The Suffolk Journal

Women’s soccer earns NSCAA silver medal

Dan Ryan

January 27, 2010

Filed under Soccer, Sports

Article by: Dan Ryan Even though the season ended a few months back, Ernst Cleophat’s Lady Rams soccer team received a positive accolade earlier this month for their play as a team over the course of the year. The team was given the Silver Award by the National Soccer Coaches’ Association of A...

Men’s basketball team shares skills with youngsters

January 27, 2010

Filed under Basketball, Sports

Trip marks fifth consecutive year of the team giving back to the community While most of Suffolk’s students were enjoying the last few days of winter break, the members of the men’s basketball team were busy visiting area elementary schools to both share their bas...

Sports Briefs Jan. 27, 2010

January 27, 2010

Filed under Soccer, Uncategorized

“Big Baby” all grown up? Apparently Glen Davis no longer wants to be “Big Baby.” The Boston Celtics' forward who has found himself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons at times this season, mentioned to reporters that he was tired of the nickname and was looking for something new. A...

Riddled with injuries, men’s basketball struggles

Mike Giannattasio

January 27, 2010

Filed under Basketball, Sports

Despite rough stretches, young core gaining invaluable in-game experience Article by: Mike Giannattasio "We need to win a few more league games to achieve our goal of making the playoffs. We get better every day...we could be dangerous as soon as we can put a complete team together." 4-0, the Suff...

Suffolk team updates: runnin’ Rams and more

Ethan M. Long

October 21, 2009

Filed under Cross Country, Sports

Golf team competes in 75th Annual NEIGA Championship The Suffolk University men’s golf team competed in the first round of the 75th Annual New England Intercollegiate Golf Association Championship earlier this week, finishing 37th out of the tournament’s 39 teams, ahead of GNAC rival St. Joseph...

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