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Boyle sister reunion a no-brainer
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Boyle sister reunion a no-brainer

In the Emerson women’s basketball season opener against Gordon, junior forward Charlie Boyle was out of the starting lineup and only saw five minutes of action, but a Boyle still took the opening tip for the Lions. Freshman forward Sam Boyle, Charlie’s younger sister, finished her collegiate debut with a team-high 14 points. The pair...

Women’s basketball preview: Boyle sisters reunite as Lions set high goals
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Women’s basketball preview: Boyle sisters reunite as Lions set high goals

Emerson’s women’s basketball team hopes to reach the playoffs this season by using its versatility and changing the pace of the game, according to head coach Bill Gould. The Lions lost three players from last season’s roster, including forward Sierra Ducey, who started in every game last year. Elizabeth Horan, the only senior from that...

Women’s soccer recap: Key injury impacted playoff push
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Women’s soccer recap: Key injury impacted playoff push

After qualifying for the NEWMAC playoffs last year, Emerson’s women’s soccer team had high expectations for this year, but injuries to key players held them back. The Lions finished ninth in the NEWMAC this year, posting a 3-11-2 record. Junior forward Paige Haley suffered a torn ACL in late September that ended her season, and...

Fresh off senior season, former Lasell player joins Lions staff
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Fresh off senior season, former Lasell player joins Lions staff

This past spring, Lasell College senior Tristan Davis extended the Lasers’ lead to 17-10 in the final set over the host Emerson Lions with his 10th kill of the men’s volleyball match. Two months later, Davis exchanged his blue Lasell jersey for a purple Emerson polo. Fresh out of college, he is the newest addition...

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Women’s soccer: A new formation for a deeper playoff run

Coming off its first NEWMAC playoff appearance in program history last season, Emerson’s women’s soccer team is looking to build upon its latest success by switching up its style of play this year. For the past five years, the Lions have operated in a 4-3-3 formation. This year, head coach David Suvak believes that a...