Lasers beat Rivier, advance to GNAC finals

By Karissa Gaughan – 1851 Contributor

All photos by Karissa Gaughan

Junior Jan Baranowski came out strong with the first point of set one for an excited Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Semifinals crowd against Rivier’s men’s volleyball team. Baranowskini had 7 kills in the match overall, third most in the team. In second was first-year Jordan Shinaut at 11 kills, and in first, junior Brendan Joyce at 15 with a kill percentage of 0.424.

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Men’s Lacrosse hopeful for continued success

By Rebecca Osowski – Features Editor

The Men’s Lacrosse team has made it to the Great Northeastern Athletic Conference (GNAC) tournament every year since 2011, excluding the 2020 season that was canceled due to COVID-19. Coming off a GNAC Championship, a National Collegiate Athletic Association tournament appearance, and playing under new head coach Dieter Treusdell, the Lasers hope to continue their success and take home another championship.

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Lasell rallies late but falls short against Emerson

By Zack Laware – 1851 Contributor

All photos by Joe Giacco

Senior midfielder Jordan Hines of the men’s lacrosse team tallied his second hat trick during a 12-9 non-conference setback to Emerson Thursday afternoon at Grellier Field.

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Men’s Volleyball takes down top-ranked Springfield in four sets

By Taylor Viles – Sports Editor

First year Jordan Shinaut celebrates a point during the Lasers impressive win against top-ranked Springfield on Tuesday night. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones/Lasell Athletics

The men’s volleyball team sent the Laser faithful into a frenzy last night at the Athletic Center after beating the number one ranked Division III program in the country, the Springfield College Pride, 3-1. The win marked the first time Lasell had beaten Springfield in program history.

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Record-setting season for winter sports

By Josh Wolmer & LJ VP LaFiura – 1851 Contributors

EJ Day dribbles on Anna Maria defender Jakai Alexandre during a recent game. He surpassed 1000 career points earlier this season during his senior season. Photo courtesy of Janard Jones/Lasell Athletics

The winter season for Laser sports is almost over and it has been historic. Men’s and women’s basketball as well as track and field are having some of their best seasons in recent history. Multiple players have recorded individual program records and milestones.  

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Lasers lose to undefeated Bluejays

By Kait Bedell – News Editor

Lasell senior guard Kevin Nunez shoots a free throw during last night’s matchup against Saint Joseph. Photo by Kait Bedell

The Lasers (12-9 overall) took on the undefeated Bluejays of Saint Joseph Connecticut at home during last night’s men’s basketball matchup for an in-conference game at 7:30 p.m. The Bluejays, ranked sixth nationally in Division III, took the win over Lasell 91-64, improving to 20-0.

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Lasers rally past Wildcats after tough loss

By Rebecca Osowski – Features Editor

Following a two-point loss on Thursday to Elms College, the women’s basketball team was looking for a strong performance to get back on track. They did so on Saturday versus the Johnson and Wales Wildcats, a team with only two wins. After a slow first quarter, falling behind 6-0 and trailing 12-10 going into the second quarter, the Lasers broke out, defeating the Wildcats 50-38.

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Day scores 18, Lasers fall to Wildcats 73-55 

By LJ VP LaFiura – 1851 Contributor

On Saturday, the men’s basketball team lost to Johnson and Wales, 73-55, at the Athletic Center. Much of Johnson and Wales’ lead can be attributed to a 39-19 halftime lead.

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