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Ram Roundup: A semester of Suffolk sports through the lens of Journal photographers

Jamie Taris
Sophomore midfielder Miguel Varela looks for a yellow card from the referee after being tripped late in the Commonwealth Coast Conference championship at Roger Williams University on Nov 5. This was a crucial point, as the Rams had closed their deficit to 2-1, and was putting heavy pressure on the Roger Williams defense. The no-call allowed Roger Williams to take control of the ball until time expired, securing their 2-1 victory.

Men’s cross-country at the Suffolk Invitational at Franklin Park on Oct. 15. The Rams placed 3rd out of 22 schools.

Men’s soccer’s quarterfinal win vs. Salve Regina at East Boston Memorial Park on Oct. 29. The Rams won in penalty kicks, after overtime ended in a 3-3 tie.

Men’s soccer at Roger Williams University in the Commonwealth Coast Conference championship on Nov. 5. Despite a late push, the Rams lost 2-1.

Women’s hockey’s 10-1 win vs. Nichols College at the Porrazzo Rink on Nov. 11.

Women’s hockey’s 2-1 overtime loss vs. Endicott College at the Porrazzo Rink on Nov. 18.

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Jamie Taris, Managing Editor | he/him
Jamie is a senior broadcast journalism major and public relations minor from Pelham, New Hampshire. He has a deep passion for sports, especially hockey and football, and hopes to make his way into the sports media field after graduation. Outside of the Journal, Jamie is very involved with Suffolk's orientation department, and he's a member of Suffolk's Program Council. When he's not obsessing over the latest sports news, you can usually find Jamie hiking or camping in the White Mountains, or exploring the city with his friends. Follow Jamie on Twitter @JamieTaris
Leo Woods, Photo Editor | he/him

Leo is a senior political science major with a minor in journalism from Clinton, Conn. He has photographed political events, protests, performing arts groups and documented Boston Pride for the People for the History Project. Outside of Suffolk, Leo is an avid Dungeons and Dragons player and podcast listener. After graduation, he plans on attending law school and working in politics.

Follow Leo on Twitter @leowoods108

JD Conte, Sports Editor | he/him
JD is a senior from Wallingford, Conn. double majoring in political science and broadcast journalism. Aside from writing for the journal, JD can often be found in Studio 73 working on his broadcast skills. Off-campus JD can be found watching all the Boston and UCONN sports teams. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends in various spots around the city, especially in East Boston and the North End. After graduation JD hopes to work in a newsroom full-time or pursue a career in the sports industry. Follow JD on Twitter @jdconte617 Email him at [email protected]

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Ram Roundup: A semester of Suffolk sports through the lens of Journal photographers