March 29, 2017

Posts from "Sports"

  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Gillies, Acciari Net Regional Awards

    by Brannon Walker-Hodges ’16 Sports Staff First things first, let’s commend all of our Friars Men’s Hockey players for their hard work and effort for bringing Friartown their first national championship in school history. Many of the players currently on…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Champs:

    by Veronica Lippert ’15 Sports Staff What a difference a national championship can make. Last weekend, for a few short days, Providence College was a hockey school. Some students shelled out more than $200 for tickets to the final and…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    PCI: Who will play in the 2016 world series?- AL: Boston Red Sox

    It may seem hard to believe, but the Boston Red Sox will be attempting to go from worst-to-first for the second time in four years. Although this seems highly improbable, especially considering the struggles that plagued the Sox last season,…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    PCI: Who will play in the 2016 world series?- NL: New York Mets

    As a perennially disappointed New York Mets fan, I always start the season with high expectations only to have them crushed by the All Star Game. However, this year I truly see a team that can squeak into the playoffs…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Athlete of the Week: Buck McClure

    by Gretta Schultz ’17 Sports Staff Buck McClure ’15 has always been a strong lacrosse player.  In high school, he was a four-year varsity letter winner at Dallas Jesuit in Texas. McClure played for Team Dallas and Dallas Select during…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    PC Represented at U-19 National Camp

    by Nate Svogun ’16 Sports Staff In the past few weeks, we have witnessed members of PC athletics prove that they can compete with the very best at the national level. Although the 2015 NCAA champion Men’s Hockey Team may…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Gillies Moves on to the Show

    by Veronica Lippert ’15 Sports Staff In only three years with Providence College, Jon Gillies ’16 has proven himself to be one of the best goalies in the NCAA and one of the best goaltending prospects in the country. Also…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Goodbye LaDontae: A Tribute to a PC Legend

    by James Kirby ’15 Sports Staff The year is 2011. Providence College basketball is coming off a 4-14 Big East season, going 15-17 for the year. The year was just  another disappointment on a string of mediocrity in which the…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Softball Takes One From Villanova

    by Sarah Wacik ’15 Sports Staff In a three-game series against the Villanova Wildcats, the PC Women’s Softball Team displayed an overall solid performance, but was able to walk away with just one win. Each game was decided by only…

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  • Sports | Jul.20, 2015

    Men’s Rugby Tackles Its Way to Nationals

    by DJ Anderson ’16 Sports Editor The Black Pack Rugby team recently finished up their spring season, with the highlight being them qualifying for the USA Rugby National 7s tournament in Denver, Colorado. On April 12, in Easton, Massachusetts, the…

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