By Megan Palumbo & Brian Cohen – Co-Editor-in-Chief & 1851 Staff
The men’s volleyball team is coming off of two consecutive conference wins the week of March 18. The Lasers clinched a 3-2 win on Tuesday, March 19 in the fifth match against Johnson & Wales University ( JWU). On Thursday, March 21, they took down Colby-Sawyer 3-0, sweeping. The Lasers have been on the move with a 12-12 overall record.
Junior Jordan Aprea is a captain for the men’s volleyball team this season as the team looks to rebuild after graduating five seniors last year. Photo by Katie Schneider
The men’s volleyball team have had a rocky start this season with a current record of 1-6 overall and 0-0 in conference play. The Lasers kicked off the season with two losses in their first invitational at Springfield College. Junior Nate Gallo led the team with 15 kills and 13 digs against the Baruch Bearcats. Junior Jordan Aprea had a team high eight kills against the Springfield Pride. More…
Winter sports are about halfway through their respective seasons. Men’s basketball is currently in 4th place in the GNAC looking towards the playoffs. Women’s basketball recently won their senior day game against St. Joseph’s (Conn.) 68-42. Indoor track & field recently competed in the 2018 Boston University John Thomas Terrier Indoor Invitational. Men’s volleyball is looking towards their first conference game of the season.
Photos by Katie Schneider, Cassidy Murray and Allie Amos
Senior co-captain Andrew Glenn makes a defensive play. Photo by Tom Horak
After bringing home the GNAC Championship for the first time in program history last April, the men’s volleyball team is looking to keep it a tradition and win again this year. They currently stand at 8-4 (4-0 in the GNAC).
Junior Jeff Vautrin, originally from Chicopee, Mass., started his college career in his hometown at Elms College and transferred to Lasell. Since joining the team, Vautrin made a name for himself by being placed on the GNAC All-Conference First Team this year. He earned this title by his hitting percentage of his .312 and ranked second among GNAC leaders with 3.79 kills per set. Vautrin also led the GNAC in total kills with 360. More…
Being able to complete someone else’s sentences is a sign of being in sync. This can be said for the men’s volleyball team. As a unified team, they will be able to exceed expectations this year to win the Great Northeast Athletic Confer- ence (GNAC) championship.