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…

Gallery: women’s soccer GNAC championship Reply

Photos by Tom Horak

The women’s soccer team defeated Suffolk University 6-1 in the GNAC championship. The victory gives the women’s team its fourth straight conference title, a Lasell record. Junior Bridget Lynch scored three goals in the match, giving her the Lasell single-season scoring record of 33 goals. Her twin sister Kayla scored twice in the match.

Gallery: men’s soccer GNAC championship Reply

Photos by Tom Horak

The men’s soccer team fell to Johnson & Wales in the GNAC championship at Taylor Field. JWU defeated the Lasers 5-3 in penalty kicks after the two teams were tied 3-3 through 110 minutes. Lasell lead 3-1 after 75 minutes of play thanks to goals from junior Manny Alves, sophomore Conor Fitzgerald, and senior Mike Skelton. The Wildcats tied the match with back-to-back goals within two minutes of each other with ten minutes remaining in regulation. After a scoreless overtime, Johnson & Wales opened penalty kicks with a goal. Lasell missed its first penalty kick, which proved to be the difference maker in the match.