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2017 Biola University Men's Lacrosse Team

Eagles Soar in 2017, Rewrite Record Books

April 27, 2017 – The 2017 Biola University men’s lacrosse season ends with 21 (!) new updates to the team’s record book, including three new top-dogs in their categories, and two new entries to the career groundball category. There’s a lot to cover from this season, so grab a snack and settle in for the long haul.

Single Season Records:

Senior attackman Jon Prichard adds yet another record to his storied Biola career, tying his 2016 goals output with 50 goals in 2017, keeping him firmly at the More >

Player Spotlight: Isaac Delgado

February 20, 2017 – 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?” February’s featured player is Isaac Delgado. Isaac is a graduate student, having earned his undergraduate degree from Biola in 2016. Here’s why Isaac chose to play lacrosse at Biola:

My story of coming to Biola lacrosse is sort of a wacky tale. I had never really seen any lacrosse played other than in movies or More >

Biola Players Set New Records

May 9, 2016 – The 2016 Biola University men’s lacrosse team found themselves updating the record books at the end of the season. Seven different players found themselves making new Top-10 marks in both season and career categories.

 

Junior midfielder Bryce Hummel and junior attackman Jon Prichard both set new marks for Most Points in a Season with 72 and 63, respectively. Hummel and Prichard also found themselves setting new records for Most Goals in a Season with 56 for Hummel and 50 for More >

By The Numbers: 2014 Regular Season

The 2014 Biola University men’s lacrosse season marked a season of improvement over the previous season in many ways. To start, the team’s 10-5 regular season record shows the biggest improvement over 2013’s 4-12 regular season record. The 2014 team scored 216 goals and gave up 151, compared to the 2013 team who scored just 122 goals and gave up 209. Those numbers break down to a 2014 game average of 14.4 goals per game and 10.1 goals against per game. Compare that to 2013’s averages of 7.6 More >

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