2013 Regular Season Wrap-Up

April 22, 2013 – Despite a record that fell short of expectations, the Biola University men’s lacrosse team find themselves in the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference playoffs for the fourth year in a row. The Eagles have been to the playoffs every year of the conference’s existence, as they split from the Western Collegiate Lacrosse League after the 2009 season.

Biola’s season started out with four straight losses, two at the hands of MCLA Div. II teams who finished the regular season ranked in More >

2013 Schedule Released

October 9, 2012 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team is excited to announce their schedule for the 2013 season. The schedule features a full slate of 16 games, including six conference games and three games against MCLA Division 1 opponents.

In what is becoming a tradition, the Eagles will open with Claremont, their first Div. 1 team of the season. President’s Day weekend will find Biola back in Las Vegas as they participate in the Full House Face Off for the first time since the 2010 More >

Three Eagles Selected to All-Conference Teams

May 8, 2012 – Three Biola University men’s lacrosse players were selected to represent the Eagles on All- Southwestern Lacrosse Conference teams for the 2012 season.  Junior Jeff Clark was selected as a first team All-SLC attackman. Clark scored 29 goals, and added 19 assists, for 48 total points. He lead the Eagles in goals, total points, and points per game, with 4 ppg.

Senior Adam Kingston returned to the Eagles for his final season, and was rewarded as a second team All-SLC attackman. More >

Biola Bounced from SLC Playoffs

May 5, 2012 – On Saturday, the Biola Eagles fell to the Grand Canyon ‘Lopes in the semi-finals of the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference, ending their 2012 season. Biola finishes 2012 with an 8-4 overall record, much improved from 2011’s 7-10 record. The Eagles finished 5-0 in conference, making 2012 their third season with an undefeated conference record.

Both teams started the first quarter slow, but Grand Canyon was able to settle in, eventually scoring two goals before the quarter came to an More >

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