December 13, 2017

Posts from "PCI"

  • PCI | Nov.30, 2017

    PCI: College Athletes Should be Paid

    By Chris McCormack ’18 Sports Staff The NCAA has a severe money problem. In 2016, the collegiate sports organization posted a revenue of $995.9 million. Meanwhile, the athletes, who are to thank for this revenue, do not see a dime…

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  • PCI | Nov.30, 2017

    PCI: College Athletes Should Not be Paid

    By Ethan Ticehurst ’18 Sports Staff College athletes should not get paid. There is no acceptable reason why athletes should be paid. The payment for their services is the education that they receive at their institution. The main argument for…

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  • Friar Sports | Nov.16, 2017

    Former Hockey Player Dies of Ewing’s Sarcoma

    By Meaghan Cahill ’20 Sports Co-Editor Andrew “Drew” Brown ’16 may not have physically been in Schneider Arena this past weekend, but his presence was surely known and felt as the Friars went on to beat University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Seven…

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  • Friar Sports | Nov.16, 2017

    Fall Sports Wrap-Up

    By Joe Myko ’19 Sports Staff   As the year creeps further into November, fall sports at Providence College are beginning to wrap-up. With the exception of volleyball, all the fall sports have ended. Now, before we fully turn our…

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  • Friar Sports | Nov.16, 2017

    Men’s Basketball Splits First Weekend of Play

    By Chris McCormack ’18 Sports Staff   The Providence College Men’s Basketball Team kicked off their  season last weekend with a 84-55 win over the Houston Baptist Huskies in Alumni Hall. With comic-con being held at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center…

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  • Professional Sports | Nov.16, 2017

    Shalane Flanagan Wins NYC Marathon

    By Eileen Flynn ’20 Sports Staff    On Sunday, November 5, Shalane Flanagan made history by becoming the first American woman to win the New York City Marathon in 40 years.   Runners from all over the world gathered in…

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  • PCI | Nov.16, 2017

    Why Soccer is the Hardest Sport to Officiate

    By Ethan Ticehurst ’18 Sports Staff   The hardest sport to officiate is soccer and there are several reasons why this is true. Soccer is a fast-paced game where many fouls are left up to the referees’ judgement which inevitably…

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  • PCI | Nov.16, 2017

    Why Hockey is the Hardest Sport to Officiate

    By Jeremy Perrigo ’18 Sports Staff    Hockey has traditionally, and somewhat sarcastically, been called “the fastest game on ice.” While none of the other three major American sports (football, baseball, and basketball) take place on the same type of…

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  • Friar Sports | Nov.09, 2017

    Women’s Hockey Comes Out Strong

    By: Jeremy Perrigo ’18   Sports Staff     The Providence College Women’s Ice Hockey Team, after finishing the 2016-17 campaign 17-17-3, is off to a strong start this season with a record of 6-3-2.      The Friars swept…

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  • Athlete of the Week | Nov.09, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Catarina Rocha

    Athlete of the Week: Catarina Rocha By: Joe Myko ’19 Sports Staff On Oct. 28, on a brisk day in Kenosha, Wisconsin, Providence College’s Men and Women’s Cross Country teams were involved in the Big East Cross Country Championships with…

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