The Berkeley Beacon

Friday, October 31, 2014

Inexperience detrimental as men’s soccer falls big

<p></p><p>strongIan Brophy, Beacon Corresponden...

Kaplon, Rice earn honors as Lions sweep tournament

<p></p><p>strongChris Eyer, Beacon Staff/strong...

Coaching, admin changes highlight athletics’ summer

<p></p><p>Following the departure of three head...

Jim O’Brien, former D1 coach, to head basketball team

<p></p><p>When Emerson hired Jim O’Brien to bec...

Former D1 Coach To Head Men's Basketball

<p></p><p><strong>Beacon Staff<span style="font...

Startup group looks to go beyond the playing field

<p></p><p>Playing professional sports may be ma...

On senior night, Lions steal two wins before playoffs

<p></p><p>“Sometimes you become machines when i...

Freshman pitcher doesn’t take ‘no’ for an answer

<p>&nbsp;</p><p>Normally when a high schooler r...

Reserves dominate doubleheader as starters rest

<p>&nbsp;</p><p>Entering Friday’s contest again...

Decimated by injuries and the flu, men drop match to Norwich, 17-2

<p>&nbsp;</p><p>After notching its first victor...

In final year, softball seniors aim for title

<p></p><p>For Lynn Herman, Sierra Wood, and Jil...

Talk it out: Communication helps tennis to first win

<p></p><p>Despite its 0-7 start to the season, ...

Third inning turns into nine-run nightmare for Lions

<p></p><p>Baseball has no time limit.</p><p>A r...

Without top two scorers, Lions fall to conference fo

<p></p><p>The hits keep on coming for the women...

Walk this way: Lions ride free passes to victory

<p><strong>Evan Sporer, Beacon staff</strong></...