Women’s basketball comes up short against CSU San Bernardino

Eagles fall to the Coyotes 54-65.


Courtesy of Biola Athletics

Guard Aysia Johnson dribbles past the Coyote defender.

Colin Twisselmann, Freelance Writer

Biola women’s basketball fell to 0-4 after losing 54-65 to CSU San Bernardino on Saturday, Nov. 19.

The first quarter was an entertaining back-and-forth as Biola managed to keep the game from getting away from them just yet. 

In the second quarter, Biola struggled to connect, only making two shots but controlling the damage by getting to the line and making all four free throws. By the end of the first half, the Coyotes were staring down an 11-point deficit, courtesy of a barrage of 3-pointers which kept their lead safe and held off any attempts for the Eagles to make it more of a game. 


Biola jumped on offense in the third quarter as redshirt sophomores Eleni Cabrera and Laila Walker chipped in 10 points to cut a 13-point lead to five with two of Cabrera’s shots coming right at the buzzer. 

In the fourth quarter, CSU pulled away on their free throw shooting as they made 8 of 10, bringing their total to 18 of 22 free throws on the night compared to Biola’s 8 of 19.

Biola looks for its first win when the team plays in Alaska against the Anchorage Seawolves on Nov. 25.

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