By Seán McGlone – Editor-in-Chief
Sophomore Morgan Choquet is the starting goalie for Women’s Lacrosse. This is Choquet’s first season playing goalie. Photo by Katie Schneider
For most athletes, competing in the first college game is a nerve-wracking experience. However, for sophomore Morgan Choquet, on top of competing in her first college game, she had to compete in a new position while also just starting her second year ever playing lacrosse.
By Matt Ferris – 1851 Staff
Last year the Lasell women’s lacrosse team won its second Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championship title in the last three years. The women faced the number two seeded team in the conference, the Johnson and Wales University Wildcats. The fourth ranked Lasers upset the Wild- cats, 12-9 in regulation.
By Tim Kelleher – 1851 Staff
Everyone loves a heartfelt story of a sports team coming together and standing up for something outside of their respective sport. This month, the women’s lacrosse team worked in conjunction with Facing Cancer Together, a Newton-based cancer group, participating in the worldwide event, “Be Bold, Be Bald” that took place on Friday, October 21.
Women’s lacrosse players wore bald caps to raise cancer awareness while working with the “Be Bold, Be Bald” campaign. Photo courtesy of Bridget Delaney.
Relive alumni weekend and senior day games here.
A banner stands along Maple Street to welcome families and friends of Lasell students. Photo by Jackie Colombie
Families gather in front of the athletic center Saturday morning. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Parents and fans watch a face-off in the men’s alumni lacrosse game. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Senior Anthony Saitta rips a shot on the alumni lacrosse team during the annual game Saturday. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Men’s lacrosse (blue) and men’s alumni lacrosse (white) pose for a photo on Grellier Field. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Lasers field hockey huddle during their Senior Day contest against Johnson & Wales. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Senior Courtney Braman competes for the ball in front of her Senior Day banner. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Women’s volleyball lines up for the national anthem in game one of their doubleheader Saturday. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Sophomore Lucinda Thomas spikes a ball over an Emmanuel defender in the Lasers’ 3-2 victory. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Women’s soccer recognize seniors on Senior Day. Photo by James Payne.
Junior Haleigh Butler battles for the ball during the Lasers’ 8-2 victory over RIvier. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Families battle it out on the Charles River during the annual Lasell boat race. Photo by Morgan Vanwickler.
The race continues along the Charles. Photo by Morgan Vanwickler.
An aerial shot of the men’s rugby game on Sunday. Photo by Ryan Fitzgerald.
Captain of the men’s soccer team John Sutton stands with his family as the lone senior on Senior Day. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
The Lasers prepare to take on Mount Ida on Taylor Field. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
Sophomore Carter Migre heads a ball toward the goal in the team’s 2-1 loss to Mount Ida. Photo by Jackie Colombie.
By Tristan Davis – Features Editor
While various members of the men’s volleyball team ventured to Niagara Falls and the Mohegan Sun Casino, the rest of Lasell’s athletes dispersed throughout North America in search of more 2016 victories. Panning out as far as Puerto Rico and Florida, the Lasers collected key wins over schools from MA, NY, and PA.
Senior attack Caitlyn Brecher (right) tallied 43 goals and eight assists last season. (Photo by Tom Horak)
By Tina Nalepa – Arts Editor
The snowy weather hasn’t stopped the women’s lacrosse team from beginning their 2015 season. Last year, Lasell finished in the GNAC Conference 7-3 and 9-8 overall. More…