Eagles Dealt a Pair of Loses

March 5-6, 2011 – The Biola men’s lacrosse team suffered two set backs over the weekend, losing 19-9 on Saturday to UC San Diego, and 5-4 to Fort Lewis on Sunday. After a 4-2 first quarter lead for UCSD, they managed to put in five more goals, to Biola’s two, to stretch the lead to 9-4 at the half. UCSD’s offense came out of halftime just as hot as they were in the first half, scoring seven times in the third to take a commanding 16-6 lead into the final quarter.  Both teams put three goals on More >

Biola Earns First Win in Home Opener

February 25, 2011 – The Biola Eagles snapped their three-game losing streak, winning 15-11 over Cal State Channel Islands (CSUCI) in Biola’s first home game, and first conference game, of the 2011 season.  The Eagles jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead thanks in part to sophomore attackman Jeff Clark who had two early goals.  Biola’s defense kept up the aggressive play into the second quarter, giving up only one goal, allowing the Eagles to take a 10-3 lead at halftime. Biola came out flat in the More >

Biola’s Early Season Woes Continue

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 >

Eagles Fall to UCLA

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.

In the third, sophomore attackman Jeff Clark got loose from behind the goal to add another goal for the More >

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