Men’s Volleyball run to GNAC finals

By Pat Carbone – Copy Editor

Theo Zaharewicz, Tucker Merritt, and Jordan Shinaut prepare to block the ball against Rivier. Photo by Karisa Gaughan

On April 9, the number two seeded men’s volleyball team traveled to first seeded Wentworth Institute of Technology to battle for the 2022 Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championship. The Lasers came up short as Wentworth claimed victory in three sets and move on to the DIII NCAA Tournament as GNAC Champions.

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Bryan Baumann is a stud

By Josh Wolmer & Nico Manganiello – 1851 Contributor & Digital Sports Editor

Sophomore captain Bryan Baumann settles under a fly ball. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones

For the first time since 2011, the baseball team has a sophomore captain. Bryan Baumann has stepped into a leadership role on a young team that features 14 first-years and 11 sophomores. 

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Senior and graduate athletes

By Kaie Quigley Co-Editor-In-Chief

Baseball:

Matt Bischof – Catcher – #39

Chris O’Connor – Pitcher – #12

Mack Palmer – Outfielder – #18

Jack Snyder – Pitcher – #9

Softball:

Brianna Gendreau – Utility – #4

Kelsey Scannevin – Outfielder – #5

Men’s Basketball:

DaVon Bradley – Guard – #0

Andrew Cabral – Guard – #22

EJ Day – Guard – #2

Jonathan Friberg – Forward – #23

Liam Jacobs – Forward – #25

Kelvin Kariuki – Forward – #24

Almando Marinez – Forward – #30

Kevin Nunez – Guard – #32

Zach Scott – Guard – #34

Kevin Vanderhorst – Forward – #21

Women’s Basketball:

Meg Carroll – Forward – #13

Brooke Damboise – Guard – #30

Peyton Young – Guard – #12

Marie Zampano – Guard – #10

Cross Country:

Joan Guzman

Sophie Fistori

Averie Greeley

Shakira Henriquez

Emily Hong

Emma Vierling

Field Hockey:

Kaitlyn Duarte – F – #16

Grace Marc-Aurele – M – #20

Sofia Rodriguez – G – #27

Claire Shepard – M – #15

Men’s Lacrosse: 

James Anderson – Attack – #22

Matt Baron – Defender/LSM – #10

Alex Beauchemin – Goalie – #19

David Burke – Midfielder – #7

Brian Consiglio – Defender – #24

Bash Cunningham – Attack – #5

Jordan Hines – Midfielder – #16

Brendan Johnson – Midfielder – #4

Steven Phelps – Faceoff Specialist – #26

Tyler Rose – Defender – #2

Women’s Lacrosse:

Sydney Brady – Midfielder – #21

Sophie Fistori – Midfielder – #15

Sophia Gadsden – Attack – #10

Courtney Sobolewski – Midfielder – #8

Serena Speight – Midfielder – #9

Devin Zambruno – Goalie – #26

Men’s Soccer:

Edson DaSilva – M – #10

Zack Laware – G – #00

Jake Ouellette – M – #2

Kevin Pitt – F – #8

Nathan Smith – M – #5

Alex Tavitian – F – #11

Dylan Thambirasa – M – #7

Women’s Soccer:

Rebecca Beringer – D – #24

Maddie Burke – F – #17

Narissa Libby – D/M – #10

Alex Lorenzo – F – #7

Erin Petrocelli – M – #16

Korynne Provenzano – D – #11

Angela Sanzari – G – #35

Serena Speight – F – #19

Track & Field:

Sage Dussault – Mid-Distance

Jordan Robertson – Mid-Distance/Hurdles

Sophia Franzik – Throws

Averie Greeley – Distance

Emily Hong – Sprints/Mid-Distance

Alahna Mild – Sprints

Elise Stansbury – Throws

Men’s Volleyball:

Dillon DeSouza – MB – #3

Brandon Hapgood – OH/Opposite – #5

Women’s Volleyball:

Juliana Denning – MB/Opposite – #22

Jess Langan – Setter – #4

Corina Lombardi – MB – #20

Meg Roberts – MB – #7

Laser teams see Spring season success

By Kaie Quigley & Payton Herbert – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor

Taylor Field scoreboard reads 10-3 with the softball team on the brink of victory. Photo by Mike Maruk

The spring sports season is in full swing for Laser teams, and many programs are consistently tallying wins in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) play. Namely, the baseball, softball, and lacrosse teams have all succeeded in their own ways thus far in 2022.

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Softball swept by Simmons

By Nico Manganiello – 1851 Contributor

Photos by Mike Maruk

The softball team fell twice to Simmons at Taylor Field on Saturday, dropping their conference record to 5-7. The Lasers lost game one by a score of 4-1 and game two 10-1. It was a quiet day for the Lasers offense against a top pitcher.

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Ferreira’s walk-off single knocks off Framingham State in extra innings

By Zack Laware – 1851 Contributor

Photos courtesy of Janard Jones / Lasell Athletics

First-year Griffin Ferreira had the walk-off single into center field in the bottom of the 10th for the Lasell University baseball team during a 9-8 win over Framingham State Tuesday evening at Brandeis University’s Stein Diamond.

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Softball splits doubleheader with Eastern Nazarene

By Zack Laware – 1851 Contributor

Photos courtesy of Janard Jones / Lasell Athletics

First-year Samara Turgeon of the Lasell University softball team went a combined 5-of-7 batting, with two runs, one triple and one double, in a double header split with Eastern Nazarene on Wednesday at Taylor Field. Lasell dropped the first game 5-2, but completed the comeback in the second game to win 15-14.

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Lasers beat Rivier, advance to GNAC finals

By Karissa Gaughan – 1851 Contributor

All photos by Karissa Gaughan

Junior Jan Baranowski came out strong with the first point of set one for an excited Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Semifinals crowd against Rivier’s men’s volleyball team. Baranowskini had 7 kills in the match overall, third most in the team. In second was first-year Jordan Shinaut at 11 kills, and in first, junior Brendan Joyce at 15 with a kill percentage of 0.424.

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