June 27, 2017

Posts from "Sports"

  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    No. 9 Friars Sitting Pretty Atop Hockey East

    Defender Jennifer Friedman ’12 of the Women’s Hockey Team is certainly no stranger to accelerating her output in the month of January. As a freshman last season, all four of her goals and six of her eight total points were collected within 31 days of the Times Square ball drop.

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    Velischek Continues Family Tradition at Schneider

    Providence College was a clear first choice for defenseman Alex Velischek ’13. Both his mother and father graduated from Providence, so it was inevitable that he would come to PC.

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    Freshman Friars Go 1-2-3 in 5,000-Meter Race at URI

    The Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track Teams opened their seasons at the University of Rhode Island’s Sorlien Invitational last weekend.

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  • Sports | Mar.27, 2003

    Softball steps up to the plate

    The Providence College softball team is stepping up to the plate and getting ready for the upcoming 2003 season.

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  • Sports | Feb.28, 2002

    Softball: Friars can’t turn lead into gold in California

    Providence College Softball kicked off the 2002 season in California at the University of California-Santa Barbara Softball by the Beach Invitational this past weekend. The Invitational included some of the area’s strongest college softball programs that are consistently ranked among the top 25 teams in the country.

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  • Sports | Feb.21, 2002

    Friars Softball begins season in California

    On Thursday, Feb. 20, the Providence College Softball team begins its season at the University of California-Santa Barbara Tournament in Santa Barbara, Ca. “This is our first time since I have been here that we have played on the West Coast,” said Head Coach Dana Fulmer.

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  • Sports | Nov.08, 2001

    PC dead in the water vs. BC

    by Paul Whitty On Tuesday, the Men’s Swimming Team competed against and lost to Big East Conference opponent Boston College, 148-68. “We performed well individually, but we were just out-manned,” explained senior captain Mike Maloney. Maloney won the one-meter dive…

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  • Sports | Nov.08, 2001

    Youthful Friars drop exhibition

    by Mary Allietta While most athletes panic when they have to trade in their lucky sneakers at the beginning of the season for “unlucky” new ones, the Women’s Basketball team had to open its season with new shoes and a…

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  • Sports | Nov.08, 2001

    D-Back’s win championship

    After a week of amazing comebacks, a final twist gave the Diamondbacks a 3-2 victory and a World Series title. “It could not finish in a more dramatic fashion,” said Luis Gonzalez, whose bat was headed to the Hall of Fame after his RBI single with one out capped a two-run rally.

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  • Sports | Nov.04, 2001

    Sister, Sister

    by, Virginia Cheng Minneapolis/St. Paul may be the twin cities, and Philadelphia may be the city of brotherly (or sisterly!) love, but Buffalo is where the Fanning twins and the Cappello sisters originate, and Providence is where they all ended…

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