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Providence Journal Dec 14, 2014
PC's Mac Steeves named College Cup offensive MVP

PC's Mac Steeves named College Cup offensive MVP

The sophomore forward was also named to the All-Tournament Team.
Providence Journal Dec 13, 2014
Things looking up for Friars after 79-61 thrashing of Stony Brook

Things looking up for Friars after 79-61 thrashing of Stony Brook

PROVIDENCE — There are a few signposts to a basketball season and the Providence Friars thankfully came to one on Saturday afternoon after a 79-61 win over Stony Brook at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.
Providence Journal Dec 13, 2014

PC rolls past Stony Brook in 2nd half, 79-61

PROVIDENCE – It’s been a long, difficult road but the Providence Friars have hit the semester exam break with smiles on their faces.
Providence Journal Dec 13, 2014

Donaldson: What’s frustrating about the PC soccer team’s loss in the Final Four

What’s frustrating  about the Providence College soccer team’s 3-2, double-overtime loss to perennial power UCLA in the NCAA semifinals Friday night in North Carolina is that the Friars could have won.
Providence Journal Dec 13, 2014

Capsule preview: Stony Brook at PC

STONY BROOKHt.PPGRPGPROVIDENCEHt.PPGRPGC. Puriefoy6-213.83.0Kris Dunn6-312.65.0Kameron Mitchell6-43.20.8Jalen Lindsey6-74.11.2Jameel Warney6-815.412.3C. Desrosiers7-06.94.8Roland Nyama6-66.34.4LaDontae...
Providence Journal Dec 12, 2014
For PC freshmen, there's no time like the present

For PC freshmen, there's no time like the present

PROVIDENCE — In a perfect world, Ed Cooley would love to patiently watch the members of his freshman class mature into men. In real life, he doesn’t have that luxury.
Providence Journal Dec 12, 2014
UCLA beats PC, 3-2, in 2nd OT in NCAA semifinals

UCLA beats PC, 3-2, in 2nd OT in NCAA semifinals

CARY, N.C. — Providence’s dream season came to an end in the most painful way possible Friday night when a shot by UCLA’s Chase Gasper deflected off the foot of defender Brandon Adler and into the net five minutes into the second overtime of NCAA men’s soccer national semifinal at WakeMed Stadium.
Providence Journal Dec 11, 2014

PC’s Machados are a winning combination for men’s soccer team

CARY, N.C. — Fabio Machado and Dominik Machado have a lot in common besides their last name. No, they are not related.
Providence Journal Dec 10, 2014
Providence wins fifth straight over URI, 68-60

Providence wins fifth straight over URI, 68-60

PROVIDENCE --- For the fifth straight season, Providence had the answer in its annual grudge match with the University of Rhode Island. Kris Dunn pumped in a team-high 22 points as the Friars snapped a three-game losing streak by downing the Rams, 68-60.
Providence Journal Dec 9, 2014

Mingoia’s goal gives #16 PC skaters a 4-3 win over #13/14 Colgate

PROVIDENCE — Trevor Mingoia’s unassisted goal with 3:46 left lifted 16th-ranked Providence College to a 4-3 win over #13/14 Colgate tonight at Schneider Arena.
Providence Journal Dec 9, 2014
Bill Reynolds: PC-URI rivalry endures despite changing times

Bill Reynolds: PC-URI rivalry endures despite changing times

PROVIDENCE — They began playing in the 1920-21 season, these two old in-state rivals that will play Wednesday night at The Dunk.
Providence Journal Dec 9, 2014

Pick and Pop College Hoops Podcast: Rivalry week in Rhode Island

In the fourth installment of the Pick and Pop podcast, sports writers Kevin McNamara and Bill Koch break down Wednesday's Providence College-University of Rhode Island rivalry game, and discuss the challenges of organizing a Quahog Cup.
Providence Journal Dec 9, 2014
Brown-PC Journal: Friars paying the price for playing on TV

Brown-PC Journal: Friars paying the price for playing on TV

PROVIDENCE — If anyone knows about the tradeoff colleges make to get their games on television, it’s Providence College athletic director Bob Driscoll.
Providence Journal Dec 8, 2014
Brown upsets PC for second time in three years, 77-67

Brown upsets PC for second time in three years, 77-67

PROVIDENCE – Call it a Kentucky Hangover or simply a Providence Friar nightmare but what unfolded Monday night at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center was a great night for Brown University basketball.