The Suffolk Journal

Andrew Pease

September 9, 2019

In the Lady Ram’s first meeting against Fitchburg State, the team came up short in double overtime, losing their home opener 2-1, last Saturday afternoon. After the game, Suffolk Head Coach Ashley Van Vechten stressed keeping confidence going forward. “To the team,” said Van Vechten in an...

Recent Suffolk graduate breaks into broadcast

Recent Suffolk graduate breaks into broadcast

Sean Cushing

March 27, 2019

Fresh off his 2018 graduation from Suffolk University, former broadcast journalism major Jacob Tobey has already landed a full-time position as a sports anchor/reporter for KJRH in Tulsa, Oklahoma. With his new job, Tobey has become the youngest person to ever hold a television sports position in Tulsa. ...

Men’s basketball prepares to heat up in Florida

Men’s basketball prepares to heat up in Florida

Andrew Pease

December 5, 2018

While many Suffolk students head home for winter break, the Suffolk men’s basketball team will take their talents down to Naples, Florida on Dec. 27 for a pair of regular season games. Bringing 17 players and a few coaches from the heart of Boston down to Florida may have been easy to sell to the t...

Suffolk student follows Celtics playoff run

Joe Rice

June 21, 2018

For many, the Boston Celtics unlikely 2018 playoff run unfolded on the screens of their television sets. For Clevis Murray, an incoming senior at Suffolk University, that was not the case. Murray had the opportunity to cover the team at each home game as a contributor for The Athletic Boston, a new ...

Ford Hall Forum sparks discussion about gender in sports

Ford Hall Forum sparks discussion about gender in sports

Hannah Arroyo

March 7, 2017

For many years women have fought for their rights in politics, the workplace and society as a whole. Today in the world of sports women still face the difficult task of being heard, hired and taken seriously for their hard work and commitment. Monday night’s Ford Hall Forum “Tomboy,” hosted inside Su...

Crampton assists courtside

Patrick Holmes

February 15, 2017

From making assists playing basketball to becoming a graduate assistant in the athletics department at Suffolk University, Carolyn Crampton has a passion for sports. She currently holds a position as a manager within the Michael and Larry Smith Fitness Center, an assistant coach to the women’s bas...

Davis breaks barrier for women in athletics

Davis breaks barrier for women in athletics

Skylar To

June 1, 2016

The 2015-16 season was better than Head Softball Coach Jaclyn Davis could have imagined. Davis led the team to its most winning record in history as the Lady Rams finished the regular season with a 33-9 record on May 4. Davis achieved her 100th career victory by 87 of those games as a result of her ...

Daniels achieves goal, wins honors

Daniels achieves goal, wins honors

Skylar To

November 18, 2015

A week after the end of Suffolk University’s men’s soccer season, center back and first-year captain Ben Daniels learned from new head coach James Boden that he earned GNAC (Greater Northeast Athletic Conference) Honors. Junior Daniels, who won the same title last season, said that he was a little sur...

Clash of the Rams: Season 4, Episode 6

Clash of the Rams: Season 4, Episode 6

Jeremy Hayes

March 31, 2015

Clash of the Rams talks about the Red Sox' upcoming season, the Patriots' offseason moves, and the Celtics' playoff push. Watch them discuss other topics during their "Ram Rants."

Big contracts buy zero rings for NFL teams

Big contracts buy zero rings for NFL teams

Jeremy Hayes

March 11, 2015

The NFL free agent frenzy has delivered some big dollar signs to deserving players. But, the problem is, those players realize they will not win a Super Bowl. A selection of successful athletes have earned big money contracts in years past. Those players include: Aaron Rodgers, Joe Flacco, Drew Bre...

Team IMPACT signs patient Luke Giuffrida

Team IMPACT signs patient Luke Giuffrida

February 25, 2015

By Lauren Spencer Cheers and applause echoed through Suffolk University’s Regan Gymnasium Thursday evening as Luke Giuffrida picked up his black-ink pen. This wasn’t NBA Draft Day but the 7-year-old’s excitement could have rivaled it. Giuffrida spent much of the day undergoing treatments...

Team IMPACT helps men’s basketball sign Cystic Fibrosis patient Luke Giuffrida

Team IMPACT helps men’s basketball sign Cystic Fibrosis patient Luke Giuffrida

February 20, 2015

Cheers and applause echoed through Suffolk University’s Regan Gymnasium early Thursday evening as Luke Giuffrida picked up his black-ink pen. This wasn’t NBA Draft Day but the 7-year-old’s excitement could have rivaled it. Giuffrida spent much of that day undergoing treatments and visiting with ...

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