January 6, 2020 – We are excited to announce our 2020 regular season schedule and reveal our annual schedule poster! Our schedule features eight games total, with four games at home and four games on the road. Four of the eight games this season are against Southwestern Lacrosse Conference Division 2 North opponents, with the additional of Claremont for the 2020 season, along with NAU, LMU and CSU Channel Islands.
You can download the full 11″x17″ poster below, simply by right-clicking the More >
Updated April 18, 2019 – If you follow us on social media you’ve no doubt seen the photos of our Relentless Effort Bucket recipients, but what does it mean? One of our team’s core culture beliefs is Relentless Effort, leading us to never quit, no matter the circumstances. Each game a recipient is chosen who best demonstrates that belief during the game.
Recipients thus far have been:
- Caleb Koopman: 2/9 at University of San Diego
- Garrison Thompson: 2/16 at Claremont Colleges
- Michael Howard: More >
March 5, 2019 – As part of our Biola Lacrosse Connections newsletter, we feature a player from the current team, and ask them “Why did you choose to join the Biola lacrosse team?” March’s featured player is Garrett Scannell. Garrett is a junior midfielder from Arcadia, CA. Here’s why Garrett chose to play lacrosse at Biola:
I have been playing sports my entire life, mainly baseball and football. Due to an injury in my throwing arm my junior year of high school I could no longer throw a More >
December 21, 2018 – We are excited to bring your our 2019 schedule poster! This season’s poster features a bevy of Biola lacrosse players who will lead us as we head into a new year. The background features Biola’s original location on Hope Street in Downtown Los Angeles, with the iconic “Jesus Saves” sign. The words “Better Today, Better Tomorow” signify the team’s pathway to elite by getting better day after day.
To complement our schedule poster this season we’ve also created a desktop More >
As the new school year rapidly approaches, so does the Fall Ball schedule for Biola Lacrosse. This year promises to be one of the most challenging schedules ever played, with an exciting new opportunity ahead of us.
With Biola’s transition to the NCAA DII PacWest conference for varsity athletics comes an opportunity for PacWest schools with lacrosse to host a showcase of their own. Biola (MCLA D2), along with Dominican University (MCLA D1), Concordia-Irvine (MCLA D1) and Notre Dame de Namur More >