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 >
After earning a regular season tie with Occdental and Pepperdine in the conference standings, the Biola men’s lacrosse has made it to the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference playoffs for the second straight season. As first reported by the conference, Biola had missed the playoffs due to losing the tiebreaker between the three teams. Having only beaten Occidental by one and losing to Pepperdine by four, meant Biola’s goal total put them as the last of the three tied teams.
Pepperdine was to play More >
April 21, 2011 – The Biola men’s lacrosse team ended their 2011 season with a bang, winning 17-3 over UC Irvine. The Eagles jumped out to a quick 4-0 lead in the first quarter, fueled by the previous night’s loss to Fullerton. Irvine managed to score twice in the second quarter, but it was matched with three for Biola, who took a 7-2 lead into halftime. Biola opened the floodgates in the third, scoring six times in the quarter, and shutting out Irvine to extend the lead to 13-2 going into the More >
April 20, 2011 – The Biola lacrosse team fell to their cross-town rivals, Cal State University – Fullerton, for the second straight year, losing 15-8 on Wednesday night. Fullerton jumped out to an early 7-2 lead after the first quarter, and were able to ride that momentum to victory. Biola’s defense came back strong in the second and third quarters, allowing only two goals in the second and one in third. The offense struggled in the remainder of the first half, getting shutout by Fullerton’s More >