With four teams competing in NCAA Tournament play and three others opening inaugural seasons as NCAA sports, here's a look at one of the most successful years in the history of the Lynx in our 2011 Year in Review.
Lesley's Max Perkins leads the Lynx into the program's first NCAA Tournament game on Sunday, but for the goalkeeper, taking the field has sometimes been the biggest obstacle. Boston.com's Marvin Pave explains.
After tying a Lesley record with four goals in the Lynx victory over Mitchell on Ali Sozeri made league history Sunday, becoming the the first player with a hat trick in an NECC Championship in Lesley's 4-0 win.
For a third time in four years, Lesley will return to the NECC Championship, this time with a trip to the NCAA Tournament at stake. Ari Sinanis' second half penalty kick snapped a 1-1 tie and was the eventual game-winner.
Lesley's Ali Sozeri's evolution from Turkish basketball recruit with soccer dreams to American soccer all-star is the subject of a feature article in today's issue of "The Daily Feature" in Charlottesburg, VA, where the Lynx forward starred as a prepster.
BENNINGTON, VT -- Southern Vermont used a pair of second half goals from Noah Massucci in anchoring a come-from-behind 2-1 win over the Lynx. Ahmed Abubakar scored in the ninth minute for Lesley's only goal.
Paul Vasconcelos' club overcame an early Pride goal for a 2-1 win in a physical NECC battle at Regis College on Saturday. Ari Sinanis tied the contest at 1-1 with his fifth goal before assisting on Jordan Santos' game-winner.
A pair of late-first half Amherst goals broke a scoreless tie in giving the No. 4 Lord Jeffs the lift they needed going into intermission, and two second half goals earned Amherst a 4-0 win Monday night.
Lesley shut down Emerson with a 2-0 victory Wednesday night in the Charles River Cup, retaining the Cup for the third consecutive season. Ali Sozeri and Ari Sinanis each scored for the Lynx, the second straight game the duo has scored Lesley's first two goals.
Lesley used a second half comeback four the third time in five wins on the season, this time erasing a 1-0 deficit with a pair of goals in an eight-minute span that put the Lynx on top for good in Monday's 3-1 win at Anna Maria.
A stifling Lynx defense and two Lesley goalkeepers combined on a 0-0 tie against Emmanuel at Roberto Clemente Fielder Thursday night. In his first action of the season, Lesley's Nathan Trucks stopped three Saints shots.