The 2018 Rams Reflect is the third in a series of annual collections. Senior captains and representatives of Suffolk teams have been invited to contribute viewpoints based on personal experience from both their senior seasons and full varsity careers at Suffolk.
Ram Nation ever wonder who brings you the behind the scenes look on the Patriots via New England’s football team’s social media accounts? Look no further than Suffolk women’s soccer alumna Lauren Spencer ’15.
For the second straight season Suffolk women’s soccer has been acknowledged for exhibiting fair play, sporting behavior and adherence to the laws of the game as the Rams picked up the Team Ethics and Sportsmanship Award from the United Soccer Coaches association Thursday afternoon.
For the first time in Suffolk women’s soccer’s 11-year history, a Ram has garnered College Sports Information Directors Association (CoSIDA) Academic All-District as senior Alexandra Nagri earned the distinction for the 2017 season, the organization announced Thursday afternoon.
Senior co-captains Jennifer Martin and Alexandra Nagri capped off their careers as Suffolk women’s soccer players as the duo earned spots on the All-GNAC teams, the conference announced Monday afternoon.
Lasell avenged its lone conference setback of the season as the top-seeded Lasers handed the eighth-seeded Rams of Suffolk women’s soccer a 3-1 setback in the GNAC quarterfinals Saturday afternoon at Taylor Field.
Alexandra Nagri was one of three Rams to produce at least a hat trick with the senior co-captain registering her 100th career point in the process, as Suffolk women’s soccer ran past Mass. Maritime, 10-0, Monday night at James A. Sartori Stadium at East Boston Memorial Park.