Team Updates

  • Apr

    Lions Win Big at Annual Awards

    The Lions won big in a few end of season awards, including winning back to back “Best Club Sport” at LMU. Austin Billings won the “Best Male Athlete” for his great sophomore season, scoring 46 points in 26 games (24G, 22A).  He now sits at 11th all time in scoring in team history, with two… Read More

  • Jan

    First Semester Recap

    Coming off their best record in 2018-2019 (20-7-2) the Lions were looking to accomplish new feats this season. With nine new players on the roster, a new head coach, and a tougher schedule, the Lions were looking to qualify for regionals again for the first time since 2015. The season got off to an up… Read More

  • Dec

    Teddy Bear Toss collects 301 Stuffed Animals

    The Annual Christmas game collected a record number of Teddy Bears last Saturday, with 301 stuffed animals tossed on the ice.  In the first period, Greg Bennett fired a shot from the point that snuck through a screen and into the net.  Almost immediately the bears were sent flying over the offensive zone glass and… Read More

  • Aug

    2019 Hall of Fame Class: Gilligan, Birenbaum, Milo

    The Lions are proud to announce the players selected to the 2019 Hockey Hall of Fame.  Robb Gilligan, Jeremy Birenbaum and Dylan Milo join the nine previous selected members to bring the LMU Hockey Hall of fame to 12 in 2019. Robb Gilligan (Founders Category): Gilligan had a large hand in the existence of the… Read More

  • Jun

    Hyman, Staves Tapped to Lead Lions

    The Lions have announced their coaching staff for the 2019/20 ACHA hockey season.  With the Lions returning the majority of their record breaking roster from last year, along with ten new players, the team is excited for another great year. Jack Hyman has been elevated to head coach for the first time.  After coming to… Read More

  • Mar

    Lions Complete Record Setting Season

    LMU finished tied-for-second in the WCHC, the program’s best finish since its rebirth season 13 years ago. The Lions completed season sweeps of five conference rivals and finished the regular season with seven consecutive conference victories.

  • Dec

    First Half Recap: Lions Clinch Playoff Birth, Enter Winter Break in First Place

    The LMU Lions wrapped up the first half of its 2018-19 regular season sitting atop the conference and with a guaranteed trip to the playoffs already in hand. The Lions enter the break leading the West Coast Hockey Conference (WCHC) with a 10-2 mark (20 points) in conference play. LMU’s 20 points in WCHC action… Read More

  • Aug

    Nick Cruz Elected to Wall of Fame

    Nick Cruz, 2011 Graduate, was elected to the LMU Wall of Fame for the 2018 class.  Cruz, from San Jose, came to LMU in 2007 and played four seasons for the Lions.  From his freshman year, Cruz was consistently a leading scorer for the Lions, notching 87 points in 63 games.  Cruz also was the… Read More

  • Aug

    Lions Take Tahoe for Training Camp

    The Lions instituted a new preseason camp this year, as a majority of the team took 4 days from summer to travel to South Lake Tahoe for a training camp.  The team skated multiple times a day, went on hikes and bonded over a camp fire.  Besides shaking off the cobwebs of the off season,… Read More

  • May

    2018-19 Recruit Class

    The Lions are excited to announce the 2018-19 hockey team recruit class.  With our largest ever freshman class, and 14 overall recruits, the Lions are poised to continue their rise in the ACHA West Rankings.  Here is a bit about our incoming players: #1- Hayden Stocker – Goaltender, from Northern California.  Was starting goalie for… Read More