Eagles stay alive in NAIA Championship

Chris Munekawa, Writer

December 2, 2009

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Biola Men’s soccer continues to advance further into the NAIA National Championship in close fashion as the Biola men’s soccer defeated Hastings (Nebraska) in a penalty kick shootout. Unseeded Biola advances to the quarterfinal ro...

Eagles prove their point

Jesse Kleinjan, Writer

November 18, 2009

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After starting the season with nine underclassmen a year after losing six seniors, the Eagles weren’t on many lists to compete for the national championship in December. Ranked No. 20 in the preseason poll, Biola has slowly cl...

Biolan finishes first at pentathalon

Mark Aguirre, Writer

November 18, 2009

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The Eagles traveled to the University of Redlands last weekend for the Bulldog Pentathlon and posted noteworthy times from both the men’s and women’s teams. Swimmers competed in a 100 of each stroke and a 100 individual medley to...

Two games, two victories

November 18, 2009

Hold the swine flu at bay

Kristi Peterson, Writer

November 13, 2009

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This is old but prevalent news: the swine flu is here. The ordinary flu is a horrible thing to have, but the swine flu not only possesses a more disgusting name, but even worse symptoms. The swine flu is “a respiratory disease c...

Alumni game starts lacrosse season

Samantha Aviles, Writer

November 11, 2009

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Saturday afternoon was cold and windy but the camaraderie between the teams on the field was warm and friendly. Fans, friends and family sat bundled on the bleachers in jackets and blankets as they watched current and former Ea...

Biola swims strong at LaVerne Invitational

Matthew Fier, Writer

November 11, 2009

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While most teams entering in last weekends La Verne Invitational were kicking and splashing like minnows in the midst of sharks (see Concordia), Biola bit back the opponent by taking multiple top three finishes. Biola was one o...

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