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Athletics and Recreation

Welcome! At Lasell College, because we value the whole person, our finest athletes and best students are often the same people. Student-athletes balance academics with athletics and benefit from the many opportunities for personal growth.

The athletic program at Lasell College provides student-athletes the opportunity to develop and display their talents through collegiate-level competition. At Lasell College, athletics are considered an integral part of a sound educational experience with the goal to have each student-athlete strive to reach his or her potential on and off the field.

The athletic department fosters the development of sportsmanship, community, fair play, positive societal values and physical well-being for all participants.

Lasell's highest priority is to ensure that each student-athlete receives a superior education and successfully completes an academic program. We believe the leadership, teamwork and self-discipline learned on the playing field are qualities that lead to both athletic and academic success.

Be your best at Lasell - as both an athlete and a student.

Lasell College is a member of the NCAA Division III, the ECAC, the Great Northeast Athletic Conference, the Pilgrim League, the North East Collegiate Volleyball Association and an associate member of the North Atlantic Conference. The college follows the philosophy and the guidelines of NCAA Division III and of all associated conferences.

If you have any questions about Lasell's athletic programs, please contact us.

Kristy Walter, Director of Athletics

Contact Us:
Tel.: (617) 243-2147
Email: Kristy Walter, Director of Athletics (kwalter@lasell.edu)

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