Men’s basketball finishes regular season with win over Master’s

Zachary Fu, Writer

February 25, 2012

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Biola men’s basketball team nearly blew a 20-point lead, but came out on top with a 78-71 victory over The Master’s College on Saturday night. It was the last game of the regular season and because of the intense competition...

Baseball salvages doubleheader with game two win

Cassandra Acosta, Writer

February 25, 2012

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Editor's Note: We have updated the piece to correct two misspelled names. The Chimes regrets this error. After two devastating losses against Azusa Pacific University on Thursday, Feb. 23 and Friday, Feb. 24, Biola was lookin...

Men’s lacrosse drops home game to Concordia

Alexandra Campos, Writer

February 25, 2012

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After cruising through a win against Cal Lutheran on Sunday, Feb. 19, the Biola men's lacrosse team came back to Al Barbour Field on Saturday, Feb. 25 and was defeated by Concordia University by a score of 16-7. Concordia fended ...

Baseball loses again at Azusa Pacific

Conner Penfold, Writer

February 24, 2012

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Biola suffered its second straight loss at the hands of Azusa Pacific tonight, falling 13-3 to the Cougars. Crucial sixth inning error leads to rout What began as a pitchers duel resulted in a double-digit blowout, with the...

Shaky start proves costly for Biola baseball in GSAC opener

Conner Penfold, Writer

February 23, 2012

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Senior Vinnie Fayard looked for today’s GSAC conference opener to end a disheartening trend in his 4 years at Biola. “This is my fourth year here and we’ve never won an opening GSAC game,” Fayard said before the game. Sadly,...

Athlete of the Week: Reece leads Eagles toward playoff goal

Conner Penfold, Writer

February 22, 2012

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Stealing the basketball has always come naturally to senior point guard Charrise Reece; it’s fitting that she leads the team in steals, averaging 2.8 per game. Ironically, after recording eight steals in a 51-49 loss at Azus...

Men’s basketball moves into four-way tie for second in GSAC

Brieana Jordan, Writer

February 22, 2012

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The Biola men’s basketball team went on the road and defeated Hope International University 72-60 on Saturday, Feb. 18. Then on Tuesday, Feb. 21, the team dominated at home, beating San Diego Christian College 76-45. In the...

Women’s basketball wins two, clinches playoff berth

Alex Bos, Writer

February 22, 2012

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Biola women’s basketball collected their fifth straight win, defeating Hope International University 69-57 on Saturday, Feb. 18, and San Diego Christian College 48-45 Tuesday, Feb. 21. Saturday night’s win put the Eagles in...

17 qualify for NAIA track and field national championships

Cassandra Acosta, Writer

February 21, 2012

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Biola finished up its indoor track and field regular season at the Azusa Pacific Last Chance meet on Saturday, Feb. 18. This meet did not bring about any new national qualifiers for the Eagles, but it did allow for some improvement...

Baseball’s Verhoeven wins 500th as Eagles split road trip

Anders Corey, Writer

February 21, 2012

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Biola baseball head coach John Verhoeven won his 500th career game as the Eagles defeated the University of British Columbia 7-2 Thursday, Feb. 16. Junior Benji Sutherland and sophomore Johnny Farrington came through for the Eagles,...

Jeremy Lin goes from unemployed to NBA star

Ethan Froelich, Writer

February 15, 2012

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In 2010, at 21 years old, Jeremy Lin of Palo Alto, Calif., faced a tough prospect: He had just graduated from the one of the best colleges in the country and was jobless. Until a little more than a week ago, the second-year...

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