Category: News

Great Alaska Shootout Wrap up

By Ironlion The Lions returned safely to Westchester yesterday evening after a long trip back from Anchorage. The Lions went 1-2 in the tournament, falling to ORU and Anchorage Alaska and defeating Texas State. 

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WCC Bay Area update

As the WCC gets underway tomorrow one, one of the bigger games on the schedule is when USF face Stanford at Oracle Arena. The game can be watched on the PAC 12 site.

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WCC Schedule

The WCC season starts this week! Here are a break down of games. Friday Nov 9th – LMU vs. Pacifica | Southern Utah vs. #21 Gonzaga | Tenn St vs. BYU | San Diego Christian vs. San Diego | Pepperdine vs. CSUN | USF vs. Stanford

LMU preview from the

Zack Farmer from the Examiner really knows his WCC hoops. This run down of the Lions upcoming season was posted on 10/26/12

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ESPN: LMU with the best incoming recruiting class in the WCC.

  Joel Francisco of ESPN breaks down the incoming freshman in the conference in this great article.  (Subscription required)

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LMU Midnight Madness

The 2012-2013 LMU Basketball season is getting closer by the day, and the excitement is certainly building. The kick-off of the season is Midnight Madness that gives LMU fans a preview of the upcoming season. 

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Great articles on Anthony Ireland

  This is great story posted on Fox Sports  about Anthony Ireland by Rahshaun Haylock. It also contains a excellent quote from Head Coach Max Good about the type of players he looks for.

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Yahoo Sports: WCC preview

Yahoo sports posted a great preview of the upcoming WCC basketball season today. Very impressive that LMU is noted as having the best recruiting class in the conference. 

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Ben Dickinson transfers to LMU!

Per a recent article in the New York times Ben Dickinson a 6’9” 230 lb PF from Alexandria, Virginia who played last year at Binghamton University will transfer to LMU.

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LMU becomes a Nike school !

The Nike logo was created by a graphic designer in Portland for which they were paid $35. Over time the company, and the small swoosh it is recognized by, has become the most powerful sporting apparel companies in the world.

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