Boston’s recent snowstorms have canceled one men’s volleyball game and several practices, but according to head coach Ben Read, the team is using this time off to their advantage by resting up.
Jared Scarpaci is Emerson’s longest-serving head coach and has left a lasting legacy in charge of one of the school’s most successful programs.
Though they are playing different sports, these two athletes are both facing similar challenges as latecomers. But their teammates and coaches say they are adjusting well.
Emerson students celebrated the New England Patriots’ 2015 Super Bowl win on Sunday night when they joined fans on Boston Common and again on Wednesday as a parade passed the college.
Austin Pinckney, a 6-foot-6 forward for Emerson’s men’s basketball team, was ruled academically ineligible last season.
Junior Janissa Delzo has played in every game since her freshman year, and since her sophomore year, she’s started every game but one. This year, she has emerged not only as a leader, but also as the team’s best defender.
Former NBA player Chris Herren came to speak to student athletes at Emerson on Jan. 22.
Emerson’s athletic department officially unveiled its new logo on the floor of the Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Gym in a ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 24.
With the end of basketball season just around the corner, find out what the playoffs look like right now for the Emerson Lions.
For the men’s volleyball team, the 3-1 set loss to the Engineers was a building block for the rest of the season.
Though they were tied by halftime, the Emerson men's basketball team ended up losing 64-55 to Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Jan. 24.
The Emerson men’s soccer head coach, Jared Scarpaci, will be stepping down after 11 seasons in the position.
The Lions are 4-4 in New England Women and Men’s Athletic Conference play, and 9-7 overall. Their four conference wins already match their total NEWMAC wins from last year.
While most students were still on winter break, the Emerson men’s basketball team was already hitting the court.
Emerson’s men’s and women’s soccer teams may be overshadowed by a professional team within the next five years.