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WEB: Right Here in Black & White: With 2002 in view, what are PC’s Big Four to do?

Uncategorized | Dec.30, 2001

WEB: Right Here in Black & White: With 2002 in view, what are PC’s Big Four to do?

In the first few months of 2001, Providence College Basketball and Hockey was a tale of two sexes. The Men’s squads reclaimed pieces of the national spotlight, while the Women’s Hockey and basketball continued to search for what used to be strong programs in nationally-renowned conferences.

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Uncategorized | Dec.30, 2001

WEB: Men’s BBall routs Central Connecticut by 30

For the past month or so, the Men‘s Basketball team has been trying to establish some sort of identity heading into Big East competition. With the return of a key “cog in the wheel” in sophomore Maris Laksa, the Friars headed into conference play on a positive note with a 94-63 rout over Central Connecticut State at The Dunk.

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Uncategorized | Dec.30, 2001

WEB: Minnesota shows why it’s No. 2 in the country. dumps Men’s Hockey 6-1

For the third time this season, junior netminder Nolan Schaefer tied his career-high with 44 saves in a game, but his effort would not be enough as the Men’s Hockey team fell to the No. 2 University of Minnesota by a score of 6-1 in the championship game of the Mariucci Classic out in Minneapolis, Minn.

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Uncategorized | Dec.30, 2001

WEB: Déjà vu: PC Women’s BBall drops one-point loss to Idaho, 66-65

It was déjà vu all over again for Providence in ways even worse than the first time. Oh yes, it happened once more. With eight-point-something seconds left on the game clock, the team trailing by one made a shot. After last night’s game, it would only stand to reason that the other team would make a winning shot in the last eight seconds, and PC would be that team, right? But Providence (6-6) was on the bad side of luck two nights in a row, though the one-point losses reveal a tough, young squad ready for the challenge.

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Uncategorized | Dec.29, 2001

WEB: Men’s Hockey takes down Western Michigan in Minnesota, 4-1

The Men’s Hockey team returned to action on Friday, Dec. 28 after a three week layoff and posted a 4-1 victory over Western Michigan in the first round of the Mariucci Classic out in Minneapolis, Minn. Four different players scored for the Friars and junior netminder Nolan Schaefer was back to his old All-American self, stopping 31 of 32 shots for the victory.

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Uncategorized | Dec.29, 2001

WEB: Montana wins thrilling buzzer-beater over Women’s BBall, 60-59

MISSOULA, Mont.- The Providence College Friars Women’s Basketball Team suffered a heartbreaking, down-to-the-wire loss to the Montana Lady Griz Friday night, 60-59, in front of a raucous and at times offensive hometown crowd at Dahlberg Arena. A tight game came down to last second shots from both teams at the Lady Griz Holiday Classic.

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Uncategorized | Dec.28, 2001

WEB: Friars take care of Morgan State with ease, 91-47

The Men’s Basketball team earned its third victory in a row with a 91-47 drubbing of winless Morgan State on Thursday, Dec. 27th at The Dunk. Junior Adbul Mills lead the attack for the Friars with 17 points. Senior John Linehan played his best all around game of the season, finishing with 12 points, nine assists, and seven steals.

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Uncategorized | Dec.23, 2001

WEB: Men’s Basketball squeaks out another win, defeats BU 68-62

For the second consecutive game, the Men‘s Basketball Team rallied in the second half to defeat supposed “inferior competition” Saturday night, as the Friars escaped with a 68-62 victory over Boston University at The Dunk. Sophomore Chris Anrin lead the Friars (7-4) with 15 points, including four three pointers and sophomore Leland Anderson came off the bench in the second half to score 10 huge points.

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Uncategorized | Dec.22, 2001

WEB: MSU inside game takes down Women’s BBall

The inside game of Michigan State was too much for the Providence College Women’s Basketball team to handle Friday night, as the Friars fell to the Spartans, 64-47. MSU freshman center Kelli Roehrig led all scorers with a career-high 24 points and added seven rebounds on an 11-of-16 night of shooting.

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Uncategorized | Dec.20, 2001

WEB: Men’s Basketball rallies to defeat Sacred heart

After being down as much as 21 points in the first half, the Men’s Basketball team rallied behind stellar team defense to defeat Sacred Heart, 85-76, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center Wednesday night. The Friars (6-4), returning from an 11-day layoff for final exams, struggled out of the gate by shooting a horrifying 29 percent from the floor in the game’s first ten minutes.

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