June 23, 2017

Posts from "Sports"

  • Sports | Mar.02, 2017

    Friars Track Competes for Big East Championship

    by Eileen Flynn ’20 In Staten Island, New York, the Friars laced up their sneakers in the midst of other Big East rivals: Marquette, St. John’s, Villanova, Georgetown, Butler, and DePaul. The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Track Teams participated…

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  • Sports | Mar.02, 2017

    Hockey Program Bids Farewell to Seniors

    By Sam Scanlon ’19 As both the Providence College Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey teams wrapped up their regular season play, we said goodbye to the five women and six men graduating who have donned the black and white for…

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  • Sports | Mar.02, 2017

    Softball Plays in First Tournament

    by Meaghan Cahill ’20 The Providence College Softball Team started their season off with a 2-3 record in the D9 Orange Blossom Tournament held at the ESPN Wide World of Sports in Kissimmee, Florida. PC won their first game 9-3…

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  • Sports | Mar.02, 2017

    PCI: What’s More Fun to Watch

    NBA by Ethan Ticehurst ’18 The only time I have ever fallen asleep in the middle of watching sports involved the New York Islanders and the Montreal Canadiens. I had originally sat down in front of the TV figuring that…

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  • Sports | Feb.16, 2017

    Honoring Friar Athletic Legends

    by Sam Hardwick ’17 Providence College is a school of greats. During each Friar Legends Forever Jersey Retirement Event numbers get retired, legacies are revisited and the student body is reminded that there are all-time Friar legacies whose names are…

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  • Sports | Feb.16, 2017

    PCI: Who Will Win the Stanley Cup?

    by Max Anderson ’19 The Minnesota Wild are currently sitting at the top of the Western Conference standings with a record of 37-13-6 (7-2-1 in their last 10 games), hoping to continue their momentum and capture the franchise’s first Stanley…

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  • Sports | Feb.16, 2017

    Men’s Basketball Defeats No. 22 Butler

    By Jeff Williams ’17 After a heartbreaking loss to the Villanova Wildcats at a jam-packed Dunkin’ Donuts Center on Feb. 1, the Providence College Men’s Basketball Team fell to 14-10 overall and 4-7 in the Big East, a very disappointing…

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  • Sports | Feb.16, 2017

    Women’s Ice Hockey: Playoff Aspirations

    By Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Over the weekend, the Providence College Women’s Ice Hockey Team celebrated a few important milestones. Head Coach Bob Deraney became the winningest coach in Women’s Hockey East history with 154 league wins. On top of that,…

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  • Sports | Feb.16, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Anthony Florentino ’17

    By Meaghan Cahill ’20 Last weekend was a weekend of firsts for Providence College Men’s Ice Hockey player Anthony Florentino ’17. He scored his first ever career hat trick during the Friar’s 5-3 win over Univeristy of Maine. When asked…

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  • Sports | Dec.08, 2016

    Which Head Coach is Doing the Best Job at PC?

    Coach Cooley: Coaching a Division I college basketball team is never easy, but combine the fact that Providence College only has 4,000 undergraduates, it makes the task even more difficult.  Ever since March 22, 2011, when he was hired, Ed…

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