Emerson athletics released its first logo, three teams made the playoffs, and the department introduced its new director, Patricia Nicol.
For the second straight year, no spring sports will qualify for the NEWMAC playoffs.
The baseball team snapped a 36 game losing streak with a 5-3 victory over Coast Guard Academy on April 15.
Emerson’s men’s volleyball team had four players recognized by the Great Northeast Athletic Conference’s end-of-season awards.
Football is coming to the NEWMAC in fall 2017.
With three games left in the men’s volleyball season and a 2 1/2 game lead over Albertus Magnus College for the sixth and final playoff spot, the task is simple: win and they’re in.
In six games this season, the men’s lacrosse team is 3-3 and has already equalled its win total from the last two seasons combined.
Both the men's and women's basketball teams lost in the first round of the NEWMAC playoffs on Feb. 25.
Professor Michael Brown has been at Emerson College “forever,” he said. He’s had front-row seats to the athletic department's myriad changes over the past 45 years.
The recently introduced Individually Designed Major program, designed in part for undergraduates to create a sports communication minor, is drawing optimism from sports-minded professors and student-athletes alike for the future of a better developed sports culture at Emerson.
When it comes to discussing the annals of women’s basketball at Emerson, head coach Bill Gould, now in his eighth year, said he would rather let the past be the past.
Jared Scarpaci is Emerson’s longest-serving head coach and has left a lasting legacy in charge of one of the school’s most successful programs.
Former NBA player Chris Herren came to speak to student athletes at Emerson on Jan. 22.
With the end of basketball season just around the corner, find out what the playoffs look like right now for the Emerson Lions.
For the men’s volleyball team, the 3-1 set loss to the Engineers was a building block for the rest of the season.
The Emerson men’s soccer head coach, Jared Scarpaci, will be stepping down after 11 seasons in the position.
Emerson’s men’s and women’s soccer teams may be overshadowed by a professional team within the next five years.
Women’s basketball has now won three games in a row, with only one loss this season, finding success in a balanced team dynamic.
The Lions lost their leading scorer, rebounder, and best all-around player from last year, senior Kristen Brice, to an eye injury in the first half of their first game of the year.
Chuck McKenney, who played for Emerson's basketball team in the 1990s, now runs a Celtics blog.
A final look at the fall sports' seasons.
Just months after Emerson Athletics withdrew an embattled logo produced by an external firm, a collegewide vote selected a revised design by the firm as the Lions' official mark.
The Lions currently have a two game lead for the seventh spot, and a win over Massachusetts Institute of Technology on Oct. 28 or Clark University on Nov. 1 would clinch a berth in the NEWMAC tournament.
After the women’s basketball team reached the quarterfinals in the final season of its old conference two years ago, its season last year—the first in its new conference—was ultimately forgettable.
After saying a committee would work to improve its controversial new logo, the Emerson Athletic Department instead decided to hold a design competition open to the college community, which it announced on Sept. 25.
Emerson’s softball team has a longstanding reputation of being successful both on the field and in the classroom.
The men's soccer team lost another NEWMAC game on Saturday, but it's way to early to start panicking about the team's future.
While there will be no excessive beard growing or magical playoff runs this fall for the Boston Red Sox, there is now an opportunity in the twilight of the 2014 season to attend a game at Fenway Park for just $9.
The Lady Lions’ soccer team won their first game of the 2014 season on Sept. 9 in an impressive fashion, outscoring Mount Ida by a tally of 9-0.
“Throughout pretty much all of high school and college I was split between playing guitar in hardcore bands and being into sports,” said Doug Kyed, who is now entering his second full season as Patriots beat writer for NESN.com.
After spending the summer reaching out to the campus community, Patricia Nicol said she is optimistic about her inaugural season as athletic director at the Division III level.
The first person Ian Tasso met on Emerson’s move-in day in September 2007 was fellow freshman Jesse Liebman. “He walked into my room with his hockey bag and goes ‘Hi, I’m Jesse, I play hockey,’” said Tasso with a grin, “and that’s how the legend was born.”
A frustrated Benjamin Read looked on as Ashanti Jackson gathered and leapt head and shoulders above Emerson’s blockers for the last of his 14 kills.
Emerson announced the hiring of new athletic director Patricia Nicol on March 18, replacing Stan Nance, who took over in an interim role in May 2012 after Kristen Parnell's resignation. Nicol, who spent the last 10 years at Division 2 Southern Connecticut State University at the same position, will officially begin May 19.
As a freshman at Bishop Connolly High School in nearby Fall River, Mass., Scott Barboza ran two weeks’ worth of sprints during the preseason for the school’s freshman basketball team and promptly decided his career in sports was not going to be as a player.
Most of the 250,000 college students in the Boston area saw the Red Sox’ improbable run to the World series on a television screen, enduring every rant Fox commentator Tim McCarver could rattle off as the team redefined clutch hitting seemingly every game.
A veteran of women's basketball programs like Boston College, Stonehill and Bentley, post specialist Bill Gould has brought an expert eye as Emerson's longtime women's basketball coach.