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.  Continue reading

BYU fans prepare for Jabari Parker visit

William DeShazer/Tribune Photo

It is certainly a huge recruiting weekend in Provo as BYU prepares for the arrival  of Jabari Parker For his official visit. Parker is ranked as the second best prospect over all in the class of 2013.   Continue reading

Patson Siame officially signs with LMU

By Ironlion

Image source Scout.com

Patson Siame arrived in the United States from Zambia this past January. He committed to LMU in the spring, and has now signed his letter-of-intent per a article on LMULIONS.COM  Continue reading

Congrats to Hazel Ramirez WCC Player of the Week!

LMU Jr Guard Hazel Ramirez- Likeness source Loyolan newspaper

By Ironlion

Congrats to Hazel Ramirez who has been named WCC Player of the week!  Continue reading

Hank vs. Shaq!

Courtesy of LSU athletics

The Lost Art of Scoring: Sports Illustrated Revisits the 1990 LSU-Loyola epic.
Back in the glory days of Loyola Marymount basketball, the Lions played the Shaquille O’Neal-led LSU Tigers and the two teams combined for an incredible 289 points! Continue reading

Congrats to Kevin Foster of Santa Clara

Photo: Jeff Roberson, Associated Press / SF

Marc Trasolini and Kevin Foster are back in the line up for Santa Clara, and they are leading the charge to turn things around after last year’s disastrous season. Continue reading

Catching Up with Mike Yoest

By Andy Hui

LMU head coach Max Good recently recalled a story about former North Carolina State coaching legend Norm Sloan who said, “Coaches don’t win games, players do.”  But finding those winning players is often a crap shoot.  Continue reading

Great Portland Pilots video

A excellent video staring Portland Pilots guard Korey Thieleke.

Best Zags team ever?

By Ironlion

(AP Photo/Jed Conklin)

This is the second year in row a  Gonzaga basketball game has started off the 24 hour hoops marathon on the ESPN family of networks. You certainly  have to give it to Coach Huggy Bear for having the guts to take the WVU team to play at the K2.   Continue reading

Lions come up short in Dallas 58-73

The Lions kept it close in the first half, but Mustangs extend the lead in second to get the 73-58 victory. Lions shot 15-46 ( 32.6%) from the field and  7-24 (29.2%) from the 3 point line.  Continue reading