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Rams Recap: Soccer Teams Split, Golf Wins Opener

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Last Tuesday, the women’s volleyball team took down Lesley University, 3-0, at Suffolk’s Regan Gymnasium to improve to 7-7. Junior Tori Brillaud (North Andover, Mass.) led the Rams with 22 kills, three service aces, and eight digs.

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On Saturday afternoon, they split a tri-match at Salem State. First, the women lost to Bridgewater State, 3-1. But in the second match of the day, the Rams beat host Salem State, 3-2.

Senior Hailey Atkinson (Brandford, Conn.) had 23 kills over the two matches.

Record: 2-1 for the week; 8-8 for the season.

Standings: 8th in GNAC (0-2 record).

WOMEN’S SOCCER

The women’s soccer team (1-6) visited UMass-Boston last Wednesday afternoon, and fell, 4-1. Senior Taylor Miranda (Smithtown, N.Y.) had the Rams’ lone goal. Junior Hannah McNulty (Stowe, Vt.) had the assist, her first of the year.

Junior goalkeeper Melissa Brouillette (Shelton, Conn.) made eight saves on 12 shots.

The Rams, who led 35-3 in shots, got back on track on Saturday afternoon when they shutout Anna Maria, 3-0. Miranda, Katherine Cote, and Samantha Burkholder had the goals. Brouillette stopped all three shots that came her way.

Miranda leads the team with three goals on the season.

Record: 1-1 for the week; 2-6 for the season.

Standings: T-4th in GNAC (2-1 record).

WOMEN’S TENNIS

The women’s tennis team lost a 7-2 decision over Wentworth at Harvard University last Thursday. The Rams (0-5) are still searching for their first victory of the season.

Sophomore Rebecca Eshoo (Farmington, Conn.) and senior Melissa Chermely (Walpole, Mass.) were the winners for Suffolk in singles. The Rams lost all three doubles matches.

Record: 0-1 for the week; 0-5 for the season.

Standings: T-4th in GNAC (0-1 record).

WOMEN’S CROSS-COUNTRY

The women’s cross-country team finished in second place overall (51 points) at the Raiders Invitational hosted by Rivier University in Nashua, N.H. on Friday. Senior Bridget Evangelista (Newburyport, Mass.) finished fifth overall in the 5K with a time of 22:51, good for the Rams top time of the day. Senior Cori Simmons (Standish, Me.) also ended up in the top 10 finishing at 24:02.

Junior Kelly Warwick (24:54), senior Nicole Beerman (26:35), and senior Rachel Allen (33:55) also competed for the Rams.

MEN’S SOCCER

The Rams notched their second victory of the year with a 3-0 shutout of Eastern Nazarene last Wednesday. Junior Tyler Parmelee (Colchester, Conn.), senior Andres Cohen (Caracas, Venezuela), and junior Djibril Niang (Dakar, Senegal) were the goal scorers.

Sophomore goalkeeper Nicholas Chamma (Rio de Janero, Brazil) registered 10 saves in the win.

It was the second straight shutout win for the Rams.

They were back in action on Saturday, suffering a 3-1 defeat to Lasell. Cohen had the Rams’ lone goal, and leads the squad with five on the season. No one else has scored more than one.

Record: 1-1 for the week; 2-6 for the season.

Standings: 7th place in GNAC (1-2 record).

MEN’S GOLF

The golf team took part in a quad-match last Wednesday afternoon at William J. Devine Golf Course at Franklin Park, its first outing of the season. The Rams (1-0) came away with the win, shooting a combined 321 between five players. Newbury College (329), Emmanuel College (341), and Daniel Webster College (356) were the other schools competing.

Freshman Diego Schiffino (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) led the way for the Rams, shooting a 76 (40 on the front nine, 36 on the back), which was the best round of the day for any player. Junior Chris Taggart (79), junior Tim Benedetto (81), senior Joe Surace (85), and sophomore Matthew Rosenberg (88) round out the rest Suffolk’s individual scores.

Record: 1-0 for the week; 1-0 for the season.

MEN’S CROSS-COUNTRY

The men’s cross-country team also made the trek to Nashua on Friday to compete in the Raiders Invitational, and finished third with 81 points.

Freshman Nathan Pemberton (Holbrook, Mass.) came in at fifth overall with a time of 29:25 in the 5K. Junior Eric Ramirez (31:42) finished in 11th place. Sophomore Eddie Lui (34:19), sophomore Sina Shafiezadeh (36:04), and freshman Chris Williams (41:10) round out the Rams scores.

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