It was an up and down season for the Lions, who finished with a 11-16-2 record. The Lions would have shining moments throughout the year, but playing with a short bench hampered their efforts throughout the campaign. The Lions won their home opener and home finale in exciting contests in front of packed home crowds, beating USC in the final 10 seconds of their home opener. The Lions also beat Chapman and UCLA on way to the Kings Cup Championship game, which they would lose to CSUN. The second semester saw an initial jump in outcomes, as the Lions added a few new players to the fold. But injuries derailed those efforts as the team lost 3 players to season ending injuries. Freshman James Andrews notched the single season record for most penalty minutes for the Lions with 95. Seniors Trevor Tracy and Kyle Martins both carried the team in scoring, as Tracy led the entire nation in scoring after the final week of the regular season, with Martins in 6th. Martins graduates as the all time leader in assists, and second all time in scoring. Tracy will graduate as the all time points per game scorer for the Lions. The team will graduate 4 players, and look to get the program back into the rankings and headed back to regionals next season.