It’s been a while since I’ve seen a goal like this in college lacrosse. Absolutely incredible. You know this player is just throwing up a last second shot for the hell of it;
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Boston Red Sox legend and future Hall of Famer David Ortiz (ever heard of him?) will deliver the commencement address at one lucky college in Rhode Island. If you are a URI student set to
Providence College recently announced that DJ Diesel (a.k.a Shaquille O’Neal) will host and perform at Late Night Madness on Saturday, October 15 in Mullaney Gymnasium on the Providence College
Unless you’ve been living under a rock/don’t have a Snapchat account, you know the past few weeks have been heavy with college graduations. I think Im not alone when I say graduations
The Providence Friars have made the NCAA tournament field once again this year. Providence rode the stellar play of Ben Bentil (21.2 points per game and 7.8 rebounds), and two-time Big East
The Providence Friars recorded a much needed victory over Creighton last night 70-66, at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. The win was huge for the Friars in terms of staying in the NCAA
The 19-8 Providence Friars will travel to New Jersey to face the 19-7 Seton Hall Pirates Thursday, February 25th at 7:00 PM EST. The Pirates have already defeated Providence this year at the
The Providence Friars fell to the Xavier Musketeers 75-68 in a battle between two Big East heavy weights. The Dunkin’ Donuts Center was filled to capacity with a crowd of 12,804 attending.
The shooting woes for Providence College continued again Saturday afternoon. Against a tough Seton Hall team, the Friars shot 22-73 (30%) from the field and 5-25 (20%) from 3-point land. In
Not a bad week for your Providence Friars. Despite falling to unranked Marquette on a last minute shot, the Friars only fell four spots to the number 12 ranking in the AP Polls. They then beat