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  • Sports | Oct.28, 2010

    The Dope Sheet

    The Dope Sheet. The newest feature of The Cowl’s Sports Section is the present column, The Dope Sheet. This weekly piece is a digest of sports news from the Providence College world. In addition to providing news and notes on current and former Friars, The Dope Sheet also reports on key sporting events, praiseworthy achievements, and various other items which are of practical use to the Friar fan.

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  • Sports | Oct.28, 2010

    PCI

    The Cowl sports writers discuss who will finish at the top of the Big East for Men’s Basketball this year?

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  • Sports | Oct.28, 2010

    Friars Edged by One Goal in Both Weekend Games

    The Friars (1-4-0, 1-2-0 Hockey East) keep the scores close. Their last two games have been lost by a difference of just one goal, which shows how the team has grown from last year. With the enthusiastic freshman and the new leadership, the Men’s Ice Hockey Team is off to a great start this year.

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  • Sports | Oct.28, 2010

    Friars Prevail over Pirates and Panthers

    Here is the question on everyone’s mind: What are they feeding Andrew Sousa ’11? After scoring three goals in two games over the course of four days, Sousa has almost single-handedly given the Friars a new breath of life with just one game remaining in the regular season.

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  • Sports | Oct.28, 2010

    Rugby Rebounds in 53-0 Rout of Wheaton

    It’s autumn once again in New England and you know what that means, right? Grandma is at home, whipping out her recipe for that delicious apple pie that makes our mouths water just thinking about it. On Saturday, Oct. 23, PC Black Pack Rugby made a different type of pie using the Wheaton College squad as their ingredients (metaphorically, of course) as they made mince meat out of the opposition. It was obvious that each and every member of the Pack had a chip on their shoulder after last week’s defeat as they prevailed by a score of 53-0.

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  • Sports | Oct.28, 2010

    Friars’ True Colors Show in Shutout of Princeton

    She did not declare it outright, but odds are Abby Gauthier ’12 was the tensest individual in Schneider Arena last Saturday when her goal was placed under video review.

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  • Sports | Oct.28, 2010

    Men and Women Take Third at CCSU Meet

    The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Teams competed this past Saturday at the Central Connecticut State Mini Meet. This race, which took place in New Britain, Conn., had both teams finishing third in their respective races. Many of the top runners for the Friars who also competed the previous week had this meet off.

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  • Sports | Oct.21, 2010

    PC Names Captains at Pep Rally

    The Men’s Ice Hockey Team announced its 2010 season captains and assistant captains at the hockey pep rally on Thursday, Oct. 7, in McPhail’s. Coach Tim Army made the announcement of the four players chosen by the team to be the 2010-11 season’s team leaders.

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  • Sports | Oct.21, 2010

    Providence Splits Against Notre Dame, DePaul

    For most college students, a home cooked meal is something that must not be taken for granted. When presented with the opportunity to have a meal cooked by Mom or Dad, everyone in the college crowd will take advantage. Eating out or on the road is great at times, but nothing beats a home cooked meal. The Women’s Soccer Team has done some great home cooking this sason, considering that the Friars have earned four wins and a tie at home this season. Not only have they been winning games, but also they have been doing so in commanding fashion, as they were outscoring opponents 21-14 coming into the weekend.

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  • Sports | Oct.21, 2010

    Black Pack Stunned

    On Sun. Oct. 17, in Newport, R.I., PC “Black Pack” Rugby took on Salve Regina, but unfortunately the Pack was not able to maintain their untarnished record as they fell 31-20 in a very exciting contest. The boys representing Salve Regina were very physical and hard-nosed. They weren’t the prettiest or smartest bunch of guys, but they were somehow able to stun the Pack in a game in which the lead changed several times. Salve Regina had good forwards and a solid back line, which prevented the high-scoring Pack from surpassing 20 points. An early try got the Pack down, as they missed the ball on the back field, and they were unable to recover from the early deficit.

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