LMU Lions Roar covers all that is LMU Men’s Basketball – the players, the coaches, the recruits and the games. To a lesser extent we also cover the rest of the WCC Men’s Basketball teams and their players, coaches and recruits. We also try to keep tabs on players after they have graduated from the WCC and moved on to the professional ranks. Our coverage is a mixture of reporting and opinion pieces, which you are welcome to comment on if you do so in a polite, civil manner.
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Legal Advisor – Preston Clark, Esq.
Preston Clark is a New York based attorney and former legal counsel for the University of Miami where he oversaw NCAA internal audits and compliance. Preston is a proud Lion. He graduated from LMU in 2000 and earned two intramural basketball championships along the way. He also manages a popular legal website atTheLawInsider.com.
The advancement of technology in our society has created Facebook, Twitter, message boards, forums, instant messaging, electronic mail and many other methods of communication that offer the opportunity to be in contact with a recruit or a prospective recruit of Loyola Marymount University or any of the other West Coast Conference schools. Please keep in mind that the Boosters or fans participating on a message board or website are not permitted to write, call or email any recruit or prospective recruit. Do not friend a recruit on Facebook, engage them on Twitter or in any other manner reach out to them, their families or coaches as this could be viewed by the NCAA as unauthorized contact and could result in penalties to the Men’s Basketball program at Loyola Marymount University or any other West Coast Conference school.