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PCI: Who Will Face Off in the 2015 World Series?- Toronto Blue Jays

Sports | Dec.27, 2015

PCI: Who Will Face Off in the 2015 World Series?- Toronto Blue Jays

When the Toronto Blue Jays traded for Colorado Rockies’ Shortstop Troy Tulowitzki and Detroit Tigers’ starting pitcher David Price, it became clear that they were going all in for this season. At the All-Star break, the Jays sat at 45-46,…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

Women’s Soccer Fights Through Big East Schedule

by Bryan Blum ’17 Senior Sports Writer After beginning the season with a impressive 7-3-0 record, the Providence College Women’s Soccer Team continued its strong campaign as it entered Big East Conference play but failed to live up to the…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

Editor’s Corner: A New Era Has Dawned

by Joey Ciccarello ’16 Sports Editor Brand names are overrated. Sports teams have denied this for years, especially coaches, owners, and fans so convinced that their program’s “branding” can sell players on why they should sign with their team. This…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

PCI: Who Will Face Off in the 2015 World Series?- Los Angeles Dodgers

Strong pitching. Timely hitting. Good managing. These three characteristics are consistent in merely every World Series-caliber team’s makeup. While timely hitting cannot truly be foreseen, strong pitching and good managing are what will carry the Los Angeles Dodgers to the…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

You Have Been Served: Women’s Tennis Starts the Season 2-0

by Jeff Williams ’17 Sports Staff The 2014-2015 Providence College Women’s Tennis Team went 9-11 (3-5 Big East) and got to the second round of the Big East Tournament. They knocked off the Creighton Blue Jays in the first round…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

Men’s Soccer Still Looking for First Conference Win

Although they were the Big East Champions last season, the Providence College Men’s Soccer Team has not gotten off to the start they were hoping for in conference play this year. After losing their first Big East matchup to the…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

Rise and Grind: Cross Country Programs Fighting for National Titles

by Brent Bauerle ’16 Sports Staff Almost a year ago today, Bill Belichick stepped up to a podium after a humiliating loss, championship aspirations weighing firmly on his shoulders, and said his most famous line: “We’re on to Cincinnati.” And…

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Uncategorized | Dec.27, 2015

Athlete in Friar History: Mary Cullen

by Nate Svogun ’16 Sports Staff One of the sports that Providence College has historically excelled in is Women’s Cross Country. While casual PC sports fans are certainly aware of our high profile Men’s Basketball Team and our recent national…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

Women’s Cross Country Moves On: Qualifies for National Championship, Men Fall Just Short

by Bryan Blum ’17 Senior Staff Writer With Men’s Hockey ranked number one in the country and the basketball season finally beginning, it might be easy for this campus to forget that there are actually other sports going on.  One…

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Sports | Dec.27, 2015

Women’s Soccer Has Three Players Named to NEWISA Senior Bowl

by Brent Bauerle ’16 Sports Staff Every athlete will tell you that their individual accomplishments mean nothing in comparison to the success of the team. Goals, points, saves, even player of the year votes—all of them are subsumed into the…

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