September 16, 2019

Posts from "Sports"

  • Sports | Oct.07, 2010

    Fletcher, Dolan, Morrison Lead PC to 3-2 Win

    The Volleyball Team racked up a couple of wins this week over the University of Rhode Island on Tuesday, and over Hartford in its first win as a member of the America East Conference on Sunday.

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  • Sports | Oct.07, 2010

    Here’s to Your Health: Sleepless in Providence No More

    You run into Ray coming from your 11:20-12:45 class in Feinstein, grab a sandwich from Sue, scarf it down while still walking to get a drink, grab a to-go cup for your second cup of coffee of the day, and head to Harkins. You proceed to have another hour-and-fifteen minute class, a group meeting by PC Perk to discuss who is sending the PowerPoint slides to whom, run upstairs and attend a cardio-sculpt class at the gym, run back down to Slavin and get some salad from the salad bar and of course another cup of coffee, and obviously your PC I.D. refuses to swipe (take a breath here).

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  • Sports | Oct.07, 2010

    PC Rugby Crushes Mass. Maritime Academy

    Last Saturday, Oct. 2, the Men’s Rugby team took out Mass. Maritime Academy with an impressive 32-0 victory. This is PC’s third win in as many games, and all of them still without a single point scored against them. Sadly, this was PC’s last home game this season, but they gave the large crowd at Hendricken an exciting game to watch.

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  • Sports | Oct.07, 2010

    Interesting Week for NFL’s Assistant Coaches

    On Monday, the NFL took Charles Schwab’s advice and talked to Chuck, fining the Tennessee Titans Defensive Coordinator Chuck Cecil $40,000 for flicking game officials the bird during Tennessee’s game against Denver. Television cameras caught Cecil using his right hand to “communicate” with officials after his defense was flagged for a neutral zone infraction in Sunday’s game. The league said Cecil violated a rule that prohibits use of abusive, threatening, or insulting language or gestures to game officials. Who knew?

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Providence Rebounds with NL Win

    The Men’s Soccer Team scored two goals in the first period and held on for a hard-fought non-league win against Harvard on Wednesday, Sept. 29.

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Offense Powers Providence to Two Wins over McGill

    Revving up her turbine blades, the fastest pair on the Women’s Hockey Team, Kate Bacon ’12 personified the momentum that could stay only briefly in the hands of the McGill Martlets.

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Shutout of Roger Williams Lifts Black Pack 2-0

    Two weeks, two wins. And just like that, after a year off, the Men’s Rugby Team has earned a 2-0 record and a total of 67 points. With the offense firing on all cylinders, the focus for Head Coach Mike Cox is defense.

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Friars Hold off Red Storm for First League Win

    The Women’s Soccer Team travelled to Jamaica, N.Y. on Saturday, Sept. 26, to face the St. John’s Red Storm in a very hostile environment. The Friars earned a hard-fought 1-0 win for their first conference victory.

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Volleyball Splits Games as Conference Play Looms

    The Friars ended a long week on Tuesday with a tough loss. They started the weekend off on a good note when they beat Quinnipiac, but on Tuesday, Sept. 28, they lost to Dartmouth in all three sets, 15-25, 19-25, 15-25.

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  • Sports | Sep.30, 2010

    Two Continents, Two Teams Vie for Golf’s Ryder Cup

    Every other year, the best golfers from the United States and Europe gather together for one of golf’s most prestigious and historically rich events, the Ryder Cup. Characterized by thunderous roars, zealous team spirit, rapturous celebrations, and occasional cataclysm, the Ryder Cup is a unique event which most players prioritize over any of the four majors.

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