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Pre-game Huddle

Eagles Ready for Fall Challenge

As the new school year rapidly approaches, so does the Fall Ball schedule for Biola Lacrosse. This year promises to be one of the most challenging schedules ever played, with an exciting new opportunity ahead of us.

With Biola’s transition to the NCAA DII PacWest conference for varsity athletics comes an opportunity for PacWest schools with lacrosse to host a showcase of their own. Biola (MCLA D2), along with Dominican University (MCLA D1), Concordia-Irvine (MCLA D1) and Notre Dame de Namur More >

2017 Alumni Game

2018 Alumni Game Date Set

The 2018 version of the alumni game is set! The game will take place on October 27th as part of Biola’s Family Weekend. The game will start at 12:00pm, with an hour of warm-up time beforehand, because we know that hammy you pulled during last year’s game needs extra attention.

We are also in the planning stages for a post-game alumni barbecue at the home of a local alumnus. Stay tuned for more details about our post-game plans. We look forward to welcoming our alumni back to Biola!

Player Spotlight: Collin Hardy

April 20, 2018 – As part of our Biola Lacrosse Connections newsletter, we feature a player from the current team, and ask them “Why did you choose to join the Biola lacrosse team?” April’s featured player is Collin Hardy. Collin is a junior longstick midfielder from Chino Hills, CA. Here’s why Jake chose to play lacrosse at Biola:

I decided to join Biola Lacrosse, at first, because I wanted to have some sort of athletic outlet in college. I grew up playing competitive sports and I knew that More >

Player Spotlight: Jake Saxton

March 16, 2018 – As part of our Biola Lacrosse Connections newsletter, we feature a player from the current team, and ask them “Why did you choose to join the Biola lacrosse team?” March’s featured player is Jake Saxton. Jake is a sophomore attackman from Yorba Linda, CA. Here’s why Jake chose to play lacrosse at Biola:

I have been involved in sports ever since I can remember. My first word as a baby was “ball.” The idea of being on a team where you are surrounded by guys who share common More >

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