The Berkeley Beacon

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Baseball finds a new home

Emerson's baseball team has only played one game this season at Sartori Stadium, the...

Softball team takes two

The cold Boston weather didn't faze the Emerson women's softball team in their first home games...

Women off to strong start

Since starting the season with a 19-4 loss at Wheaton College, the girls have reeled off six wins...

McDonough has a grand day

The grand slam, the first in her collegiate career, brought the score from 4-0 to 8-0 in the...

Men#039;s lax struggles early

Unfortunately, the Lions just couldn't seem to put the ball in the net.The Lions played rough...

Athletes feel enthusiasm for sports is too limited

"I could count all the fans on one hand," Tasso said. "It shouldn't be like that.,Freshman print...

Lions go national

Over spring break, members of the Emerson softball and baseball teams were enjoying the sunny...

Athletics ready for growth

A number of intramural tournaments have been held this year, including basketball, dodgeball,...

Emerson baseball prepared for spring training

After posting an embarrassing 1-28 season in 2004, the Lion's baseball team was reduced to club...

Shannon, Smith top GNAC winners

Lions point guard Jeremy Shannon, a sophomore marketing communications major, has been named...

Women looking to playoffs

"We're a small team, so you can't really not get to know people in that situation," said Meg...

Men#039;s basketball falls to Lasell in GNAC final

The home-team energy behind Emerson's men's basketball on Saturday was palpable. More than 300...

Softball gears up for season

Located in Kissimmee about half of an hour south of Orlando, the Games are a 22-day-long series...

Athletics Dept. adds playoff security

After a sold-out showing for the biggest regular-season game of the year against Emmanuel College...

Balls-to-the-wall futbol fun

Seven different teams came out to participate in the five-on-five soccer tournament, held on...