Chris Herren speaks at de Witt Hall on Sunday. Photo By Emily Kochanek
Emily Kochanek – 1851 Staff
DeWitt Hall was filled on Sunday, October 21, as students gathered to see speaker and former Boston Celtics player Chris Herren tell his story about the drug addiction that ended his basketball career and how he recovered. More…
Mike Skelton – 1851 Staff
Machado (above) returned on senior day to play 45 minutes but was held out of Lasell’s next game on October 15 against the University of St Joseph.Photo By Scott LaPier
During a 5-1 win over Rivier College on September 25, senior Emily Machado of sustained what could possibly be a season-ending injury. With the team looking for a third straight Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) title, Machado is hoping the team will extend the season long enough for her to return one last time. More…
Brian Roach – 1851 Staff
The rugby club in action against Westfield. Photo By Kristina Kaufmann
The Rugby Club has been competing for the past three seasons and many of the upperclassmen have remained dedicated to the team.
Last fall, the Lasers finished with a 5-0 regular season record to earn a Division IV playoff berth. This year, the team is 2-2 with their most recent defeat to the Westfield State Owls on October 13, during Family, Friends and Alumni Weekend, by a score of 32-7. More…
Zach Gray – Sports Editor
College: four years of life where every opportunity should be taken. It’s where young adults can excel in academics, clubs, organizations, and athletics. At the Division III (D-III) level, it’s also the last chance for a student athlete to shine. Athletes don’t usually become professional after participating in D-III athletics. Athletes become graduates. Graduates become workers. Workers become bosses. Bosses retire. In that stereotypical post-college life, one hopes to continue some form of involvement in athletics. This includes playing in recreational leagues, coaching, or jobs in sports. Regardless of whatever comes after college, nothing compares to the competitive nature of collegiate athletics. More…
Lasell and Westfield participate in a scrum on Sunday. Photo By Kristina Kaufmann
By Mike Skelton – 1851 Staff
The Lasell Rugby team suffered a 32-7 loss to Westfield State University this past Sunday on Grellier Field. The loss brought the Lasers’ season record to 2-2, as the Owls improve to 4-0. More…
Women’s volleyball and rugby were two of many teams that played at home during friends and family weekend. Check out some pictures from the action. Photos by Kristina Kaufmann.
The Men’s soccer team won its seventh game in a row on Monday defeating Johnson and Wales 2-1. Mike Skelton provided the offense for the Lasers, scoring twice in the first half. The win improved the team to 7-0 in GNAC play and 11-1 overall.
By Kaitlyn Quinn – 1851 Staff
Arianna Cote is now finding more time to spend on her school work. Without a constant field hockey schedule in her life, she appreciates the time she has to complete her work. More…