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Softball prepare for a jam-packed week of games

Softball prepare for a jam-packed week of games

Sammy Hurwitz

April 1, 2015

With a 7-5 record, the softball team finds itself in the middle of a packed week with six games through Saturday. The Lady Rams opened up the week splitting a doubleheader against Albertus Magnus. In the first matinée game, the Lady Rams pulled out a victory in a close affair, winning by a final...

Men’s baseball aim to bounce back from sluggish start

Men’s baseball aim to bounce back from sluggish start

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

Sarah Chasse looks to finish softball career strong

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

Men’s tennis have high expectations for team

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...

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...

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...

Snowstorms cause major setback for athletics

Snowstorms cause major setback for athletics

Jeremy Hayes

February 4, 2015

The historic amount of snowfall has all of Boston cold, including Suffolk University’s winter athletics. Men's hockey, men’s basketball, and women’s basketball are the three winter sports currently playing, but the abundance of snowfall this  semester has interrupted each  squad’s season. Men’s...

Student athletes try to balance sports and school

Student athletes try to balance sports and school

October 22, 2014

by Kevin Small Jr. Student athletes, not just at Suffolk University, but also across America, are finding it more and more difficult to have to “conquer” time management. Time management includes the process of designing a plan in a hope to increase one’s effectiveness and productivity for...

Men’s soccer needs to kick into gear as they approach postseason

Men’s soccer needs to kick into gear as they approach postseason

October 22, 2014

by Madeline Scovotti They battled their way through an aggressive game filled with injuries, missing players, and plenty of yellow cards, but the odds were stacked just too high against the Suffolk University Rams for them to pull out a victory against Emmanuel College last Saturday night. With the ...

Women’s tennis set for GNAC playoffs

Women’s tennis set for GNAC playoffs

Jeremy Hayes

October 22, 2014

The Suffolk University women’s tennis team is in the GNAC playoffs. They are set to play sixth seed Mount Ida Mustangs Wednesday, who only has one conference game this season. The Lady Rams beat the Mustangs at the beginning of the month in straight sets, 9-0. Albertus Magnus did not win a...

Adrianna Garrett, women’s tennis still looking strong

Adrianna Garrett, women’s tennis still looking strong

Will Senar

October 15, 2014

Growing up in Plymouth, Suffolk University tennis player Adrianna Garrett was raised in an athletic environment. Life got intense and games got highly competitive which she believes forms a certain kind of athlete. Her father and sister are both involved in the sport of soccer; both are coaches at...

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