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Special Games

LMU and the Rams are aligned in their dedication to community service and are exploring more collaborative opportunities in the coming year. In March, LMU’s 45th annual Special Games brought together over 150 athletes with intellectual and physical disabilities supported by 252 staff, student, and alumni volunteers for a Western-themed event. The Rams brought several special guests, including former Rams player Brandyn Harvey, Rams cheerleaders, and Rams mascot Rampage.

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The event kicked off with the athletes parading down Alumni Mall while friends and family cheered them on.

LMU cheerleaders and Rams cheerleaders were on hand to lead the parade and support the athletes.

Former Rams wide receiver Brandyn Harvey and his daughter were there to show support and take part in activities with athletes and the community.

Girls Flag Football Jamboree

High school girls flag football players at LMU watching a panel discussion with members of the Rams organization about career paths

The Los Angeles Rams hosted their inaugural Girls' Flag Jamboree for more than 50 high school teams and over 1,000 student-athletes at LMU on Saturday, September 23. This event gave high school girls' flag football teams throughout Southern California the opportunity to compete against other teams in celebration of their inaugural season as a sanctioned sport in California. The athletes also enjoyed a vendor village, picked up some LMU swag, and attended inspiring career panel discussions with women from the Rams organization. 

Read more on the Rams website