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Cristina Ashbaugh raced in the final meet of her cross country career only 12 days after being hit by a car.
The Emerson women’s volleyball team went into its final match against Springfield in a win-or-go-home situation, needing a victory to make the NEWMAC playoffs. The day ended in disappointment for the Lions as they fell 3-1.
Men’s soccer head coach Bryan Harkin set a lofty goal to make the NEWMAC playoffs with his team this season, but the Lions finished far from it.
While Saturday’s clash with MIT barely affected the men’s soccer team’s NEWMAC standing, the game was far from meaningless.
As the NEWMAC postseason approaches, Emerson’s fall sports teams find themselves in danger of missing out altogether.
Both Emerson and Babson went into their clash last Saturday with a record of 0-3, looking for a crucial win to revive their NEWMAC playoff hopes. In the end, Babson defeated the Lions 2-0.
While Emerson’s meeting with Coast Guard last season ended with a historic 1-0 Lions’ victory, this year’s meeting was not as joyful, as the Lions fell 2-0 on Saturday.
With both teams locked at zero and overtime imminent, head coach Brian Harkin called on Kemp to make his college debut.
After the men’s soccer team achieved its first NEWMAC win last year, new head coach Bryan Harkin set an ambitious goal for this season— a playoff appearance.