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Becca Eshoo, Lady Rams prepare for back-to-back conference games

Becca Eshoo, Lady Rams prepare for back-to-back conference games

Jeremy Hayes

September 24, 2014


Filed under Sports, Tennis

In a major conference week for Suffolk University women’s tennis team, the Lady Rams are set to face two conference opponents. The Lady Rams (0-4) lost to Simmons College 7-2 in their home opener at Buckingham, Browne, and Nicholas in Cambridge, Mass. The only two home wins were in singles from...

The grand success of the men’s tennis team

The grand success of the men’s tennis team

Jeremy Hayes

June 5, 2014


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

Tennis may not be America’s most thrilling sport, but for Suffolk University, the tennis team has had an overwhelming amount of success. In the past two years, the Rams have made it to the Great North Eastern Conference (GNAC) Championships, but have fallen short to Rampapo both years. The defeats...

Men’s Tennis dominates Emerson College

Men’s Tennis dominates Emerson College

Jeremy Hayes

April 16, 2014


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

They came. They saw. They conquered. The Suffolk University tennis team took no prisoners against Emerson College, and they took the day with a 5-1 victory. The first three matches of the contest were forfeits by the Lions due to their lack of players. The Lions only brought four players to...

Men’s Tennis survives against Rhode Island College

Men’s Tennis survives against Rhode Island College

Jeremy Hayes

April 2, 2014


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The Suffolk University tennis team had a close call Tuesday night against Rhode Island College, but it was able to pull out the win. The Rams (2-0) won the day 6-3, but featured plenty of difficult matches, two of which went into a sudden death set. Team captain Drew Reilly, won his match, but...

Men’s tennis: Team of champions

Men’s tennis: Team of champions

Jeremy Hayes

March 26, 2014


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The North Champions of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) are back and hitting the tennis courts this April. The Suffolk University Rams are coming off another successful year and look to continue their streak of championships. Although they did not win it all in the new formatted divisions...

Women’s tennis looks to improve on 2013 season

Women’s tennis looks to improve on 2013 season

Jeremy Hayes

September 18, 2013


Filed under Sports, Tennis

Suffolk University’s women’s tennis team is back in full swing as they are three games into the 2013 season. It has been a rocky start for the Lady Rams starting out 0-3, but they will still have plenty of conference games to try and make it to the postseason. Senior tennis player Stacey Politis...

Men’s Tennis Looking to Rebound into Postseason Down the Final Stretch

Men’s Tennis Looking to Rebound into Postseason Down the Final Stretch

Jeremy Hayes

April 17, 2013


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The Suffolk Men’s tennis team has not been at the top of its game this season, but the Rams are not finished yet. They still appear to be confident heading into the final games of the season with a 3-5 record. The Rams have had some close matches throughout the season, and continue to struggle on...

Men’s Tennis Rebounds After Tough Start, Edge Wentworth 5-4

Jeremy Hayes

April 9, 2013


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The Suffolk Rams’ men’s tennis team is off to a shaky start, but look like they are pulling themselves together. The Rams defeated Wentworth in their home opener after being down 4-0 in the match, the Rams made the comeback. “There was a lot of pressure on us to win this game... we thought...

Men’s Tennis stumbles out of the gate, look to improve vs. Wentworth

Men’s Tennis stumbles out of the gate, look to improve vs. Wentworth

Jeremy Hayes

March 28, 2013


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The defending champions did not start out the season the way they hoped, as the Suffolk University men’s tennis team lost to Emerson College 9-0. It is certainly not the way the Rams wanted to start their season, but it is still too early to hit the panic button. The Rams only lost one game last...

Women’s Tennis Knocked Out of GNAC Playoffs Despite Strong Finish in The Regular Season

Women’s Tennis Knocked Out of GNAC Playoffs Despite Strong Finish in The Regular Season

Vassili Stroganov

October 24, 2012


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The women’s tennis team just finished their season with a 7-8 record in total play while achieving a 4-4 record in the GNAC Championship. The Lady Rams looked invincible by the end of the regular season, securing a hot streak of four wins in a row including an 8-1 power demonstration against UMASS...

Women’s Tennis White-Hot Entering Playoffs

Women’s Tennis White-Hot Entering Playoffs

Jeremy Hayes

October 17, 2012


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

In every sport, all that matters for a team in the end is winning. For the women’s tennis team at Suffolk University, they are going into the playoffs with a winning mentality. The Lady Rams head into the playoffs on a four game win streak, their longest streak of the season. In the past four games,...

Womens’ Tennis Picks up the Pace in Final Week of the Season

Womens’ Tennis Picks up the Pace in Final Week of the Season

Jeremy Hayes

October 11, 2012


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The Suffolk University women’s tennis team is going into the final week of the season with a great start, by defeating Mount Ida on Columbus Day 9-0. The win improved their overall record to 5-7, placing them sixth in the conference. The Lady Rams are 3-4 in conference play. The Rams will now face...

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