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The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Tyler Foy

Tyler Foy, Sports Editor

Tyler Foy is a second-year journalism student from South Florida. He currently serves as The Beacon's Sports Editor. He spends his free time following sports and jamming out to his favorite tunes.

Latest from Tyler Foy
Katie Beckmann during a basketball game.

Women’s basketball drops fourth straight game

November 17, 2021

The fourth time proved not to be the charm for the women’s basketball team on Tuesday, as they fell to Brandeis University in a defeat full of sloppy defense, turnovers, and missed opportunities. The...

33 Fall student-athletes named to academic all-conference team

33 Fall student-athletes named to academic all-conference team

November 11, 2021

After a rigorous Fall 2021 campaign, 33 Emerson student-athletes were named to the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference Academic All-Conference team for their dedication to coursework...

Madeline Khaw fought for the ball during the Nov. 2 game.

Women’s soccer team loses NEWMAC Quarterfinals to Wheaton College

November 3, 2021

The women’s soccer team’s season came to a crushing close with a 1-0 loss to Wheaton College Lyons in the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference Quarterfinals. The Lions capped off...

Rowing returns to the Charles River with Head of the Charles

Rowing returns to the Charles River with Head of the Charles

October 28, 2021

The 56th annual Head of the Chalres Regatta made a triumphant return to the Charles River between Oct. 22 and 24, with legions of rowers competing in the annual race after it was held remotely amid the...

Sophomore captain Megan Rose had 102 saves last season, which placed her at second in the NEWMAC. Photo by Carol Rangel / Beacon Correspondent

Two women’s soccer players removed from team for violating COVID-19 policy

October 28, 2021

Two members of the women’s soccer team were removed from the team for violating COVID-19 protocols in early September, and both now face disciplinary action from the college.  The team members, starting...

 Enrique Hernandez #5 of the Boston Red Sox celebrates with teammates after they defeated the Tampa Bay Rays 6 to 5 during Game 4 of the American League Division Series at Fenway Park

The underdog Red Sox are well-positioned to continue their postseason run against the mighty Houston Astros

October 13, 2021

Just a few days ago, I was singing “Dirty Water” by The Standells in a crowd of over 30,000 people at Fenway Park celebrating the Boston Red Sox walking off in game three of the American League Division...

Senior defender Darius Boamah with his family

Emerson men’s soccer team defeated on Senior Day

October 13, 2021

For the first time in 710 days, Emerson’s men’s soccer team trotted onto Rotch Field with family members and opposing fans in attendance for a match against the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,...

Manuel Margot #13 of the Tampa Bay Rays slides home in the ninth inning after Matt Barnes #32 of the Boston Red Sox threw a wild pitch at Tropicana Field on June 24, 2021 in St Petersburg, Florida. The  Rays defeated the Red Sox 1-0.

Fans make their case for ALDS victors

October 7, 2021

The Boston Red Sox were able to take a breath after defeating the New York Yankees 6-2 in the American League Wild Card game on Tuesday night. The rivalry left many Sox fans celebrating but reality hit...

Emerson student Jillian Kay on the attack

Women’s volleyball team have high spirits in defeat

October 6, 2021

Babson College snapped the women’s volleyball team’s 14-game home win streak with a 3-1 victory in a rematch of the 2019 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference finals.  The Beavers...

Emerson College Mens Soccer Team.

Men’s soccer team drop match against Eastern Nazarene

September 29, 2021

The men’s soccer team was defeated 1-0 in a match against Eastern Nazarene College at Rotch Field on Monday night. The non-conference brawl brought Emerson’s record on the season to 2-5-1. Emerson...

Emerson College players in the game.

Women’s volleyball extend win-streak to four in defeat of Wellesley College

September 29, 2021

The women’s volleyball team defeated Wellesley College on Tuesday night in the Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Gym–extending their win streak to a fourth game, and bringing their record on the season...

Donate station ran by the Emerson baseball team and Emerson Food Bank.

Baseball team partners with Emerson College Food Pantry

September 22, 2021

The Emerson baseball team held a food drive at Tuesday’s men’s soccer game as part of a year-long partnership with the college’s food pantry.  The Emerson College Food Pantry is a part of the...

Emerson soccer players during the game against the Lesley Lynx.

Lions lift Charles River Cup

September 22, 2021

The men’s soccer team won the annual battle for the Charles River Cup on Tuesday, defeating Lesley University four goals to none at Rotch Field—the seventh time the team has won the trophy. Entering...

Emerson student Aaron Tyler playing as a defense on the field.

Men’s soccer team topped by Trinity College

September 18, 2021

The men’s soccer team went head-to-head at Rotch with Trinity College on Sept. 12 losing one goal to none. Trinity plays out of the New England Small College Athletic Conference which is a division three...

