Biola played its final tune-up for Thursday's rematch of the 2013 NAIA National Championship match on Tuesday. It was no easy route, as the Eagles had to face No. 25 CSU San Marcos in the second of four consecutive matchups against NAIA Top-25 opponents.

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Seniors L to R: Alfred Burnett, Kayvon Afsarifard, Ray Estrada, Edgar Orozco, and Tristan George

The Concordia Eagles picked up their biggest win of the year on Senior Day, on Tuesday afternoon, October 21, defeating No. 22 Hope International 2-1 at Eagles Field.  Prior to the game Concordia honored seniors Ray Estrada (SR/Santa Ana, CA), Edgar Orozco (SR/Santa Ana, CA), Alfred Burnett (SR/Chula Vista, CA), Tristan George (SR/Irvine, CA), and Kayvon Afsarifard (SR/Chardon, OH).  In the game, the Eagles defeated the Royals, who with a win, would have won their first GSAC Regular-Season Championship in any sport in their history.

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COSTA MESA, Calif. – Tuesday's GSAC match between Vanguard and Westmont was a hard fought affair, but in the end The Pride and its seven seniors playing in the final regular season home match of their careers prevailed to defeat the Warriors 2-0.

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Chris Tyler delivered his third game winning goal of the season on Saturday (Photo by Liza Rosales)

Fullerton, CA -- In their first meeting as GSAC foes, Hope International survived an upset bid from William Jessup thanks to a late goal from senior Chris Tyler.  Despite leading in all offensive and team categories, the Royals could only muster a 1-0 win over the Warriors to improve to 7-0 in GSAC play.

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Seniors L to R: Alfred Burnett, Kayvon Afsarifard, Ray Estrada, Edgar Orozco, and Tristan George
Chris Tyler delivered his third game winning goal of the season on Saturday (Photo by Liza Rosales)
Player of the Week
Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Madison Lopp
Vanguard University
Freshman forward Madison Lopp posted two goals as Vanguard upset No. 11 The Master's 5-1 and assisted on one of the Lions much-needed scores in another clutch Vanguard upset at No. 9 Biola. Vanguard has won five straight in conference play and has 13 wins on the year, due in large part to Lopp's emergence as a top-offensive performer. In her first year with the program, she has 10 goals and three assists, ranking her third in points for Vanguard.
Player of the Week
Player of the Week
Amy Weststeyn
Biola University
Amy Weststeyn led Biola with a team-high 18 kills and a match-best .457 hitting percentage as No. 5 Biola defeated No. 2 Concordia on the road in 4 sets. The senior middle blocker also tacked on six blocks (1 solo), 3 digs, an ace and an assist.
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Men's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Kyle Cunningham
The Master's College
After giving up an early goal at Vanguard, Kyle Cunningham blanked the Lions for the remaining 86:58 in a 3-1 win for The Master's College. The sophomore goalkeeper extended his scoreless streak with his career-best fifth shutout of the season in a 2-0 victory over Arizona Christian. Currently, Cunningham paces the GSAC in goals against average (0.74) and save percentage (.857), and is tied for the conference lead in shutouts.
Player of the Week
Women's Soccer
Defensive Player of the Week
Lauren Terry
Vanguard University
Lauren Terry posted two upset wins in goal for No. 14-ranked Vanguard last week against two GSAC opponents that were higher in the rankings. She had a save in the 5-1 win against The Master's College. The senior goalkeeper stopped three shots on goal at ninth-ranked Biola squad to propel Vanguard to a 2-1 victory.
Player of the Week
Men's Soccer
Offensive Player of the Week
Brett Croft
The Master's College
Brett Croft scored two goals and assisted on another as The Master's College won both of its GSAC games last week. At Vanguard, the senior midfielder tied the score on a penalty kick and then scored the game-winning goal in the 79th minute. Against Arizona Christian, Croft assisted on the insurance goal to win 2-0.
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