Get to know Crusader Superstars of the Men’s and Women’s soccer teams, seniors Tyler Bell and Meg Lawlor.

Jackie Hart ’19

Senior Captain Meg Lawlor, #21

 

  1. Hometown: Morristown, New Jersey
  2. Major: Economics
  3. Position: Center Midfield
  4. What are looking forward to most about this season?: Getting to play alongside my best friends for one last season.
  5. What’s the best part about Holy Cross Women’s Soccer?: How close our team is on and off the field.

 

  1. What are your pre-game rituals?: MUST have a large coffee from InHouse before every game; French Vanilla with almond milk and a splash of cream.
  2. Who is the teammate that makes you laugh the most?: Emma Sosinski, hands down.
  3. Who is your greatest influence on and off the field?: My grandpa is my biggest fan and has come to every one of my soccer games since before I can remember. I love to see him in the stands!
  4. What is your favorite memory of HC Women’s Soccer?: Beating BU this past spring. We are so excited to play them again this season in conference.
  5. How do you feel about Wednesday’s Turnpike Trophy game against BU?: I can’t wait to show the strides we have made this season and beat them in Patriot League play!

 

Senior Tyler Bell, #21

 

  1. Hometown: Mendham, New Jersey
  2. Major: Economics
  3. Position: Midfield
  4. What are looking forward to most about this season?: Making a run towards the Patriot League Championship
  5. What’s the best part about Holy Cross Men’s Soccer?: The brotherhood we have established together.
  6. What are your pre-game rituals?: Have the same pregame routine for every game. Same Meal/Same stretches
  7. Who is the teammate that makes you laugh the most?: Definitely Rory Birse. Kid can make you laugh at all moments of the day.
  8. Who is your greatest influence on and off the field?: Michael Jordan
  9. What is your favorite memory of HC Men’s Soccer?: Definitely beating Duke my freshman year in Durham, North Carolina
  10. How do you feel about Sunday’s Patriot League opener against Navy?: We are really excited to take on Navy this upcoming Sunday. It’s our first Patriot League game and couldn’t think of a better way to start off the Patriot League than getting a big win against them.

 

Holy Cross Women’s Soccer has had a successful campaign thus far, including a 5-1 win over St. Peter’s in which leading scorer junior Carly Flahive scored two goals and earned Patriot League Offensive Player of the Week. They take on Patriot League rivals Boston University Wednesday at 7:05 p.m. at Linda Johnson Smith Soccer Stadium.

 

 

Image Courtesy of Mark Seliger Photography

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