Savannah Slattery of Loyola Marymount University's indoor and beach volleyball team, talks of the growth she has undergone over her four year career, despite several life barriers she has come across.
Camila Tumosa, of the LMU Women’s tennis team has faced harsh realities dealing with the end to her senior season, but the game has expanded her horizons in ways that she will cherish forever.
Although Ryan Brown’s senior tennis season was cut short due to the Coronavirus pandemic, he is able to reflect back on moments from his career that have pushed him to be the hardworking, positive individual he is on and off the tennis court.
Trevin Esquerra has had a transformative and significant baseball career at LMU which has been due in part to the consistent support of his team and trusting his talent.
After coming into LMU as a graduate student, Darby Dunn stepped into her role on the beach volleyball team, consistently contributing to the team's success and learning from her coaches.
Carolina Newton, member of the women's water polo team, embraces her Hispanic roots and proudly displays the hard-working ethics she has learned from her culture.
Alejandro Moreno, assistant coach of LMU's men's tennis team proudly celebrates his Latino heritage as he strives to implement many personal values onto his student-athletes and the greater LatinX community.
Andrea Gonzalez, of LMU softball, takes Latino Heritage Month to reflect on her culture and how it has shaped her into a strong headed softball player and woman she is today.
Laura Vaida, a sophomore on LMU’s women's basketball team, takes Breast Cancer Awareness Month to highlight her grandmother, a breast cancer survivor.
Though it may be unconventional for basketball to be played six feet apart, with players in masks, and stations of hand sanitizer surrounding the court...
Khari Clark, a sophomore on LMU’s women’s basketball team, proudly promotes racial equality to display strength for not only herself but as a representation of the entire Black community.
Beyond Black History Month, Siarfo Abekah, from LMU’s women’s soccer team, is passionate about cultivating a better society for Black Americans, as she strives to be a role model through both her sport and career aspirations.
LMU’s first cross-country conference champion, Gina Browne, translated that competitive work ethic into her current profession as an attorney at Feldman Browne, where she proudly advocates for women's rights and leadership.
Ella Krauss, a sophomore on women’s water polo, proves women are capable of attaining many achievements, as she is a student-athlete passionate about both her sport and future.
Eva Marie Voracek, a senior on the LMU women’s tennis team, believes Women’s History Month represents society’s advancement in granting women, like herself, equal opportunities to flourish
Meghan Mandel of the LMU women’s basketball team utilizes her platform to uplift other female athletes and exemplify the strength that all women embody.
Anna Barry, a senior on the LMU women’s rowing team, utilizes Women’s History Month to reflect on women’s progress and how that has shaped her outlook with her experiences in and out of sports.
SoFi Stadium has been long anticipated by football lovers but Los Angeles natives as a whole. Though the new stadium attracts awe and excitement, the state-of-the-art structure also produces something not as visible to the public eye — environmental consequences.
In “Sports Journalism: A History of Glory, Fame, and Technology,” Washburn explores the way sports journalists have revealed insights about social conditions. Among many insights, racism and sexism are two aspects that have shaped sports journalism.