August 18, 2017

Friars Rebound in Weekend of Home Play

  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Friars Rebound in Weekend of Home Play

    This weekend the Providence College Men’s Soccer Team showed they were a force to be reckoned with going 1-0-1, improving their overall record to 4-3-1. On Friday, Sept. 25, PC hosted Big East foe Syracuse University and outdueled them 1-0. On Sunday, Sept.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Volleyball Wins 3 of 4

    It was a good week for the Providence College Volleyball Team. The Friars went 2-1 in the Sixth Annual Providence College Friar Classic by sweeping St. Francis and Coppin State, and dropping a match against New Hampshire. Finish off the stretch with a second victory over St.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Double OT Games End in Tie and Loss

    The Providence College Women’s Soccer Team (5-4-2, 0-2-1 Big East) set a school record by playing in two straight double overtime games this past week. The first was a hard-fought, exhausting loss to the always physical Syracuse Orange, and the second a key tie to No.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Sports Boss: Another Brand of Football

    The sight of riot police riding around on horses with billy clubs and tear gas doesn’t exactly put oneself at ease. And as I neared Emirates Stadium in the northern part of London, this vision certainly triggered a “not in Kansas anymore” epiphany. This was English Premiere League Football; and I was smack dab in the middle of it.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    PCI

    Both Jill Camburn and Tim Ritter have been explosive for their respective Friar teams this season. If there were a Friar Fantasy League, who would you rather have on your team? Both the Men’s and Women’s Soccer Teams are off to formidable starts. While the men have done it defensively, the women have depended on more offensive outbursts.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Field Hockey Suffers Road Woes

    The saying “don’t judge a book by it’s cover” should be the motto of the Providence College Women’s Field Hockey team for their performance in the first half of the season. After two straight losses, the team has fallen to a dismal 3-6 record on the season.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Friar Faithful Seeks Positive Impact on Campus

    It began on the night of Jan. 20, 2009 in a small film room next to the coaches’ offices inside the hall of fame hallway in Alumni Hall. A group of PC students, mostly seniors and a few juniors and sophomores, sat in the padded chairs similar to those that are reserved for the ticket-holding elite at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Tennis Team Faces Best of the Best at ITA

    The Providence College Tennis Team (3-0, 0-0 Big East) competed last weekend at the ITA Eastern Championships at West Point, N.Y. The event started on Friday, Sept 25, and ended on Sunday, Sept. 27. The event was held at the United States Military Academy.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Friars Give Good Effort, but Results Lacking

    Providence College women’s hockey Coach Bob Deraney could not stress it enough: statistically speaking, the implications of last weekend’s 7-4 exhibition loss to McGill University will accumulate like a fallen snowflake in 50-degree weather. In recent years, the Friars have habitually tuned up for the regular season by scrimmaging-and battering-a younger squad from the Ontario-based Provincial Women’s League, then proceeded to undergo a wake-up call after games began to matter.

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  • Uncategorized | Sep.30, 2009

    Men’s and Women’s XC Open Season with Wins

    Sunday, Sept. 6, 2009 marked the beginning of the Providence College Cross Country season, and both teams did not disappoint. Both the men’s and women’s seasons kicked off with a dual meet held at the University of New Hampshire. Coach Ray Treacy returns his top two men’s harriers, senior Hayden McLaren and junior David McCarthy, while the women’s team continues to see success from sophomore Hannah Davidson and quickly emerging freshmen Samantha Roecker and Shelby Greany as they search to fill the void left by all-American Danette Doetzel ’09.

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