Over the summer, Mollie Coyne’s mother asked her what her goals were for the upcoming school year. “I told her I wanted to score 20 goals,” said Coyne,
The men's soccer team lost another NEWMAC game on Saturday, but it's way to early to start panicking about the team's future.
While there will be no excessive beard growing or magical playoff runs this fall for the Boston Red Sox, there is now an opportunity in the twilight of the 2014 season to attend a game at Fenway Park for just $9.
Students laid on the ground in Boylston Place earlier this month, anxiously waiting as world champion trial biker Thomas Oehler boarded his bike.
The Emerson College Athletic Department was met with strong criticism after officials created and unveiled its first official logo this summer, forcing the department to pull the plug on the design just a week later.
A willingness to learn and improve has defined Ali Dokus’s career as a member of Emerson’s cross country team.
Junior right-handed pitcher Jack Capotorto donned an old-school uniform, buddied up with a Red Sox player, and ultimately, helped raise money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
The Lady Lions’ soccer team won their first game of the 2014 season on Sept. 9 in an impressive fashion, outscoring Mount Ida by a tally of 9-0.
After a winless first season in New England Women’s and Men’s Conference games, the men’s soccer coach brought in six freshmen to bolster his roster for this year.
In just one year, sophomore middle hitter Julianna Augustine saw her role shift from a freshman rookie to a mentor to her younger teammates on the volleyball team.
Despite narrowly losing most games last season, the Emerson women’s soccer team is looking forward to its next season in its new, tougher conference.
After spending the summer reaching out to the campus community, Patricia Nicol said she is optimistic about her inaugural season as athletic director at the Division III level.
The first person Ian Tasso met on Emerson’s move-in day in September 2007 was fellow freshman Jesse Liebman. “He walked into my room with his hockey bag and goes ‘Hi, I’m Jesse, I play hockey,’” said Tasso with a grin, “and that’s how the legend was born.”
Jared Gross is not the most physically imposing volleyball player. At 5-foot-9, he’s easily the shortest player on the Emerson men’s team. Despite that hurdle, the sophomore from Wexford, Pa. managed to finish second in all of Division 3, with 3.25 digs per set.
Taking a step back this after season joining the more competitive New England Women’s and Men’s Conference, women’s basketball head coach Bill Gould has a singular focus heading into next season: competition.