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Women’s soccer blows past competition

Andrew Pease

September 15, 2019

Wednesday night the Lady Rams travelled to Mass. Maritime Academy for their third game of the season, and spent the bus ride back to Boston celebrating their ten point shutout of the Buccaneers. Coming off their wrenching 1-0 loss to Fitchburg State College in double overtime just four nights prior,...

March madness event scores student midterm success

Andrew Pease / Journal Staff

Andrew Laird

March 27, 2019

The Suffolk Athletics Department and Division of Student Success co-hosted an event called Midterm March Madness on the ninth floor of 73 Tremont last Thursday. The focus was on learning about the services Suffolk provides students through academic programs and the opportunities joining Suffolk athle...

For the love of sports: Suffolk’s multi-sport athletes

Joe Rice

February 6, 2019

It is safe to say that being a student-athlete at any university is a difficult task. Between classes, homework, practice and games, it makes for little free-time. But in the rare phenomenon of being a multi-sport athlete at a university, this lifestyle is even more amplified. In the case of senior McKenzie McGrath...

Men’s basketball prepares to heat up in Florida

Men’s basketball prepares to heat up in Florida

Andrew Laird

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...

Sylvester, Pulek honored for big bats and swings

Courtesy of Jill Pulek

Skylar To

June 1, 2016

With their recognition, they are looking to display the honor on and off of the field to grow as athletes as well as to help the softball team fulfill an ultimate goal: to capture a Greater Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Championship. Sophomore Jill Pulek and junior Delaney Sylvester were named...

It’s more than a game

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Clevis Murray

December 2, 2015

For over twenty-two years Edward Leyden has coached the Suffolk women’s basketball team, and has been a vital part to their success. As Leyden enters the 2015-16 season with a career record of (329-229), he reflects back on how he initially was introduced to the world of coaching. A former teacher a...

Selep’s late goal leads Rams to victory

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Andrew Hanides

November 18, 2015

  Justin Selep ripped a goal propelling the Suffolk Rams past the Curry Colonels, in a game filled with back and forth action last Saturday. The Rams (3-0-2) prevailed over Curry College (0-5-1) by a score of 3-­2. “It was a good team win. Smolarek was once again unbelievable, and it took...

Freshman Fancy works hard on volleyball court

Rachel Fancy is a freshman on the volleyball team. Courtesy of Suffolk Athletics.

Trevor Morris

October 2, 2015

Suffolk freshman and volleyball starter Rachel Fancy has taken the team by storm. The team’s outside hitter and defensive specialist has been persistent on leaving her mark on the court. Originally from the suburban town of Agawam, Mass., Boston has been quite a change for Fancy, but according to...

Suffolk teams have new home base

Suffolk added two new electronic scoreboards to the park for its baseball and softball teams. Craig Martin/Journal Staff.

Sam Humphrey

October 2, 2015

[nggallery id=27]   Suffolk University’s student-athletes have been navigating narrow sidewalks, limited playing space, and crowded gyms for years. With the university’s latest addition of a new sports field in East Boston, however, there seems to be more opportunities for the Rams and...

Men’s baseball aim to bounce back from sluggish start

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April 1, 2015

By Brian Horner The men’s baseball team is looking to rebound after suffering three consecutive losses in two weeks at the hands of Fitchburg State, MIT, and Salem State. The games were largely one-sided affairs, with the Rams surrendering 16 runs and scoring just three throughout the streak. Despite...

Sarah Chasse looks to finish softball career strong

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Sammy Hurwitz

March 25, 2015

When she’s on the mound, batters are staring down the barrel of a loaded gun. Sarah Chasse, a senior, is ready to begin her final campaign as the team’s resident ace, and captain. Chasse will be entering her fourth year on the team, but this season is different. It’s her last, and she is one...

Men’s tennis have high expectations for team

Calixto Romero (left) talking to Coach Counihan. 
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Jeremy Hayes

March 25, 2015

The men’s tennis team looks to have another strong season on the court. In 2014, the Rams fell short once again in the GNAC finals against the dominant Ramapo College tennis squad. With key players graduating, the Rams will look to other players to fill the void. Vincent Le is just one of...

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