The Lasers faced the Amcats of Anna Maria College this Saturday at Taylor Field for their second home game of the season. After an intense ninety minutes, the match ended in a 1-1 tie.
Coming into the game, Anna Maria were 0-2, and had only scored one goal in their first two games combined. That being said, the Amcat attacks were aggressive and frequent, led in large part by sophomore Rubelsi Moran, and senior Hezekiah Adeyeye.
Lasers, their coaches, and their families gathered for pictures at their respective playing surfaces during Senior Day. Many of them have been teammates since their first year at Lasell.
With fall sports seasons winding down, veteran Lasers were able to celebrate their Senior Days across campus. The soccer teams and the field hockey team enjoyed these festivities during the spotlight of Family, Friends, and Alumni Weekend, including a soccer doubleheader at Taylor Field. The women’s volleyball team celebrated later that week on October 21.
Men’s soccer celebrated senior day at Taylor Field on Saturday afternoon, however suffered a tough 2-0 loss to Johnson & Wales. The loss brings the Lasers’ conference record to a 1-7-1 as the regular season comes to a close.
On Sept. 15, on Taylor Field, the men’s soccer team nearly came back from a two-goal deficit in the last 20 minutes of their home game. However, they ultimately fell to Rivier 3-2 in their fourth consecutive loss of the season.
On Saturday, Taylor Field hosted a non-conference men’s soccer matchup against Union College. Union took only a two-goal lead into the second half but posted three more goals to take down the Men’s Soccer team 5-0.
The Lasell men’s soccer team hosted a Pediatric Cancer Awareness Game on Sept. 19 against Regis College Lions. The honorary game was in tribute to Sophia’s Fund, a non-profit organization that helps families fight pediatric cancer. Both teams battled into double overtime ending the game in a 1-1 tie. Photos by Chris Bretti