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McDonald Recognized as Best...
Graduating Captain Jim McDonald was recognized as the top male club athelete at LMU yesterday during the Club sports awards banquet. McDonald, who holds the all time points record for LMU Hocke. The Hockey Program has won this award the past three years, with Jim McDonald winning back to back years, and Nick Cruz winning the year before. Congratulations Jim!
2013/14 Tenative Schedule...
The Lions are happy to announce the release of their tenative schedule for the 2013-14 season. Coming off their best season to date, the Lion's will play more games than ever, with 33 scheduled games for the upcoming season. The Lion's have three trips planned, including visiting SJ for a Western Showcase where they will play some top teams in the West. The schedule may change some, but the Lion's are looking at a longer and tougher schedule, hoping to make another run towards regionals.
Season and Awards Celebration...
The Lions got back together last night to celebrate their best season in history, and hand out the annual team awards. The fun dinner celebration was highlighted by the annual Mike "Da Salmon" Indigaro team roast. The team handed out the 4 annual awards, and added a fifth "Squid of the Year" award, given to the favorite rookie. Connor Gordon won the Squid of the Year, Cameron Che won the "Most Improved" award. Brad Goodman was given the "Coaches Award"and senior captain and all time leader scorer took home both the MVP award, and the "Old Man Miller" award for most committed to the teams success. You can view pictures of the banquet HERE. The Lions are now looking forward to next season with a tougher, longer schedule. Check back soon for more updates and the release of the 2013-14 schedule.
Lion's Just Miss Regionals...
LMU hockey wasn't able to turn a strong final rankings period into an ACHA Regionals invitation, which ends the most successful season in LMU Hockey history. The Lions posted their best record to date, with a final 16-6-2 record. LMU also was regionally ranked for the first time ever, getting ranked as high as 8th in the west. The Lion's are graduating 4 seniors, Jim McDonald, Nick DelBuono, Mike Indigaro and Robert Yannotta. The Lion's look to return a strong young team to improve on our best season to date, and make a run at Regionals next season. Thanks to our fans, who also packed our home games in record numbers this season. Check back soon for year end team award announcements and for info on next season.
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Final - NAU 5 - LMU 3
Semi - LMU 7 - CSULB 4