ATTLEBORO, Mass. - The New England Collegiate Conference released their Fall 2008 NECC Academic All-Conference award winners and Lesley is proud to announce that nine fall athletes were on the list. Juniors and seniors who held a grade point average of 3.40 or higher on a 4.0 scale were recognized.
LEICESTER, Mass. Becker College won the inaugural New England Collegiate Conference Mens Soccer Championship after defeating Lesley University 4-1 on Sunday afternoon. The Hawks jumped out to an early 2-0 lead within the first seven minutes of the match that created an insurmountable deficit for the Lynx.
NEW LONDON, Conn. In the New England Collegiate Conference Semifinals, the Lesley University mens soccer team found themselves matched up with Mitchell College, a team that had beaten them 4-3 earlier in the season and finished conference play undefeated at 6-0. The Lynx, however, played a hard-fought and physical match, edging the Mariners 1-0 in an overtime thriller.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. All seven sponsored programs were represented on 2008 New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Mens Soccer All-Conference Team, it was announced today by Commissioner Del Malloy. In addition to the All-NECC honors, four separate major individual award winners and the team sportsmanship award were also voted upon and selected this week.
NASHUA, N.H. Oscar Borjesson (Stockholm, Sweden) knocked home a Mike Lohr (Chepachet, R.I.) corner kick with just 47 seconds remaining in overtime, delivering the Daniel Webster College mens soccer team a stirring 1-0 victory over New England Collegiate Conference rival Lesley University Monday afternoon in the regular season finale for both clubs.
CHICOPEE, Mass. - Elms College freshman goalkeeper Ryan Sullivan (Agawam, Mass.) recorded six saves in the Blazers 1-0 loss to Lesley University in Saturdays New England Collegiate Conference mens soccer game at Leary Field.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. In a non-conference matchup with Curry College, the Lesley University mens soccer team was defeated 3-0 at home. After the game, the Lynx honored two senior members of the team who were on the roster for the inaugural season in 2006, Phil Lund and Sam Mead.
NEW LONDON, Conn. The mens soccer teams from Lesley University and Mitchell College combined for seven goals on Saturday afternoon in an action packed New England Collegiate Conference match up. Despite a two goal rally in the second half from the Lynx, the Mariners were able to hold on for a 4-3 victory.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. In a rematch with Emerson College for the Charles River Cup, the Lesley University mens soccer team fell 1-0 and dropped their record to 4-9-1 (2-1-0 NECC). With the victory, Emerson improves their 2008 mark to 5-7-1 (0-4-0 GNAC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. In a match up of New England Collegiate Conference opponents, Newbury College defeated Lesley University 3-2. The two teams exchanged goals throughout the match, but an early second half goal by Newbury senior John Mawson (Amherst, Mass.) gave the Nighthawks a lead they would not relinquish.
NEWTON, Mass. A day after completing a dramatic comeback victory over Southern Vermont College on Saturday, Lesley was unable to maintain their momentum as they lost to GNAC foe Mount Ida College 1-0 on Sunday afternoon. With the loss, Lesley moves to 4-7-1 (2-0-0 NECC) while Mount Ida improved to 6-2-3 (3-0-0 GNAC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Southern Vermont College took a 1-0 lead deep into the second half, but Lesley University was able to score two goals to capture the lead and hold onto a slim 2-1 victory over the Mountaineers Saturday afternoon. The Lynx improved to 4-6-1 (2-0-0 NECC) with the win while the Mountaineers dropped to 2-9-1 (1-2-0 NECC).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Lesley University and Massachusetts Maritime Academy battled through two overtimes on Monday night and ended in a 1-1 tie after 110 minutes. It was the first overtime game of the season for the Lynx as they were able to stick with a difficult MASCAC opponent.
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, Conn.) 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.
ATTLEBORO, Mass. Tyler Reeves (Coventry, Conn.) earned the award for New England Collegiate Conference Player of the Week for the first time in his Lesley career after the Lynx went 1-1-0 in the past week. In 2007, Reeves had won Rookie of the Week honors on two separate occasions.
LEICESTER, Mass. The Becker College mens soccer team was tabbed as the preseason favorite to win the New England Collegiate Conference ahead of Lesley University, but the Lynx defeated the Hawks 2-1 to win their first conference match of the season.
WENHAM, Mass. The Lesley University mens soccer team visited Gordon College in a difficult non-conference match up Tuesday afternoon. The Lynx lost 1-0, but gave a gritty, hard-fought performance against a high-powered opponent.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. The Emmanuel College mens soccer team defeated Lesley University 2-0 on Tuesday evening. The loss dropped Lesleys record to 2-4-0 (0-0-0 NECC) while Emmanuel improved to 2-0-0 (0-0-0 GNAC) on the season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. In a meeting with one of their former conference opponents from the North Atlantic Conference, the Lesley University mens soccer team fell to Johnson State College 2-0 on Sunday afternoon. The loss dropped Lesleys record to 2-3-0 while Johnson won their first game of the 2008 season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Lesley University mens soccer defeated Rivier College 1-0 on Saturday afternoon after a single goal was scored in the first half by sophomore striker Tyler Reeves (Coventry, Conn.).
WESTON, Mass. It took the Lesley University mens soccer team 262 minutes to score goal of the season, but Woody Davidsons (Keeseville, N.Y.) go-ahead score in the second half against Regis College elevated the Lynx to their first victory of the season.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. In the first match of the season for both mens teams from Lesley University and Lancaster Bible College, the Chargers edged the Lynx 1-0 on a late second half goal by Cory Greiser (Quakertown, Pa.).