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Cross-Country teams finding success in fun-filled season

Mike Giannattasio

October 5, 2010


Filed under Cross Country, Inside the Journal, Sports

Mike Giannattasio Journal Staff The members of the Suffolk University men’s and women’s cross country teams are always working hard to achieve their goals. The team is having a great season and most importantly all the players are having fun. The men’s and women’s cross country teams ha...

Freshman named GNAC rookie of week

October 5, 2010


Filed under Sports, Volleyball

Suffolk freshman volleyball player Jacqueline Dugas was recently named Great Northeast Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week for Oct. 4. Read More »...

Sports briefs Sept. 29, 2010

September 29, 2010


Filed under Golf, Uncategorized

Rays' fan base called out by players While the Tampa Bay Rays are battling for the top spot in the American League East, their fan base has been a topic of discussion.  The team is on track to qualify for the playoffs for the second time in three seasons, but the organization is still having a h...

Opinion: A summer of ups and downs for the city of Boston

Alex Mellion

September 22, 2010


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Alex Mellion Journal Staff Boston-area sports teams experienced both highs and lows this summer.  It was like a Clint Eastwood movie: there was the good (The Boston Celtics making a surprising run to the NBA finals, despite being counted out by the so called ‘experts’), the bad (The Boston ...

Baseball, softball teams return home from out-of-state swings

Dan Ryan

March 24, 2010


Filed under Baseball, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan Members of the Suffolk baseball and softball teams joined some of their college counterparts in jetting off to warmer locales for spring break, but beaches and sun weren’t the main things on these student athletes’ minds; they were after wins as well. As has become tradi...

Sports Briefs March 3, 2010

March 3, 2010


Filed under Hockey, Uncategorized

Gold medal game pulls huge numbers Sunday's gold medal hockey game between Canada and the United States wasn't just huge on the ice, but on the airwaves as well. The game, which is being called one of the most exciting and intense ever played by some pundits, was watched by 27.6 million people in the Un...

Men’s baseball seeking to continue recent success

Alex Mellion

March 3, 2010


Filed under Baseball, Sports

Article by: Alex Mellion "The past few years we have done very well in the GNAC. We have proven ourselves [to be] one of the teams to beat." One of Suffolk’s most successful teams in recent years, the baseball team is looking to experience the same success this season that they’ve seemingly seen...

Lady Rams invited to ECAC tourney

March 3, 2010


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Despite their first-round exit in the GNAC playoffs, the 2009-2010 season will continue for the Lady Rams. Suffolk’s women’s basketball team was one of two GNAC teams to be selected for participation in the ECAC New England Women’s College Basketball Tournament. The other GNAC team selected...

Lady Rams eliminated from GNAC tournament

March 3, 2010


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Lose to Albertus Magnus, 82-81 Article by: Christian Petruzzi The Suffolk women’s basketball team is sometimes overshadowed by men’s sports, but sports fans of the University should take note: these young ladies are primed to make some noise in the years to come. Led by 16 year head coach Ed ...

Rams’ season comes to an end against JWU

Dan Ryan

March 3, 2010


Filed under Hockey, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan The Suffolk hockey season came to an end on Sunday when the third-seeded Rams were upset by the visitors from Johnson & Wales, the sixth-seed in the ECAC Northeast tournament, by a score of 3-1 at Steriti Rink in the North End. Jeff Rose made 36 saves for the Rams in the loss...

Vienneau a key part of Lady Rams’ surprising success

Matt West

February 24, 2010


Filed under Basketball, Sports

Rookie point guard fitting right in during her first season at Suffolk Article by: Matt West With five freshmen currently on the women’s basketball team, there were certainly lessons to be learned and experience to be gained as this past season progressed. Despite the reputation Suffolk ha...

Three-peat: Rose named GNAC Goalie of the Week again

Dan Ryan

February 24, 2010


Filed under Hockey, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan Another week, another goaltending honor for Suffolk’s Jeff Rose. On Monday, Rose was named the GNAC Goalie of the Week for the third straight week. The Collinsville, Conn., native went 2-0 on the week, running the Rams’ win streak to a season-high five straight games. Rose stopp...

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