July 5, 2020

Posts from "Sports"

  • Sports | Feb.17, 2011

    Friars Sweep Huskies in Stellar Weekend

    When Jen Friedman ’12, a product of southern California with negligible outdoor skating experience, was asked about the thrill of scoring the first goal in the Women’s Hockey Team’s visit to Rentschler Field last Sunday, she one-timed the spotlight away from herself as nimbly as she does a teammate’s pass to the point.

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  • Sports | Feb.17, 2011

    First Half Effort All for Naught as Friars Fall to Huskies

    The Men’s Basketball Team has followed a fairly consistent formula during its road games this season. Start out slow, fall behind, stage an unlikely comeback, pull within a few points, and drop the game by a small margin. The Friars could not have drifted farther from that script in their 75-57 loss to Connecticut on Sunday, Feb. 13.

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  • Sports | Feb.17, 2011

    Trump Sets Sights on MLB

    With the New York Mets in dire straits as they face the consequences of investing with Bernie Madoff, who better to bail them out than Queens native Donald Trump? Trump has stated that he is interested in buying some or most of the New York Mets as a way to help the team’s struggling owners who are recovering from the financial fallout of Madoff’s colossal fraud.

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  • Sports | Feb.17, 2011

    Divers Wrap Up Season at Big East Championships

    This past weekend marked the official end of the season for the Men’s and Women’s Diving Teams, as they traveled to the Ralph R. Wright Natatorium for the 2011 Big East Championships. PC was represented extremely well on the men’s side by Ben Kardian ’13 and James Cebulski ’11.

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  • Sports | Feb.13, 2011

    Veharanta’s Two Goals not Enough in Loss to BC

    Whatever it was, if it really counted, the visiting Boston College Eagles had one more dose of it in Sunday’s women’s hockey match at Schneider Arena.

    While the Friars cultivated a pair of goals from Laura Veharanta ’12, who thereby splashed her 10-game pointless drought, BC indulged in a hat trick from junior Danielle Welch, spelling a 3-2 differential heading into the climactic stages of the game.

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  • Sports | Feb.13, 2011

    Snow Forces Lax Squad Off Campus

    Most athletic teams here at the College have not been affected by the severe weather this winter. The winter teams, because they practice and compete indoors, have gone about their seasons normally, except for a few cancelled or postponed events along the way.

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  • Sports | Feb.13, 2011

    Friars Get Fourth Big East Win in Rout of Villanova

    Last night, the PC Women’s Basketball team triumphed over a struggling Villanova squad by a final score of 58-49. This victory, along with the win over Seton Hall, combine for the Friars’ first back-to-back conference wins thus far this season.

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  • Sports | Feb.13, 2011

    Solid Performances by Friars at Giegengack

    The Men’s and Women’s Indoor Track Teams continued their seasons last weekend, this time competing at the Yale Giegengack Invitational, a non-scoring meet that featured many top echelon teams from the Northeast. The two-day meet began on Friday, Feb. 4 (a day which was mainly for preliminary runs), and concluded on Saturday, Feb. 5 (which was for final runs and throws).

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  • Sports | Feb.13, 2011

    Friars Tie UVM, but Defense Falters Next Night in Loss

    Friday had a bittersweet ending, but Saturday was just bitter. On Saturday, Feb. 5 at the Gutterson Fieldhouse in Burlington, Vt., UVM beat the Men’s Hockey team 7-1. The Catamounts came away with three goals in each of the first two periods to gain the win.

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  • Sports | Feb.13, 2011

    An Aspiring Sportswriter Gets a Look at the Business

    Beat Writer Alexis Smith ’12 Shadows Sportswriter Peter Gobis of The Sun Chronicle and Leaves with Some Valuable Insight.

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