The Berkeley Beacon

Sunday, November 29, 2015


Men's lacrosse finds new energy in larger roster

<p class="p1">A new roster, a new coach and a new


Lions eliminated from ECAC playoff

<p class="p1">Westfield University: 71</p> <p cla


Men's volleyball shuts out Mount Ida

<p class="p1">On Tuesday, the offense of the men's


Baseball team filled with recruits

In less than two weeks, the Emerson College baseball team will begin its 2013 season with a trip to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina to play seven games against different schools from Pennsylvania.


Softball team sets sights on GNAC Championship

Emerson softball had an entire off-season to think about its last game of the 2012 season — a game where they had the championship title within reach. The team had the best record in the Greater Northeast Athletic Conference, but they were unable to come away with the win.


Women's basketball unable to overcome early deficit

<p class="p1">Suffolk University: 62</p> <p class


Men's basketball loses playoff game in overtime thriller

<p class="p1">St. Joseph's College: 73</p> <p cla


Freshman GNAC Player of the Week gives new offensive threat

Less than a month into Alex Frapech’s first season, the freshman volleyball player has already been named the Great Northeast Athletic Conference Rookie and Player of the Week.


Strong bench performance pushes Lions past Fisher

Emerson’s reserves outscored Fisher College’s bench 51-0, helping the Lions achieve a commanding victory. Emerson never trailed Fisher, ending the game with a final score of 96-53.


Emerson's free throws hold back Rivier

It took nearly nine minutes for the Emerson Lions to get to the free throw line on Tuesday night against the Rivier Raiders, but throughout the rest of the game, free throws played a major role in Emerson’s 69-56 win.

Men’s basketball relies on free throws in win over Emmanuel

<p class="p1">On Tuesday, Patrick Lowndes, a 6-foo


Rhodes and Carbone add to Emerson offensive attack

The two have become the top shooters on the men's basketball team this season—about three quarters of their shot attempts have come from beyond the arc.


Women hold back Mount Ida's second half surge

After getting the rebound from Mount Ida College’s missed layup, freshman forward Kelsey Johnson regained control of the second half by making an easy layup, extending the Lions’ lead 51-47. Emerson had a 14-point lead to begin the half, but fell behind after Mount Ida’s 24-7 scoring run.


Emerson basketball looks to boost attendance

Despite improved records for the men’s and women’s teams, Emerson’s basketball programs have struggled to attract fans to the Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Gym this season, averaging an estimated 61 attendees per game, according to Emerson’s website.


Sophomore emerges as star of women’s basketball

As the team’s leading playmaker, she has, over the course of the year, become the “go-to” option for her teammates.