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Lady Rams push towards playoffs

Lady Rams push towards playoffs

Andrew Pease

February 5, 2019

The Suffolk women’s basketball team is well on their way to a high playoff seed this year. After losing their first game of the season, the Lady Rams have gone 17-4 since, as well as having an 8-1 conference record. Jenni-Rose DiCecco, who lead the Lady Rams to the Greater Northeast Athletic Conf...

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 ...

Women’s tennis looking more comfortable

Women’s tennis looking more comfortable

Will Senar

October 8, 2014

The Suffolk University women’s tennis team is looking to avenge their recent loss against Springfield last Thursday with their upcoming games this week, Mount Ida and Anna Maria, on Wednesday and Saturday, respectively. Their loss broke a four-game win streak and  came after having played three ...

Ruys, Quadri look to help lead women’s basketball to win

Ruys, Quadri look to help lead women’s basketball to win

Jeremy Hayes

November 6, 2013

A new season with a new look, that is what the Suffolk University women’s basketball team has ahead of them. The Lady Rams were one of the best teams in the GNAC last season, but have lost their two captains in graduated guards Jacqueline Vienneau and Lindsey Rogers. Vienneau had more playing time...

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