Men’s Soccer Reply

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

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Fall 17 sports preview: Field Hockey, Soccer, Volleyball, XC Reply

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.


Sutton ends as soccer’s sole senior Reply

By Seán McGlone – News Editor

In his four years as part of the men’s soccer team, Jonathan Sutton has played in 76 games, been a starter for three and a half seasons, and played for a GNAC Championship. One thing was new for him this past season though – he was the only senior on the team.


Marketing student-athlete Jonathan Sutton stands with his family on Senior Day. Sutton was the lone senior on the team this season. Photo by Jackie Colombie


Men’s soccer gains new coach Reply

By Seán McGlone – News Editor

Lasell welcomed veteran coach Michael Haynes as the new men’s soccer coach this season. Haynes, a former national team player for his native country of Barbados, brings experience both as a coach and a player to Lasell.


The new Head Coach of the men’s soccer team is Michael Haynes, who formerly coached at Matignon High School. Photo courtesy of Emily Machado


Alumni weekend, senior day photo gallery Reply

Relive alumni weekend and senior day games here.

Battle of the goalkeepers Reply

By Megan Palumbo & Sean Chase – Sports Editor & 1851 Staff

The men’s soccer team has a refreshed look after its new head coach Michael Haynes was hired in the off-season along with 12 freshmen joining the team this fall. The Lasers will start the 2016 season with a new team philosophy as well as tactics not all of the players may have used before.


Alum promoted from field to coach Reply

By Allison Nekola & Ryan Fitzgerald – Co-Editor-in-Chief & Sports Editor

Photo by Tom Horak Jared Lewis, class of 2014, played soccer for four years and is now an assistant coach for the men’s soccer team.

Photo by Tom Horak
Jared Lewis, class of 2014, played soccer for four years and is now an assistant coach for the men’s soccer team.

Former center midfielder for the men’s soccer team and 2014 Lasell graduate, Jared Lewis, has brought his talent and knowledge back to Taylor Field for the Lasers.