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Men’s Soccer in midst of intense playoff race

Men’s Soccer in midst of intense playoff race

CJ Haddad
October 17, 2012
Filed under Soccer, Sports, Suffolk Rams

It’s almost playoff time for the Suffolk men’s soccer program as there are only three games left on the schedule this season. Recently it’s been tough as the men have dropped their last three games, allowing three goals in each match; the Rams were defeated 3-2. 3-1, and 3-1 again. These...

Women’s Soccer Starting to Find Their Way in Young Season

Women’s Soccer Starting to Find Their Way in Young Season

Alex Hall
September 26, 2012
Filed under Soccer, Sports

  Suffolk University’s women’s soccer team started the season on a low note after competing in the GNAC finals last year but appears to have found its footing. After losing their first four games of the year, the Lady Rams have won two of their last three contests. “[The season] is still...

Christian Gnonlonfoun Shows Promise for Ram’s Soccer

Christian Gnonlonfoun Shows Promise for Ram’s Soccer

Jeremy Hayes
September 19, 2012
Filed under Soccer, Sports, Suffolk Rams

  It is early in the season for the Suffolk Rams Men’s Soccer Team, but they have already shown promise with the play of their junior forward, Christian Gnonlonfoun. Suffolk is leading the GNAC in goals scored, with their leading scorer being Gnonlonfoun. Last week’s GNAC Player of the Week,...

Lady Rams Stumble Out of Gate Without Graduated Star

Lady Rams Stumble Out of Gate Without Graduated Star

Alex Hall
September 19, 2012
Filed under Soccer, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Gone are the days of now Suffolk alum Leslie Hayden harassing the opposition’s goalie and the Lady Rams lighting up the scoreboard in 2012, as the team has lost each of four of its first five contests this season. For anyone who followed this team last season all the way to the Great Northeast Athletic...

Soccer player finding success on and off the field

Soccer player finding success on and off the field

October 5, 2011
Filed under Soccer, Sports

Caitlin Lezell Journal Staff While the Rams’ 4-7 record thus far this season may not look the greatest on paper, forward Michael Missouri has still managed to have himself quite an impressive string of games. With five goals and two assists currently under his belt, and with two of those goals scored in one ga...

Men’s soccer finishes impressive season in NCAA tournament

Alex Hall
November 23, 2010
Filed under Soccer, Sports

Alex Hall Journal Staff The Suffolk men's soccer season came to an anti-climactic conclusion this Nov. 13, losing 8-0 in their first ever NCAA tournament appearance to Williams College. Williams, a nationally-ranked squad, scored four times in both the first and second half, beginning their scoring sp...

Spirit night perfect stage for women’s team

Spirit night perfect stage for women’s team

Alex Hall
October 27, 2010
Filed under Soccer, Sports

Alex Hall Journal Staff Spirit Night for Suffolk’s women’s soccer team at George Dilboy Stadium was last Oct. 19, and a solid crowd came out to support their team. Gifts were handed out during the festivities, including gift cards, sweatshirts and even iPods. The game itself was a good one, ...

South Africa: 2010 World Cup will be green

Dan Ryan
February 3, 2010
Filed under Soccer, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan Despite warnings that the 2010 edition will have the highest carbon footprint in the history of the World Cup, South African organizers have pledged to ensure that the event is “green.” In keeping with a tradition started by Oslo during the 1994 Winter Olympics, a tourism offici...

Women’s soccer earns NSCAA silver medal

Dan Ryan
January 27, 2010
Filed under Soccer, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan Even though the season ended a few months back, Ernst Cleophat’s Lady Rams soccer team received a positive accolade earlier this month for their play as a team over the course of the year. The team was given the Silver Award by the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of A...

Sports Briefs Jan. 27, 2010

January 27, 2010
Filed under Soccer, Uncategorized

“Big Baby” all grown up? Apparently Glen Davis no longer wants to be “Big Baby.” The Boston Celtics' forward who has found himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons at times this season, mentioned to reporters that he was tired of the nickname and was looking for something new. A...

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