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).
This past October, the women’s soccer team helped raise money for the Kick for Dana Farber fund, a program that benefits both the Jimmy Fund and Dana Farber through soccer. The “Pink Day” home game took place October 17, and featured a squad of Lasers sporting pink jerseys in support of the cause.
On Sunday, November 7 women’s soccer earned their sixth consecutive Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship over Emmanuel College. Unfortunately, the season ended early when they were knocked out of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) tournament by Rowan University.
Family, Friends, & Alumni Weekend was held October 16 – 18 with on and off-campus activities, including senior day games for multiple Lasell teams. Senior Day honors student athletes at the last home game of their college career. Field hockey lost 2-0, men’s soccer lost 2-1, women’s soccer won 4-0. Women’s volleyball will not honor their seniors until October 30. Members of both the men and women’s cross country team were honored with a ceremony during the soccer games.
The women’s soccer team defeated Albertus Magnus by a score of 4-0 in the GNAC semifinals on November 5, 2014. The Lasers advance to play their fifth consecutive GNAC final. The game will be held at home against Emmanuel on Saturday, November 8 at 1:00 p.m.
The women’s soccer team faced and defeated Suffolk by a score of 7-0 on November 3 in GNAC quarterfinals action. The Lasers will face Albertus Magnus in the GNAC semifinals at home on November 5 at 1:45.
The Lasell College women’s soccer team enters this year as the four-time defending champions of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) and will look to continue this success in 2014. The Lasers return to the pitch after finishing last season 17-4-1 overall and an undefeated 10-0-1 mark in conference play alongside an appearance in the NCAA Tournament. Continue reading “Women’s soccer hopes for five-peat: 2014 preview”→