August 18, 2017

The Unsung Heroes of Sports

  • Featured Slider | Mar.16, 2017

    The Unsung Heroes of Sports

    by Liza Sisk ’19 Imagine attending a Providence College basketball game where every fan is sitting in their seat for the entirety of the game, and the Dunkin’ Donuts Center is absolutely silent. This depressing scene could be reality if…

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  • Sports | Nov.10, 2016

    Cross Country Eyes NCAA Championship

    by Liza Sisk ’18 This year, both the Women’s and Men’s Providence College Cross Country teams sprinted to a successful finish in their regular seasons and are already showing promise for a competitive and prosperous championship run. Both teams competed…

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  • Sports | Nov.03, 2016

    Swimming and Diving: Record-Breaking Possibilities

    by Liza Sisk ’19 Staff Writer The Providence College Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Teams are ready to make a splash this season. The Friars hosted their first home meet on Oct. 21. Despite ultimately falling to Bryant University,…

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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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  • Sports | Oct.12, 2016

    All for Intramurals, Intramurals for All

    by Liza Sisk’19 Sports Staff Providence College boasts many Division 1 accolades in athletic endeavors ranging from conference championships to national championships, and everything in between. This theme of athletic excellence not only pertains to Division 1 Varsity sports, but…

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  • Sports | Sep.22, 2016

    Athlete of the Week: Michelle Cruz

    by Liza Sisk’19 Sports Staff This week’s edition of Athlete of the Week features the Providence College Women’s Volleyball Captain, Michelle Cruz. Hailing from Midland Park, New Jersey, this libero is in the throws of her final season donning the…

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  • Sports | Sep.15, 2016

    PCI MLB: Who will be the MVP?

    Jake Scearbo ’17 and Liza Sisk ’19 Sports Staff Kris Bryant Versatility is not necessarily a common quality in an athlete playing Major League Baseball, or any professional sport for that matter. The ability for a baseball player to step…

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  • Sports | Apr.10, 2016

    Softball Starts the Season Slow

    by Liza Sisk ’19 Sports Writer The Providence College Women’s Softball Team christened the newly built Glay Field in their home opener on Tuesday, March 29, against the Stags of Fairfield University. Kiki Baldassari ’16 scored the first run for…

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