July 24, 2019

Posts from "PCI"

  • PCI | Apr.04, 2019

    PCI: Who Will Win The NCAA Frozen Four?

    Providence College By Sam Scanlon ’19 Sports Staff After patiently waiting to see if they had squeaked into the NCAA Tournament field, the Providence College Friars are headed back to the Frozen Four. The adversity that they have had to…

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  • PCI | Apr.04, 2019

    PCI: Who Will Win The NCAA Frozen Four?

    University of Massachusetts-Amherst By Eileen Flynn ’20 Sports Staff This particular season of hockey has been very competitive; however, there is one team that has had a difficult season and has proven their talents. I believe the University of Massachusetts-Amherst…

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  • Sports | Mar.21, 2019

    The Cowl’s Second Annual March Madness Bracket

    The Cowl’s Sport Staff Has The Tar Heels Upsetting Rival Duke by Jack Belanger ’21 Sports Coeditor Members of the sports staff came together to create The Cowl’s Second Annual March Madness Bracket. Thanks to Cam Smith ’21, who gave…

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  • PCI | Mar.21, 2019

    PCI: Who Will Win the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player?

    Kyle Guy of Virginia Will Take the Award by Scott Jarosz ’21 Sports Staff One obvious frontrunner to win this year’s Final Four Most Outstanding Player, is certainly Duke University’s Zion Williamson. The 6’7”, 285-pound player attracted the eyes of…

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  • PCI | Mar.21, 2019

    PCI: Who Will Win the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player?

    R.J. Barrett Will Lead to Duke to the Finals and Secure the Award by Cam Smith ’21 Sports Staff The name Zion Williamson has ruled over national headlines for the past two years, as the basketball prodigy went from dominating…

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  • Friar Sports | Mar.21, 2019

    Friars Come Up Short at Madison Square Garden

    Providence College Misses NCAA Tournament for First Time in Six Years By Sullivan Burgess Sports Staff The last week has been quite eventful for the Providence College Men’s Basketball Team. From the Big East Tournament in Madison Square Garden to…

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  • Athlete of the Week | Mar.21, 2019

    Millie Paladino ’19 Races to Success

    Paladino has Highest Finish for PC Since 1994 by Meaghan Cahill ’20 Sports Coeditor For the first time since 1994, Millie Paladino ’19RS became the highest mile finisher from Providence College to place at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field…

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  • Friar Sports | Mar.21, 2019

    Women’s Basketball Falls in Big East Semifinals

    Friars Finish Season with Winning Record; Secure Spot in WNIT By Thomas Zinzarella ’21 After an impressive regular season, the Providence College Women’s Basketball Team headed to Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois to test their fate in the Big East…

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  • Friar Sports | Mar.21, 2019

    Women’s Hockey Falls to Northeastern

    Matt Kelly’s First Season as Head Coach Ends in Semifinals By Sam Scanlon ’19 Sports Staff As the final buzzer sounded and the Northeastern University Huskies flooded the ice in celebration, the Providence College Women’s Ice Hockey Team’s incredibly successful…

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  • Friar Sports | Mar.07, 2019

    Women’s Hockey Heads to Semifinals

    Friars Advance Beyond the Quarterfinals for the First Time Since 2013 By Meaghan Cahill ’20 Sports Co-Editor Last weekend, the Providence College Women’s Hockey Team hosted the Merrimack College Warriors in a best two-out-of-three games series at Schneider Arena for…

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