August 22, 2017

Athlete of the Week: Julian Oakley

  • Athlete of the Week | May.04, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Julian Oakley

    By: Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Julian Oakley ’G has been running for the Providence College Cross Country and Track teams since the 2012-2013 season. All the way from Tauranga, New Zealand, Oakley came to Providence mainly because of Ray Treacy. He…

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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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  • Sports | Mar.23, 2017

    PCI: Who Will Win March Madness?

    Gonzaga by Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Sports Staff The Gonzaga Bulldogs have made the tournament for 19 consecutive seasons, but have only made the Elite Eight twice and have never advanced past that round. This year, however, will be different. The…

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  • Sports | Mar.16, 2017

    Athlete of the Week: Cassidy Carels ’17

    by Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Cassidy Carels ’17 has been an asset to the Providence College Women’s Ice Hockey Team ever since she arrived in 2013. Captaining the team this year, the Bruxelles, Manitoba, Canada native lead the Friars to 17…

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  • Sports | Mar.02, 2017

    PCI: What’s More Fun to Watch

    NBA by Ethan Ticehurst ’18 The only time I have ever fallen asleep in the middle of watching sports involved the New York Islanders and the Montreal Canadiens. I had originally sat down in front of the TV figuring that…

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  • Sports | Feb.16, 2017

    Women’s Ice Hockey: Playoff Aspirations

    By Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Over the weekend, the Providence College Women’s Ice Hockey Team celebrated a few important milestones. Head Coach Bob Deraney became the winningest coach in Women’s Hockey East history with 154 league wins. On top of that,…

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  • Sports | Dec.01, 2016

    Cross Country Finishes Stellar Season

    by Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Sports Staff The Providence College Women’s Cross Country Team started off the season ranked third nationally and first in the Northeast region. A little over a month later, the Friars were ranked number one nationally, the…

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  • Sports | Nov.10, 2016

    PCI: Who will be the Men’s Basketball MVP this season?

    Emmitt Holt For the casual basketball fan, you may not have heard of Emmitt Holt ’18, but after this basketball season he will be a common name around campus.  Holt is a transfer from Indiana University and brings experience after…

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  • Sports | Nov.03, 2016

    Men’s Ice Hockey: Build Up the Culture and Keep the Focus

    by Lauren Altmeyer ’17 Staff Writer There is no doubt that the Providence College hockey program has made an incredible turnaround since the arrival of Coach Nate Leaman in 2011. In his five seasons at PC, the Friars have amassed…

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  • Sports | Oct.20, 2016

    PCI: Should Intramural Champions Win More Than Just a T-shirt?

    Heck Yes! Providence College’s Intramural Program is notorious for being one of the most competitive in the country. This reputation is showcased specifically in The Princeton Review, voting PC the number one intramural program nationwide. The driving force behind the…

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