Emerson College Womens Soccer team during the soccer game on Sep. 15

The women’s soccer team dominates to extend win streak

September 16, 2021

The women’s soccer team extended their win streak into a third game on Wednesday with a 4-1 victory over Saint Joseph’s College of Maine at Rotch Field.  Within the first minute of the game, the...

New assistant coach brings psychology background to men’s soccer team

New assistant coach brings psychology background to men’s soccer team

September 16, 2021

New men’s soccer assistant coach Liam McKersie is looking to bring his psychology background to the team that he joined this summer when former coach Bryan Harkin departed for Harvard and Daniel Toulson...

The Skunks in the Boston Common

Fun-loving ultimate frisbee team set to return to competition

September 12, 2021

The emphatically fun Emerson Skunks, the college’s ultimate frisbee team, are preparing for their first competition since the Northeast Mixed Regionals Division B championship they won in 2019. On...

The womens volleyball team was dominant in their first match of the season.

Women’s volleyball dominant in return

September 4, 2021

The women’s volleyball team dominated the University of Massachusetts Boston in their return to the court, winning 3-0 in their first game since the 2019 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Championship. Once...

The long-awaited return of fall sports

The long-awaited return of fall sports

September 3, 2021

The last conference game any Emerson fall sports team played was on Nov. 9, 2019. After nearly 22 months for almost all fall sports squads, the teams are preparing for their first season. Fall athletes...

Brooke Maynez scoring a kill.

Women’s volleyball recruit ready to make an impact

September 2, 2021

First-year women’s volleyball recruit Brooke Maynez is looking to build upon her championship resume as she seeks to help lead the Lions back to the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference...

Loveland at bat for the Burleson Elks.

Loveland excited to bring his positive attitude to baseball team in the fall

May 5, 2021

On April 15, Briggs Loveland, a middle infielder from Burleson, Texas, announced on Twitter he planned to join Emerson baseball’s 2021-22 roster. Loveland, who plans to major in journalism, attributes...

Fans sat in pods of two or four for the game.

Column: It was great to be back in Fenway Park

April 7, 2021

Before Saturday, “Play Ball!” was an expression I hadn’t heard in Fenway Park since game two of the 2018 World Series. My return to Fenway Park on Saturday also marked the first in-person baseball...

Senior pitcher Neely Eddleston at the mound for the Lions.

Softball team drops doubleheader against Coast Guard

March 28, 2021

The Emerson softball team lost both games in its weekend doubleheader against the United States Coast Guard Academy on Saturday. The first game started off with a bang as the Lions jumped out to a four-run...

Junior captain Calvin Jacey throws the ball.

Baseball team grapples with transportation, game coverage issues

March 11, 2021

Players on Emerson’s baseball team said they are frustrated by the distance they have to travel to practice and play—a hurdle they say is just one of many they face.  Due to the lack of available...

Photo of Helina Yared (middle) and her teammates, Nia Cooper (left) and Rachel Tarby (right), after practice.

Lions Cheerleading launch inclusivity-focused cheer team

February 18, 2021

Although Lions Cheerleading just formed this semester, the aspiring club team is already reaching for large goals. “We’re hoping we could compete in the future, which might take a while after COVID,”...

Lions baseball team training under the pandemic.

Spring sports teams adapt to safety regulations ahead of uncertain season

January 27, 2021

With the status of the spring sports season still up in the air following the cancellations of the fall and winter seasons by the New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference, teams are innovating...

Tim Neverett 88 (left) alongside Dodgers co-commentator and ex-Red Sox shortstop Nomar Garciappara.

Professor and alum earns second World Series ring in three seasons

November 5, 2020

Emerson professor and alumnus Tim Neverett ‘88 earned his second World Series ring last month as a play-by-play broadcaster with the freshly-crowned Los Angeles Dodgers, just months after starting teaching...

Robby Gessel catches a frisbee during ultimate frisbee practice for the Emerson Skunks.

Emerson Skunks keep ultimate disc alive through pandemic

October 21, 2020

Pandemic or not, there’s no stopping the Skunks.  The college’s co-ed ultimate Frisbee team practices two to three times a week in Boston Common during the altered semester, all while adhering...

Sophomores Aidan Ferguson (left) and Bo Feekins (right) debating about soccer on Fergusons YouTube channel, The Fergie Time Podcast.

Men’s soccer sophomores debate on new joint soccer podcast

October 7, 2020

Men’s soccer sophomore defenders Bo Feekins and Aidan Ferguson have spent the past year creating soccer content for their individual YouTube channels. In an effort to build their platforms, they are...

The womens volleyball team is one of the 10 sports teams impacted by the decision.

Women’s volleyball seniors reflect on shortened careers

September 23, 2020

Last fall, the women’s volleyball team shocked the conference. In the two games leading up to their first ever NEWMAC championship game, in their first ever NEWMAC playoff run, they fought back from...

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