternoon from Provo, Utah. (more)
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