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Playoff roundup: Women’s volleyball last chance for Lions

By Kyle Bray, Managing Editor: Visual and Design

October 26, 2017

As the NEWMAC postseason approaches, Emerson’s fall sports teams find themselves in danger of missing out altogether. While both of Emerson’s soccer teams have been eliminated from playoff contention, the women’s volleyball team is on the cusp of playoff qualification. Women’s volleyball The women’s volley...

Men’s soccer notebook: Offensive woes continue as team yet to score in NEWMAC

Men’s soccer notebook: Offensive woes continue as team yet to score in NEWMAC

By Kyle Bray, Managing Editor: Visual and Design

October 11, 2017

Both Emerson and Babson went into their clash last Saturday with a record of 0-3, looking for a crucial win to revive their NEWMAC playoff hopes. In the end, Babson defeated the Lions 2-0. After the loss, the Emerson men’s soccer team is now in last place in the NEWMAC with a record of 0-4. With th...

Men’s soccer can’t make it two in a row against Coast Guard

By Kyle Bray, Managing Editor: Visual and Design

September 24, 2017

While Emerson’s meeting with Coast Guard last season ended with a historic 1-0 Lions’ victory, this year’s meeting was not as joyful, as the Lions fell 2-0 on Saturday. Coast Guard came into Boston looking to avenge last year’s loss, which was Emerson's first ever NEWMAC victory. The Lions fe...

Lions get energy with first-year head coach

Lions get energy with first-year head coach

By Ryan Ribeiro, Radio Host

September 20, 2017

Emerson’s men’s soccer team finished up a meeting on a rainy Boston night. Most would expect the type of gloom that was present in the sky to be on their faces after a long practice. First-year head coach Bryan Harkin led the team out of the locker room with a strong sense of energy and optimism...

Freshman goalkeeper gets starting experience

Freshman goalkeeper gets starting experience

By Kyle Bray, Managing Editor: Visual and Design

September 20, 2017

While most players’ first game is an enjoyable moment, freshman goalkeeper David Kemp got a baptism by fire. With three seconds left in regulation of Emerson’s men’s soccer season opener against Curry on Sept. 1, starting senior goalkeeper Lucas Fischer suffered a concussion after colliding wi...

Men’s soccer preview: Playoffs not out of reach

Men’s soccer preview: Playoffs not out of reach

By Kyle Bray, Managing Editor: Visual and Design

September 13, 2017

After the men’s soccer team achieved its first NEWMAC win last year, new head coach Bryan Harkin set an ambitious goal for this season— a playoff appearance. “We are going in with the mentality that we can reach playoffs, and until that moment passes, we’re still in with a shout,” Harkin sa...

Rams run away in second half, beat Lions 5-2

Rams run away in second half, beat Lions 5-2

By Matt Couture

September 7, 2017

Twice the Suffolk goalkeeper went down and twice Emerson’s men’s soccer team capitalized, but the Lions were unable to overcome a Christian Restrepo hat trick in a 5-2 loss to the Rams Wednesday night. Emerson tallied both of its goals in similar fashion—Suffolk goalie Kyle Van Cleef watched from t...

Lions summer news recap

Lions summer news recap

By Matt Couture

September 6, 2017

Catching you up on all Emerson Lions news over the summer break, and getting you ready for the fall season. Men’s Soccer Emerson’s men’s soccer team had a busy summer with the departure of its head coach, Javier Mejia, after just two years. Mejia parted with the team and took a job as a volunteer ...