Wuorio continues dominance in women’s lacrosse Reply

Senior Britney Wuorio has been enjoying another successful season with the lasers. the Bolton, MA native continues adding to her records. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Senior Britney Wuorio has been enjoying another successful season with the lasers. the Bolton, MA native continues adding to her records. (Photo by Tom Horak)

Brianna Robbins – 1851 Staff

It is no surprise that the 2012 and 2013 Greater Northeast Athletic Conference Player of the Year is dominating the field again for another incredible season. Senior captain Britney Wuorio has excelled by setting records and winning a GNAC championship during her time with the women’s lacrosse program.

In 2013, Wuorio led the GNAC in both points and goals, and ranked second in assists. She ranked first in the nation with 129 points and finished with a tie in fourth among D-III women’s lacrosse players with 83 goals. This season, Wuorio is currently ranked in the top of five in the GNAC in goals, points, shots, shots on goal, and assists.

Players receive basketball awards Reply

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Photo by Tom Horak

Brianna Robbins – 1851 Staff

Both the men and women basketball teams had standout athletes represented in the Greater Northeast Athletic Conference this season. Senior captain Brandon Ganesh and sophomore forward Clyde Niba were both placed on the GNAC Second Team All-League, while sophomore guard Richard O’Brien was named to the GNAC Sportsmanship Team.

Records set at NCAA’s Reply

Brianna Robbins – 1851 Staff

Age must not mean a thing to the women’s track and field 4×200 relay. This year’s relay team broke the school record back in early February at Tufts University by almost ten seconds with a time of 1:54.36. “We finally put together a team where we all wanted the record and just went for it,” said sophomore Melissa Cooley. “Breaking the record the first time felt great, but we knew we could do it again.” More…

Men’s, women’s basketball fall in doubleheader Reply

Photos by Tom Horak

The men’s and women’s basketball teams each lost their respective games in a Tuesday night doubleheader.

Women’s basketball started the doubleheader against the University of St. Joseph’s, as the Lasers fell to the Blue Jays, 71-59. Lasell junior Alexis Chappell had a game-high 18 points and sophomore Katie Stopera led with seven assists. Lasell falls to 9-10 overall (2-3 GNAC).

No. 9 Amherst traveled to 1844 Commonweath Ave to take on the men’s team, defeating the Lasers 95-74. Senior Brandon Ganesh had a game-high 35 points for Lasell. The Lasers fall to 10-8.

Both teams play again on Saturday, February 8.

Indoor track up and running Reply

Zachary Gray Co-Editor-In-Chief

Indoor track & field enters the 2013-2014 season with its largest numbers in years.

“When I started my freshman year, the team was very small, maybe 10 people total [both men and women],” said senior captain Chelsea Zeig. The squad now has upwards of 30 to 40 people. Although the team is made up of numerous underclassmen, the senior class have been a major piece of the program’s growth. The seniors include Solange Carpenter, Jen Lemoine, Kendall Logsdon, Dylan Fernandez, Bobby Spellman, Don Berube, and Zeig. Carpenter, Lemoine, Logsdon, and Zeig have been with the program since their freshmen year. All have enjoyed individual success, as they’ve set the standard for the program.

The team has improved and grown thanks to the conditioning set up by James Martin and the rest of the coaching staff. More…

Sophomores shine for cross country Reply

Brianna Robbins 1851 Staff

The men’s cross country team ended the season on a high note with runners competing in the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) meet and the National Collegiate Athlete Association Regionals. Strong performances in the races came courtesy of sophomores Alex Weselcouch, Cameron Wiewel, and Andrew Panther. More…