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First-year forward Luke Maxwell celebrates his first career goal in the 86th minute against Wentworth.

Men’s soccer rallies to defeat Wentworth 2-0

By Jordan Pagkalinawan, Sports Editor
September 14, 2023

The Emerson men’s soccer team began Tuesday’s matchup against Wentworth with momentum on their side. In the days leading up, they’d beaten Bates and Suffolk, ranking 19th in the NCAA Div. III. The...

The mens soccer team embracing after a hard-fought penalty shootout win against MIT in the NEWMAC semifinals.

Men’s soccer makes history in wild NEWMAC semifinal win over MIT

By Abigail Lott
November 4, 2022

As the crossbar vibrated and the ball landed just in front of the goalline, the missed penalty signified a historic men’s soccer win against MIT, sending them to their first NEWMAC Championship since...

Emerson soccer players during the game against the Lesley Lynx.

Lions lift Charles River Cup

By Tyler Foy, Sports Editor
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

By Tyler Foy, Sports Editor
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...

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