It may be the off-season for Suffolk University athletic teams, but student-athletes are still making news for their academic excellence.
Kevin Clavijio, Jacob Duggan, and recent graduate Vincent Le – three outstanding members of the men’s tennis team – were recognized by the International Tennis Association (ITA) with scholar-athlete distinction for their impressive work inside the classroom. More
The ITA also honored the Suffolk women’s tennis team with the All-Academic Team award, the second consecutive season that the team netted this award. Tennis teammates and recent graduates Rebecca Eshoo and Lindsay Reese were named ITA scholar-athletes for the second straight season. More
Moving from one court to another, three members of the men’s basketball team – Curtis Casella, Adam Chick, and Caleb Unni – were named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court for their academic prowess during the 2015-16 school year. All three student-athletes are recent Suffolk graduates. More
Balancing the classroom and the playing arena is essential to the University experience for Suffolk Rams. The average grade point average of the University's 240 student-athletes was more than 3.1 this past year, and Rams players and teams are frequently cited for academic achievement.