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  • Viking winning streak continues
    The Vikings traveled to Cabrillo College for their second CJCLA league game.  The setting and environment could not have been better.  The California sun and Pacific Ocean breeze provided perfect weather to play CJCLA lacrosse.  In its second year of building their program, Cabrillo showed great improvement from last year.  The Vikings were fortunate to jump out to an early advantage and able to get all players involved throughout the game.  Despite not having depth of players, the Seahawks
  • Vikings winning streak continues
    Reminiscent of the movie 300, the Cabrillo Seahawks were outnumbered as they brought 12 players to yesterday’s game versus DVC.  While the Seahawks fought hard and were valiant in their efforts, they couldn’t keep pace with what may well be the best DVC lacrosse team in the history of its program.  Building a significant lead in the first quarter, coaches Wallahan and Welch pulled their starters to give the next lines significant playing time. This was an ideal scenario for the Vikings, as
  • Stunner: Vikings 15, Simon Fraser University 6
    If you were at Viking Stadium last night, you witnessed a shocking development in western North American lacrosse, as the Vikings upended last year's 11th ranked MCLA, Division I, Simon Fraser University by a score of 15-6.   When SFU scored the first goal of the game after winning the opening faceoff, some had the sinking feeling that this game might not go DVC's way.  However, the Vikings scored the next five goals and never looked back as the first quarter ended with a Viking lead of 5-1.