Women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and field hockey all had record-setting seasons. Women’s volleyball earned the fourth seed in the GNAC tournament and made it to the semifinals. Field hockey earned the number one seed and competed in the GNAC Championship for the first time in team history. Women’s soccer captured their eighth straight GNAC Championship, defeating Johnson and Wales 2-0 at home on November 4.
Photos by Cassidy Murray and Katie Schneider
By Connor Mankouski – 1851 Staff
Samantha Taylor earned GNAC First Team All-Conference honors after tallying 45 points this season. Photo by Connor Mankouski
Samantha Taylor, the starting center forward for the women’s field hockey team, has received her first GNAC Player of the Week Award. The sophomore received the honor for the week of October 24 after she helped the team with a 2-1 week. Taylor had an out of conference goal and a hat trick in a conference game solidifying the team as the number one seed in the conference and earning them a bye in the postseason. More…
By Matt Ferris – 1851 Staff
Field hockey had a historic season and made it deep into the GNAC playoffs, ultimately losing to Mount Ida in the championship. Photo by Cassidy Murray
The women’s field hockey team had a dominant regular season but fell short in championship. The Lasers finished with a 16-4 overall record. This sat them in first place in the Greater Northeast Athletic Conference and guaranteed the team in the number one seed in the postseason. More…
By Brian Cohen – 1851 Staff
The Lasell College Women’s Field Hockey team has taken the GNAC by storm this season posting a 7-0 conference record thus far. The Lasers have a 14-3 overall record including eight of those victories coming on their home field and they are playing with tremendous confidence.
By Cassidy Murray and Brian Cohen – Sports Editor and 1851 Staff
Field Hockey has an 8-1 record and is 3-0 in conference play. Photo courtesy of Emily Machado.
Women’s Field Hockey is off to an 8-1 start, marking a school record. This is following a successful season where the team finished 12-7, making it to the GNAC semi-finals.
By Casey DiBari – 1851 Staff
Photo courtesy of Courtney Braman
The field hockey team participated in the annual Light the Night Walk in Boston Common. This was the team’s second time walking to help fund leukemia and lymphoma treatment.
On October 8, the Lasell College field hockey team participated in the annual Light the Night Walk in Boston Common. Light the Night is a fundraising campaign benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society in raising money to find cures for blood cancers.
By Armando Machado Jr. – 1851 Staff
Family, Friends and Alumni Weekend (FFAW) took place earlier this month, October 16 to 18, and along with trips to Boston and events happening on campus, athletes celebrated senior day, or their last home games as seniors in college.
Brianna Robbins – Sports Editor
This past August, my field hockey team and I spent five days in Bermuda for pre-season. The trip had been discussed since I first stepped foot onto this campus my freshman year. When I first heard about this trip, I thought it was too expensive and there would be too much time spent fundraising before this trip would ever happen. I look back on these past three years I spent at different fundraising events and at the end of the day it was all worth it.