Southeastern Louisiana Lions and Lady Lions

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Southeastern Louisiana Lions
Logo
University Southeastern Louisiana University
Conference Southland Conference
NCAA Division I FCS
Athletic director Jay Artigues
Location Hammond, LA
Varsity teams 13
Football stadium Strawberry Stadium
Basketball arena University Center
Baseball stadium Pat Kenelly Diamond at Alumni Field
Nickname Lions
Colors
     Green       Gold
Website www.lionsports.net

The Southeastern Louisiana Lions and Lady lions are composed of 13 teams representing Southeastern Louisiana University in intercollegiate athletics, including men and women's basketball, cross country, and track and field. Men's sports include baseball, football, and golf. Women's sports include volleyball, tennis, soccer, and softball. The Lions compete in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) and are members of the Southland Conference.[1]

Teams[edit]

Southeastern Louisiana University sponsors six men's, and seven women's teams in NCAA sanctioned sports:[2]

Men's sports[edit]

Baseball[edit]

Men's basketball[edit]

Men's cross country[edit]

Football[edit]

Men's golf[edit]

Men's track and field[edit]

Women's sports[edit]

Women's basketball[edit]

Women's cross country[edit]

Women's soccer[edit]

Softball[edit]

Women's tennis[edit]

Women's track and field[edit]

Volleyball[edit]

"Lion Up!" cheer and gesture[edit]

In 2014 all Southeastern athletic teams adopted the Texas Tech University Red Raiders hand gesture and modified the related "Guns Up!" cheer to "Lion Up!" The gesture's "L" shape thus stands for "Lion" instead of the pistol it represents at Texas Tech.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Southeastern Louisiana Athletics". lionsports.net. Retrieved 2012-05-04. 
  2. ^ Southeastern Louisiana University Lions
  3. ^ Artigues, Jay (2014-08-29). "Luncheon address". Hammond Chamber of Commerce (Hammond, Louisiana).  Artigues was Athletic Director at Southeastern at the time the gesture was adopted and the cheer adapted.

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