The Suffolk Journal

Women’s tennis prepares for crucial conference matchups

Women’s tennis prepares for crucial conference matchups

Jeremy Hayes

September 17, 2014

The Suffolk University women’s tennis team has started relatively flat this season. The Lady Rams have not even had a sniff of conference competition, but have lost their first three games in a disappointing total set score of 3-24. The lack of winning sets the Lady Rams are facing is a minor concern...

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...

Coach Jaclyn Davis looking to change softball culture

Coach Jaclyn Davis looking to change softball culture

Alex Hall

April 16, 2014

Jaclyn Davis is less than two years into her time as Suffolk University softball coach but she has already noticed a change in the program. While the Lady Rams are currently fighting to improve upon their 4-10 conference record, they are also working hard on team building. “I think [this season]...

Jennifer Ruys reflects on her 4 fantastic years with the Rams

Jennifer Ruys reflects  on her 4 fantastic years with the Rams

Vassili Stroganov

March 5, 2014

One of two profiles on senior women's basketball players. By Vassili Stroganov and Will Senar Recently crowned with the honor of a GNAC All-Conference selection, senior Suffolk star Jennifer Ruys finished her remarkable career in style. Ruys has been a central part of the women’s basketball team for...

Snow postpones two games, final week of the season

Snow postpones two games, final week of the season

Jeremy Hayes

February 19, 2014

Suffolk University’s women’s basketball season has had all kinds of twists and turns, it is only right that they team finish off the season with a surprise three-game week. Due to snow last Thursday, the Lady Rams will have to face MCLA this Thursday, a week after the contest was postponed. Little...

Women’s basketball stumbles into first losing streak in a year

Women’s basketball stumbles into first losing streak in a year

Jeremy Hayes

February 5, 2014

The month of February is upon the Suffolk University Lady Rams, and basketball season is heading into the final month of regular season games. The Lady Rams have shown some inconsistency throughout the past two weeks, but are fighting to stay on their feet. From team captain Jennifer Ruys getting...

Women’s basketball cannot find answer against Bridgewater

Women’s basketball cannot find answer against Bridgewater

Jeremy Hayes

January 29, 2014

All teams will have to overcome adversity, and for the Suffolk University Lady Rams it has been easier said than done. The Lady Rams have had a tough road as the season lacks towards the end. The team cannot seem to create a wining streak, even with the return of team captain Jennifer Ruys. Their...

Lady Rams prepare for final game before winter break

Lady Rams prepare for final game before winter break

Jeremy Hayes

December 4, 2013

The Suffolk University women’s basketball team believes that the sky is the limit for this season. The Lady Rams have competed hard in the final games of 2013, before their long break for the winter to start back up again. The team had to take on Curry Colonels this past Monday for their final road...

Quadri scores MVP, leads Lady Rams in Regis Tip-Off Victory

Quadri scores MVP, leads Lady Rams in Regis Tip-Off Victory

Jeremy Hayes

November 20, 2013

Suffolk University women’s basketball roared out of the gate as it started the season  winning its tip-off tournament. The Lady Rams (2-0) began the 2013-2014 season with the Regis Pride Tournament, which was a four-team bracket held at Regis College. Its first opponent was MIT, who played tough,...

Women’s Tennis falls in the GNAC semifinals

Women’s Tennis falls in the GNAC semifinals

Vassili Stroganov

October 30, 2013

It’s been three years since the women’s tennis team last made it to the GNAC semifinals. This year the team has worked really hard and all that hard work paid off. The Lady Rams posted their best result since the 2009-2010 season. Last Saturday, the team faced Johnson & Wales in a nerve-wracking...

Playoffs on the horizon for volleyball

Playoffs on the horizon for volleyball

Jeremy Hayes

October 30, 2013

It has been an average year for Suffolk University’s Volleyball team, but all that can be left behind in the playoffs. After a lackluster year for the Lady Rams, they still have plenty to prove and will have a chance to. They have clinched the playoffs, and more importantly finished their regular...

Women’s Soccer set for quarterfinals

Women’s Soccer set for quarterfinals

Jeremy Hayes

October 30, 2013

It is that time of the season to either win or go home. Suffolk University’s women’s soccer team is set to tackle the GNAC playoffs and have the chance to upset Saint Joseph’s (ME) this Saturday, Nov. 2. The Lady Rams (6-11) have only won one of their last five games, but have a decent conference...

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