The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, December 19, 2014


Balanced offense pushes Emerson past Norwich

Senior Shannon Norton opened up Tuesday’s game with two quick three-pointers getting the Lions offense off to a quick leading start, and they never looked back.


Freshman guard leads Lions in scoring

Freshman men’s basketball player Michael Thorpe may be new to Emerson, but there is always one constant at every game: his mom, the point guard’s biggest fan.


Emerson strikes gold with new recruit

Goldberg garnered respect from his teammates before the season started, which prompted them to elect him as a captain when practices officially got under way.


Jumbos too strong for Emerson

The Lions were sloppy in possession, turning the ball over 22 times, over twice as many as the Jumbos, which let down some impressive Emerson defense.


The circle of life: from player to coach

O’Brien, who appointed Venter as team captain last year, said he thinks the former player is doing a great job so far.


Emerson unable to ground high-flying Owls

Throughout the game, Cloutier contributed a steal and two blocks to the Emerson effort, which she later said was an attempt to be more aggressive on defense to spark the team on offense.


Recruits bolster roster and basketball dreams

Gould said that this year presents a big chance for the team’s leaders to bring the squad to success.


Emerson's reach brings in basketball recruits

With many of the rookies coming from the Northeast and the greater Boston area in particular, a connection between teammates is not a concern, according to the squad’s youngest members.


Lions ousted at NCAAs

Sophomore Kat Rice said the magnitude of the tournament was overwhelming and the team needed to approach the game differently.


Quiyk spreads its magic to the Olympics

As for their next project, the duo is looking to design jerseys for the 2013 Quidditch Summer Games, which will be held in April in Chicago.


Building careers and passions brick by brick

The film featured about two dozen of the thirty to fifty interviews crew members said they collected during the span of the project.


Cross country races to the finish line

This year’s success, according to the coach, was because of the depth of talent and dedication of runners on both sides.


Athletics Working Group forms goals

Ludman added that Emerson must aim to match the level of support that future NEWMAC rivals are giving their student-athletes.


Women's volleyball wins the GNAC

The Rivier crowd created a loud hostile environment that included harsh signs and made it difficult for Read to communicate with players on the court, he said.


Emerson drops to 2nd after Pink season finale

While Emerson only notched three aces in their first match of the day, they earned victory against Norwich with an amassed 17 aces through three sets.