Game staff is working play by play Reply

By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor

In the midst of basketball season, Lasell’s athletic game staff has been working hard to broadcast games through an online live-stream video. In addition to the live coverage of games, staff members began play-by-play coverage over the video to add a more professional feel when fans are watching online.

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Senior James Payne (L), junior Greg Camillone (Center) and sophomore Cameron Brennan (R) live-stream sporting events online with commentary and coverage. 

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The man behind Lasell men’s hoops: Aaron Galletta Reply

*The 1851 Chronicle recognizes a mistake in the printed version of this story. The quote “If he knows something is going on in your life, he shows his concern. For instance, two seasons ago I had to get knee surgery and he checked up on me,” was printed as being said by junior guard Derek McMahon. McMahon did not say this and the quote has been retracted from the online version of this story. We apologize for the misprint.*

By Danielle Rafuse – Contributing Writer

Men’s basketball coach Aaron Galletta grew up in Hyde Park, N.Y. constantly surrounded by basketball. He never thought it would impact him this much, but he is in his eleventh season as Head Coach at Lasell.

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Teammates John Powell (L) and Tim Blair (R) listen to Coach Galletta as he explains the game plan. (Photo by Corinne Ciraldo)

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Kingman travels west to accept All-American award Reply

By Megan Palumbo – Sports Editor

Senior captain of the women’s soccer team, Mackenzie Kingman is the first female athlete at Lasell to earn All-American status. As of December 1, The National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) named Kingman on the NCAA Division III Women’s All-America Second Team. In mid-January she attended the All-America luncheon and convention in Los Angeles to be honored for her historic accomplishment.

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Senior captain of the women’s soccer team Mackenzie Kingman accepts her award for All-American soccer player with her coach Vito LaFrancesca. Photo courtesy of Mackenzie Kingman

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Basketball set for new season Reply

By James Payne & Danielle Rafuse

The women’s and men’s basketball teams have made preparations for this season and debuted with home wins on November 15.

The women’s team lost six seniors and Assistant Coach Ashley Finnegan at the end of last season. Todd Montana, entering his third season as Head Coach of the team, will look to improve on last season’s 12-14 record (5-6 in conference) and a GNAC tournament quarterfinal loss. More…

Sutton ends as soccer’s sole senior Reply

By Seán McGlone – News Editor

In his four years as part of the men’s soccer team, Jonathan Sutton has played in 76 games, been a starter for three and a half seasons, and played for a GNAC Championship. One thing was new for him this past season though – he was the only senior on the team.

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Marketing student-athlete Jonathan Sutton stands with his family on Senior Day. Sutton was the lone senior on the team this season. Photo by Jackie Colombie

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A sweet seventh victory for women’s soccer Reply

By Armando Machado – 1851 Staff

The Lasell women’s soccer team has gotten used to winning. The expectations for this season were nothing short of a seventh straight GNAC championship win. “We knew we were going to have a good year because we have players that score a lot of goals, but also players that have a ton of assists,” said junior goalkeeper Sarah LaClair.

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The women’s soccer team won the Great Northeast Atlantic Conference for the seventh year in a row on November 5. Photo by James Payne

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