BEAULIEU HONORED AS C.O.Y
What a fitting sendoff for one of the most beloved coaches in our area.
We’re a tad late to this, but at the beginning of the month the MIAA announced that Triton’s Stacey Beaulieu was its 2023 Girls Lacrosse Coach of the Year for the entire state. Beaulieu patrolled the Vikings’ sidelines for 17 successful seasons, but announced that she was stepping away at the end of last year.
As both a coach and a student advisor at Triton Regional, the amount of lives Beaulieu has impacted for the better is too high to count. She’s helped to improve the athletic talents of Triton greats such as — recently — Kate Trojan, Chloe Connors and Paige Volpone, and finished her career with an overall record of 139-165-1.
LEVASSEUR PICKS UMASS BOSTON
One of the best softball players in the Daily News area over the past three years has made a college decision.
A few months ago, Amesbury’s Isabelle Levasseur committed to continue her playing career at UMass Boston. A three-time Daily News All-Star heading into her senior season this upcoming spring, Levasseur was named the CAL Baker MVP last year. The honor was well deserved, as at the plate she hit .347 with 31 runs scored, 21 RBI and 3 home runs, and in the circle she posted a 15-5 record with a 1.86 ERA and 239 strikeouts in 120.1 innings pitched.
Levasseur, whose older sister, Olivia, plays at Southern Maine, will also be reuniting with a former Redhawk in college. Her former catcher, Ella DeLisle, is a freshman for the Beacons this year.
ALEYO AMASA-TITUS BREAKS REGIS SCHOOL RECORD
A recent Triton graduate is off to a record-breaking start to her collegiate career.
Aleyo Amasa-Titus, a first-year student at Regis College, just had herself an opening track meet to remember at the Suffolk Relays. She set personal-bests in both the 60-meter (8.44) and the long jump (15-5), but most impressively broke the school record in the 300-meter with a blazing time of 43.50. The accomplishment shouldn’t come as too big of a surprise, as Amasa-Titus was both a Daily News Outdoor Track and Soccer All-Star during her excellent senior year as a Viking.
And her twin sister, Janet, is with her on the track team at Regis.
With the winter sports regular season now in full swing, the Daily News is still accepting admissions for our Captains Corner series. Coaches — or parents or the athletes themselves — who would like their captains featured are welcome to submit a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos should have all captains featured and ideally in uniform.
BEAULIEU HONORED AS C.O.Y