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Suffolk Men’s Basketball Falls to Eastern Nazarene in Final Three Minutes

Suffolk Men’s Basketball Falls to Eastern Nazarene in Final Three Minutes

Vassili Stroganov

November 29, 2012


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Even the word thriller is not strong enough to describe the Rams' game against Eastern Nazarene last Tuesday at the Regan Ridgeway Gym. The 135 spectators who were watching the game from the sidelines certainly got to witness a real “swish” with entertainment until the very end. Sometimes there was...

Durant slams 29 as the Thunder Fall Short to the Celtics

Durant slams 29 as the Thunder Fall Short to the Celtics

November 29, 2012


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Roy Ben-Joseph  Journal Staff Entering their 13th game of the 2012/2013 season, the Celtics had a disappointing record of 6-6. As disappointing as the .500 record is, Celtics fans must face the reality. Their team is not as talented as it has been in the past. Losing Ray Allen in the off-season t...

Men’s Basketball Enter the Season with High Hopes

Vassili Stroganov

November 7, 2012


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

The Suffolk University men’s basketball team simply can’t wait for the season to start. The team has been working very hard and there is no doubt that the Rams are only focused on one thing this year; they want to win the GNAC championship and end the depressing 11 year trophy-less streak this season....

Women’s Basketball Coach Optimistic as Season Approaches

Alex Hall

November 7, 2012


Filed under Basketball, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Suffolk University’s women’s basketball team has been one of the school’s most productive athletic programs for a decade and coach Leyden believes this year will be more of the same. “Our goal is to play smart basketball in the second half of the season and play in March. I think we have solid...

New Faces, Youth Will be the Key to the C’s Success

New Faces, Youth Will be the Key to the C’s Success

November 7, 2012


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Brendan Martin  Journal Staff The Boston Celtics came into the season with high expectations from players, coaches, management, and most importantly their fans. While some so called experts from ESPN and Sports Illustrated have been pretty down on the Celtics in preseason power rankings, the chatter all ...

Celtics Season Preview: Why Banner 18 is on the Horizon

Celtics Season Preview: Why Banner 18 is on the Horizon

October 24, 2012


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Chris Frangolini  Journal Contributor Call me old fashioned, but I believe in the good old days when basketball was not a monopoly. Now-a-days, players go to big markets with big budgets, forming powerhouses like Los Angeles and Miami. With today’s mindset of basketball it’s obvious that tea...

DS: David Stern’s Double Standard ‘Basketball Reasons’

DS: David Stern’s Double Standard ‘Basketball Reasons’

Alex Hall

September 19, 2012


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Last year, the Los Angeles Lakers and New Orleans Hornets agreed to a trade that would send superstar point guard Chris Paul to the city of angels; until the NBA got involved. Association commissioner David Stern elected to veto the three-team trade between Houston, Los Angeles and New Orleans infamously...

Rogers making impact on two different teams

Rogers making impact on two different teams

Alex Mellion

June 6, 2011


Filed under Basketball, Softball, Sports

Imagine being a full time college student, and at the same time, a two-sport collegiate athlete.  Sounds like you’ll basically be doing either schoolwork or have some type of practice or game at any given point in the day, and have no time to yourself right? Well junior Lindsay Rogers does just that,...

Dwight Howard trade rumors swirling

Dwight Howard trade rumors swirling

Alex Hall

June 6, 2011


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Rumors are heating up about the possibility of the Orlando Magic losing their all-star center to a handful of teams with a higher upside of holding the NBA championship within the next few seasons. This was the story of one time Magic great Shaquille O’Neal...

Women’s basketball win GNAC opening round game

Women’s basketball win GNAC opening round game

Matt West

February 23, 2011


Filed under Basketball, Featured Stories, Sports

The women’s basketball team finished the season with a 16-9 overall record. In the process, the Lady Rams secured themselves the No. 2 seed in the Great North East Athletic Conference tournament. The team is sitting near the top of the conference standings in large part due to their impressive play...

Rams Basketball 3-2 through the First Month of the Season

Alex Hall

February 3, 2011


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Alex Hall Journal Staff The first month of the season for Rams basketball is over and this squad has already been able to surpass last seasons win total. Coach Nelson has his team off to a 3-2 start to the season, with key wins over out of conference opponent Eastern Nazarene and as well as taking...

Lady Rams return core players, eye conference title

Lady Rams return core  players, eye conference title

Alex Mellion

November 10, 2010


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Alex Mellion Journal Staff The Suffolk women’s basketball team is looking to improve upon last season’s disappointing 14-13 finish, and will return many of its core players.  The team finished last year with an 84-56 loss to Keene State in the ECAC tournament. The loss came a little more th...

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