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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 ...

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...

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 ...

Melissa Broulliette, keeping the Lady Rams strong

Melissa Broulliette, keeping the Lady Rams strong

October 1, 2014

By Kevin Small Jr. Melissa Brouillette of Shelton, Conn., started playing soccer for her town recreation program at the age of 4 years old and hasn’t stop playing since.  As an adolescent, she earned opportunities to play competitively across the state and went on to have a rather impressive c...

Men’s soccer playing tough, and pulling together wins

Men’s soccer playing tough, and pulling together wins

October 1, 2014

By Madeline Scovotti The cheering coming from the men’s locker room could be heard from the opposite end of the Dilboy Stadium Saturday night as Suffolk’s men’s soccer team celebrated an impressive victory over Johnson & Wales University with a final score of 2-0. Both of the Ram’s...

Coach Mickelson brings new hope for volleyball

Coach Mickelson brings new hope for volleyball

September 24, 2014

By Grant Fries Working for the marketing department at Northeastern University by day and coaching volleyball by night, Kristine Mickelson walks and talks like someone who knows what she’s doing. It’s this confidence that helped lead Suffolk Women’s Volleyball to their first playoff tournament...

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...

Erika Nelson, soccer squad look for consistency

Erika Nelson, soccer squad look for consistency

September 24, 2014

By Ian Kea George Dilboy Memorial Stadium, the home of the women’s soccer team, is dormant no more as the girls of fall are back at it. After a competitive showing in the GNAC conference tournament last year in which they finished second in the conference, the Lady Rams are seeking this season to win it all. So far in...

Becca Eshoo, Lady Rams prepare for back-to-back conference games

Becca Eshoo, Lady Rams prepare for back-to-back conference games

Jeremy Hayes

September 24, 2014

In a major conference week for Suffolk University women’s tennis team, the Lady Rams are set to face two conference opponents. The Lady Rams (0-4) lost to Simmons College 7-2 in their home opener at Buckingham, Browne, and Nicholas in Cambridge, Mass. The only two home wins were in singles from...

Now official, SAAC wants to boost school spirit, athletic attendance

Now official, SAAC wants to boost school spirit, athletic attendance

Sam Humphrey

September 17, 2014

It’s a common complaint and frustration among Suffolk’s student-athletes and coaches: our teams work hard, our athletes are passionate, but the matches and games are sparsely attended because so few people know about Suffolk’s athletic offerings. The Student Athletic Advisory Committee (SAAC),...

Women’s tennis prepares for crucial conference matchups

Women’s tennis prepares for crucial conference matchups

Jeremy Hayes

September 17, 2014

The Suffolk University women’s tennis team has started relatively flat this season. The Lady Rams have not even had a sniff of conference competition, but have lost their first three games in a disappointing total set score of 3-24. The lack of winning sets the Lady Rams are facing is a minor concern...

Underclassmen abundance factors in women’s soccer

Underclassmen abundance factors in women’s soccer

Will Senar

September 17, 2014

The Suffolk University women’s soccer team opened their season with a convincing win against Newbury College. The game ended 4-1 for the Lady Rams, with freshman Erika Nelson leading the way with two goals. Despite a great first game, the Rams were unlucky in their next three games as they lost...

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