Lions Roar Q & A 08-24-20

Thanks to all the Lions fans who submitted questions for this edition of the Lions Roar Q & A. LMU Athletic Director Craig Pintens was kind enough to answers questions for the week.

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Deiman Reyes: LMU 2021 Top Recruit

By IRONLION

Artwork by Ironlion

LMU has certainly been a recent destination for many international players – last year’s team for example, included players from eight different countries. Could the next international player to commit to LMU from Barranquilla, Colombia?

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Jalin Anderson signs with LMU!

By Ironlion

Artwork by Ironlion

It was announced today that Jalin Anderson a 6-2 guard from Jackson, Tennessee has signed with LMU.

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Stan Johnson hopes to put LMU basketball on map with a long stay in L.A.

LA TIMES had great article about Coach Johnson which can be read here.

Lions Roar Q & A 07-03-20

Thanks to all the Lions fans who submitted questions for this edition of the Lions Roar Q & A. LMU Athletic Director Craig Pintens was kind enough to answers questions for the week.

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100 Day “State of the Program” With Coach Johnson

By Ironlion

Coach Johnson hosted a 100 Day “State of the Program” Zoom call this morning where he discussed his vision for the men’s basketball program. I was able to join and came away so impressed and enthusiastic about the future for Lions Basketball.

As Coach Johnson has said, we need to all be a part of building up the program. Your contribution at any level makes a difference. Please donate today and help us.

Go Lions!

Lions Roar Q & A 06-15-20

Thanks to all the Lions fans who submitted questions for this edition of the Lions Roar Q & A. LMU Athletic Director Craig Pintens was kind enough to answers questions for the week.

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LMU Class of 2021 already ranked

It is early, but the LMU Lions class of 2021 is already getting ranked in the top 10 by 24/7 sport. Coach Johnson and staff hit the ground running and received commitments form three talented local players: David Elliott, James Nobles and Lamaj Lewis.

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WCC Releases Conference Schedule

And Gonzaga’s not coming to LMU. 

By Johnny Dimes

Beginning with the 2018-2019 season, the WCC shifted from an 18-game conference season to a 16-game conference season, with each team eliminating two WCC conference games.  The purpose was to enhance the national profile of the WCC’s 10 basketball programs and get more teams into the NCAA Tournament.

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Welcome to the WCC !

The number of players transferring every off season continues to grow every season. Here is a list of players who we welcome to the WCC.

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