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The Lion's Roar

The Official Student News Media of Southeastern Louisiana University

The Lion's Roar

The Official Student News Media of Southeastern Louisiana University

The Lion's Roar

Christopher McBride, pictured on the right, interacting with his players during practice, in his first season at Southeastern. The Lady Lions won the Southland Conference Tournament this year prompting McBride receiving the Coach of the Year award. Southeastern will take on Rutgers on April 27.

McBride lands Southland Coach of the Year

Chase Gispert, Staff Reporter April 27, 2021

As a young boy, Christopher McBride grew up playing soccer in the neighborhoods and fields of his native country, Scotland. His father was a youth coach that taught him the game. He had signed with a...

Christopher McBride, head coach of soccer, talks to his players before a game. McBride coached the Lady Lions to a 7-7-4 record in the 2018 season.  McBride is a native of Scotland, and he learned the fundamentals of soccer from his father.

From Scotland to the States: a coach’s journey

Gerard Borne, Staff Reporter April 16, 2019

Christopher McBride, head coach of soccer, has traveled the world through his love for soccer. McBride entered his third year as the fourth head coach of the Lady Lions soccer team. McBride previously...

After successfully holding the caber and taking a few strides forward, the athlete tosses the caber into the air in hopes of a good landing. Caber tossing was one of the several sports played at the Louisiana Highland Games and Celtic Festival.

International Sports: Caber Toss

Jacob Summerville, Staff Reporter April 2, 2019

As one of several traditional Celtic games, caber tossing tests athletes’ strength, balance and coordination. Caber tossing originated in Scotland, and although the exact date of origin is unknown,...

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