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Suffolk women’s soccer starts with a streak

Suffolk women’s soccer starts with a streak

Hannah Arroyo

September 21, 2016

Suffolk University’s women’s soccer team has started the season off on quite a roll. Last year the team ended with an overall record of 4-15. Kicking off last season, the team had only one win in six games. Their goals per game average was 1.05 and their opponents outscored them 64-20 in overall...

Daniels achieves goal, wins honors

Daniels achieves goal, wins honors

Skylar To

November 18, 2015

A week after the end of Suffolk University’s men’s soccer season, center back and first-year captain Ben Daniels learned from new head coach James Boden that he earned GNAC (Greater Northeast Athletic Conference) Honors. Junior Daniels, who won the same title last season, said that he was a little sur...

No GNAC trophies, but plenty of honors

No GNAC trophies, but plenty of honors

Jeremy Hayes

November 5, 2014

There will be no shiny trophies for Suffolk University this fall season, but plenty of honors to go around. No team at Suffolk had as much success as the Lady Rams tennis team. After their elimination in the GNAC semi-finals, the Lady Rams still managed to walk away with a solid team record and...

Men’s soccer needs to kick into gear as they approach postseason

Men’s soccer needs to kick into gear as they approach postseason

October 22, 2014

by Madeline Scovotti They battled their way through an aggressive game filled with injuries, missing players, and plenty of yellow cards, but the odds were stacked just too high against the Suffolk University Rams for them to pull out a victory against Emmanuel College last Saturday night. With the ...

Women’s soccer not backing down to anyone

Women’s soccer not backing down to anyone

October 8, 2014

By Madeline Scovotti After matches filled with miserable weather and double overtime games, the women’s soccer team ended their week with their third consecutive tie.  Last Wednesday, the team played Saint Joseph’s College of Maine and tied 2-2 with all four goals scored in the second half. The Lady ...

Ben Daniels helping men’s soccer run toward the GNAC playoffs

Ben Daniels helping men’s soccer run toward the GNAC playoffs

Sammy Hurwitz

October 8, 2014

By Sammy Hurwitz He’s not Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany. He’s not Chelsea’s John Terry. He’s Suffolk University’s Ben Daniels, and he’s helping to pace the 2014 Men’s soccer team’s defense. After dropping their first four games, the Rams have bounced back in a big way, winning...

Men’s soccer playing tough, and pulling together wins

Men’s soccer playing tough, and pulling together wins

October 1, 2014

By Madeline Scovotti The cheering coming from the men’s locker room could be heard from the opposite end of the Dilboy Stadium Saturday night as Suffolk’s men’s soccer team celebrated an impressive victory over Johnson & Wales University with a final score of 2-0. Both of the Ram’s...

Men’s soccer seek to make an impact

Men’s soccer seek to make an impact

September 24, 2014

By Ian Kea After a tough 2013 campaign, the Suffolk University men’s soccer squad seeks to make a larger impact in 2014. With the addition of five new freshmen to the roster, the Rams hope to find a balance of fresh faces with veteran experience. With a string of losses early on this seas...

Erika Nelson, soccer squad look for consistency

Erika Nelson, soccer squad look for consistency

September 24, 2014

By Ian Kea George Dilboy Memorial Stadium, the home of the women’s soccer team, is dormant no more as the girls of fall are back at it. After a competitive showing in the GNAC conference tournament last year in which they finished second in the conference, the Lady Rams are seeking this season to win it all. So far in...

Underclassmen abundance factors in women’s soccer

Underclassmen abundance factors in women’s soccer

Will Senar

September 17, 2014

The Suffolk University women’s soccer team opened their season with a convincing win against Newbury College. The game ended 4-1 for the Lady Rams, with freshman Erika Nelson leading the way with two goals. Despite a great first game, the Rams were unlucky in their next three games as they lost...

MLS talent proves it is not just a “retirement league”

MLS talent proves it is not just a “retirement league”

Vassili Stroganov

April 9, 2014

The sport that most people in America used to ignore is finally on its way to become a major sport. The Major League Soccer is growing every year and is on its way to transform from a retirement league for European star players to a league of choice. The competition, the team’s budgets and the star...

Mr. Premier League – glorious career lacking toward end

Mr. Premier League – glorious career lacking toward end

Vassili Stroganov

February 19, 2014

He might be 40 years old and have gray hair, but he is still as fast as an 18-year-old out there on the soccer field. The man is the pride of English soccer and a true legend – Ryan Giggs. Giggs is the most decorated English soccer player of all time. He has played soccer at the highest level for Manchester...

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