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Biola Clinches Spot in Postseason

April 5, 2014 – The Biola University Eagles men’s lacrosse team clinched the third, and final, postseason spot in the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference’s Division 2 North section via a win over the Occidental College Tigers. The 2014 postseason will be Biola’s fifth straight trip to the playoffs, and sixth trip overall.

Both teams played a tight first quarter, knowing that a trip to the playoffs was in the balance for both teams, leading to a 2-2 tie after the first quarter. The Eagles blew the More >

Third Quarter Does In Eagles

March 28, 2014 – The Biola University Eagles men’s lacrosse team took a 6-5 lead into halftime against the Banana Slugs of U.C. Santa Cruz, but a strong second half propelled the Slugs to victory. Santa Cruz outscored Biola 12-3 in the second half as their defense clamped down and their offense found their stride.

Both teams traded goals throughout the back-and-forth first quarter, taking a 4-4 tie into the second. The Eagles managed a slight edge in the second, outscoring the Slugs 2-1 to take More >

Eagles Fall to Crosstown Rival

March 19, 2014 – The Biola University Eagle men’s lacrosse team faltered in their fourth conference game of the year, losing to crosstown rival Cal State Fullerton, as the Titans rode a hot fourth quarter to victory.

Fullerton got out to a quick 3-1 lead after the first quarter, before pushing their lead to three, 5-2, at halftime. The Eagles were able to get back into the game in the third quarter, outscoring Fullerton 3-1, to bring the game to a 6-5 score late in the third. The Titans quickly More >

Eagles Cruise to Second Conference Win

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 >

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