Lasers drop final weekend home game to Curry College

By Rebecca Osowski – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Photos courtesy of Janard Jones/Lasell Athletics

Following a riveting matchup against the Anna Maria Amcats Saturday afternoon, the Lasers returned to Taylor Field to face Curry College. Despite a strong effort, the Lasers fell to Curry 6-2.

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Lasers, Amcats end even at Taylor Field

By Kaie Quigley – Co-Editor-in-Chief

Photos by Joe Giacco

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.

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Welcome back, COVID-style

By Katie Peters, Claire Crittendon & Meghan CarrollEditors-in-Chief & News Editor

September 5-8 saw the return of 720 resident and 263 commuter students to residential halls and academic buildings, according to the Registrar’s Office, unveiling the COVID-19 prepped campus. An additional 443 students are studying remotely online.

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GNAC comes to a halt due to pandemic

By Taylor VilesSports Editor


Usually busy with athletes, the Athletic Center is now home to equipment from the Edwards Gym until sports come back in session.
Photo by Taylor Viles

On March 13, the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) opted to cancel the remainder of its spring season. The decision was made to protect student-athletes, fans and other athletic personnel.

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Canceled spring sports creates new opportunity

By: Josh Wolmer- 1851 Staff

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With the college sports world coming to a close, athletes everywhere are looking to see what the next step is. Senior Amanda Ortiz leads her basketball team into the locker room after the final home game of this season. Photo by: Adam Hallenbeck

On March 11, the sports world was rocked as NBA star Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19, more commonly known as coronavirus.  As a result, sports league presidents and commissioners had no choice but to suspend all play of their season until after this pandemic ends.  

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Kristy Walter: The lifelong Laser

By Taylor Viles1851 Staff

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Athletic Director Kristy Walter has worked on building the athletic program from the ground up, starting the program as part of her masters program at Northeastern University. Photo by Taylor Viles.

Lasell’s athletic program boasts over 300 student-athletes and includes 17 varsity teams between men’s and women’s sports. It may surprise some that Lasell wasn’t always a Division III NCAA school, and the person responsible for Lasell’s athletic department, Kristy Walter, is still working tirelessly as the Director of Athletics today.

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