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Medina dominates in blue and gold

Medina dominates in blue and gold

Clevis Murray

September 28, 2016


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The rush and determination to succeed has motivated her to win every match she plays and excel in the sport  Valentina Medina loves-- tennis. Medina, who won Rookie of the Week six times and Rookie of the Year last season, has her reputation growing around the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNA...

Aidiana Sagyndykova: GNAC Player of Year for women’s tennis

Aidiana Sagyndykova: GNAC Player of Year for women’s tennis

Jeremy Hayes

November 12, 2014


Filed under Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

Last September, after traveling nearly 6,000 miles from the place she called home in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Aidiana Sagyndykova had just began her freshman year at Suffolk University and made a last minute decision to join the women’s tennis team. More than a year later, the 19-year-old sprung into...

Women’s tennis set for GNAC playoffs

Women’s tennis set for GNAC playoffs

Jeremy Hayes

October 22, 2014


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

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


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

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...

Women’s tennis looking more comfortable

Women’s tennis looking more comfortable

Will Senar

October 8, 2014


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

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 ...

Women’s tennis prepares for crucial conference matchups

Women’s tennis prepares for crucial conference matchups

Jeremy Hayes

September 17, 2014


Filed under Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

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...

Women’s Tennis falls in the GNAC semifinals

Women’s Tennis falls in the GNAC semifinals

Vassili Stroganov

October 30, 2013


Filed under Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

It’s been three years since the women’s tennis team last made it to the GNAC semifinals. This year the team has worked really hard and all that hard work paid off. The Lady Rams posted their best result since the 2009-2010 season. Last Saturday, the team faced Johnson & Wales in a nerve-wracking...

Women’s Tennis seeded third heading in to GNAC playoffs

Women’s Tennis seeded third heading in to GNAC playoffs

Jeremy Hayes

October 23, 2013


Filed under Featured Stories, Sports, Suffolk Rams

It is tough to compete as a team after losing six games to start the season, but for the Suffolk University women’s tennis team, it was nothing but a little bump in the road. The Lady Rams fought back against conference opponents to make it into the postseason as a high seed. The Lady Rams lost...

Women’s tennis boosting confidence with two wins

Women’s tennis boosting confidence with two wins

Jeremy Hayes

October 16, 2013


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

The Suffolk University women’s tennis team will be approaching their final matches of the season this week. The Lady Rams have not had the best season, but they have fought until the end and are still winning matches. Their biggest victory of the year coming from a dominant performance against Mount...

Eshoo and Lady Rams win first match of the season

Eshoo and Lady Rams win first match of the season

Jeremy Hayes

October 9, 2013


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

The wait is over. The women’s tennis team won its first match of the season against Anna Maria, pulling out a lopsided victory of 7-2. The Lady Rams won five out of six singles matches, and lost one of its doubles matches. The five and six seeds for the Lady Rams’ singles, Melissa Chermely and...

Women’s tennis still looking to find its form

Women’s tennis still looking to find its form

Jeremy Hayes

October 2, 2013


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams

The struggle continues for Suffolk University’s women’s tennis team, as it enters October with an overall 0-5 record. The Lady Rams fell to Wentworth this past week 7-2 in total score. The only players who pulled out wins for the Lady Rams were Rebecca Eshoo and Melissa Chermely. Eshoo is now...

Women’s Tennis Knocked Out of GNAC Playoffs Despite Strong Finish in The Regular Season

Women’s Tennis Knocked Out of GNAC Playoffs Despite Strong Finish in The Regular Season

Vassili Stroganov

October 24, 2012


Filed under Sports, Suffolk Rams, Tennis

The women’s tennis team just finished their season with a 7-8 record in total play while achieving a 4-4 record in the GNAC Championship. The Lady Rams looked invincible by the end of the regular season, securing a hot streak of four wins in a row including an 8-1 power demonstration against UMASS...

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