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Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

Emerson College's student newspaper

The Berkeley Beacon

The Emerson mens soccer team defeated Springfield College on Sept. 17.

Men’s soccer beats Springfield 2-0

By Jianbo Ma and Puiman Tsui
September 23, 2022

The Emerson Lions defeated the Springfield Pride 2-0 at home in their NEWMAC season opener on Sept. 17.  Entering the game, the Lions were undefeated, riding the momentum of their stellar defensive...

Men’s soccer team tramples Lesley University 8-1, wins 8th Charles River Cup

Men’s soccer team tramples Lesley University 8-1, wins 8th Charles River Cup

By Leo Kagan, Staff Writer
September 21, 2022

Lining up to shake hands with the Lesley University Lynx, Emerson men’s soccer players were all smiles Tuesday night as they prepared to hoist the Charles River Cup for the 8th time in team history....

The Mens soccer team are undefeated through five games played in 2022.

Quantity and quality: Geographically diverse Lions find early success in fresh faces

By Tyler Foy, Sports Editor
September 15, 2022

Looking to rebound after a dismal 2021-22 season, the Emerson men’s soccer team seems to have found its competitive spark—going unbeaten, with two wins, in its last five games. The team is 2-0-3...

Coming fresh off the French soccer scene, Sophomore Hugo Berville looks forward to the routine of playing soccer at Emerson.

From France to Emerson: Men’s soccer recruit travels internationally to find his place in world of sport

By Leo Kagan, Staff Writer
August 30, 2022

The Emerson men’s soccer team added a new international player to its roster, recruiting Sophomore midfielder Hugo Berville from Villejuif, France ahead of the 2022 season.  With 11 players being...

The athletics departments partnership with PlaySiight will improve quality of streams and film for all sports including the production at the Bobbi Brown and Steven Plofker Gym.

Athletics program improves facilities and exceeds academically in summer off-season

By Tyler Foy, Sports Editor
August 26, 2022

With the fall semester rapidly approaching, Emerson athletes return their attention to the courts, fields, and tracks as their off-season days dwindle to a close.  In preparation for next season, it...

Men’s soccer player goes from defending goals to striking a pose

Men’s soccer player goes from defending goals to striking a pose

By Clarissa Calderon
October 21, 2021

Sophomore defender Aaron Tyler’s relatively newfound interest in modeling has led him to an unlikely place— Apple’s official website, promoting the iPhone 13.  Tyler was featured in an ad for...

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

Emerson cancels seasons for non-competing sports teams

By Christopher Williams, Sports Editor
April 5, 2021

Emerson canceled all non-competing sports seasons on Monday morning following guidance from the Boston Public Health Commission due to a rise in COVID-19 cases on campus and in the city, according to Athletic...

Senior Creighton Dorfman started in 57 of the 66 games he played in as a Lion. Rachel Culver / Beacon Staff

Men’s soccer ends season with first NEWMAC win

By Aaron J. Miller, Print Editor
November 2, 2019

Men's soccer senior Creighton Dorfman said the moment he walked off Rotch Field for the final time in his career will be one he will remember forever. “Signing off one last time with a win in the...

Junior midfielder Arturo Ruiz (center, No. 25) started in every game this season for the Lions. Domenic Conte / Beacon Staff

Men’s soccer drops fourth consecutive game

By Andrew Lin
October 12, 2019

The men’s soccer team lost its fourth straight game after falling 3-0 against Babson College on Saturday afternoon. The Lions played in a physical first half as the defense stopped Babson from scoring...

Freshman Bo Feekins  (left, No. 14) played in nine games this season and totals one assist. Courtesy of Bo Feekins.

Freshman dual citizen pursues athletics and academics at Emerson

By Ethan McDowell
October 2, 2019

After spending seven years of his life in Ukraine, Bo Feekins decided to spend his next four as a member of the Emerson College men’s soccer team, where he is adjusting to life in the United States as...

RJ Dziejma (No. 14) scored the Lions lone goal against Coast Guard. Kyle Bray / Beacon Staff.

Men’s soccer loses second straight conference game

By Aaron J. Miller, Print Editor
September 28, 2019

The men’s soccer team lost 2-1 to the United States Coast Guard Academy during a power outage at Rotch Field on Saturday.  Sophomore midfielder RJ Dziejma scored a late-game goal, but the Lions...

The teams loss to Wesleyan is its fourth loss in a row this season. Rachel Culver / Beacon Staff

Men’s soccer loses in overtime against Wesleyan

By Lucas Poyser
September 18, 2019

The men’s soccer team lost 1-0 at home in overtime against Wesleyan University.  This loss drops the Lions’ record to 1-4-1, but head coach Bryan Harkin said the team showed a lot of promise in...

Bochicchio joined the LA10 football club five years ago. Photo courtesy of Duncan Bochicchio.

Alumnus continues soccer career on and off the field

By Domenic Conte, Sports Columnist
February 7, 2019

Duncan Bochicchio ’17 knew at a young age that he wanted to incorporate soccer into his career. “As a kid, I was a block away from a park,” Bochicchio said in a phone interview from Los Angeles....

Men’s soccer pulled out a NEWMAC win in its final game.
BETHANY HAMLIN / BEACON STAFF

Men’s soccer recap: Harkin realistic after disappointing season

By Kyle Bray, Former Managing Editor: Visual and Design
November 8, 2017

Men’s soccer head coach Bryan Harkin set a lofty goal to make the NEWMAC playoffs with his team this season, but the Lions finished far from it. The Lions finished with an overall record of 5-10-2,...

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