August 23, 2017

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  • Sports | Feb.04, 2010

    Matthews Takes Second in 1000-meter

    The Men’s and Women’s Track Teams returned to action last weekend at Boston University’s Terrier Invitational where the Friars had strong showings in both the middle distance and distance events.

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  • Sports | Feb.04, 2010

    Friars’ Skid Extends to Five Games after Rough Weekend

    This weekend, the Men’s Hockey Team continued on its losing skid, dropping two games to ranked opponents and falling to 9-15-1 overall and 4-13-1 in Hockey East. The Friars hosted No. 14 UMass on Saturday, Jan. 30, and were topped by the Minutemen 4-1. The evening before, PC traveled to Chestnut Hill, Mass. where they fell 5-2 to the No. 15 Eagles of Boston College.

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  • Sports | Feb.04, 2010

    Offense Stalls as Providence Falls to Harvard, UVM

    The Women’s Hockey Team sprinkled a tiny bit of sentimental sugar on an otherwise disappointing weekend in the third period of a visit to then-No. 7 Harvard last Saturday. They reignited their offensive intensity, trimmed the rate of shots directed at their own goaltender, Genevieve Lacasse ’12, and deleted a long-standing 1-0 deficit courtesy of Arianna Rigano’s ’10 goal with 10:42 to spare.

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  • Sports | Feb.04, 2010

    PCI

    Debate over freshman impact on men’s basketball.

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    Freshman Friars Go 1-2-3 in 5,000-Meter Race at URI

    The Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track Teams opened their seasons at the University of Rhode Island’s Sorlien Invitational last weekend.

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    Faith Restored to Friartown

    One game Friar fans left the Dunkin’ Donuts Center cursing out players and coaches and the next they stormed the court in jubilant celebration. That’s life in the Big East. It’s an emotional roller coaster of ups and downs, highlight dunks and forgettable turnovers— and in Providence’s case the highest of highs and the lowest of lows took place over the course of just five days. After

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    A Rhode Islander Reacts: PC-URI Rivalry Safe for Now

    It was a real shocker to me, a Rhode Island kid through-and-through, when I heard the rumors during finals last semester that the Friars-Rams basketball rivalry was in jeopardy, due to PC’s reluctance to return to the Ryan Center.

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    The Break that Was: Friars Go 3-3 in Conference Play

    The Friars began their Big East odyssey by travelling to South Bend, Ind. and were handed a loss by the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    Two OT Games too Much for PC

    This weekend the Men’s Hockey Team continued a three-game skid, losing two consecutive hard-fought overtime games, dropping the team to 9-13-1 overall and 4-11-1 in Hockey East play. On Saturday the Friars fell at Merrimack College, 2-1, to follow up a 3-2 loss on home ice to the No. 16 University of New Hampshire.

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  • Sports | Jan.28, 2010

    Marandola, Cournoyer Take Over PC Record Books

    Since Providence has entered the belly of the Big East schedule in the last four weeks, the level of competition has increased greatly. And although the wins are not coming as easily as they did earlier in the season, the Friars are still working hard, and that effort is translating into the record books

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