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Big East Media Day

  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Big East Media Day

    The business room at Madison Square Garden was lit up with extra cameras and lighting effects, and those familiar school banners were raised high for all to see. That old tradition of college basketball’s finest coming together at the basketball Mecca had energized the pens and pads of Big East journalists looking for that one quote that would give them that story they had traveled to New York for.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Former OAS Office Remains Empty

    For years now, blue chairs, maroon couches, jean pillows, and mismatched tables have cluttered the lower level of Phillips Memorial Library. The space the former Office of Academic Services once occupied has been shadowed in darkness since October 2008. In 1999, plans were drawn out for three reconstruction phases for the library that was originally built in 1968.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    PCI

    The drought is finally over, Yankee fans. Well, at least the getting back to the World Series part. Baseball’s most storied franchise wrapped up their 40th American League Pennant Sunday night, eliminating the Angels in six games. Next up are the defending champs, the Philadelphia Phillies.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Women’s Soccer Honors Eight Seniors at Senior Day

    The Providence College Women’s Soccer Team concluded its 2009 season on a strong note over the weekend with a win and a loss, but more importantly, the sense that this is an exciting time for the women’s soccer program at Providence. On Sunday, Oct. 25, Providence dropped a tough 1-0 decision to a very talented West Virginia team which earned third place in the final rankings for the Big East American Division.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Swimmers Take 3rd, 4th

    On Saturday, Oct. 24, the Providence College Swimming and Diving Team traveled to UConn to compete in the Husky Invitational in Storrs, Conn. The men’s side placed third out of five teams with 275.5 points on the day, while the women’s squad finished in fourth out of five teams with a score of 197.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Ritter’s Late Goal Earns OT Win for PC

    The Providence College Men’s Soccer Team didn’t let a little rain ruin their weekend. The Friars registered a rain soaked victory to pull themselves back to .500 on Saturday, Oct. 24. They followed up nicely on Wednesday, Oct. 28 with a 1-0 overtime victory over West Virginia in Morgantown.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    XC Readies for Big East

    After wrapping up a victory at this past weekend’s Central Connecticut State Meet, the Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Teams are set to travel to Milwaukee, Wisc. in hopes of improving upon their 4th place finishes at last year’s Big East Championship meet.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Women’s Hockey Drops Mayor’s Cup to Brown, 5-1

    The Providence College Women’s Hockey Team had less to say and more to do as it abandoned the shards of a regular Mayor’s Cup mayhem last Sunday. A brittle 1-0 lead sculpted over an encouraging first period had morphed into a shaky 1-1 knot through the second intermission and ultimately a 5-1 triumph for Brown University, who usurped the civic chalice in front of a humbled home congregation at Schneider Arena.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Bergland’s Hat Trick Paces Providence

    The Providence College Men’s Hockey Team finished preparation for the conference with a road trip to Bowling Green, Ohio, where they went 2-0 against the Falcons of Bowling Green State University, with sophomore Matt Bergland earning himself Hockey East Player of the Week honors.

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  • Uncategorized | Oct.29, 2009

    Students Recieve Free Bike Tune-Ups

    On Oct. 17, 2009, Recreational Equipment Incorporated (REI) and Health Education and Wellness assisted students in servicing their bicycles. Sponsored by Katie Gates, Student Health, and services provided by REI of Cranston, the event gave students the opportunity to bring their bikes for a safety check and a mini tune-up.

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