Category: Sports

Should Running Backs Be Paid like Star Players? Providence College Investigates: NFL

No, They Should Not The New York Giants shockingly made a smart decision this offseason. They decided not to extend Saquon Barkley to a long term, high paying contract. Don’t get me wrong, Saquon is a great player and is the best player on the whole Giants team. That does NOT mean that he is […]

Aidan Bennett '24

Should Running Backs Be Paid like Star Players? Providence College Investigates: NFL

Yes, They Should It is very clear that NFL running backs should be compensated just as much as the other star player positions. A running back has  one of the most important positions on the football field; however, it is also one of the most injury-prone positions in all of sports. In today’s NFL, having […]

Patrick Walsh '24

Men’s Soccer Update

The Providence College men’s soccer team is off to a 2–4–2 overall start with a 0–1–1 Big East record. The Friars have had a brutal schedule to start the season, playing at the time No. 1 Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY as their first game of the season. The team fell to Syracuse 0–2 with […]

Justin Bishop '24

Women’s Soccer Update

The Providence College women’s soccer team has had an exceptional start to their season with five consecutive wins against Iona, Quinnipiac, University of Rhode Island, Brown, and Temple University. Not to mention, all wins for Providence resulted in clean sheets for goalkeepers Emma Bodmer ’24, Katherine McElroy GS’22 and Ava Ripanti ’27. The first match […]

O’Livia Lopes ’26

Battle for the MLB Postseason: Tight Races in the AL East, West, and NL Central

The temperatures are falling, the leaves are changing, and the MLB Postseason is coming upon us. The final weeks of the regular season are underway, and while teams like the Braves and Dodgers have locked up their divisions, there are plenty of divisional races and wild card berths that could come down to the final […]

Dan Charapp ’25

PCI: Who Will Win the Heisman? Part Two: Michael Penix Jr.

We all know how important leadership is, especially in sports. The Washington Huskies have something brewing, and thanks to their leader, Michael Penix Jr., they have secured a top 10 spot in the AP poll for now. The Huskies have picked up right where they left off last season, dismantling everyone. They have cruised to […]

Patrick Walsh '24

PCI: Who Will Win the Heisman? Part One: Sam Hartman

This year’s Heisman race is already over. Everyone wants to sit around and crown anyone who plays for Colorado, but as the temperature cools, so will their chances of winning anything of importance. They are an average team (at best) and the most overrated team I have seen in a decade. This will knock out […]

Aidan Bennett '24