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Women’s hockey loses two close games to Endicott, drops to 1-2

Women’s hockey loses two close games to Endicott, drops to 1-2

Jamie Taris, Staff Writer March 9, 2021

Despite a solid showing against a strong opponent, the Suffolk women’s hockey team lost back-to-back games against Endicott this weekend.  Going into the weekend, it was clear that Endicott would...

Suffolks Alex Kolowrat warms up before Sundays matchup against Nichols, in which he recorded a hat trick

Kolowrat hat trick leads men’s hockey to opening day triumph

Ricardo Orphanos , Journal Contributor March 5, 2021

After 378 days since their last game, the men’s hockey team got their first win of the 2021 season with a victory over Nichols College Sunday. With goals scored by Gavin O’Neill and Griffin Clark,...

Womens hockey head coach Taylor Wasylk talks strategy to her team before their first game in almost a year

Women’s hockey starts shortened season with first opening day-win in program history

Jamie Taris, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

After 350 days of being away from competitive play, the Suffolk women’s hockey team defeated Nichols 5-3 on Friday for their first opening day win in program history.  The game got out to a fast...

Wasylk bringing NWHL experience back to Suffolk

Wasylk bringing NWHL experience back to Suffolk

Kayla Dalton, Journal Contributor February 23, 2021

Suffolk University’s head women’s hockey coach, Taylor Wasylk, was slated to play in the National Women’s Hockey League’s (NWHL) semifinals on Feb. 4, but due to COVID-19, all games in the league...

Hockey, basketball get green light for non-conference competition

Hockey, basketball get green light for non-conference competition

JD Conte and Ricardo Orphanos February 17, 2021

It has been almost a year since any official sporting events took place at Suffolk University, but that trend is finally over for most of the school’s winter sports teams. Suffolk Athletics announced...

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Shooting for champion status

Hannah Arroyo and JD Conte March 4, 2020

The Suffolk women’s hockey team is only in their second year of existence, but this season they find themselves the only Suffolk team still standing in the playoffs out of all the winter sports. A 2-1...

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Burton skates past the competition, leads team stats

Morgan Hume February 5, 2020

From Illinois to Massachusetts, Maddy Burton’s passion for hockey has never dwindled. Now, the Suffolk junior is proving her skills as a forward on the university’s women’s hockey team. Despite...

Courtesy of Suffolk Athletics

Women’s hockey skates into second season

Stephen J. Rykola November 13, 2019

Suffolk Women’s Hockey officially dropped the puck to kickoff their second season in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC). In their inaugural season the Rams finished with 15 wins and made the playoffs,...

Photo Courtesy of Nathan Pickett

Freshman goalie makes mark early in season

JD Conte November 13, 2019

One freshman hockey player recently earned an accolade no Suffolk athlete has ever achieved. For his performance in the season opener against Franklin Pierce University, goalie Nathan Pickett earned Suffolk’s...

Hannah Arroyo / Sports Editor

Women’s hockey: A new era begins

Andrew Laird October 31, 2018

On Saturday Oct. 27, Suffolk students, faculty and alumni braved the pouring rain and punishing wind chill to pack the stands of the Porrazzo Skating Rink in East Boston. They were all there with one purpose:...

Hannah Arroyo / Sports Editor

Men’s hockey laces up for first season in NEHC

Hannah Arroyo October 24, 2018

Suffolk men’s hockey will drop the puck on their 39th season on Friday and look to compete against a whole new set of teams as they enter the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC). Leaving behind the...

Breaking the ice

Breaking the ice

Andrew Laird September 27, 2018

The intimidation that comes along with building a program is tough on any seasoned coach, but for a first-time head coach, the pressure is felt even more. Taylor Wasylk walked into the athletics office...

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