BOSTON – Suffolk men's soccer returns to James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Sunday, Sept. 4 when the Rams host UMass Dartmouth at 1 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
Despite leveling the playing field early on in the second half, the Suffolk men's soccer team could not overcome back-to-back Newbury goals as the Nighthawks spoiled the Rams season opener, 3-2, Thursday afternoon at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park.
Kyle Van Cleef made his collegiate debut for the Rams inside the net. The sophomore made four stops in the 3-2 setback against Newbury.
CATCH UP ON THE CORSAIRS
UMass Dartmouth tallied its first win of the season Thursday as the Corsairs used an early lead to take a 3-2 victory against Framingham State.
Austin Dais led the way with one goal and one assist for UMass with John Correia and Matt Vidal each adding a tally of their own. Netminder Luis Carranza picked up the victory for the Corsairs without needing to make a single save.
INSIDE THE SERIES
Suffolk's and UMass Dartmouth interstate rivalry began in 2006 with the teams meeting three times. The Corsairs own all the victories (3-0) in the series and have outscored the Rams, 12-5.
EYES ON THE GAME
SUFFOLK FREE RADIO
Suffolk Athletics has teamed up with Suffolk Free Radio to bring Ram Nation 17 live broadcasts of Suffolk soccer games this season.
The pre-game shows are set to launch 15 minutes prior to kick-off of all contests and fans can follow along at mixlr.com/suffolkfreeradio/.
Suffolk hits the road for the first time in 2016 Saturday, Sept. 10 when it draws the curtain on its GNAC slate at Albertus Magnus at 1 p.m.