The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, October 28, 2016


Sox Broadcaster returns to where it all began

Neverett said persistently saying yes to assignments, regardless of the sport, gained him experience and connections.


With playoffs unlikely, Lions ponder ECAC tourney

“I feel as though we’re just going to put ourselves out on that court; everything’s going to be out there,” Linzmeyer said. “We would all like to go out on a win this season.”


Sara Rutan: Volleyball star returns as coach

Letourneau said Rutan’s instincts, devotion, and drive to win made her one of the better players he saw come through the Lions’ program.

Women’s tennis focuses on team dynamic

Both the players and the coach said this was the most important factor in the team’s budding success.

Men’s soccer wins first ever NEWMAC game

The objective for the team this year, Bochicchio said, is to improve on last year’s win total of five games.

Overtime wins have Lions poised for playoff berth

The squad has three more regular season games, all against NEWMAC opponents.

Behind Mooney, women’s team wins St. Joe’s meet

“We thought we had a good shot at winning,” Furey said. “So it wasn’t really a surprise.”


New app provides fans ‘front row’ seat to Emerson athletics

The app provides news, stats, and scores for all Emerson sports.


Newton goes national in Australian rules football tourney

The game is played on a cricket ground, home to a sport which most Bostonians would probably only know if their game collection happens to include Big Beach Sports for the Wii.

Couture’s call: Umps integral part of game too

To the baseball umpire fan, the announcement of postseason rosters is akin to the release of the iPhone 7.


Harton dives to thousand-dig mark

Sam Harton recorded her 1,000th dig for the Lions against Springfield College on Sept. 24.


Reece Ragusa running for reels

Ragusa said he was expecting to make an impact, but didn’t anticipate he would lead the pack this early in the season.


30 under 30: Full-time athletes take time off for future

“It’s just a chance for you to listen to people who are currently in the business, who are the top at what they do,” Sheng said.

Goalie Melanie Escobar earns conference award

Escobar knew that her future playing soccer in college looked bleak and didn’t plan on playing until Emerson’s program convinced her otherwise.


Women’s XC eying NEWMAC competition

Furey said, “It’s probably one of the better packs we’ve had for a long time.”