ATHLETICS | The LMU men’s and women’s basketball teams continued their annual tradition of participating in the Westchester Fourth of July parade last week. The players walked the parade route alongside the LMU float, meeting members of the community and handing out team gear.
Season tickets are now available for several fall sports. Don’t miss a minute of the action as the men’s and women’s soccer teams take Sullivan Field, and the women’s volleyball team competes at Gersten Pavilion. Schedules are out for all three teams, so don’t miss this opportunity to cheer on the Lions.
Sophomore right-handed pitcher Nick Frasso was one of 26 collegians selected to the Collegiate National Team roster, it was announced by USA Baseball. On Independence Day, Frasso faced the minimum for Team USA over four innings of work. The Collegiate National Team left for Taiwan on July 7 and will travel to Taichung, Taiwan, for the 19th USA vs. Chinese Taipei International Friendship Series from July 9-12. Team USA closes out its summer schedule with the 43rd USA vs. Japan Collegiate All-Star Series, which will take place in various Japanese cities from July 16-21.
On the heels of a standout baseball season that landed the Lions its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2000 and first West Coast Conference Tournament victory in school history, the LMU Athletic Department would like to welcome the new head coach, Nathan Choate. All are welcomed to join him at the Lions Athletics Center Conference room on Wednesday, July 10 at 4 p.m. for an opportunity to meet the coach and talk baseball.
We are excited to announce a new program brought to you by the Loyola Marymount University Athletics Spirit Squad: the Junior Lions Spirit Squad. Your child will wear an authentic LMU uniform with their own pair of pom poms, attend cheer and dance practices, and perform alongside LMU Cheer and Dance in Gersten Pavilion at a volleyball match, as well as a men’s basketball game and women’s basketball game.
The Top 10 Highlights of 2018-19 countdown continues throughout the summer. As we prepare for more excitement in 2019-20, we’re counting down the top-10 moments of this past year. Number seven focused on the record setting 2018-19 seasons by both the men’s and women’s tennis programs.