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Sand in Your Pants, Beach Volleyball is Here

March 23 was the opening day not just for a new season, but for a new era in Saint Leo athletics. On this day for the first time in school history, the Saint Leo Lions hosted a beach volleyball tournament with their own team participating in it. Saint Leo created these new courts for the… Continue reading Sand in Your Pants, Beach Volleyball is Here

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Saint Leo Women’s Lacrosse Falls to NYIT

Saint Leo women’s lacrosse has been on a tear this season previously posting an incredible 7-1 record; they even set a team record in points in a game with 24 against Tusculum. However, every team has to lose at some point, and the last game, March 22 against New York Institute of Technology, was the… Continue reading Saint Leo Women’s Lacrosse Falls to NYIT

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Lions’ Baseball Reaches 20 Wins

  After the giant rainstorm, the Saint Leo baseball game was moved to March 21 against Eckerd. It was a back-and-forth game at Thomas B. Southard Stadium where the No. 22 Lions prevailed over Eckerd in non-conference action 7-4. This exciting contest pushed the team to their 20th win giving them an incredible 20-5 record.… Continue reading Lions’ Baseball Reaches 20 Wins

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Major League Baseball Preview

After a long and fairly uneventful offseason, opening day is right around the corner and it’s time to watch some major league baseball. No matter your favorite team may be, it is an exciting time of year for fans of the sport, as every ball club gets to start fresh and have a chance at… Continue reading Major League Baseball Preview

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Lions sweep Dragons improving to 15-2

On March 6, the No. 18 Saint Leo baseball team battled hard against the visiting Tiffin Dragons. Both games ended with the Lions coming out on top by one run in a 1-0 and 6-5 victory. The first game was a pitcher and defensive battle with there being more strikeouts than hits when both teams’… Continue reading Lions sweep Dragons improving to 15-2

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Why the NBA Should Decrease the Number of Games

The NBA has had several franchise-altering stars go down with season-ending injuries. Franchises like the New York Knicks and New Orleans Pelicans have seen their seasons change because of injuries to their big men. What if there was a way to prevent injuries from happening? The answer is simple, go from 82 to 66 games.… Continue reading Why the NBA Should Decrease the Number of Games

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Sports Through Tough Times

In the past few weeks, we have witnessed a few tragedies that have completely rattled the nation in Hurricane Harvey and Irma devastating the southern part of the United States. This is most certainly not the first, and unfortunately not the final, time that a tragedy will interrupt daily life. However, sports are here not… Continue reading Sports Through Tough Times

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Saint Leo Hosts National Championships

On Nov. 19, cross country teams from all around the nation will visit Saint Leo to participate in the NCAA Division II National Cross Country Championships. For the first time in the school’s history, Saint Leo University will host national championships. Both Men’s and Women’s Saint Leo Cross Country teams qualified for the event, and… Continue reading Saint Leo Hosts National Championships

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Women’s Soccer No. 10 After Winning SSC

On Oct. 30, the Saint Leo University Women’s Soccer team claimed their second regular season Sunshine State Conference (SSC) Championship in the program’s history (with the first being earned in 2011). With seven victories, one loss, and one tie in the SSC games, the Lions were nearly unstoppable. After being tied for a while with… Continue reading Women’s Soccer No. 10 After Winning SSC