Category: Athlete of the Week

Athlete of the Week: Gil Santos

The Providence College men’s soccer team record currently stands at four wins, four losses, and seven ties. Given their strong holding season, these last upcoming regular season games give a promising outlook for their Big East Tournament appearance, yet to come. After the Friars hosted their recent two-game homestand, they came out with a win […]

O'Livia Lopes '26

Athlete of the Week: Riley Duran

The Providence College men’s ice hockey team came into the season with high expectations. Coming off a third consecutive year of barely missing the NCAA tournament, the Friars entered the season picked to finish No. 4 in the loaded Hockey East Conference, according to the conference coaches’ poll. The Friars also welcomed back the top […]

Joe Quirk '23

Athlete of the Week: Brian Lopez

The Providence College men’s soccer team is currently at two wins, two losses, and four ties for the 2022 season. On Saturday, Sept. 17, the Friars played Villanova University in their first Big East conference game of the season, and proved they weren’t going to settle for the 0–1 lead that the Wildcats had led […]

O'Livia Lopes '26

Men’s Soccer Excitement for Things to Come

Interview With Big East Offensive Player of the Week Davis Smith Justin Bishop ’24 Sports Staff The Providence College Men’s Soccer team has been competing at a high level all season, which has earned them the No. 24 team ranking in the entire nation. Moving to 6-1-1 overall and 2-0-0 against teams in the Big […]

Sarah McLaughlin '23

Wheeler and Coffin Set Pace for Friars Track and Field

Runners Excel in Championship Races By Joseph Quirk ’23 and Cam Smith ’21 Sports Staff and Sports Co-Editor Last month, two Providence College athletes took their talents to the NCAA championships. Abbey Wheeler ’20GS finished fifth in the 5,000-meter at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships. Maria Coffin ’21 placed 99th out of 253 […]

Jack Belanger

Friar Freshman Off To Hot Start

Diarbian Right at Home in Friartown By Thomas Zinzarella ’21 Sports Staff Coming into the fall season, Providence College Men’s Soccer player Gevork Diarbian ’24 did not know what to expect. Colleges around the country were still attempting to figure out a safe way for fall sports to occur. As a conference with member schools […]

Jack Belanger

Former Friars Make History as First Female NHL Scout

A True Trailblaxer, Cammi Granato ’93 Is No Newcomer to Breaking Barriers by Liam Tormey ’22 Cammi Granato ’93 has been the first to achieve a lot of things in her life. She was one of the first women to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, she was the first to captain the […]

Sarah McLaughlin '23