June 27, 2017

Posts from "Sports"

  • Sports | Oct.12, 2016

    PCI: What’s More Entertaining: NFL Regular Season Games or the MLB playoffs?

    by Kevin Skirvin’ 18 Sports Staff Easy, MLB! It’s so hard to argue against an NFL empire that has practically claimed ownership over every day of the week, but the MLB playoffs cannot be shortchanged. This year in particular, the…

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  • Sports | Sep.29, 2016

    College Football: The PC Way

      by Jeff Williams ’17 Sports Staff As Providence College nears its 100th anniversary, the entire Friar community is celebrating how far this campus has come. This is certainly true, but every freshman that comes to campus will always wonder:…

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  • Sports | Sep.29, 2016

    Editor’s Corner: The Rise of the Rookie Quarterback

    by Sam Hardwick ’17 Sports Editor The NFL season is now in full swing and there has already been a number of surprises (Sam Bradford beat the Panthers???) and number of non surprises (The Browns being on their third quarterback…

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  • Sports | Sep.29, 2016

    PCI: Should Club Athletes Have Access to Sports Medicine and Training Facilities?

        Club sports at Providence College are of great interest to many students. They are an opportunity for students who were great athletes in high school that do not want to deal with the stresses of a Division I,…

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  • Sports | Sep.29, 2016

    Women’s Soccer Makes Big Plans Upcoming Season

    by Gretta Schultz ’17 Sports Editor Providence College’s Women’s Soccer team has been working hard for their season opener against Georgetown University. In an interview with staff writer Lauren Altmeyer ’17, Coach Sam Lopes shed some light on the preparation…

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  • Sports | Sep.22, 2016

    PCI: Should Students Pay for Hockey Tickets?

    by Sam Scanlon ’20 and Max Anderson’18 Heck Yes! As October approaches and Schneider Arena begins to buzz, we are eagerly waiting for the Friars to take the ice for another exciting winter season. Preparations for the 2016-2017 campaign are…

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  • Sports | Sep.22, 2016

    Editor’s Corner: Which Fitness Band is Right for Me?

    by Gretta Schultz Sports Editor In 2008, silly bands were all the rage.  As we could have predicted, this fad came and went, just like many other fads throughout time. One trend that seems to stick, however, especially in American…

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  • Sports | Sep.22, 2016

    Spotlight: Jimmy Garoppolo

    by Chris McCormack Sports Staff Last Sunday night, the New England Patriots did what they do best: win. Even with their superstar quarterback Tom Brady shelved for the first four games of the season, and coming in as five point…

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  • Sports | Sep.22, 2016

    Athlete of the Week: Michelle Cruz

    by Liza Sisk’19 Sports Staff This week’s edition of Athlete of the Week features the Providence College Women’s Volleyball Captain, Michelle Cruz. Hailing from Midland Park, New Jersey, this libero is in the throws of her final season donning the…

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  • Sports | Sep.15, 2016

    PCI MLB: Who will be the MVP?

    Jake Scearbo ’17 and Liza Sisk ’19 Sports Staff Kris Bryant Versatility is not necessarily a common quality in an athlete playing Major League Baseball, or any professional sport for that matter. The ability for a baseball player to step…

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