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Senior Kate Foultz scored 153 points in her junior season, increasing her total points scored to 446. Beacon Archive.

Women’s basketball raises money for Puerto Rico tournament

By Aaron J. Miller, Print Editor
October 30, 2019

The women’s basketball team partnered with the college to raise funds for a trip to Puerto Rico for a tournament this winter.  The college-wide campaign the team is using to fundraise for its trip...

Sophomore Drake Murphy poses with his NEWMAC championship ring. Domenic Conte / Beacon Staff

Men’s basketball receives first-ever NEWMAC championship rings

By Andrew Lin
October 9, 2019

Players on the men’s basketball team received championship rings this week after winning the program’s first-ever conference title in the 2019 season. “Being here for nine years, it’s the first...

Bill Curley (middle) has 44 wins as the head coach of the mens basketball team. Photo by Kyle Bray / Beacon Staff

Bill Curley named NEWMAC Coach of the Year for men’s basketball

By Andrew Lin
February 27, 2019

Men’s basketball head coach Bill Curley won the 2018-19 New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference Coach of the Year award after leading the Lions to its first conference title and NCAA tournament...

Freshman William Rowley, Sara Hathaway, and Karthik Ramaswami all placed in the debate competition. • Courtesy of Sara Hathaway.

Roommates team up to take home first place at debate competition

By Lilly Milman
November 14, 2018

After their first college forensics team competition, freshman roommates Karthik Ramaswami and William Rowley pranced through the halls to get rid of their nervous jitters. The two beat over 50 other students...

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