July 24, 2017

Friars Ousted from Hockey East Playoffs by BC

  • Uncategorized | Mar.18, 2008

    Friars Ousted from Hockey East Playoffs by BC

    Freshman leftwing Ian O’Conner scored the Friars lone goal, as the Providence College Men’s Hockey Team lost 5-1 for the second straight game in a best-of-three playoff series to No. 9 Boston College at Chestnut Hill on Saturday. The loss eliminates the Friars from Hockey East playoff contention.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.17, 2008

    Senior Class Gift Announced

    The Senior Class Gift for the Class of 2008 was announced on Saturday, March 15 in McPhail’s during Senior Night. The gift will be an engraved stone, which will be placed at the corner of Eaton and Huxley. Twenty-five thousand dollars in donations will be needed to fund the project, which should be completed by the end of the summer.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.17, 2008

    Friars Fire Welsh

    Providence College fired Men’s Basketball Coach Tim Welsh on Saturday. Welsh led the Friars to a 15-16 record this season and they finished 6-12 in the Big East. The Friars also made it to the Big East Tournament where they were ousted in the first round, for the second year in a row, by the University of West Virginia.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.15, 2008

    PC Adds New Security Measures

    Recent tragedies on the campuses of Northern Illinois University and Virginia Tech University have raised concerns pertaining to security on college campuses. In light of these events, Providence College has begun implementing new security measures and procedures to prevent similar attacks from occurring on its campus.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.13, 2008

    College Searches For New Creative Writing in Fiction Professor

    This year, the Providence College English Department has been on a quest for a new faculty member to serve as a professor of Creative Writing in Fiction. “In any department, you create a tenure-track line,” said Chard deNiord, associate professor of English.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.13, 2008

    Friars Fall in First Round of Big East Tourney

    “Hot and cold” is probably one of the most accurate ways to sum up the Providence College Men’s Basketball Team this season. On some nights, the team shot lights out from beyond the arc and defended well enough to keep their opponents scratching their heads long after the final buzzer.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.13, 2008

    Providence Tennis Team Struggling to Find Stroke

    The Friars’ Tennis Team continued its 2008 campaign this weekend, traveling to West Point, NY, for three days of matches against the toughest opponents they have faced so far this season. Providence went 0-3 dropping to Seton Hall, Army, and Marist bringing its overall record to 5-5.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.13, 2008

    Friars Advance to Hockey East Tournament

    Last weekend marked the end of regular season play in the Hockey East conference. The 10-team league is now down to eight for the playoffs. It was a tough race to the finish with so much at stake in the final weekend. The Providence College Men’s Hockey team is one of those eight.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.13, 2008

    PCI

    I know we all want the answer to this question to be our very own Providence College Friars, and though believe me I’m hoping for it, I have to go with the first seeded Georgetown Hoyas. Many of you reading are probably saying, “Wow, he’s taking the easy way out.

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  • Uncategorized | Mar.13, 2008

    Track Finishes Strong

    With the NCAA championships on the horizon, the Providence College Men’s and Women’s Track Teams both had strong showings in their final team meets of the season. The women’s team competed at the ECAC championships on Sunday, March 9, at the Reggie Lewis Center, in Boston, MA, and Head Coach Ray Treacy’s squad was quite impressive.

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