No one expected that there would be a line of Emerson College Lions to the NBA.
The Emerson women’s volleyball team fell to the No. 1 seed Babson Beavers 3-0 in their first ever trip to the NEWMAC Championship game on Saturday, November 9, in Babson Park. The Lions defeated No. 2 seeded Wellesley, and No. 3 seeded MIT on their way to the title game.
The Emerson women’s volleyball will take part in the NEWMAC Championship for the first time in program history when they travel to Babson College to take on the No. 1 seeded Beavers on Saturday, November 9, at 2:00 pm.
For the second straight week, an Emerson Lion earned a NEWMAC Player Of The Week for women’s volleyball.
There are so many reasons to choose Emerson College — a love for lions, a love for Boston, a love of our academic programs — and we look good in purple.
Steph Curry, Lebron James, Joel Embiid and Shaq — Emerson men’s basketball coach talks about the NBA Finals, his career and the toughest players he guarded.
Members of Emerson’s lacrosse, tennis, softball and baseball teams received NEWMAC honors for the 2019 spring season.
‘Communication Days’ Highlights Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives, Female Global Leaders, Professional Athletes
Emerson students, faculty and staff, alongside accomplished professionals participated in a two-day series, Communication Days, of nearly 40 panel discussions and workshops held March 20-21.
Men’s basketball coach Bill Curley had quite a year, as the team won its first New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference basketball championship, and thus earning a spot in the Division 3 tournament, and the same month, his jersey was retired at his alma mater, Boston College.
Former beloved Boston Celtic and current Denver Nugget Isaiah Thomas stuck around Emerson’s gym after practice to run an extra 5-on-5 game with Emerson students