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Biola Loses to Fullerton in Playoffs

April 30, 2011 – The Biola men’s lacrosse team took on cross-town rivals Cal State Fullerton on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the Southwestern Lacrosse Conference playoffs. Originally, Biola was not slated to be in the playoffs, however a last minute change with Pepperdine put Biola into their second straight playoff berth. The Eagles were shorthanded, missing four players due to spring break plans. Working on a few days’ notice, and with two short-handed practices under their belt, the More >

Biola Beats a Short-Handed Pacific Team

April 16, 2011 – The Biola men’s lacrosse team took on a short-handed University of the Pacific team, winning 20-5. Pacific was only able to travel with 10 players, leaving them with no substitutes for the entire game. Despite the obvious disadvantage, Pacific managed to play hard, scoring at least one goal in every quarter. Biola jumped out to an early 5-1 lead after the first quarter, and tacked on four more goals in the second to take a 9-2 lead into halftime. The Eagles matched their second More >

Biola Wins Big at Marymount

March 26, 2011 – The Biola men’s lacrosse team bounced back from their Wednesday night loss with win over the Mariners of Marymount College on Saturday. Biola earned their first ever shutout, posting a 24-0 win over the Mariners. The Eagles jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead within the first 2:30 of the game, and extended the lead to 9-0 after the first quarter. Biola’s offense slowed only slightly, putting up five more goals in the second, taking a 14-0 into halftime. In the third, Biola matched More >

Biola’s Early Season Woes Continue

February 19, 2011 – The Eagle’s early season struggles continued on Saturday, as they lost to Concordia 17-4. The loss is Biola’s first ever loss to Concordia. Concordia’s attack line and transition game was too much for Biola, as they quickly fell behind 3-1 after the first quarter. Sophomore attackman Jeff Clark was able to get free from behind the goal several times, resulting in Biola’s lone first quarter goal.

Biola couldn’t stop Concordia in the second, as they opened up an 8-point More >

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