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Hear Us Roar! Emerson Lions Net Postseason Honors


The spring season is complete, and numerous Emerson Lion student-athletes received honors from the New England Women’s & Men’s Athletic Conference (NEWMAC).

NEWMAC honors poster featuring Bass Lin
Bass Lin was selected as the NEWMAC Rookie of the Year, and named to the NEWMAC All-Conference Singles Team.

Men’s Tennis

Coach of The Year – Aaron Bergeron; Bergeron led the Lions to a 10-9 record, earning their first NEWMAC victory over the Springfield Pride.

Rookie of The Year – Bass Lin ’22Lin finished the spring with a 10-3 record in his singles matches, winning three NEWMAC contests, and earning him a spot on the first team.

Singles All-Conference – Bass Lin 

Singles All-Conference – Maximo Lawlor ’22Maximo Lawlor earned the final spot for the Lions on the singles side, going 9-3 with four conference wins.





Second Team All-Conference – Jack Fox ’20, Pitcher; The junior finished the season with a 5-4 record and a 3.04 ERA. Fox pitched 68 innings in 12 appearances, striking out 67 batters with one shutout. 



NEWMAC honors poster featuring Neely Eddleston and Kallista Leonardos
Neely Eddleston and Kallista Leonardos were named to NEWMAC’s All-Conference Second Team.

Second Team All-Conference – Kallista Leonardos ’19, Catcher; Leonardos finished the season with a .319 average, eight home runs, 31 RBIs and 29 runs scored.

Second Team All-Conference – Neely Eddleston ’21, Pitcher; Eddleston started 24 games for the Lions, finishing with a 13-10 record, striking out 57 batters through 131 innings, and ended with a 3.15 ERA.


Men’s Lacrosse

Second Team All-Conference – Skyler Celotto ’22, Midfield; Celotto scored 30 goals and handed out five assists during the season.


All Sportsmanship

Jen Litchfield ’19 – Women’s Lacrosse

Bailey Kennedy ’19 – Men’s Lacrosse

Joe Paladino ’20 – Baseball

Alena Jones ’19 – Softball

Maximo Lawlor – Men’s Tennis

Thea Nagle ’22 – Women’s Tennis

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