Category: Sports

Sport Shorts 05/04/23

O’Livia Lopes ’26 Sports Staff Lacrosse The Providence College men’s lacrosse team is now at 6–8 overall, holding a 2–3 Big East Conference record. On April 21, the Friars fell to the University of Denver in a match that ended 6–13. Ryan Bell ’25 led the scoring with three points on two goals and one […]

The Cowl Editor

A New Era in Friartown: New HC Kim English Takes Over PC Job

Justin Bishop ’24 Sports Staff It has been almost a month since Ed Cooley left Providence College for a fresh start at Georgetown University after 12 great seasons as the men’s basketball head coach. Rumors began swirling about Cooley leaving Providence after a report that he had met with Georgetown representatives before the Friars game […]

Justin Bishop '24

Recap of The Masters Tournament

Joseph Quirk ’23 Sports Co-Editor The 87th annual Master’s Tournament concluded just over a week and a half ago at the beautiful Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, GA, and it did not disappoint. Jon Rahm became the fourth Spanish player to win the tournament when he took first place, shooting a -12 for the […]

Joe Quirk '23

PCI: Who Will Win the 2023 Stanley Cup?

Colorado Avalanche: Will Murphy ’23 Sports Co-Editor The National Hockey League playoffs have earned a reputation as one of the most exciting postseasons in all of sports, and rightfully so. This year’s regular season has already gone down in  history because of the Boston Bruins’ record-breaking run to 63 wins and a whopping 135 points. […]

Will Murphy and Joe Quirk

Sport Shorts 04/20/23

Daniel Charapp ’25 Sports Staff Lacrosse: The Providence College men’s lacrosse team is 5–7 overall, with a 1–2 Big East Conference record. On April 1, the Friars beat the Marquette University Golden Eagles at home 16–14. Matt Grillo ’23 GS led the Friars in scoring with five goals, while James Corasaniti ’23 GS led with […]

The Cowl Editor

AotW: Brady Berard

The Providence College men’s ice hockey team has had a tumultuous season so far. After a strong start to the season that saw them in the USCHO top-20 and several victories over other top teams, the Friars finished off their regular season with a whimper. From Jan. 14 through Feb. 3, the Friars lost five […]

Joe Quirk '23

PC Hockey East Tournament Update: Both the Menís and Womenís Squads Find SuccessPC Hockey East Tournament Update:

It has been quite a rollercoaster year for the Providence College men’s and women’s ice hockey programs. After strong starts for both teams that saw them among the nation’s top programs, they have finished their seasons in a nail-biting fashion.  The women’s team finished their season a strong 22-11-4 with a record of 15-8-4 in […]

Joe Quirk '23