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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 >

Reg. Season Ends with Perfect Conference Record

April 21, 2012 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team closed out the 2012 regular season with a win over CSU Channel Islands. The win gives the Eagles a perfect 5-0 conference record, and their eighth overall win of the season eclipses their 2011 mark of seven wins.

The first quarter was a back-and-forth affair, with Channel Islands nearly matching Biola’s efforts in a 3-2 quarter. The second quarter continued much the same, but the Eagles were  able to outscore their opponents 4-2 to More >

Eagles Remain Perfect in Conference Play

March 30, 2012 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team remains unbeaten in conference play, moving to a 4-0 record with a win over Pepperdine University. The win put’s Biola in excellent position to receive the top seed in the Western half of the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference playoffs. A top seed would give the Eagles a first round bye, and a direct line to the conference semi-finals.

The win did not come easily for Biola, nor did it come without losing a critical piece of the midfield. More >

Eagles Bounce Back with Win

March 25, 2012 – The Biola University men’s lacrosse team bounced back from their Friday night loss with a win against Southern Oregon University. Southern Oregon started the first quarter strong, scoring two goals before Biola could get on the board to cut the lead to 2-1 after one quarter. Junior attackman Jeff Clark drove to the goal and scored as time expired to give Biola their first goal.

Clark’s goal helped ignite the Biola offense, as they put four goals on the board in the second More >

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