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Suffolk chases talent, seeks program depth

Suffolk chases talent, seeks program depth

Brooke Patterson
April 12, 2017
Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

Since last fall, Suffolk University has been the home to 204 student-athletes, which makes up about two and a half percent of the student population. Out of that small percentage, which will see an increase with the new varsity sport additions of track and field and women’s ice hockey, a majority of...

Parker transitions from swing of a bat to a club

Chris DeGusto
September 28, 2016
Filed under Golf, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Jay Parker, who had been an assistant baseball coach at Suffolk University for 19 years, is now the first head coach of the brand new women’s golf program within Suffolk’s Athletics. There is much to establish with this new varsity team in order to guarantee its success. Parker believes that the wome...

Maria Sharapova receives two-year suspension for using banned substance

Maria Sharapova receives two-year suspension for using banned substance

Skylar To
June 21, 2016
Filed under Golf, Journal Pro Sports Column, Sports

Maria Sharapova received a two year suspension for using a banned substance. See what one Suffolk professor and Rams tennis head coach have to say about it.

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Sylvester, Pulek honored for big bats and swings

Sylvester, Pulek honored for big bats and swings

Skylar To
June 1, 2016
Filed under Softball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

With their recognition, they are looking to display the honor on and off of the field to grow as athletes as well as to help the softball team fulfill an ultimate goal: to capture a Greater Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championship. Sophomore Jill Pulek and junior Delaney Sylvester were named...

Despite recent success, Suffolk athletics lack fan support

Sammy Hurwitz
June 7, 2015
Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

We’ve all seen it before: student sections at college sporting events flooded with shouting, enthusiastic fans supporting their school. It helps the schools make more money, it’s a morale boost for the athletes, and the students and fans love it. The Rams have good teams on campus, with the baseball...

Softball set at No. 1 seed for conference playoffs

Softball set at No. 1 seed for conference playoffs

Jeremy Hayes
April 22, 2015
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, 2015
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...

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

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

Jeremy Hayes
April 8, 2015
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, 2015
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, 2015
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...

Tennis handed first defeat

Tennis handed first defeat

Jeremy Hayes
April 8, 2015
Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The men’s tennis team lost their first game this season to the Salem State Vikings, 5-4. The Vikings won four of the six singles matches, which was the unraveling for the Rams. Winning three doubles matches 2-1, the Rams couldn’t afford a loss in doubles play. Calixto Romero, 2014 GNAC ...

Sarah Chasse looks to finish softball career strong

Sarah Chasse looks to finish softball career strong

Sammy Hurwitz
March 25, 2015
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

When she’s on the mound, batters are staring down the barrel of a loaded gun. Sarah Chasse, a senior, is ready to begin her final campaign as the team’s resident ace, and captain. Chasse will be entering her fourth year on the team, but this season is different. It’s her last, and she is one...

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