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College recruiting: Leyden’s never-ending off-season

College recruiting: Leyden’s never-ending off-season

Jeremy Hayes

April 8, 2015

College sports fans love this time of the year because most high school student athletes declare where they will attend college. Things work differently with Suffolk athletics than other collegiate teams since they are a Division III school. Division I and II offer athletic scholarships according...

Softball wins eight straight games

Softball wins eight straight games

Jeremy Hayes

April 8, 2015

The term “hot streak” does not do the softball team justice. The Lady Rams are on fire. The softball team conquered Salem State in a doubleheader Monday, which extends their winning streak to eight games. They won the first game 14-5 in five innings, then won 9-6 in the second game against...

Softball prepare for a jam-packed week of games

Softball prepare for a jam-packed week of games

Sammy Hurwitz

April 1, 2015

With a 7-5 record, the softball team finds itself in the middle of a packed week with six games through Saturday. The Lady Rams opened up the week splitting a doubleheader against Albertus Magnus. In the first matinée game, the Lady Rams pulled out a victory in a close affair, winning by a final...

Quadri sisters both play major role for women’s basketball

Quadri sisters both play major role for women’s basketball

Sammy Hurwitz

February 25, 2015

You may know who Cal and Billy Ripken are: the brother tandem who played together for the Baltimore Orioles. How about the Staal brothers, Eric, Jordan and Jared, of the Carolina Hurricanes? But have you heard of Suffolk University’s Illiana and Alex Quadri? The Lady Rams have their own sibling...

Brillaud, Lady Rams win quarterfinals against Rivier

Brillaud, Lady Rams win quarterfinals against Rivier

Jeremy Hayes

February 25, 2015

The women’s basketball team got their revenge against the Rivier Raiders in the GNAC quarterfinals. The Lady Rams lost to the Raiders last Thursday, 72-55. Coach Ed Leyden appeared more than content with the Lady Rams’ performance defeating the Raiders, 60-45. “They’re a high-scoring team....

Women’s basketball extend win streak against Saint Joesph’s

Women’s basketball extend win streak against Saint Joesph’s

Jeremy Hayes

February 18, 2015

The fans in Regan Gymnasium were thrilled to see women’s basketball win their fourth straight game Tuesday night. The Lady Rams, 7-2 in the conference, defeated GNAC opponent Saint Joseph’s Monks 68-51. The women on the Rams and Coach Ed Leyden seemed excited but calm in their one-sided victory,...

Iliana Quadri joins 1,000 point club, helps Rams win

Iliana Quadri joins 1,000 point club, helps Rams win

Jeremy Hayes

February 12, 2015

Iliana Quadri’s historic night for women’s basketball ended with her passing 1,000-career points in a win against UMass Boston. In their most recent win on the road, the Lady Rams defeated Albertus Magnus, 77-72. Quadri went off offensively, leading the team with a season high of 30 points, and...

Athlete’s volleyball season stumped by injury

Athlete’s volleyball season stumped by injury

Jeremy Hayes

November 19, 2014

Second in series on injured athletes. Freshman Megan Corriea's journey to play collegiate volleyball has hit a roadblock. Corriea, who has only suffered minor injuries through her athletic career, has missed all but three matches this season for Suffolk University women’s volleyball. She at first thought her i...

Iliana Quadri keeps Lady Rams fast

Iliana Quadri keeps Lady Rams fast

November 19, 2014

By Ian Kea Ranked third by the head coaches in the 2014-15 GNAC Women’s Basketball Preseason Poll, the Lady Rams basketball squad has much to be confident about going into the season, especially after defeating Yeshiva University in their first exhibition game of the season Saturday by 47 points. ...

Coach Mickelson brings new hope for volleyball

Coach Mickelson brings new hope for volleyball

September 24, 2014

By Grant Fries Working for the marketing department at Northeastern University by day and coaching volleyball by night, Kristine Mickelson walks and talks like someone who knows what she’s doing. It’s this confidence that helped lead Suffolk Women’s Volleyball to their first playoff tournament...

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...

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

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...

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