July 24, 2019

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  • Sports | Feb.18, 2010

    Greany ’13 Wins Junior U.S. Cross Country Title

    Mission accomplished. After battling nagging injuries and seasonal sicknesses, the Men’s and Women’s track teams wrapped up their pre-conference meets at Boston University’s Valentine Invitational, adding eight additional Big East qualifiers in the process.

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  • Sports | Feb.18, 2010

    New Hampshire Too Much For Friars

    This weekend the Men’s Hockey Team dropped a heartbreaker to No. 15 University of New Hampshire, 5-2, as the Wildcats maintained their position atop the Hockey East. The Friars dropped to 9-17-2 overall and 4-15-2 in Hockey East.

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  • Sports | Feb.18, 2010

    Divers Compete at Big East

    The Diving Team returned from the 2010 Big East Championships this past weekend with their heads held high and with plenty of important experience gained. The Championships were held in Pittsburgh, on the campus of the University of Pittsburgh.

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  • Sports | Feb.18, 2010

    PCI

    Which sport are you most excited to watch at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics?

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  • Sports | Feb.18, 2010

    Here’s to Your Health: Dealing with Stress

    You have two papers due this week, a presentation tomorrow, a meeting at eight, a killer head cold, you’re in a fight with your roommate, and life has never felt so tough. We’ve all been there. It’s called stress and it can really get the best of us. Stress can trigger anxiety, fatigue, muscle tension, acne, and moodiness. While the effects of stress can be detrimental, certain stress management techniques can help. Consciously incorporating stress management into your day can really improve your life.

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  • Sports | Feb.18, 2010

    Growing Pains Continue For Providence

    Playing their third consecutive top-10 opponent, the Men’s Basketball Team once again came up empty. Playing host to No. 8 West Virginia, the Friars struggled against the Mountaineers’ length and with the exception of an early second-half PC spurt, the Blue and Gold were able to control the game throughout.

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  • Sports | Feb.18, 2010

    Friars Split with UConn; Fall Into 3-Way Tie

    With 10:59 gone in the first period last Saturday, all it took was one tip of the twig from Connecticut puckslinger Monique Weber to dock the PC Women’s Hockey team into relatively unfamiliar territory.

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  • Sports | Feb.10, 2010

    The Dog Whisperers: PC Downs Huskies

    Despite her peerlessly towering 6’0″ posture, Nicole Anderson ’13 was once lost on the Women’s Hockey radar. A post-New Year’s case of freshman frostbite had Anderson go through 10 games with zero goals and one lonely assist after previously notching 11 points in 19 games over the first half of the season.

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  • Sports | Feb.10, 2010

    PC Snaps Winless Streak in OT Tie with Vermont

    This weekend the Men’s Hockey Team squared off for two games against the No. 17 Vermont Catamounts. The Friars dropped the Friday night game 5-1, but Saturday they were able to stop a six-game losing streak, tying the Catamounts 1-1 despite the overtime period. The Friars moved to 9-16-2 overall and 4-14-2 in Hockey East play.

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  • Sports | Feb.10, 2010

    Shooting From the Rough

    He is a son, a father, and a friend.

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