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Player Spotlight: Collin Hardy

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

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 >

Sophomore midfielder Austin Gewecke

Player Spotlight: Austin Gewecke

February 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?” February’s featured player is Austin Gewecke. Austin is a sophomore midfielder from Branchville, NJ. Here’s why Austin chose to play lacrosse at Biola:

When I first came to Biola, I had no plans to play lacrosse. I initially wanted to play on the soccer team, but that did not end up working out. As I began my More >

Player Spotlight: Peter Williamson

Player Spotlight: Peter Williamson

May 1, 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?” May’s featured player is Peter Williamson. Peter is a junior in his second season with the team. In 2017 he set the single season record for groundballs with 104. Here’s why Peter chose to play lacrosse at Biola:

I grew up playing sports. Ever since I was old enough to play t-ball I cannot remember a year when I was More >

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