The Berkeley Beacon

Saturday, October 10, 2015


Goals galore for Emerson

Lawrence has accepted his role as more of a role model on the team, calling it a natural step up from his prior role as mainly a goal scorer.


Emerson students swept away

Dennis Connors, a sophomore performing arts major, said he first saw curling in the winter Olympics, but he didn’t anticipate the sport’s difficulty.


Duo shines in GNAC finale

The Lions started down 0-2 after Simmons took the first two doubles matches, but the pairing of Mosser and Russell, team co-captains, proved too powerful for Simmons.


Emerson hockey hits the ice

Schelling, a transfer student from Virginia Tech who has been involved with the Emerson club hockey team since 2010, turned to coaching instead.


Freshmen thrive in new roles

The team has now ensured its qualification for the Great Northeast Athletic Conference playoffs with a conference record of 5-2-3. The Lions, scheduled to face Anna Maria College on Oct. 19 for the final conference game of the season, are looking forward to a deep run in the playoffs.


ESPN employs Emerson alumni

Negrete said that ever since he began at the college his interests lied in working in sports media.


Determined defensive display

The Lions roared back in the second half with a strike from junior Jonny Havens into the bottom right corner of the net, lighting a fire under the entire team.


Upset continues GNAC streak

With Monday’s win over Rivier College, the Lions extended their conference regular season game winning streak to 19. The team’s last regular season conference loss was against Simmons on Oct. 28, 2010.


Men's soccer applies the heat

Scarpaci and his players agreed that this game wasn’t one of the team’s best tactically, but because of the team’s relentless play, it was able to pull out a victory.


Emerson crucified by Saints

More Emerson errors allowed the Saints to pad the score by adding three additional goals, including one on a penalty kick.


A game of push and pull

Throughout the second half, the Lasers kept up their physical play by continuing to push the Lions off the ball and pull at their jerseys. Lasell doubled Emerson’s number of fouls, committing eight over the 90 minutes.


Sweep or be swept, Lions caught in the middle

Between games, Rice said that head coach Ben Read readied the team with information of Wellesley’s strengths.


Lead to succeed, captains agree

The power of the pair is evident on the court, as well, where the two perform as a doubles team with Russell taking the net and Mosser covering the ground behind. The pair is currently 7-0.


A decade of service and so much more

As the director of the Massachusetts Olympic Development Program, Scarpaci has had the opportunity to work with other amateur players at a high level.


From beginning to end, cross country places first

Men’s cross country clinched the victory over SUNY-Maritime College by one point, receiving top team honors. Senior Kyle Oppenheimer finished second with a time of 28:40, while senior Christopher Colon placed fifth place with 29:51.