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Iliana Quadri keeps Lady Rams fast

Iliana Quadri keeps Lady Rams fast

November 19, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

By Ian Kea Ranked third by the head coaches in the 2014-15 GNAC Women’s Basketball Preseason Poll, the Lady Rams basketball squad has much to be confident about going into the season, especially after defeating Yeshiva University in their first exhibition game of the season Saturday by 47 points. ...

Celtics preview: Surprises this season?

Celtics preview: Surprises this season?

Sammy Hurwitz

October 29, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports

by Sammy Hurwitz As the NBA tips off this week, the Boston Celtics’ season is still up in the air. Overall, the Celtics are still very young, and their contending status is very much in the air. It has become evident that this team goes as Rajon Rondo goes. Meaning that “no Rondo” will li...

Rondo’s injury hurts his leadership capability

Rondo’s injury hurts his leadership capability

Jeremy Hayes

October 1, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Rajon Rondo was stuck on the sidelines for the first half of the 2013-14 season after a devastating ACL tear. The veteran point guard returned for only 30 games, and although productive, did not make a large enough impact to help the Celtics win games. Rondo will miss even more precious time now,...

Jessica Bard: My team is family

Jessica Bard: My team is family

Vassili Stroganov

March 26, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The second of two profiles on senior women's basketball players. College athletics is an incredible experience that cannot be compared to other college activities and clubs. Being part of a team through good and bad in the stretch of four years is something you will never forget. The feeling of wa...

Marcus Smart incident raises questions about fan behavior

Marcus Smart incident raises questions about fan behavior

February 26, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports

By Chris Frangolini In today’s society, we people value athletes as heroes. One thing we often forget is that they are also human beings as well. They feel pain, they cry, they even get mad. There has been a lot of controversy surrounding Oklahoma State Cowboys guard Marcus Smart. Smart was involved...

Women’s Basketball loses in upset against Johnson & Wales

Women’s Basketball loses in upset   against Johnson & Wales

Jeremy Hayes

February 26, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The most anticipated rematch of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference playoffs did not disappoint. Unfortunately for the Suffolk University Lady Rams, it meant the end of their season with a loss to Johnson &Wales. It has been a rocky season for the Lady Rams up until this point, having trouble...

Disappointing season for men’s basketball comes to an end with close loss to Saint Josephs of Maine

Disappointing season for men’s basketball comes to an end  with close loss to Saint Josephs of Maine

Vassili Stroganov

February 26, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Having finished the regular season with a loss against Norwich College, the Rams cannot be satisfied with their season. On Tuesday, the team  continued the unfortunate streak and lost 80-72 in the GNAC,  quarter-final to Saint Josephs of Maine. A rough season has come to an end. This year has not...

Snow postpones two games, final week of the season

Snow postpones two games, final week of the season

Jeremy Hayes

February 19, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Suffolk University’s women’s basketball season has had all kinds of twists and turns, it is only right that they team finish off the season with a surprise three-game week. Due to snow last Thursday, the Lady Rams will have to face MCLA this Thursday, a week after the contest was postponed. Little...

Inconsistent Celtics season – trades need to be made

Inconsistent Celtics season – trades need to be made

CJ Haddad

February 12, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports

The Boston Celtics are the most decorated team in the history of the National Basketball Association. Seventeen world championships have come through the historic parquet floor weather on the floor of the Boston Garden, or the TD Garden. Legends have come in and out of the Boston dressing room over the...

Men’s basketball looking for a great end to regular season

Men’s basketball looking for a great end to regular season

Vassili Stroganov

February 12, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

“You don’t always get what you wish for. You get what you work for” is the saying that the young Suffolk University Mens Basketball team have learned this year. Heading toward the end of regular season, the team is working harder than ever to finish strong and be fully prepared for the playoffs....

Women’s basketball stumbles into first losing streak in a year

Women’s basketball stumbles into first losing streak in a year

Jeremy Hayes

February 5, 2014


Filed under Basketball, Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The month of February is upon the Suffolk University Lady Rams, and basketball season is heading into the final month of regular season games. The Lady Rams have shown some inconsistency throughout the past two weeks, but are fighting to stay on their feet. From team captain Jennifer Ruys getting...

Why the NBA needs “Uniform”-ity

Why the NBA needs “Uniform”-ity

March 28, 2013


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Melissa Hanson  Asst. News Editor In the world of sports, what the players are wearing is never the first thing that comes to mind.  Fans would rather worry about the stats, performance, injuries, and trades of the players and their teams.  But, the fashion of national sports is not something th...

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