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.
The Suffolk women’s basketball team took care of business in the GNAC semis, upsetting second seed Emmanuel, 73-68, to seal up a spot in the championship contest. The Rams title hunt pits the third seed against regular-season and undefeated Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Saturday, Feb. 24 at 1 p.m. at the Monks’ Harold Alfond Center in Standish, Maine.
Four different Rams notched double figures with Georgia Bourikas and Alexis Hackett each contributing double-doubles to push the Suffolk women’s basketball team past Emmanuel, 73-68, in the GNAC semifinals Thursday night at the Jean Yawkey Center. The win seals the Rams spot in the GNAC Championship set for Saturday, Feb. 24 at the tournament’s top seed Saint Joseph’s (Maine).Â
Thomas Duffy poured in a game-high 33 points to lead a late Suffolk men’s basketball comeback, but it would not be enough as Johnson & Wales held of the Rams, 80-74, in the GNAC semifinals Thursday night at the Wildcat Center.Â
The third seeded Suffolk women's basketball took care of business in the quarterfinals to punch its ticket to the GNAC semis, which sends the Rams across town to second seed and historic foe Emmanuel. Game time at Jean Yawkey Center is scheduled for 7 p.m.
For the first time since 2007, Suffolk men’s basketball will compete in the GNAC semifinals as the sixth-seeded Rams held off the tournament’s third seed and upset Saint Joseph’s (Maine), 69-65, Tuesday night at the Harold Alfond Center.Â