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  • Season Ends for Friars in Waco

    Season Ends for Friars in Waco

    The Providence College Friars were defeated by the Baylor Bears, 79-68, in the NIT Quarterfinals in Waco, Texas. The Friars were paced by their veteran players as Bryce Cotton, senior Vincent Council and junior Kadeem Batts all scored 20 or more points in the game. Baylor built an eight-point lead with 7:14 remaining in the half when the Friars went on an 18-10 run to close the half tied at 38-38. Cotton fueled the run as he scored 14 points […]

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  • Friars Top Bryant, 10-9 Men’s Lacrosse

    Friars Top Bryant, 10-9 Men’s Lacrosse

    The Providence College men’s lacrosse team topped Bryant, 10-9, on Tuesday. The win over the Bulldogs snapped the Friars’ three game losing streak. Providence improves to 6-3 while Bryant falls to 1-8. Junior attack Sean Wright notched his seventh hat-trick of the season to propel the Friars to victory. A replay of the game will air on OSN channels 5, 1005HD Tuesday, April 2nd at 7pm

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  • Bryant’s Tim O’Shea Honored at Cox Basketball Awards

    Bryant’s Tim O’Shea Honored at Cox Basketball Awards

    At the year end Cox Basketball Awards, Host Steve McDonald announces the “Joe Mullaney Award” winner, Coach Tim O’Shea, head coach of the Bryant Bulldogs. Bryant’s Corey Maynard accepts “Dave Gavitt Team of the Year” Award on behalf of his team.

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  • Meet Hope Track Star Quasira McIntash

    Meet Hope Track Star Quasira McIntash

    Quasira McIntash is only a sophomore at Hope High School. But already in her high school track career, she has accomplished more than most runners do in four years. She set four state records this past indoor season and is working hard to improve on that come outdoor.

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  • Cumberland’s Alyssa Caouette Brings Awareness to a Serious Disease

    Cumberland’s Alyssa Caouette Brings Awareness to a Serious Disease

    Alyssa Caouette graduated Cumberland High School in 2007. She was member of the track team and graduated in the top of her class. On this inside, she was struggling with an eating disorder that took over her life. After getting treatment, Caouette has come back to Cumberland High School to speak about the importance of being healthy and the dangers of eating disorders.

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  • Marissa Castelli has her Sights Set on 2014 Olympics

    Marissa Castelli has her Sights Set on 2014 Olympics

    Marissa Castelli, a Cranston native, and her figuring skating partner, Simon Shnapir, have taken the ice skating world by storm. The pair recently won gold at the national championship in their event and are looking to make a splash on the international scene. The duo hopes to have continued success and compete in the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Joe Kayata caught up with the Rhode Islander to find out more.

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  • Jordan Moore and Karoline Inman Visit Varsity Life

    Jordan Moore and Karoline Inman Visit Varsity Life

    Joe Kayata sits down with Jordan Moore and Karoline Inman, captains of the LaSalle Academy Girls’ Hockey team. Both girls are seniors and played a crucial role this season. The Rams won all of their games this season skating to a perfect 26-0 record and a second consecutive state title. Defense played a key role as the team only allowed 11 goals this season and no goals in the post-season. Inman and Moore reflect on their final year as a […]

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  • Classical and North Smithfield Basketball Coaches are WIRED

    Classical and North Smithfield Basketball Coaches are WIRED

    The boys’ semi-final matchup between Classical High School and the North Smithfield Northmen saw a lot of back-and-forth action. Both John Kavanagh, of Classical, and Tj Ciolfi, from North Smithfield, were very animated throughout the contest. Listen in to hear the game from their point of view.

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  • Varsity Life TOP FIVE PLAYS OF THE WEEK March 25

    Varsity Life TOP FIVE PLAYS OF THE WEEK March 25

    Watch the Top 5 Baasketball Plays of the winter season from the March 25th edition of OSN’s Varsity Life.

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  • Friars Win! 77-68 Over Robert Morris in the NIT

    Friars Win! 77-68 Over Robert Morris in the NIT

    The Providence College men’s basketball team defeated Robert Morris, 77-68, in the second round of the NIT on Monday, March 25 at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, R.I. Sophomore LaDontae Henton’s  21 points led all scorers; while junior Bryce Cotton added 20 points. The Friars won the rebound battle, 43-18, to overcome the Colonials 11-for-25 performance from the three point line. With the victory, the Friars advance to the third round of the NIT to play at Baylor on […]

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