Lasells Zach Gagne (Somerset, Mass.) of the mens soccer team was selected to play in the New England Intercollegiate Soccer League All-Star Game on May 9th at Clark University. Gagne is one of 35 NCAA Division III players selected to play in the All-Star competition.
Giovanni Pacini, Head Men's Soccer Coach at Lasell College, NSCAA Massachusetts State Technical Coordinator, member of the Goalkeeper Academy staff, as well as College Task Force Chairman for the Soccer Ambassadors Program has recently earned the prestigious NSCAA Master Coach Diploma
The Curry College Colonels brought the Lasell College Lasers mens soccer 2008 season to and end in the quarter finals of the 2008 ECAC DIII Mens Soccer Championship Tournament this afternoon, at Katz Field. The Colonels took a 1-0 decision, scoring the game winner in the 62nd minute.
Three Lasell College mens soccer players were selected to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference All-Conference Teams for the 2008 season. Zach Gagne of Somerset, Massachusetts was named to the first team, with fellow teammates Dan Hatch of Avon, Massachusetts and Kuol Acuek of Lincoln, Massachusetts being named to the third team.
Newton, Mass. - The third seeded Monks of Saint Josephs College (Me.) brought down the second seeded Lasers of Lasell College in the GNAC mens soccer tournament semi-finals this afternoon, on Taylor Field. The Monks scored early and scored late on route to a 2-0 victory over the Lasers.
Newton, Mass. - The Lasell College Lasers will move on to the semi-finals of the GNAC Championship Tournament after a 3-1 win over Albertus Magnus College. Albertus Magnus finishes their season at 3-5-2 in the conference and 8-8-2 overall.
The Judges of Brandeis University snapped a seven game winning streak for Lasell College, beating them 1-0, in mens soccer action. Though the game was originally intended to be played at Lasell, a last minute change in location because of the weather sent the Lasers down the road to play at Gordon Field.
Newton, Mass.- The Lasers turned around a scoreless first half to beat the visiting Wildcats of Johnson & Wales University, 3-0, in their final regular season GNAC matchup. The Lasers have an 8-1-0 conference record this season, while the Wildcats have a 3-5-0 league record.
Zach Gagne was named mens soccer Player of the Week in the Great Northeast Athletic Conference for the second time this season. Also receiving honors from the GNAC this week was womens soccer goalkeeper Jamie Remmers. Remmers (left) was honored as the Goalkeeper of the Week for the first time this season.
Newton, Mass. - Lasell College cast a shadow over neighboring rival school Mount Ida College today in mens soccer, as they defeated the Mustangs, 6-0. The victors played intense throughout the matchup, never letting down for a second, in front of a rowdy crowd of over 300 on Taylor Field.
Newton, Mass.- Dan Hatch (Avon, MA) scored four times then added two assists in an 11-1 Laser win over Newbury College on Tuesday, at Taylor Field. The Lasers are now 8-5-0, and are on a four game winning streak over the past two weeks.
The Lasell College mens soccer team remains in the top spot of the GNAC standings after beating the Rams of Suffolk University, 3-0, on Saturday. The Lasers jump up to 6-1-0 in the league, with their only loss to Norwich University, and have two conference matchups yet to play.
The Lasers picked up their fifth GNAC win on Wednesday, beating Emmanuel College 4-1 in mens soccer. With this win, the Lasers were bumped back up to the first place rankings in the league, standing at 5-1-0 in the GNAC and 6-5-0 overall.
Newton, Mass.- The Lynx of Lesley University were no match for the Lasers in this afternoons mens soccer matchup, as Lasell dominated the game to win, 8-0. Goalkeeper Julian Dutton (Madison, CT) picked up his second consecutive shutout, along with 7 saves, in todays contest. With this win, the Lasers overall record improves to 3-4-0.
Five Lasell athletes were recognized by the GNAC as weekly honor roll recipients this week. Two womens volleyball players, two womens cross country runners, and one mens soccer player were noted for their overall play during the week ending on September 15th.
Providence, RI- Freshman forward Bruno Costa (Pawtucket, RI) recorded his first career goal and dished out two assists four points as Rhode Island College blanked Lasell, 3-0, in collegiate men¹s soccer action on Wednesday evening. The Anchormen win for the second straight game and improve to 2-3, while the Lasers suffer their third loss (0-3) of the season.
Saratoga Springs, N.Y.--Daniel Sanchez scored two second half goals to lead Western Connecticut to a 3-0 win over Lasell in the Skidmore College Alumni Tournament, Saturday afternoon at Wachenheim Field.
Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Sophomore Matt Kelsey (Cambridge, Mass.) scored two goals to lead the Skidmore College mens soccer team to a 3-1 victory over Lasell College Friday night in the first game of the 2008 Skidmore Alumni Mens Soccer Tournament.