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Women’s Soccer Team Has Another Championship Season(0)

November 5, 2018

[Editor’s note:  Sophomore Jillian Narby,  a business management major with a specialization in sports marketing and management, is a goalkeeper for the women’s soccer team.] Lesley’s women’s soccer team  had another successful year, which culminated in an exciting 3-2 win over New England College on Saturday the 3rd of November, giving the Lady Lynx the… Read More ›

Men’s Basketball Players Disappointed That “Coach G” Is Leaving

If you are a student-athlete, one of the most important people in your life, in addition to your professors, is your coach.  That is especially true for the members of the men’s basketball team here at Lesley.  I had the good fortune to work for an outstanding coach, Chris Giordano.  And I am disappointed to… Read More ›

Men’s Basketball Team Overcomes Many Obstacles This Season

[Editor’s Note:  Jordan Bellitti is a transfer student who came to Lesley from Curry.  A sophomore, majoring in Children, Youth and Family Studies, he was the men’s basketball team’s third highest scorer this year.] Men’s basketball at Lesley is still relatively new: in fact, it was only twelve years ago that the first games were… Read More ›

Successful Season for Women’s Soccer

Editor’s Note: This report was co-written by two players on the team, Hope Seasholes and Jordan Mitchell. “This is my second year playing on the Women’s Soccer team,” says Hope Seasholes, an Art Therapy major.  “In only two seasons I have seen how we’ve all grown; our energy, confidence, and attitudes changed this year. I… Read More ›

Keeping Up With How the Teams Are Doing

The Women’s Soccer Team is eight games deep into their fall season, and their record currently stands at 6-1-2. Their only loss was to MIT, which has a nationally ranked program; and yet, the Lesley women still managed to scored two goals during the match. They are 2-0 in conference play, and they have already… Read More ›

Conversation with Norman Stone: A Somerville Boxing Legend

I admit did not know the fame and achievement of Norman “Stoney” Stone when I first introduced myself to him at Somerville Boxing Club. A friend of mine on campus suggested I work out at the boxing gym because they offer free lessons. Never having experienced boxing before, I decided to give it a shot…. Read More ›

Lesley Baseball Team Wins First Ever Conference Championship; Earns Bid to NCAA

Last Monday, the Lesley University baseball team made program history, winning the NECC championship for the first time.  And while this was impressive, it comes with an even sweeter ending: an automatic bid to play in the NCAA tournament. Here’s how it happened.  After earning the fourth seed in the playoffs, the Lynx took down… Read More ›

Red Sox Giving Fans Reasons for Optimism

April is in full swing, which means good weather is right around the corner. However, it also means that baseball is back. For many, the baseball season is one’s saving grace from those hot summer days. As a kid from New York, I will always remember putting on my Derek Jeter jersey and fielding ground… Read More ›

Men’s Baseball Off to Strong Start

After an exciting and successful spring break trip in Florida, the Lynx baseball team has not been cooled off by the harsh New England weather in the last couple of weeks.  After posting a 7-2 record in the Sunshine State, the team has kept rolling, winning four of their first six games up north which… Read More ›

At Spring Training, Red Sox Show Positive Signs

There is no denying that this is a great time to be a Boston sports fan.  Many fans are still riding high from the Patriots’ incredible win in the Super Bowl, and the Celtics are in a good position to make a playoff push in the NBA’s Eastern Conference.  The real reason however that Boston… Read More ›