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Player Spotlight: Jon Prichard

September 15, 2016 – 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?” Our first featured player is Jon Prichard. Jon is a senior and will be playing his fourth, and final, season in 2017. Here’s why Jon chose to play lacrosse at Biola:

I started playing lacrosse at the age of 7 and quickly fell in love with it because of its physicality, creativity, and freedom. As I grew up

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Biola Players Set New Records

May 9, 2016 – The 2016 Biola University men’s lacrosse team found themselves updating the record books at the end of the season. Seven different players found themselves making new Top-10 marks in both season and career categories.

 

Junior midfielder Bryce Hummel and junior attackman Jon Prichard both set new marks for Most Points in a Season with 72 and 63, respectively. Hummel and Prichard also found themselves setting new records for Most Goals in a Season with 56 for Hummel and 50 for More >

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Eagles In Post-Season Hunt, Despite Early Struggles

March 17, 2016 – Despite an 0-7 beginning to the 2016 season, the Biola University men’s lacrosse team finds themselves in the hunt for post-season play in the Southerwestern Lacrosse Conference. The Eagles have won two games in a row, outscoring their opponents 55-10, giving them a 2-1 record in the SLC North. With a five game conference slate, and two conference games left to play, Biola controls their playoff destiny. A 4-1 finish in the SLC North all but guarantees that the Eagles will host More >

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2015 Mid-Season Report

March 18, 2015 – With 6 of the 13 games of the 2015 season completed, it’s time to take a look at the first half of  the Biola University men’s lacrosse season. The team’s overall record sits at 2-4, with a 1-1 record in the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference’s (SLC) Division 2 North.

The Eagles opened the season with a tough 21-9 loss at the hands of Saint Mary’s College. Biola held an early 5-4 lead after the first quarter before St. Mary’s exploded for nine goals in the second quarter to put More >

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