Men’s lacrosse dominates in alumni game Reply

By James Macey & Marissa Gugala – 1851 Staff

Men’s lacrosse gained a valuable conference win over Regis College on April 14 on Grellier Field as they crushed the Regis Rangers 16-3. 

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On April 14, the men’s lacrosse team honored alumni players. Former Laser Kevin Michael Flaherty’s jersey was retired after his death in 2006 and is hanging in the Forest locker room hallway. Photo by Megan Palumbo

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Women’s lacrosse is playing in the moment Reply

By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor

The women’s lacrosse team honored senior captains Taylor Yandow and Taylor Falco on April 7 at Grellier Field, where the team beat Simmons College 21-6. The pregame ceremony acknowledged the accomplishments both senior Lasers have contributed to the team. Being a potential last home game for Yandow and Falco, it was apparent they were fired up and ready to compete. 

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The women’s lacrosse team honored senior captains Taylor Yandow and Taylor Falco before their game against Simmons College on April 7. Lasell won the game 21-6. Photo courtesy of Kelli Wagner

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Men’s basketball ends on a high note Reply

James Macey1851 Staff 

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Men’s Basketball reached the GNAC Playoffs for the third year in a row this season. Photo by Katie Scheinder

Men’s Basketball made it to the Great Northeastern Athletic Conference semifinals but lost 97-86 against the number one seed, Albertus Magnus Falcons. Finishing fourth in the GNAC, the team secured a spot in the postseason for their third consecutive year.

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What does it mean to be a Laser? Reply

Choquet starts in net for women’s lacrosse Reply

By Seán McGloneEditor-in-Chief

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Sophomore Morgan Choquet is the starting goalie for Women’s Lacrosse. This is Choquet’s first season playing goalie. Photo by Katie Schneider

For most athletes, competing in the first college game is a nerve-wracking experience. However, for sophomore Morgan Choquet, on top of competing in her first college game, she had to compete in a new position while also just starting her second year ever playing lacrosse.

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Women’s basketball in a good place despite low records Reply

By Kyle Schroeder 1851 Staff 

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Despite their losses, women’s basketball always stands united.  Photo courtesy of Jackie Colombie

It has been a tough two years for the women’s basketball team in terms of their record. The Lasers finished this season 5-20 after a 5-19 record the previous season. In the 2015-16 season, they went a respectable 12-14. The question that arises is: what caused this drop off? The answer is something every interscholastic and collegiate sports program deals with: the loss of key senior contributors.

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