SATURDAY, OCT. 26 // 12:00 PM
BOSTON – Suffolk men's soccer remains on the road Wednesday, Oct. 23 when it makes the short trip to Lasell. The GNAC game is set to begin at 3:30 p.m.
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HELP THE #RAMSWINTHEDAY OCT. 25
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BENCH PRESS FOR BREAST CANCER
Members of Ram Nation are asked to pull their weight in an effort to take the load off of those affected by breast cancer in Suffolk Athletics' Bench Press for Breast Cancer event Tuesday, Oct. 29 from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
SENIOR SEND OFF
Prior to first kick Saturday, the Rams will honor the playing careers of its four graduating players – Jarrett Davis, James Fisher, Jackson Hines, Steven Lopez, Christian Restrepo, Mike Skeibar and Simon Velez Angel.
As a class, they have been instrumental to Suffolk's success over the last four years. Overall, they have combined for 40 goals, 28 assists, 108 points and 27 victories.
LAST TIME OUT
Suffolk men's soccer slipped to Lasell, 3-1, Wednesday afternoon at Taylor Field.
MORE READING: Men's Soccer Loses at Lasell, 3-1
Suffolk has had success at home this season as four of the 5-8-0 Rams have come at James A. Sartori Stadium. The blue-and-gold look to bounce back from a two-game skid on the road that put it 3-6-0 against GNAC competition.
Sunjoon Tenorio has been the main cog in the offensive wheel for the Rams. The rookie has scored 10 goals and set-up two others for a team-high 22 points. Emilio Tenacio and Simon Velez Angel share squad on the squad in points with seven each. The former has netted a pair of goals and helped on three others, while the latter has potted the rock three times and assisted once.
In net, Kyle Rosa has turned into the everyday starter. The freshman holds a 2.11 GAA average and a .667 save percentage over six appearances and five stats. Steven Lopez has taken the field in five games, starting five. The senior boasts a .704 save percentage and a 2.77 GAA.
Similar to Suffolk Colby Sawyer has fallen in back-to-back games to dip to 4-9-3 on the year and 4-5-0 in conference contests.
Mason Galbato has been the lone Charger to notch over double digits in points with team-best numbers in markers (4) and handouts (3). Ahamad Raji is also an offensive threat with three goals.
Lucas Boetsch is the go-to starter in net for CSC. He brings in 80 saves for a a .734 save percentage and a 2.51 GAA.
INSIDE THE SERIES
- Suffolk looks for its first win over Colby Sawyer as it trails the all-time series, which dates back to the 90s, 0-3-0.
Suffolk wraps up the regular season in a midweek match at Rivier Wednesday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m.