Pino and Yandow take the GNAC by storm Reply

By Colin Froment and Aimee Forman – 1851 Staff 

Junior Taylor Yandow and sophomore Vanessa Pino earned the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Player of the Week this past month for their outstanding athletic performances.  Both players have won the award twice this season — Yandow was named GNAC Player of the Week two weeks in a row.  More…

Chronicle’d Podcast: Episode 8, Let’s talk spring break Reply

By Tristan Davis and Rosemary Leger

“1851 Chronicle” editors Tristan Davis and Rosemary Leger come together to discuss spring break before embarking on their own adventures. In this episode, they also talk plans for three athletic teams, two Alternative Spring Breaks, and one hospitality class. No matter where you’re headed, enjoy the week off, Lasers!

Background music is “Cake By The Ocean” by DNCE.

Wuorio continues dominance in women’s lacrosse Reply

Senior Britney Wuorio has been enjoying another successful season with the lasers. the Bolton, MA native continues adding to her records. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Senior Britney Wuorio has been enjoying another successful season with the lasers. the Bolton, MA native continues adding to her records. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Brianna Robbins – 1851 Staff

It is no surprise that the 2012 and 2013 Greater Northeast Athletic Conference Player of the Year is dominating the field again for another incredible season. Senior captain Britney Wuorio has excelled by setting records and winning a GNAC championship during her time with the women’s lacrosse program.

In 2013, Wuorio led the GNAC in both points and goals, and ranked second in assists. She ranked first in the nation with 129 points and finished with a tie in fourth among D-III women’s lacrosse players with 83 goals. This season, Wuorio is currently ranked in the top of five in the GNAC in goals, points, shots, shots on goal, and assists.
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Teams prepare for lacrosse season Reply

Junior goalie Alexa Katsigianis makes a save in the season opener against MIT on March 4. The Lasers dropped the home contest, 18-12.

Junior goalie Alexa Katsigianis makes a save in the season opener against MIT on March 4. The Lasers dropped the home contest, 18-12. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Max Berkowitz – 1851 Staff

Coming off a season ending with a disappointing loss to Becker College in the quarterfinals of the GNAC Tournament last year, men’s lacrosse hopes its key returners can spark a rally to push them far into the spring. Junior goalie David Walen looks to stand tall in net as a leader of the team, while dynamic midfielder Dylan Fernandez looks to provide support. Sophomores Andrew Suh, Casey Sullivan, and Pat Egan look to take charge on offense for the Lasers. Lasell will miss graduated senior defender Matthew Keiler, whose strong skills held the opposition from putting the ball in the net. More…