As Suffolk Athletics grew – increasing from 13 varsity sports to 19 – the Rams achievements in competition, the classroom and community followed suit and now is Ram Nation’s chance to relive the highlights from 2016-17 in the official Suffolk Athletics Year in Review.
In its first two-day competition not just 2016, but in program history, Aine Dillon and Kailee Santos represented the Suffolk women’s golf team at the NYU Invitational at Forest Hill Field Club in Bloomfield, New Jersey over the weekend.
Coming off its first-ever match, the Suffolk women’s golf team readies for its first-ever two-day invitational of the program’s history as the Rams are set to compete at the NYU Invitational at the Forest Hill Field Club in Bloomfield, New Jersey. The first round on Saturday will begin at 2 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 2 will be a historic day for Suffolk athletics as the 2016 women’s golf team will take to the green for the first time in the school’s history. The Rams will go head-to-head versus Rhode Island at the Valley Country Club in Warwick, Rhode Island. Tee time is scheduled for 1 p.m.
Taking to the links for the very first time, the Suffolk women’s golf team took on Rhode Island College in a head-to-head match at Valley Country Club. The Rams’ squad could not overcome the veteran Anchorwomen, however, as the hosts outshot Suffolk, 424-504.
Suffolk Athletics just got bigger as the Rams will now have a chance to compete in six new varsity sport programs Director of Athletics Cary McConnell announced Monday afternoon. Women’s golf and men’s and women’s indoor and track and field will begin this coming academic year, while women’s hockey will have a two-year build in period with an anticipated first varsity season of 2018-19.