February 25, 2012 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team couldn’t hold back the offensive onslaught of Concordia University, falling into an early 4-0 hole, and unable to recover, losing 16-7. Concordia opened the game scoring on the opening face-off, and took control from there. Biola’s defense was unable to contain Concordia’s potent attack line, who combined for 10 goals.
Concordia jumped out to 7-2 first quarter lead, and extended their lead to 12-5 at halftime. Biola managed to More >
February 19, 2012 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team cruised to a 24-3 win over Cal Lutheran in their first SLC D2 conference game of the season. The win is the team’s second in a row, following a 17-0 win in a scrimmage against Redlands on February 18.
The Eagles scored early and often, jumping out to a 7-0 lead after the first quarter. A short-handed Cal Lutheran squad got on the board with a goal in the second, but Biola’s offense kept on rolling, with seven more goals in the second More >
February 11, 2012 – The Biola men’s lacrosse team started their 2012 campaign with a close 7-8 loss at the hands of Claremont. The Eagles were unable to get past Claremont’s goalie for the tying goal, despite having three chances in the final 30 seconds. Freshman midfielder Matt Young let loose a hard left-handed shot that sailed wide, followed by a bounce shot from senior midfielder Jon McMahan that narrowly missed crossing the goal line, even with last second help from senior midfielder More >
The 2011 Southwestern Lacrosse Conference awards have been announced, and three Biola players are among those honored. Junior attackman Marc Morgan was awarded a first-team all-conference spot after racking up 50 total points on 37 goals and 13 assists. Sophomore attackman Jeff Clark was also awarded a first-team all-conference spot after his 80 point performance on 51 goals and 29 assists. Clark led the team in all scoring categories in 2011. Junior midfielder David Sigley was awarded a More >
April 30, 2011 – The Biola men’s lacrosse team took on cross-town rivals Cal State Fullerton on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference playoffs. Originally, Biola was not slated to be in the playoffs, however a last minute change with Pepperdine put Biola into their second straight playoff berth. The Eagles were shorthanded, missing four players due to spring break plans. Working on a few days’ notice, and with two short-handed practices under their belt, the More >