LMU this Week

ATHLETICS | Several Lions on fall teams are receiving individual acclaim from their respective conferences or sports. Following the four women’s soccer players to receive West Coast Conference All-Conference honors last week, the men’s program followed with three recipients of their own. Men’s water polo also received recognition as two Lions received Western Water Polo Association All-Conference awards. Women’s tennis has two nationally ranked freshman on its roster: Veronica Miroshnichenko and Eva Marie Voracek have been tabbed in the latest ITA National Rankings announced on Wednesday. The duo is ranked No. 10 in the nation in doubles, while Miroshnichenko checks in at No. 29 in singles. Voracek has also earned a singles ranking of No. 107. On the cross-country side, redshirt senior Danielle Shanahan represented LMU cross-country at the 2017 Division I NCAA Cross Country Championships at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park in Louisville, Kentucky on Saturday, Nov. 18. This marked Shanahan’s third NCAA Championship qualification and the eighth time in 12 seasons the Lions were represented at the national event.

See the action first hand

The men’s and women’s basketball teams have released their promotional schedules for the current season. With featured halftime acts, shirt giveaways, and more, these promotional events make game day even better. Check out the full promotional schedule and make your way to Gersten Pavilion for all the action. Men’s Promotions | Women’s Promotions

Baseball season is just around the corner as well. Season ticket deposits are on sale to see the 2018 team return to Page Stadium and defend their 2017 West Coast Conference crown. The 2018 slate, announced by 10th-year head coach Jason Gill, will feature 52 games, including 24 to be played at LMU’s Page Stadium. This season, the Lions will host Super Regional-qualifier Long Beach State; Pac-12 schools USC, Oregon and UCLA; and welcome PCH Cup rival Pepperdine to Page Stadium for a three-game series.

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