11:18 PM EDT, Thu August 28, 2014
Providence Friars Rumors & News
Providence Journal Aug 25, 2014
PROVIDENCE — You can’t go home again? Tell Ricky Ledo that.
Providence Journal Aug 20, 2014
The Providence College men’s basketball team concluded its three-game summer tour in Italy with a 129-42 win over Tiber Basket in Rome on Tuesday night. The Friars were led by freshman Rodney Bullock who scored 33 points on 12-of-22 shooting and also grabbed 19 rebounds.
Providence Journal Aug 19, 2014
ROME, Italy – The Providence College men’s basketball team earned a 79-46 win over Perugia on Monday night in Rome, Italy in the second of their three-game tour. The Friars were led by junior Tyler Harris who scored 27 points and grabbed eight rebounds.
Providence Journal Aug 16, 2014
PROVIDENCE — It was at a basketball camp at Providence College earlier in the summer when Jeff Xavier said something that maybe someday should be chiseled on his tombstone.
Providence Journal Aug 15, 2014
MILAN, ITALY – The Providence College Friars opened their tour of Italy with a 135-50, win over Nelson Basket on Thursday in Milan, Italy. The Friars shot 58 percent from the field and made 47 percent of their 3-point shots in the game.
Providence Journal Aug 13, 2014
PROVIDENCE – Providence College has announced that Bob Simon has been promoted to Associate Head Coach in men’s basketball. Simon has served as an assistant coach for Ed Cooley the last three years and worked with Cooley for the past eight seasons.
Providence Journal Aug 11, 2014
PROVIDENCE – After spending the weekend at Providence College, Alex Owens left campus Monday and let Ed Cooley know he’d like to return next fall as a Friar.
Providence Journal Aug 9, 2014
The Providence Bruins or Providence College Basketball? Which is your favorite way to spend a fall evening?
Providence Journal Aug 8, 2014
PROVIDENCE – It looks like Ed Cooley and his staff will have to wait a little longer to see their highly touted freshman class in action.
Providence Journal Aug 4, 2014
PROVIDENCE — He hears the questions too often, even daily, but perhaps more than any college basketball player in the nation, Kris Dunn has learned to roll with the punches.Dunn knows the questions aren’t...