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Anthony Del Prete seeks consistent baseball season

Anthony Del Prete seeks consistent baseball season

Sammy Hurwitz

March 4, 2015

It’s March, which means Bostonians are one step closer to sunshine and bearable weather. It also means that baseball season is on the horizon, and for the Rams, opening day couldn’t come any sooner. Anthony Del Prete will be managing the Rams for his début season as head coach. Del Prete, who...

Suffolk athletes earn All-Conference honors

Suffolk athletes earn All-Conference honors

Jeremy Hayes

March 4, 2015

All Suffolk sports fell short of a conference title, but some student athletes took home honors from their respective conferences. Women's basketball player Iliana Quadri earned a first team All-Conference selection. The senior guard led the Lady Rams in scoring averaging 12.9 points per game in...

Season ends for men’s basketball

Season ends for men’s basketball

Sammy Hurwitz

February 25, 2015

The Rams season came to an abrupt halt Tuesday with the team falling to Albertus Magnus by a final score of 108-82. The Rams end the season with an 8-18 record, after suffering through a sickness and injury-ridden February, in which the team lost eight of their nine games. Junior forward-guard...

Men’s hockey could not handle Curry

Men’s hockey could not handle Curry

February 18, 2015

By Ian Kea The men’s hockey team put up a fight Saturday evening, but it was not enough to pull out a win. The Rams struck first in their ECAC Northeast game against Curry College on a goal from leading team scorer, sophomore forward Stanton Turner assisted by junior defenseman Shaughn Shields. Nearly...

Men’s basketball falls short at home to Anna Maria

Men’s basketball falls short at home to Anna Maria

Sammy Hurwitz

February 18, 2015

By Sammy Hurwitz With just two games remaining in the regular season for the men’s basketball team, it’s almost time to shift the focus to next year’s outlook. Fifty percent of this year’s squad is comprised of juniors, which bodes well for next season. Jake Meister, the Rams’ junior...

Sam Nwadike’s offense taking GNAC by storm

Sam Nwadike’s offense taking GNAC by storm

February 12, 2015

By Ian Kea Although recent road struggles have pinned down the men’s basketball team, they still find themselves in a competitive situation being within a game of Emmanuel and Lasell in conference play. The Rams have an opportunity to place themselves fifth in the GNAC standings, rising above...

Men’s hockey catapults to victory Saturday

November 22, 2014

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Men’s basketball fall short on road to Daniel Webster

Men’s basketball fall short on road to Daniel Webster

November 19, 2014

By Lauren Spencer The Suffolk University men’s basketball team has fallen short in two of their first three games this season, but head coach Adam Nelson is looking up. Tuesday night the Rams traveled to Daniel Webster College, falling to the Eagles 90-88 in the game’s final seconds. Seni...

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 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...

Scenes from the Temple Street Fair

Scenes from the Temple Street Fair

September 18, 2014

Suffolk University held the Temple Street Fair from noon to 2 p.m. on Thursday. Our photographers mixed and mingled during the fair as the afternoon sun beat down on Temple Street, capturing shots of student involvement at Suffolk. Photos by Craig Martin and Jonathan Acosta Abi Hassan. [imagebrowser...

Ram profile: Suffolk baseball’s Matthew Brenner

Ram profile: Suffolk baseball’s Matthew Brenner

Melissa Hanson

June 5, 2014

At the ECAC championship on May 11, freshman and catcher Matthew Brenner was pleased the Suffolk Rams had stepped up their game after another loss to rival St. Joseph’s College in Maine. Brenner said the defeat to St. Joseph’s was “definitely tough for the older guys because they had lost to...

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