The Berkeley Beacon

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Pick of the Pride: Angela Jorgenson

For Angela Jorgensen, that philosophy has paid serious dividends.Jorgensen, a junior pitcher for...

Fencing to become club

"There are certain aspects of football, guys running around smashing into each other," Brodie...

Lions gear up for playoffs

But the tennis war between Emerson College and Suffolk University will come to an end today after...

News and Notes

Softball team back in GNAC playoffsHockey club reaches championship,Kapur, McKinney win GNAC...

Playoffs bittersweet for Lions

Although the team lost its first-round playoff game to Rivier College, 14-4, the Lions scored a...

Seasons end for lacrosse teams

The Emerson men's and women's lacrosse teams can now hit the books harder than the field. Both...

Baseball wins 4 out of 5

But by then, the Lions must have already been feeling positively sunny.Losers of their first...

Softball splits doubleheader

The runner from first was rounding the bases, and scored on an RBI-triple from Pine Manor's...

Lax wins in 2 OT

The Lions were forced into sudden death in double overtime, but were able to blossom and score a...

Pick of the Pride: Aman Kapur

"You watch too much television," Kapur remembers her saying. "Go outside and play a sport." And...

Pick of the Pride: Jakob Frank

The Bethany, Conn.,Sitting on an office chair in Emerson's athletics office being drilled with...

Softball blanks St. Joseph behind pair of no-hitters

These lyrics to "Anything You Can Do" were created by Irving Berlin for the musical Annie Get...

Left out in the rain

The struggling 2-12 team had another one of its games rescheduled, as its April 7 game against...

Women#039;s lacrosse wins two

The Lions defeated St. Joseph College 14-4 in Hartford, Conn., this past Friday, winning their...

One up, one down for lax

Mount Ida has scored 84 goals in four league games alone, all taken as wins.,After coming out on...