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Ridgeway gym busy and inconvenient for students

Ian Kea
June 7
Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

With Suffolk opening the 20 Somerset building this fall, the Ridgeway building has been put on the open market. In previous talks, former Suffolk Athletic Director Jim Nelson believed that Suffolk might have been able to capitalize on a new facility by New Balance in Brighton that was meant for the Boston...

Baseball triumphant with GNAC title

Baseball triumphant with GNAC title

Jeremy Hayes
April 29
Filed under Baseball, Sports

The Rams baseball team won the 2015 Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) championship on Sunday at Holman Stadium in Nashua, New Hampshire, defeating the Johnson & Wales University Wildcats by a final score of 4-3. Junior Drew Carter came around to score the game-winning run in the bottom o...

Softball set at No. 1 seed for conference playoffs

Softball set at No. 1 seed for conference playoffs

Jeremy Hayes
April 22
Filed under Softball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The regular season is finished and the Lady Rams have secured the No. 1 seed for the GNAC playoffs. The team played their final conference games, finishing the season with a 17-5 record with four non-conference games remaining. Coach Jaclyn Davis wants the team properly prepared heading into the...

Baseball looks to continue recent playoff success

Baseball looks to continue recent playoff success

Sammy Hurwitz
April 22
Filed under Baseball, Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The Rams are three games away from completing their 2015 regular season, and after the first 29 contests, it’s clear the team has regressed. Their overall record of 14-16, is underwhelming, while their conference record of 9-5 is better, but still a far cry from last year’s club. The 2014 Rams...

National Women’s Hockey League brings pride to Boston

National Women’s Hockey League brings pride to Boston

April 22
Filed under Hockey, Sports, Suffolk Rams

By Abbey Wilson Boston is a city known for its sports teams and their passionate fans. Now, the city will get a new team to cheer for in a women’s hockey league. It was recently announced a new women’s hockey league has been formed, the National Women’s Hockey League, and will include a team...

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...

Student training in jiu-jitsu

Student training in jiu-jitsu

Sammy Hurwitz
April 15
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

While most athletes at Suffolk can be found on a field, at the rink or on the court, there are a select few who choose to hone their abilities elsewhere. Omar Qusrawi is of the latter. On a typical day, he can be found across the street from the TD Garden, at Combat Sports Boston, wearing a gi ...

Softball continues dominance in conference play

Softball continues dominance in conference play

Jeremy Hayes
April 15
Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

The softball team currently sits alone at the top of the GNAC standings. Although the Lady Rams lost to conference opponent, the Simmons Sharks, last Sunday, it was the team’s first loss this month. In the second game of the doubleheader, the Lady Rams led heading into the sixth inning. The Sharks...

College recruiting: Leyden’s never-ending off-season

College recruiting: Leyden’s never-ending off-season

Jeremy Hayes
April 8
Filed under Basketball, Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

College sports fans love this time of the year because most high school student athletes declare where they will attend college. Things work differently with Suffolk athletics than other collegiate teams since they are a Division III school. Division I and II offer athletic scholarships according...

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...

Softball wins eight straight games

Softball wins eight straight games

Jeremy Hayes
April 8
Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

The term “hot streak” does not do the softball team justice. The Lady Rams are on fire. The softball team conquered Salem State in a doubleheader Monday, which extends their winning streak to eight games. They won the first game 14-5 in five innings, then won 9-6 in the second game against...

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