December 13, 2017

Posts from "Friar Sports"

  • Friar Sports | Apr.27, 2017

    Providence to Host 2021 March Madness

    by Jeff Williams ’17 The Providence College Men’s Basketball Team comes off yet another successful season for head coach Ed Cooley and his Friars. After losing Kris Dunn ’16 and Ben Bentil ’18 to the National Basketball Association, the Friar…

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  • Friar Sports | Apr.27, 2017

    Sister, Sister: Interview with Tennis Sisters

    by Lauren Altmeyer ’17 For sisters Amanda Pitocco ’17 and Natalie Pitocco ’20, tennis is a family affair. Starting at the ages of seven and five, respectively, they got their love of the sport from their mom. “Our mom got…

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  • Athlete of the Week | Apr.27, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Jarrod Neumann ’17

    by Sam Scanlon ’19 The Providence College Men’s Lacrosse team certainly does not lack offensive firepower. However, the core of this squad can be found in its defensive unit. Led by Jarrod Neumann ’17, the Friars’ defense has been an…

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  • PCI | Apr.27, 2017

    PCI: Who Will Win the NBA Finals?

    Warriors by Max Anderson ’18 There is no doubt in my mind that a Western Conference team will win the NBA Championship this season. The only question is which team it will be: The newly formed super team Golden State…

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  • Friar Sports | Apr.27, 2017

    Softball Continues to Show Promise

    by Ethan Ticehurst ’18 Under sunny skies this past Sunday  the Providence College Softball team split a doubleheader with the Seton Hall Pirates. This doubleheader was the culmination of a three-game weekend series, which started on Saturday with an 8-7…

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  • Friar Sports | Apr.27, 2017

    Men’s Lacrosse Growing Despite Losses

    by Jake Scearbo ’17 It has been a wild week for the Providence College Men’s Lacrosse team with a total of three games that started with a victory over Marquette on April 15. That victory propelled the Friars into the…

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  • Sports | Apr.06, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Tate Boyce ’19

    by Jake Scearbo ’17 Sports Staff Lacrosse is not a game where the defense stops the offense completely, but a game in which a team must weather the shots. The only way to have a great defense is to have…

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  • Sports | Apr.06, 2017

    Track Teams Hitting the Home Stretch

    by Jeff Williams ’17 Sports Staff The 2016-2017 school year has been another great one so far for Providence College Track and Field, with another Big East Women’s Cross Country title and numerous All-Big East and All-American athletes. After yet…

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  • Sports | Apr.06, 2017

    Jake Walman ’18: Future NHL Star?

    by Meaghan Cahill ’20 Sports Staff Since the abrupt end to the Providence College Men’s Hockey Team’s playoff run, defenseman Jake Walman ’18 has had an exciting post-season that unfortunately cut his time as a Friar short. Back in 2014,…

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  • Sports | Apr.06, 2017

    PCI: Who is the Best in the MLB?

    by Kevin Skirvin ’18 Co-Editor Boston Red Sox The 2016 Cy Young award was handed to Rick Porcello of the Boston Red Sox. Last season Porcello pitched  a total of 223 innings, the most in a single season during his…

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