Prospective Athletic Information

The Suffolk University Athletic Department is an NCAA Division-III affiliated institution. We are members of the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) and Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). We currently host 13 varsity sports (baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross-country, golf, hockey, softball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s tennis and volleyball).

Our campus’ unique location in downtown Boston allows student-athletes the chance to compete and learn while achieving their athletic, academic and personal goals in one of our nation’s finest cities. Our professional staff members are committed to the academic, athletic and personal development for all of our student-athletes to best prepare them for life by enabling them to find and achieve his or her unique potential.

Prospective student-athletes are strongly encouraged to contact our coaching staff for their desired sport by filling out a recruiting questionaire and communicating via email in the links below. Please be diligent in filling out all information and attach any links to videos or high school and showcase team schedules you may have available to allow our coaches to track you during your season(s).


Recruit Form

Head Coach

Baseball Recruit Questionaire Anthony Del Prete
Softball Recruit Questionaire Jaclyn Davis
Men's Basketball Recruit Questionaire Jeff Juron
Women's Basketball Recruit Questionaire Ed Leyden
Hockey Recruit Questionaire Chris Glionna
Men's Soccer Recruit Questionaire James Boden
Women's Soccer Recruit Questionaire Darren Lloyd
Volleyball Recruit Questionaire Bonny Ducharme
Men's Tennis Recruit Questionaire Steve Counihan
Women's Tennis Recruit Questionaire Steve Counihan
Golf Recruit Questionaire Ed McMellen
Men's Cross Country Recruit Questionaire James Petersen
Women's Cross Country Recruit Questionaire James Petersen
Women's Golf
Recruit Questionaire Jay Parker
Women's Ice Hockey Recruit Questionaire Taylor Wasylk 
Women's Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field Recruit Questionaire Will Feldman 
Men's Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field Recruit Questionaire  Will Feldamn

2015-16 Highlights


  • Department maintains a 3.21 GPA for the calendar year
  • 146 named to Fall Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (3.0 GPA for semester)
  • 144 named to Spring Semester Athletic Director’s Honor Roll (3.0 GPA for semester)
  • 16 student-athletes posted perfect 4.0 GPA in either Fall or Spring Semester
  • Hockey had 13 skaters tabbed to the ECAC Northeast Academic Team (30+ credeits, 3.0 GPA)


  • 10 of 13 teams qualify for postseason play
  • Baseball Wins Second Straight GNAC Championship, Qualifies for NCAAs for Sixth Time in Program history and makes first evern back-to-back appearance
  • Softball turned in a historic season with the most wins in program history, 33-9, and won the GNAC regular-season title, going 18-4 against conference competition
  • Men's Soccer qualified for the GNAC Tournament for the seventh time in the last eight seasons
  • Women's tennis, 10-5, 5-1 GNAC, is the winningest squad since the 2007 Rams went undefeated 14-0
  • Men's Basketball claimed its fourt straight bid to the GNAC Tournament
  • Women's Basketball set a new-game high scoring record in a thrilling 104-99 overtime victory over Albertus Magnus Feb. 13
  • Women's Basketball made its 21st straight GNAC tournament appearance, advanced to the semifinals for the 13th time in program history and earned a spot in the ECAC New England Championship for the eighth time. 
  • Hockey poured in the most goals in a single game since 2002, the most in the Chris Glionna era and the most on the road in Suffolk's record books, which dates back to 1999, in a 9-5 win at UMass Dartmouth Jan. 21
  • Hockey, who hosted the ECAC Northeast Quarterfinals for just the second time in program history, put together the fourth most wins in the Rams' record books, 13-10-2
  • Women's tennis' Valentina Medina named GNAC Rookie of the Year and ECAC Rookie of the Month, twice
  • Women's tennis' Aidiana Sagyndykova named GNAC Player of the Year for the second straight season, becoming just the second Ram to do so
  • Hockey's Brandon Smolarek surpassed 2,000 saves in net for hockey Jan. 9, just the second Ram goalie to do so and finished his career with 2,227 stops, second most all-time
  • Chelsea Campellone put up a 43-point perforamnce against Lasell Jan. 23, notching the program's single-game scoring record during the Ed Leyden era, which spans 22 years, marking the most points scored by a Suffolk women's basketball player inside Regan Gymnasium and ranking as the second most points scored in a single game in the program's 40-year history. The senior forward was named HeroSports DIII HERO of the Week and was nominated as HeroSports DIII Women's Basketball Performer of the Year. 
  • Adam Chick, played in his 100th men's basketball game as a Ram Feb. 9
  • Caleb Unni scored his 1,000 career point during his 100th game in a blue-and-gold uniform Feb. 13, becoming the 28th Ram to accomplish the 1,000-point feat and first since Colin Halpin '13 and Matt Pepdjonovic '13 hit the mark in 2013. 
  • Chris Glionna, the winningest coach of Suffolk hockey, collected his 100th victory on the Rams' bench with a 1-0 shutout of Becker Feb. 13. 
  • Justin Selep became the first Joe Concannon Semifinalist, the best American born New England hockey player, for Suffolk since 2009.
  • Jon Lapolla named HeroSports DIII Offensive HERO of the Week March 29.
  • Cal Carroll became Suffolk's singl-season save leader April 10 with his sixth save of the season. The rigth-handed pitcher also sits atop Suffolk's all-time saves list with 15 in his four-year career. He also broke his own record with 19 appearances this season. 
  • Baseball landed a quartet on the NEIBA All-Region team, the most in New England: Brady Chant (first team), Drew Carter (third team), Jake Frasca (second team) and Kevin Sinatra (third team). 
  • Anthony Del Prete was named GNAC Coach of the Year.
  • Worth Walrod named GNAC Pitcher of the Year.
  • Jake Frasca named GNAC Rookie of the Year.
  • Jaclyn Davis earned her 100th career head coaching victory April 24 with Suffolk's sweep of Saint Joseph's (Maine).
  • Jaclyn Davis named GNAC Softball Head Coach of the Year.
  • Jill Pulek was named first-team All-NFCA All-Region, while Delaney Sylvester earned a spot on the third all-region team.