Vautrin makes strong impact on court

Photo by Tom Horak
Photo by Tom Horak

Brianna Robbins Sports Editor

Junior Jeff Vautrin, originally from Chicopee, Mass., started his college career in his hometown at Elms College and transferred to Lasell. Since joining the team, Vautrin made a name for himself by being placed on the GNAC All-Conference First Team this year. He earned this title by his hitting percentage of his .312 and ranked second among GNAC leaders with 3.79 kills per set. Vautrin also led the GNAC in total kills with 360. Continue reading “Vautrin makes strong impact on court”

A Day in the Life of a College Student: Part 2

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By Brianna Robins, Max Berkowitz and Ryan Macleod – Sports Editor and 1851 Staff

We’re back with part two of our two part series: A Day in the Life of a College Student. How accurate is this view compared to your life? Comment below and let us know.

Softball improves from last season

Senior Courtney Moen makes a throw to first. (Photo by Tom Horak)
Senior Courtney Moen makes a throw to first. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Brianna Robbins – 1851 Staff

After losing only one senior from last season, the softball team capitalized on the opportunity to improve this spring with help from many returnees, some new freshman, and a brand new set of coaches.

The Lasers spring break trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina was a success, as the team compiled a 5-3 record. Last year the team went 3-7 during the same trip.

Not only does the softball team use the tournament to play different competitors on the field, but they also use the trip as a chance to get to know each other better and become closer as team. The team welcomed six new freshmen to the team and one transfer.
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Zeig represents Lasell track internationally

Brianna Robins 1851 Staff

If you asked Chelsea Zeig seven years ago about participating in the Maccabiah Games, she probably would have said you’re crazy. Zeig is senior from West Nyack, New York majoring in Curriculum and Instruction. Seven years ago, Zeig started her career as a track athlete with her volleyball coach encouraging her to do a second sport to stay in shape. Zeig refers to herself as a “shot putter,” but she also participates in other throwing events including discus, weight throw, javelin, and hammer. Continue reading “Zeig represents Lasell track internationally”

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