Relive alumni weekend and senior day games here.
By Colin Froment and Armando Machado Jr. – 1851 Staff
New to the women’s volleyball assistant coaching position this year is Patrick Tom. What makes this so interesting is the head coach, Mary Tom, is his mother in her 19th season in the position. Continue reading “Women’s volleyball coaches have unique relationship”
By Armando Machado Jr. – 1851 Staff
Family, Friends and Alumni Weekend (FFAW) took place earlier this month, October 16 to 18, and along with trips to Boston and events happening on campus, athletes celebrated senior day, or their last home games as seniors in college.
Samantha Plumley and Leanne Signoriello – 1851 Staff
The Lasell men’s volleyball team recently took home their first Great Northeast Athletic Conference Championship (GNAC) trophy. “We did it. There’s not much more you could ask for,” said senior, co-captain Dan Raffol on the men’s volleyball team’s recent success. Continue reading “Men’s volleyball wins GNAC, loses to Baruch”
Shapleigh Webster – 1851 Staff
Behind every strong team, there are strong leaders, passion for the game, and friendship. The Lasell Woman’s Volleyball team has all of these qualities, especially friendship, which despite a tough season, have only become stronger.
“If you see one of the volleyball players, you’re bound to see another, we’re always together,” said senior captain Kathy Cameron.
Photos by Tom Horak
The women’s volleyball team fell to Brandeis University 3-1 on October 29 to wrap up the regular season. Sophomore Jordan Seid led the Lasers with 19 digs and sophomore Sharisse Scott-Rawlins led Lasell with 11 kills. The Lasers finish the regular season with a record of 16-12. The Great Northeast Athletic Conference tournament opens on Tuesday, November 5.
Photos by Tom Horak
The women’s volleyball team defeated rival Mount Ida College in a 3-0 sweep on Saturday, October 26 in the Athletic Center. Sophomore Jordan Seid lead the Lasers with 11 digs and sophomore Alyssa Nahigian lead Lasell with 12 assists. The Lasers improved to 15-11 overall (6-4 in the conference).