June 27, 2017

Posts from "Sports"

  • Sports | Nov.17, 2016

    Men’s Soccer Ready for NCAAs

    by Jeff Williams ’17 After a slow 4-5 start that included losses to the University of Rhode Island, Clemson, Georgetown, Butler, and the University of Connecticut, Providence College Men’s Soccer has turned on their jets and has become one of…

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  • Sports | Nov.10, 2016

    PCI: Who will be the Men’s Basketball MVP this season?

    Emmitt Holt For the casual basketball fan, you may not have heard of Emmitt Holt ’18, but after this basketball season he will be a common name around campus.  Holt is a transfer from Indiana University and brings experience after…

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  • Sports | Nov.10, 2016

    Find the Fitness Class Best For You

    by Gretta Schultz ’17 Most colleges and universities do not place a heavy focus on student fitness.  Here at Providence College we are fortunate to have access to a state of the art fitness center and field house. What some…

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  • Sports | Nov.10, 2016

    Cross Country Eyes NCAA Championship

    by Liza Sisk ’18 This year, both the Women’s and Men’s Providence College Cross Country teams sprinted to a successful finish in their regular seasons and are already showing promise for a competitive and prosperous championship run. Both teams competed…

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  • Sports | Nov.10, 2016

    FLY THE W: Cubs Win First Title in 108 Years

    by Kevin Skirvin ’18 What a win it was. Game seven took us into the early morning hours this past Wednesday but it was well worth the wait. With a final score of 8-7, the Cubs were able to erase…

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  • Sports | Nov.03, 2016

    Women’s Ice Hockey: Build Up the Culture and Keep the Focus

    by Jeff Williams ’17 Staff Writer After several losing seasons in a row and just 10 wins last season, the Providence College Women’s Ice Hockey team looks to improve this season, and they certainly have nowhere to go but up.…

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  • Sports | Nov.03, 2016

    Men’s Ice Hockey: Build Up the Culture and Keep the Focus

    by Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Staff Writer There is no doubt that the Providence College hockey program has made an incredible turnaround since the arrival of Coach Nate Leaman in 2011. In his five seasons at PC, the Friars have amassed…

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  • Sports | Nov.03, 2016

    Fall Update: Friars Gain No. 25 Rank

    by Kevin Skirvin  ’18 Assistant Editor The Providence College Men’s Soccer Team traveled out to Nebraska on Saturday to take on No. 18 Creighton with hopes of clinching a share of the Big East title. PC’s upset was their first…

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  • Sports | Nov.03, 2016

    Swimming and Diving: Record-Breaking Possibilities

    by Liza Sisk ’19 Staff Writer The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Teams are ready to make a splash this season. The Friars hosted their first home meet on Oct. 21. Despite ultimately falling to Bryant University,…

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  • Sports | Nov.03, 2016

    Women’s Basketball: Poised for Bounce Back Season

    by Jake Scearbo ’17 Sports Staff The start of a new season offers so many opportunities for the Providence College Women’s Basketball Team. After struggling with a 5-24 record last season, head coach Susan Robinson Fruchtl resigned from her position. …

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