BOSTON – With a place in the GNAC Tournament secured, the Suffolk men's soccer team steps out of conference action in its season finale Tuesday night when the Rams stop by UMass Dartmouth at 7 p.m.
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LAST TIME OUT
Second half goals by two Suffolk freshmen lifted the Rams men's soccer team to a stunning 2-1 road victory over Emmanuel at Clemente Field Saturday afternoon.
RUN DOWN ON THE RAMS
Nine different players have logged a point for Suffolk this season with freshman midfielder Jordan Casey leading the pack with eight points on two goals and court assists. Classmates Hamada Hazzoum and Fernando Tome have also chipped in one goal and one assist each.
Nicholas Chamma has been the go-to- goalie for the Rams this season, seeing action and starting 14 games. The senior keeper boasts 74 saves (.632) and a 3.06 goals-against average.
CATCH UP ON THE CORSAIRS
UMass Dartmouth has bundled back-to-back wins on a number of occasions to help its record, entering the Suffolk contest with a record of 7-7-1 on the year. October saw the Corsairs go 3-4, including two consecutive shutout defeated to Bridgewater State and Plymouth State.
Stephane Teixeira has been the offensive catalyst for Dartmouth this season, leading the team with 18 points and eight goals. Matt Vidal is second on the squad with 12 points (five goals, two assists).
All three of the Corsairs netminders have seen action between the pipes with Andre Reis making the most appearances (11) and starting eight games. The junior goal has made 36 saves (.667) and allowed 18 goals on the season.
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|Johnson & Wales
Saint Joseph's (Me.)
POST SEASON PLUNGE
The GNAC released the 2015 Men's Soccer Championship bracket Sunday and featured Suffolk University as the No. 8 seed.
The Rams will take on regular season championship and top-seeded Johnson & Wales Sunday, Nov. 1 in the opening round of the conference tournament on the Wildcats' campus.
The eight-seeded Rams will travel to the GNAC Tournament's top seed Johnson & Wales Sunday, Nov. 1 for a 1 p.m. quarterfinals showdown.