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 >

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 >

By The Numbers: 2014 Regular Season

The 2014 Biola University men’s lacrosse season marked a season of improvement over the previous season in many ways. To start, the team’s 10-5 regular season record shows the biggest improvement over 2013’s 4-12 regular season record. The 2014 team scored 216 goals and gave up 151, compared to the 2013 team who scored just 122 goals and gave up 209. Those numbers break down to a 2014 game average of 14.4 goals per game and 10.1 goals against per game. Compare that to 2013’s averages of 7.6 More >

Eagles Close Out Regular Season with Win

April 11, 2014 – The Biola University Eagles men’s lacrosse team closed out their 2014 regular season with a road win against the Anteaters of U.C. Irvine. The win brings the Eagle’s overall record to 10-5, a noted improvement over the 4-12 regular season record of the 2013 season.

Biola started out hot on both ends of the field, scoring five goals on the offensive end and shutting out UCI on the defensive end. The Anteaters didn’t give up following the first, and outscored Biola 3-2 in the More >

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