July 20, 2019

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Greany Leads Friars in Elite Field at Griak Invitational

    In the sea of runners, the Women’s Cross Country Team stood poised and ready to take off when the starting gun sounded. The No. 17 Friars finished fifth this past Saturday in the Roy Griak Invitational at the University of Minnesota. This was the first race of the season where all nine Providence runners competed.

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    The Dope Sheet

    Sports Digest

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Uconn Blanks Friars in Conference Opener

    After recording stellar back-to-back victories during the previous week, the Field Hockey Team could not maintain that momentum as the Friars fell 2-0 to No. 6 Connecticut on Friday, Sept. 24, during their Big East opener.

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  • Sports | Sep.23, 2010

    The Sportsboss with Chris Torello

    What did Reggie Bush learn by giving up the greatest award in sports? Did giving up the Heisman cause him to lose his endorsements? Did it prevent him from signing a new contract after winning the Super Bowl? Did it help release the University of Southern California from its two-year bowl ban? No.

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  • Sports | Sep.23, 2010

    Tennis Team Tops Crusaders, Falls to Bulldogs

    The Tennis Team lost a well-fought match against the Bryant Bulldogs on Wednesday, Sept. 22, in Smithfield, R.I.

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  • Sports | Sep.23, 2010

    Black Pack Returns with Decisive 36-0 Win

    The Men’s Rugby Team is back in action this year after a year of suspension as a club sport. The Black Pack came back with a passion in their win against UMass Dartmouth with a score of 36-0 on Saturday, Sept. 18, at Hendricken Field.

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  • Sports | Sep.23, 2010

    The Dope Sheet

    Sports Digest.

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  • Sports | Sep.23, 2010

    Red, White, and Blue: These Colors Can Run

    EASY. This was the headline of a British newspaper before the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. At the time, this was meant to show that England was the heavy favorite in their group with the likes of the Algerians, Slovenians, and Yanks. You will have to read an Algerian or Slovenian paper to get the word on them; I am here to tell you about those so-called “Yanks” on our United States Men’s Soccer Team. Here are the top five people who were most involved in the Americans’ run in South Africa:

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  • Sports | Sep.23, 2010

    Friars Tie Uconn in Road Game

    What is the difference between a Friar and a Husky? There are many possible answers to this question, but on Friday, Sept. 17, in Storrs, Conn., there was no difference at all when the Friars and Huskies matched one another in a hard-fought yet scoreless battle on the soccer field. Not only did the two teams equal one another 0-0 on the scoreboard after two overtimes, but they just about matched one in the number of shots as well, as the Huskies edged the Friars by a single shot, 23-22. The sound of a scoreless game sounds rather boring and mind-numbing, but what took place in Storrs was quite the contrary.

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  • Sports | Sep.23, 2010

    Offense & Defense Click for Field Hockey

    The more peril there is in battle, the greater the joy in triumph. That seems to be the mindset these days around the Friar Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex, as the Field Hockey Team enters conference play with two consecutive shutout wins under its belt following a 0-6 start to the season.

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