Senior and graduate athletes

By Kaie Quigley Co-Editor-In-Chief

Baseball:

Matt Bischof – Catcher – #39

Chris O’Connor – Pitcher – #12

Mack Palmer – Outfielder – #18

Jack Snyder – Pitcher – #9

Softball:

Brianna Gendreau – Utility – #4

Kelsey Scannevin – Outfielder – #5

Men’s Basketball:

DaVon Bradley – Guard – #0

Andrew Cabral – Guard – #22

EJ Day – Guard – #2

Jonathan Friberg – Forward – #23

Liam Jacobs – Forward – #25

Kelvin Kariuki – Forward – #24

Almando Marinez – Forward – #30

Kevin Nunez – Guard – #32

Zach Scott – Guard – #34

Kevin Vanderhorst – Forward – #21

Women’s Basketball:

Meg Carroll – Forward – #13

Brooke Damboise – Guard – #30

Peyton Young – Guard – #12

Marie Zampano – Guard – #10

Cross Country:

Joan Guzman

Sophie Fistori

Averie Greeley

Shakira Henriquez

Emily Hong

Emma Vierling

Field Hockey:

Kaitlyn Duarte – F – #16

Grace Marc-Aurele – M – #20

Sofia Rodriguez – G – #27

Claire Shepard – M – #15

Men’s Lacrosse: 

James Anderson – Attack – #22

Matt Baron – Defender/LSM – #10

Alex Beauchemin – Goalie – #19

David Burke – Midfielder – #7

Brian Consiglio – Defender – #24

Bash Cunningham – Attack – #5

Jordan Hines – Midfielder – #16

Brendan Johnson – Midfielder – #4

Steven Phelps – Faceoff Specialist – #26

Tyler Rose – Defender – #2

Women’s Lacrosse:

Sydney Brady – Midfielder – #21

Sophie Fistori – Midfielder – #15

Sophia Gadsden – Attack – #10

Courtney Sobolewski – Midfielder – #8

Serena Speight – Midfielder – #9

Devin Zambruno – Goalie – #26

Men’s Soccer:

Edson DaSilva – M – #10

Zack Laware – G – #00

Jake Ouellette – M – #2

Kevin Pitt – F – #8

Nathan Smith – M – #5

Alex Tavitian – F – #11

Dylan Thambirasa – M – #7

Women’s Soccer:

Rebecca Beringer – D – #24

Maddie Burke – F – #17

Narissa Libby – D/M – #10

Alex Lorenzo – F – #7

Erin Petrocelli – M – #16

Korynne Provenzano – D – #11

Angela Sanzari – G – #35

Serena Speight – F – #19

Track & Field:

Sage Dussault – Mid-Distance

Jordan Robertson – Mid-Distance/Hurdles

Sophia Franzik – Throws

Averie Greeley – Distance

Emily Hong – Sprints/Mid-Distance

Alahna Mild – Sprints

Elise Stansbury – Throws

Men’s Volleyball:

Dillon DeSouza – MB – #3

Brandon Hapgood – OH/Opposite – #5

Women’s Volleyball:

Juliana Denning – MB/Opposite – #22

Jess Langan – Setter – #4

Corina Lombardi – MB – #20

Meg Roberts – MB – #7

Commencement speakers hope to inspire

By Kaie Quigley & Michael Maruk – Co-Editor-In-Chief & Art Director

Like all great things, they must come to an end. Commencement is one milestone in particular that stands out as a great accomplishment in academia. It celebrates the completion of schooling for many as well as the introduction to the workforce of tomorrow. Luckily enough there are a few chosen to inspire those forward in that next step and we were able to have a chance to speak to a couple of them to get their thoughts on life after Lasell. 

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Laser teams see Spring season success

By Kaie Quigley & Payton Herbert – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor

Taylor Field scoreboard reads 10-3 with the softball team on the brink of victory. Photo by Mike Maruk

The spring sports season is in full swing for Laser teams, and many programs are consistently tallying wins in Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) play. Namely, the baseball, softball, and lacrosse teams have all succeeded in their own ways thus far in 2022.

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Baseball and softball programs make trip to sunshine state

By Kaie Quigley & LJ VP LaFiura – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Contributor

Prior to the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and the slew of regulations that followed, the baseball and softball programs traditionally would fundraise through events at Boston College and Gillette Stadium to fund team trips to Florida over spring break. These annual trips returned this spring after a two-year hiatus, due to the relaxation of COVID protocols both on campus and nationwide.

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Fashion Focus: Meet Sydney Pesaturo

By Kaie Quigley & Taylor VilesCo-Editor-in-Chief & Sports Editor

All photos courtesy of Sydney Pesaturo

Following the graduation of Creative Director Emma Ingenohl (‘21) in December, POLISHED Magazine spent little time in naming her replacement. 

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Lasers lose White Ribbon game against Sharks

By Kaie Quigley – Co-Editor-in-Chief

All photos by Joe Giacco

Saturday afternoon, the women’s lacrosse team took a 15-7 loss against the Simmons University Sharks at Grellier Field. Seniors Sophia Gadsden and Sydney Brady lead the offense for the Lasers, combining for five of the seven goals. Gadsden scored a hat trick and Brady had two scores. Senior goalie Devin Zambruno tallied 17 saves in the loss.

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