LMU this Week

ATHLETICS | Athletics has a chance to lead the way in LMU’s Day of Giving. The challenge is to beat last year’s 4,255 donors and then LMU’s newly formed Alliance of Women Philanthropists will make a $100,000 gift to our university. Any amount helps, and the donation can be designated to the Athletics Department or to one of the teams.

LMU Athletics is again teaming with everyone around campus to help reach our largest donation numbers. Fans, alums, parents, community members, students, and more have the opportunity to help our university, or any specific team, by donating any amount to help us surpass last year’s donor amount, but also help our athletics programs.

As part of the Day of Giving, we encourage you to continue celebrating LMU at one of the several Global Happy Hour locations. Athletics Director William S. Husak, Ph.D., and Head Baseball Coach Jason Gill will be in Orange County, but any of the 10 California sites, 15 national sites, or five global sites are a great opportunity to connect with fellow alums following the big day.

More sports…

The Lions men’s basketball home opener is Wednesday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m. against UC Riverside. Join us as we honor local veterans, active military, fire and police officers in commemoration of Veterans Day. All local heroes will receive free admission to the game and discount tickets for up to four friends and family members (with a valid I.D.). For the full men’s basketball promotional schedule, including Canned Food Drive night, Faculty and Staff Night, Teddy Bear Toss and more, click here.

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