To the baseball umpire fan, the announcement of postseason rosters is akin to the release of the iPhone 7.
Sam Harton recorded her 1,000th dig for the Lions against Springfield College on Sept. 24.
Ragusa said he was expecting to make an impact, but didn’t anticipate he would lead the pack this early in the season.
“It’s just a chance for you to listen to people who are currently in the business, who are the top at what they do,” Sheng said.
Escobar knew that her future playing soccer in college looked bleak and didn’t plan on playing until Emerson’s program convinced her otherwise.
Furey said, “It’s probably one of the better packs we’ve had for a long time.”
"He came prepared,” Ulrich said. “He came here to build a program.”
“I wasn’t really thinking about the hat trick, honestly,” Bernardi said. “I’m happy I got it, though.”
Ahead of the first game of the Sox’ home stand against the Orioles on Sept. 12, Jack Aylmer, Emerson freshman, was recognized on the center field video board for his efforts.
Emerson College men’s cross country team has classified this season as a rebuilding year because of the recently enrolled underclassmen on the team.
Duncan Bochicchio is tied for fifth in goals in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference.
The Lions (3-4, 0-1) began the season with five non-conference games, resulting in a record of 2-3.
Edwards is the team leader in kills, digs, and total points. She also ranks 8th in those categories, in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference.
The Emerson College athletic department is going deep into its rebranding efforts. Its newest addition — an online store where Lions supporters can purchase gear ranging from customizable sweatshirts to stadium chairs.
The common theme of last year for the Lions, who finished 5-13 overall, was injuries. But through the first three games of their current season Emerson has stayed healthy, remaining sprain, tear, and fracture free.