February 19, 2011 – The Eagle’s early season struggles continued on Saturday, as they lost to Concordia 17-4. The loss is Biola’s first ever loss to Concordia. Concordia’s attack line and transition game was too much for Biola, as they quickly fell behind 3-1 after the first quarter. Sophomore attackman Jeff Clark was able to get free from behind the goal several times, resulting in Biola’s lone first quarter goal.
Biola couldn’t stop Concordia in the second, as they opened up an 8-point More >
February 12, 2011 – Biola men’s lacrosse, shorthanded from injuries, fell by a score of 14-3 in their first ever meeting with UCLA. The Bruins jumped out to a 6-0 advantage after the first quarter, and added four more in the second for a 10-1 lead at the half. Biola’s lone first half goal came on a fast-break connection between junior midfielder David Sigley and junior attackman Marc Morgan.
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February 5, 2011 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team lost their 2011 season opener, 17 – 4, at the hands of Division 1 opponent, Claremont. Riddled with injuries, and playing with less than a full roster, the Eagles were unable to get anything going against a very tough Claremont defense. Junior midfielder David Sigley accounted for two of Biola’s four goals, and added an assist to lead the Eagles with three points. Sophomore attackman Jeff Clark chipped in with one goal and one assist, More >
December 16, 2010 – The 2011 Biola men’s lacrosse final schedule and roster have been posted. The schedule shows promise for an excellent season and a return trip to the SLC conference playoffs. Four of the Eagles’ first five games find them on the road, including games against SLC D1 opponents Claremont and UCLA. Biola closes out their regular season schedule with four straight games on the friendly turf of Al Barbour Field, including a game against cross-town rival Cal State Fullerton.
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November 14, 2010 – Biola lacrosse defeated the Mexican national team by a score of 13-2 in their fall ball wrap up. Mexico was playing their third game in three days in SoCal, having playing UC Irvine and Concordia in the days prior. Biola jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead in the first quarter, and never looked back, allowing goals in only the second and third quarters.Video Highlights: