The Berkeley Beacon

Monday, October 23, 2017

Junior men#039;s soccer player has presence, brings intensity to field on Lions team

The score was Emerson, five, Newbury College, two. But junior Chris Mathias kept playing hard...

Hit with adversity, Lions look to break serve

This is the home of Emerson women's tennis. The squad is the last of the holdouts, the only...

Hat trick and one puts Lions in front

Sure, with its fourth game in seven days coming up, the Emerson men's soccer team had seen better...

The running of the Lions

The women's team took seventh place in the event, which was held at Gordon College in Wenham,...

Lions are losers no more

Luckily for its players, it didn't take long for the team to get back on the right track.The...

BEACON PICK OF THE PRIDE

As the coaches shout instructions and the players feverishly rotate and switch sides, senior...

Down to the wire

The dog days of summer are over and the regular season is coming to an end. The season could not...

Fresh kicks

The team was prepared to open its season at Clark University Sept. 3 but was forced to wait until...

Leopards lick Lions

The first game in the history of Emerson's new gym was about to begin.,Emerson College President...

Win, lose and draw; Lions happily mediocre

This year, the squad has started on a better note, earning a 1-1-1 record over the first three...

Injury bug attacks Lax

The Duke University men's lacrosse scandal took another turn earlier this week when two players...

The high price of being great

Boston is a sports town and the Red Sox are the number one team, but a couple of things kept...

Winning streaks snapped

In a double-header match-up between the top predators of the GNAC, the first game found the Lions...

Lions hunting opposition

The team devoured its opponents this past weekend by a margin of 28 to 2 in three games. After...

Baseball has 99 problems but a pitch ain#039;t one

Junior baseball co-captain Lucas Einstein and his teammates could have given up after a...