The Suffolk women’s hockey team is set for its first full weekend on the road as the Rams have trips to Johnson & Wales and UMass Boston on the slate. The blue-and-gold will first stop by the Wildcats Friday, Nov. 16 for a 3:55 p.m. clash, before facing off against the Beacons the following day, Saturday, Nov. 17 at 2 p.m.
Tess Adams had a hand in six of Suffolk women’s hockey nine goals to lead 11 Rams with at least one point in an offensive onslaught, 9-0, victory over Anna Maria Wednesday night at Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Rink.
For the second straight week the New England Hockey Conference’s Rookie of the Week was from Suffolk women’s hockey as Shana Cote earned the recognition after a four-point showing in a 1-1 week for the Rams, the league office announced Monday afternoon.
A midweek matchup is on the docket for Suffolk women’s hockey as Anna Maria makes the trip to East Boston for a rematch with the Rams. Puck drop inside Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Skating Arena is scheduled for 7:45 p.m.
Coming off a pair of shutout victories, the Suffolk women’s hockey team turns its attention to this weekend where it will take on Becker and Salem State. The Rams will first entertain the Hawks at Louis E. Porrazzoo Memorial Skating Rink Friday, Nov. 9 at 5 p.m., before traveling to the Vikings for a 2 p.m. Military Appreciation, NEHC matchup.
The Suffolk women’s hockey team garnered its first conference weekly accolades in program history as Kristen Caporusso and Haley Poloskey were named co-goaltender of the week and rookie of the week, respectively, the league office announced Monday.
The Suffolk women’s hockey team lifted the lid on its New England Hockey Conference schedule with a 3-0 victory as the Rams kept Johnson & Wales off the scoreboard at Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Skating Rink Saturday night.
Ten different Rams recorded a point and Kristen Caporusso was perfect in between the pipes as Suffolk women’s hockey secured the program’s first victory with a 4-0 cleansheet over Anna Maria at the New England Sports Complex Friday night.
With the excitement of opening weekend in the record books, the Suffolk women’s hockey team turns its attention to the upcoming action where the Rams are scheduled to travel to Anna Maria Friday, Nov. 2 and drop the puck on New England Hockey Conference (NEHC) action the following day against Johnson & Wales.
In a historic night in Suffolk Athletics history, a two-goal effort from Haley Poloskey would not be enough as the first-ever Suffolk women’s hockey game ended in a 5-2 setback to Nichols Friday evening at Levy Rink.
Suffolk history will be made this weekend as the inaugural women’s hockey team competes for the first time with the Rams taking on the Bison of Nichols College in a home-and-home series. Suffolk will first venture to Harrisville, Rhode Island, Friday, Oct. 26 for a 6:40 p.m. game time at Levy Rink before dropping the puck in front of its home crowd the following day, Saturday, Oct. 27 at 5:20 p.m. at Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Skating Rink.
Days away from its first-ever contest, the Suffolk women’s hockey team has been selected to finish fifth in the New England Hockey Conference (NEHC), according to a vote by the league’s head coaches released Wednesday afternoon.
All members of Ram Nation – alumni, family, friends and fans – are asked to keep Saturday, Oct. 27 night open for the first-ever Suffolk women’s hockey home contest at the Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Skating Rink. The puck drops between the Rams and Nichols at 5:20 p.m.
The much-anticipated wait for the inaugural Suffolk women’s hockey season is no longer as head coach Taylor Wasylk took her 23-player roster on the ice at Louis E. Porrazzo Memorial Skating Rink for its first-ever practice Monday.
With a full year of recruiting under her belt, head coach Taylor Wasylk has brought in 23 fresh faces to comprise the inaugural Suffolk women’s hockey team in 2018-19. With 24 days remaining before the official puck drop Ram Nation has a chance to get a look at the Rams roster.
Suffolk Athletics is on the verge of a new era in 2018-19 with its 19th varsity sport, women’s ice hockey, just 45 days away from its first-ever season and as anticipation builds for the much-awaited puck drop, head coach Taylor Wasylk has unveiled the inaugural slate Tuesday afternoon.