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Providence Journal 13 hours ago

PC assistant hockey coach Russell resigns

Assistant coach Jamie Russell and Providence College have parted ways, the school announced on Wednesday.
Providence Journal 18 hours ago

PC awards top sports honors to Cotton, x-country stars Sisson and Nagel

PROVIDENCE – Providence College honored its top student-athletes at the 53rd Annual All-Sports Gala at Alumni Hall on Tuesday with Bryce Cotton and All-American runners Emily Sisson and Laura Nagel winning top honors.
Providence Journal Apr 16, 2014

Big East secures New York City office space

The Big East has signed a 10-year lease agreement to move the conference’s official headquarters to 655 Third Avenue in midtown Manhattan, conference Commissioner Val Ackerman announced Wednesday. The conference was working out of temporary space in a law office in Times Square.
Providence Journal Apr 13, 2014

PC finally gets a track of its own

PROVIDENCE — When Bob Driscoll was hired as athletic director at Providence College 12 years ago, he made sure to pull the most successful member of the Friars’ coaching staff aside and ask a puzzling...
Providence Journal Apr 11, 2014

Providence College to christen Ray Treacy Track tonight

PROVIDENCE – It is a long time coming but Ray Treacy finally has a track for his runners at Providence College.
Providence Journal Apr 8, 2014

PC adds L.A. point guard Kyron Cartwright

PROVIDENCE – Minutes after watching the end of the national championship game, Los Angeles prep point guard Kyron Cartwright verbally committed to Providence College Monday night.
Providence Journal Apr 5, 2014

Smithfield’s Matt Allen verbally commits to PC hockey

Matt Allen of Smithfield, one of the top 1999-born hockey players in New England, verbally committed to Providence College on Friday night.
Providence Journal Apr 3, 2014

Gillies to return to Friars for his junior year

Jon Gillies will return to Providence College for his junior year.
Providence Journal Mar 31, 2014
PC’s Cotton, former URI star Baron earn All-American status

PC’s Cotton, former URI star Baron earn All-American status

PROVIDENCE — If anyone needs an explanation on just how Bryce Cotton rose from a recruit with one scholarship offer to an All-American, a look inside Providence College’s Alumni Hall Monday told the story.
Providence Journal Mar 31, 2014

PC’s Bryce Cotton, Canisius’ Billy Baron both AP hon. mention All-America picks

Providence College guard Bryce Cotton and East Greenwich native Billy Baron were both named to the Associated Press All-American team as honorable mention selections Monday.
Providence Journal Mar 29, 2014
Providence falls to Union, 3-1, in NCAA hockey tournament

Providence falls to Union, 3-1, in NCAA hockey tournament

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — Max Novak had a goal and an assist and top-seeded Union beat Providence 3-1 on Saturday to win the NCAA East Region championship and advance to the Frozen Four for the second time in three years.
Providence Journal Mar 28, 2014
Friars blank Quinnipiac, 4-0; will face Union on Saturday

Friars blank Quinnipiac, 4-0; will face Union on Saturday

The Providence College hockey Friars blanked Quinnipiac, 4-0, in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday in Bridgeport, Conn. PC advances to face Union College in the East regional final Saturday at 3.
Providence Journal Mar 28, 2014

PC’s Cooley finalist for Phelan award

PROVIDENCE – Providence College basketball coach Ed Cooley was named one of 15 finalists for the 2014 Jim Phelan Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top Division I men’s basketball coach. The award is named in honor of Jim Phelan who coached his entire career at Mount Saint Mary’s University. He led the Mountaineers to the 1962 NCAA Men’s Division II Basketball Championship.
Providence Journal Mar 28, 2014
Commentary: Billy Donovan has become Florida's version of John Wooden

Commentary: Billy Donovan has become Florida's version of John Wooden

MEMPHIS, Tenn. - Somewhere up there in hoops heaven, after the Florida Gators once again defeated his former program in the NCAA Sweet 16 Thursday night, the late great John Wooden must have looked down in bewilderment at the alternative basketball universe that Billy Donovan has created in Gainesville.
Providence Journal Mar 26, 2014
Friars hockey journal: PC looking to Acciari to make his presence felt

Friars hockey journal: PC looking to Acciari to make his presence felt

PROVIDENCE — During last July’s rookie camp, the Calgary Flames didn’t come right out and tell Noel Acciari that he was too strong. Their message was that he didn’t need to be quite so big.“They said,...