The Emerson Lions Women’s Basketball Team will close out their regular season this week. The Lions finish up their conference schedule on Wednesday when they travel to take on the WPI Engineers at 7:30pm. Emerson will close up its regular season against Dean on Saturday afternoon at 1:00pm at the Brown & Plofker Gym. Emerson will honor it’s three seniors in a pregame ceremony.
The Emerson Lions Women’s Basketball team will look to build off of two conference victories last week, taking on two more conference opponents in MIT and Wellesley, home and away respectively. Emerson's lone home game is against MIT on Wednesday at 7:30pm.
13 points from Sam Boyle (Scotts Valley, Calif.) and 10 Points from Chloe Allen (Switzerland) were not enough for the Emerson Women's Basketball Team, who fell to MIT on Wednesday night, dropping their conference record to 4-4.
NORTON, Mass. - It was the junior duo of Sam Boyle (Scotts Valley, Calif.) and Rachel Davey (Saratoga, Calif.) who paced the Emerson women’s basketball team with 13 points and 10 points, respectively, to edge out the Wheaton (Mass.) Lyons, 46-44, on Saturday afternoon.
After a pair of losses over the past week, the Lions will look to rebound in conference play when they travel to take on the Clark Cougars in Worcester at 7:00pm on Wednesday and Wheaton (Mass.) at 1:00pm in Norton, Mass. on Saturday.
After traveling to take on the Coast Guard Bears on Saturday, the Emerson Lions’ Women’s Basketball Team returns home for a pair of conference tilts against the Babson Beavers and Springfield Pride in the upcoming week.
The Emerson Women’s Basketball Team continued their strong start to conference play with a victory over the Mount Holyoke Lyons backed by a 20 point performance from Natalie Clydesdale (Pittsburgh, Penn.) and 16 points from Chloe Allen (Switzerland).
BOSTON, Mass. - Paced by senior Natalie Clydesdale’s (Pittsburgh, Penn.) 17 point showing and 16 more points added from both senior Quinn Madden (Mokena, Ill.) and Rachel Davey (Saratoga, Calif.), the Emerson women’s basketball team edged past Smith, 68-66, for their first NEWMAC victory and fourth straight win.
With one final non-conference game for the Emerson Women’s Basketball team on Thursday night, the Lions will quickly turn their sights to the NEWMAC schedule, opening up with Smith on Saturday afternoon.
Closing out their non-confernce games, the Emerson Women’s Basketball Team took down the Division II Fisher Falcons behind a career high in scoting from senior Quinn Madden (Mokena, Ill.) with 21 points and four assists.
The Emerson Women's Basketball team closed out their Puerto Rico trip with a victory over the No. 12 ranked Messiah Falcons behind a team high 19 points from Quinn Madden and a double double by Sam Boyle.
The Emerson Women’s Basketball team defeated the Johnson & wales Wildcats in their last home game fothe decade on Saturday afternoon. A balanced attack led by 20 points from Rachel Davey (Saratoga, Fla.) and strong defense helped the lions to the 46 point victory.
The Emerson Women’s basketball team welcomed the Lasell Lasers to the Brown & Plofker Gym on Tuesday night, leaving with a victory over the GNAC school 60-48. Rachel Davey did it all for the Lions, posting a 11 points, 8 rebounds, and 8 assist night.
BOSTON, Mass. - Powered by a team-high 15 points from senior Natalie Clydesdale (Pittsburgh, Penn.), the Emerson women’s basketball team took care of Bridgewater State in a 75-47 home win on Saturday afternoon.
The Emerson Women’s Basketball Team took down the Emmanuel Saints in a crosstown matchup with a balanced attack and strong defensive play. The Lions earned the victory heading into the short Thanksgiving break before welcoming the No. 2 Tufts Jumbos to Brown & Plofker Gym.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. - Junior Ashley Toner (Barnegat, N.J.) canned a game high 16 points followed by 10 points from both senior Natalie Clydesdale (Pittsburgh, Penn.) and junior Rachel Davey (Saratoga, Calif.), but the Emerson women’s basketball slipped in a 68-53 loss to Wesleyan (Conn.) to wrap tournament play on Saturday afternoon.
MIDDLETOWN, Conn. - The Emerson women’s basketball team powered their way back into the win column thanks to a 66-47 triumph over Wellesley to begin action at the Wesleyan (Conn.) Invitational on Friday night behind a 15-point night by junior Kailee Yan (Mercer Island, Wash.) and an additional 12 from junior Rachel Davey (Saratoga, Calif.).
The Emerson Women’s Basketball Team fell to the WPI Engineers on Saturday afternoon, despite a 14 point performance from senior Quinn Madden (Mokena, Ill.) and a 13 point performance from Sam Boyle (Scotts Valley, Calif.)