August 21, 2017

Posts from "Athlete of the Week"

  • Athlete of the Week | May.04, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Julian Oakley

    By: Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Julian Oakley ’G has been running for the Providence College Cross Country and Track teams since the 2012-2013 season. All the way from Tauranga, New Zealand, Oakley came to Providence mainly because of Ray Treacy. He…

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  • PCI | May.04, 2017

    PCI: Who will win the Stanley Cup?

    By: Jake Scearbo ’17 The best part about the Stanley Cup playoffs is that if a team makes it in, anything can happen. The parity in these playoffs is unmatched. Despite this fact, the Edmonton Oilers are poised to hoist…

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  • Friar Sports | May.04, 2017

    Friars Say Goodbye to Seniors

    By: Eileen Flynn ’20 As classes are coming to an end, so is the season for spring sports. Providence College hosted both lacrosse and softball’s senior games this past weekend. The softball team kicked the weekend off Saturday afternoon, welcoming…

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  • Professional Sports | May.04, 2017

    Professional Sports Moments of the Year: Fifth Lombardi to Foxborough

    By: Sam Scanlon ’19 28-3 with a little over two minutes remaining in the third quarter. The New England Patriots were trailing the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI and the chance to etch their names into the history books…

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  • Professional Sports | May.04, 2017

    Professional Sport Moments of the Year: Chicago Cubs No Longer Lovable Losers

    By: Ethan Ticehurst ’18 Everyone should feel lucky that they were not my neighbors on the night of November 2, 2016. As the time approached midnight, my yells directed at the television screen grew louder and louder. Finally, just after…

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  • Friar Sports | May.04, 2017

    Friar Sports Moment of the Year: Men’s Soccer Defeats No. 1 Maryland

    by Jeff Williams ’17 The Providence College Men’s Soccer Team had a remarkable conclusion to the 2016 regular season, running the gauntlet with eight straight victories (including an undefeated October) and the Big East regular season. PC suffered a tough…

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  • Friar Sports | Apr.27, 2017

    Providence to Host 2021 March Madness

    by Jeff Williams ’17 The Providence College Men’s Basketball Team comes off yet another successful season for head coach Ed Cooley and his Friars. After losing Kris Dunn ’16 and Ben Bentil ’18 to the National Basketball Association, the Friar…

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  • Friar Sports | Apr.27, 2017

    Sister, Sister: Interview with Tennis Sisters

    by Lauren Altmeyer ’17 For sisters Amanda Pitocco ’17 and Natalie Pitocco ’20, tennis is a family affair. Starting at the ages of seven and five, respectively, they got their love of the sport from their mom. “Our mom got…

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  • Athlete of the Week | Apr.27, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Jarrod Neumann ’17

    by Sam Scanlon ’19 The Providence College Men’s Lacrosse team certainly does not lack offensive firepower. However, the core of this squad can be found in its defensive unit. Led by Jarrod Neumann ’17, the Friars’ defense has been an…

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  • PCI | Apr.27, 2017

    PCI: Who Will Win the NBA Finals?

    Warriors by Max Anderson ’18 There is no doubt in my mind that a Western Conference team will win the NBA Championship this season. The only question is which team it will be: The newly formed super team Golden State…

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