The Berkeley Beacon

Saturday, January 31, 2015

Holy snitch: Quidditch possibly coming to Emerson

Now he's one of a number of students who are trying to bring the game of muggle quidditch to...

Academic policy aims to aid struggling athletes

When junior Jake Frank found out that he would have to miss out on part of the lacrosse season...

Baseball swept by St. Joe#039;s in doubleheader

The Lions baseball team struggled on Saturday, losing 9-1 and 7-1 in a doubleheader against their...

Herman hurls a no-hitter

Up to that point, the freshman had allowed no hits to the opposing players from Suffolk...

Test decides students for Beijing program

All 35 Emerson students enrolled in the Beijing Olympic News Service Program passed the mandatory...

Emerson softball takes two

"I'm not really superstitious, but we tried something different," he said.,When Emerson women's...

Tourney cancelled

LeTourneau, who serves as the head coach of both the women's volleyball team and the men's team...

Freshman sets Lions record

The two teams were in a heated battle, neck-and-neck all the way in a physical game that was...

Lions split pair with Rivier

The players on the Emerson women's softball team knew they had made some crucial mistakes in the...

Baseball finds a new home

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

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...

Softball team takes two

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

Men#039;s lax struggles early

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

Lions go national

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