March 15, 2014 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team won their second conference game of the season, winning 19-6 over the Cal. State University Channel Islands Dolphins. A tightly contested first quarter ended 3-2 in favor of the Eagles, before Biola blew the game open in the second.
The Eagles’ offense found their stride in the second quarter, scoring eight times, taking an 11-2 lead into the halftime break. Biola’s defense held strong, holding the Dolphins to two goals in each of the More >
March 8, 2014 – The Biola University Eagles men’s lacrosse team needed late game heroics again to pull out the win over the Cal State San Marcos Cougars. After taking a four goal lead into the fourth quarter, Biola couldn’t keep San Marcos at bay, and they stormed back to tie the game late in the fourth. The Eagle’s managed two goals with under two minutes left to ensure the victory.
Biola jumped out to a quick 6-2 lead after the first quarter, but San Marcos’ defense responded in the second More >
March 7, 2014 – The Biola University Eagles men’s lacrosse team scored six seconds into their game against the Pepperdine University Waves en route to their first conference win of the season. A pre-game technical foul gave the ball to the Eagles to start the game, allowing Bryce Hummel (Fr., Midfield) to get to a quick shooting opportunity, just inside the offensive box.
After the quick game-opening goal, the Eagles blew the game wide open, leading 11-0 after the first quarter. Biola tacked More >
Mar. 1, 2014 – The Biola University Eagles men’s lacrosse team took on the UC San Diego Tritons on a rainy Saturday night, in what turned out to be a wild finish. The game featured plenty of rain, and the first ever lightning delay at Biola.
The Eagles were able to jump out to a 3-1 lead after the first quarter, but a 1-minute illegal stick penalty between the first and second quarters spurred the Tritons on in the second quarter. The Tritons capitalized twice on the non-releasable man-up, More >
Feb. 21-22, 2014 – The Biola University Eagles faced their toughest opponent over the weekend: exhaustion. Playing three games in a 24-hour spanned tested the Eagles in a way they’ve never been tested before. The weekend trip to Flagstaff, AZ marked the first time the team has traveled out of the Pacific time zone, and the first time they’ve faced three opponents over two days.
After arriving in Flagstaff, Biola hit the field to take on the University of Northern Colorado Bears in their first More >