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Red Sox hold Student 9’s discussion with students

Red Sox hold Student 9’s discussion with students

Sammy Hurwitz
April 22
Filed under Baseball, Sports

If you were told that the price of a ticket to a Red Sox game was lower than the price of a meal from the 150 Tremont Café, would you believe it? Well, allow me to clear up the confusion, with the “Red Sox Student 9’s” program, high school and college students can purchase standing room only...

Rams build momentum heading toward playoffs

Rams build momentum heading toward playoffs

Sammy Hurwitz
April 15
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The Rams started off the week in impressive fashion, sweeping a doubleheader on Sunday against a conference rival Albertus Magnus. The Rams narrowly won the first game 3-2, following the complete game effort of starting pitcher Josh Desai. The senior tossed seven innings, surrendering four hits and...

Baseball bouncing back in recent conference games

Baseball bouncing back in recent conference games

Sammy Hurwitz
April 8
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

After an arduous first month of the season, the Rams’ local nine started April off on the right foot, winning two of their first three games. The team swept a doubleheader in Northborough against GNACrivals Anna Maria, and dropped a game to Endicott. In the first game of the doubleheader, a mati...

Men’s baseball aim to bounce back from sluggish start

Men’s baseball aim to bounce back from sluggish start

April 1
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

By Brian Horner The men’s baseball team is looking to rebound after suffering three consecutive losses in two weeks at the hands of Fitchburg State, MIT, and Salem State. The games were largely one-sided affairs, with the Rams surrendering 16 runs and scoring just three throughout the streak. Despite...

On this day: 42 years ago, No. 42 Jackie Robinson called for change in baseball

On this day: 42 years ago, No. 42 Jackie Robinson called for change in baseball

Jeremy Hayes
October 15
Filed under Baseball, Sports

Forty-two years ago, No. 42 Jackie Robinson died. Few athletes leave a legacy that goes beyond the field of play, but Robinson meant so much to the game of baseball, as well as paved ways for black athletes in all sports. Amongst Robinson’s baseball legacy, his calling for diversity among baseball...

Boston Red Sox offer another season to forget

Boston Red Sox offer another season to forget

September 24
Filed under Baseball, Sports

By Brian Horner The 2013 World Championship brought a lot of expectations for the Boston Red Sox 2014 season which fell very short of every fan wants and desires. The Red Sox will finish last in their conference and third to last in their division disappointing fans. One of the many problems for...

Ram profile: Suffolk baseball’s Matthew Brenner

Ram profile: Suffolk baseball’s Matthew Brenner

Melissa Hanson
June 5
Filed under Baseball, Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

At the ECAC championship on May 11, freshman and catcher Matthew Brenner was pleased the Suffolk Rams had stepped up their game after another loss to rival St. Joseph’s College in Maine. Brenner said the defeat to St. Joseph’s was “definitely tough for the older guys because they had lost to...

Suffolk baseball secures ECAC DIII Title

Suffolk baseball secures ECAC DIII Title

Vassili Stroganov
May 14
Filed under Baseball, Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

For the second time in program history, the decorated Suffolk University baseball team won the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC), a DIII regional New England championship. On May 11, the Suffolk underdogs beat first seed Roger Williams to win the prestigious title. The silverware was truly...

Success continues for Suffolk Baseball against Johnson & Wales

Success continues for Suffolk Baseball against Johnson & Wales

CJ Haddad
April 16
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The last time we took a look at the men’s baseball team was in the midst of an impressive 10-game winning streak and held the top spot in the GNAC Conference. Since then, not much has changed as the Rams have continued to impress on the diamond. This past week the Rams went 3-2, ending their...

Red Sox run into trouble early in the season

Red Sox run into trouble early in the season

April 9
Filed under Baseball, Sports

By: Mario Vasquez The Red Sox (3-5) were swept at home by a national league team for the first time since 2012. Were they possibly distracted by the events carried over from winning the World Series last year? Either way, they are professionals. Congratulations to Red Sox for a spectacular season,...

Suffolk baseball plays strong in first conference games

Suffolk baseball plays strong in first conference games

CJ Haddad
April 2
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Over the past 10 years, it has been quite apparent that Suffolk University baseball is a force in the GNAC. Last season, the Rams captured a shot to play in the GNAC Championship, making it the seventh straight year they have appeared in the championship game. The Ram’s 29-14 record in 2013 earned...

Baseball faces tough stretch during Florida spring training

Baseball faces  tough stretch during Florida spring training

Melissa Hanson
March 26
Filed under Baseball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Disappointment was abound when the Suffolk University baseball team returned from its spring training trip in the sunshine state. After bringing home a winning record last year, the Rams fell short this season, leaving the Russ Matt Central Fla. Invitational in Auburdale with a 3-6 record. “We...

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