CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Joe Chatman (Boston, Mass.) became the third Lesley mens basketball player to be named to the NACs First Team All-Conference Team. James Parker (Sandwich, Mass.) will be joining Chatman as Parker was named to the NACs All-Conference Honorable Mention Team.
New London, N.H. In non-conference action on Thursday evening, the Charges of Colby-Sawyer picked up their 10th win of the season, downing the Lynx of Lesley University 89-64 at the Coffin Field House. Five Chargers scored in double-figures in the win, the final game of the regular season for Colby-Sawyer.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Senior night at Lesley University is the last home game of the season and is a time when the fans get to acknowledge and say good bye to the seniors one last time. This year the seniors made sure that the fans would never forget them.
WATERVILLE, Me. Michael Lush (Chelsea, MA) took just three shots against Thomas College, and only hit one of them. However, Lushs last second ally-oop lay-up saved the day as Lesley University downed Thomas College 72-70.
BOSTON, Mass. Joe Chatman (Boston, Mass.) came through with his promise and lifted Lesley passed Suffolk 93-90. Prior to tip-off Chatman guaranteed a Lesley victory, and he delivered in a big way against Suffolk.
NEWTON, Mass. Joe Chatman poured in a game-high 35 pints, but it was not enough. Lesley blew a two point halftime lead and lost to Lasell College 89-78. It was the second win for Lasell against Lesley this season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Joe Chatman (Boston, Mass.) was honored by the North Atlantic Conference for his outstanding play as the NACs Co-Player of the Week. The Lynx offense averaged 78 points per game over the two games.
NEW LONDON, Conn. Jeff Prebeck scored a game high 25 points and grabbed a game high 15 rebounds as The Coast Guard Academy rolled over Lesley University 99-76. Prebeck got a lot of support from Al Sowers and Grant Johnson who chimed in with 24 and 20 points respectively.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Male Lynx improve to .500 overall and in conference play with a 101-96 win over Johnson State College. Lesley was led in that game with a balanced offense including five players in double figures.
NEWTON, Mass. The Mount Ida College mens basketball team used a high octane offense to earn a 98-87 victory over Lesley University this evening at the Mount Ida Athletic Center. Four starters recorded double-digit scoring efforts, as the Mustangs tallied their first North Atlantic Conference triumph of the 2006-07 campaign.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. James Parker (Sandwich, Mass.) was on fire from three-point land as he poured in 21 points and Lesley University beat Maine Maritime Academy 105-87 for their first conference win of the season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Joe Chatman (Boston, Mass.) was honored by the North Atlantic Conference for his outstanding play as the NACs Co-Player of the Week. Chatman was the catalyst for the offense which averaged 91.33 over the three game week.
CAMBIRDGE, Mass. Joe Chatman (Boston, Mass.) poured in a game high 32 points and added a game high 8 assists, but it wasnt enough as MIT defeated Lesley University 80-79, ruining Lesleys 2006 home opener.