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Maureen Murphy Granted Eligibility at Northeastern

Providence college transfer Maureen Murphy has been granted immediate eligibility to being playing at Northeastern this season, the school announced in a press release. Murphy transferred to Northeastern this summer after three seasons at Providence, but had not been granted eligibility yet. Though NCAA women’s hockey allows players to transfer without sitting out a year, Hockey East league rules require players to sit out for a year if they transfer to another school within the confe...
Tags: Sport, Ncaa, Hockey, Providence, Murphy, Northeastern, Friars, Hockey East, Chris Dilks, Maureen Murphy, Women 's Hockey Executive Committee


Top 5 NCAA Men’s Hockey Championship Games

Throughout the 71-year history of the NCAA Men’s DI Ice Hockey Championship, there have been countless classic battles. Teams have come out of nowhere to be crowned champions. Games with so many momentum swings, fans didn’t know whether to cheer or cry. There have been games that have gone deep into the night, with fans praying on every shot. These are the greatest NCAA Hockey National Championship Games of all-time. Honourable Mention 1949: Boston College def. Dartmouth (4-3) O...
Tags: Minnesota, Boston, Sport, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Miami, Ncaa, Michigan, Engineers, Hockey, NHL, Johnson, Alley, Crimson, Michigan Wolverines, Eagles


Pride Re-Sign Putigna for a Sophomore Season

The day following their announcement that they had secured their general manager and head coach to multi-year contracts, the Boston Pride made their first player signing of the 2020 offseason. Word was released on the morning of Apr. 9 that rookie sensation Christina Putigna will return for the upcoming 2020-21 NWHL season. The 22-year-old averaged better than a point per game in her rookie season, and finished sixth overall in league scoring. Boston Pride forward Christina Putigna scored...
Tags: Minnesota, Boston, Sport, Ncaa, Buffalo, Hockey, Providence, NWHL, Boston Pride, Friars, Buffalo Beauts, Grimsby Ontario, Providence Friars, Jillian Dempsey, Mike Hetzel, Tiffany Hsu


Servite’s David Mitzner voted Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week Athlete: David Mitzner School: Servite Sport: Soccer Noteworthy: The goalkeeper had eight saves as the Friars defeated Cathedral of Los Angeles on penalty kicks 3-2 in a CIF-SS Division 1 semifinal. Mitzner, who signed with Portland, made three stops in penalty kicks. “He could have been nervous and buckled under pressure,” said Servite coach Jon Spencer, “but he rose to the occasion like we knew he would.” Mitzner (6-3, 180) has a 3.6 grade-point ave...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Jon Spencer, High School Sports, Friars, Mitzner, High School Basketball, High School Soccer, Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week, Southern California Boys Athlete, Cathedral of Los Angeles, David Mitzner


Monday Overreactions: This is Tony Bennett’s best coaching job of his career

PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Luwane Pipkins, Providence Providence has just about played their way into the NCAA tournament thanks for a February that saw them win five games against ranked teams and earn six of their eight Quad 1 wins on the season. And if you have been following the Friars closely this season, it may come as a surprise to you that the best player on the floor in those two games was point guard Luwane Pipkins. The grad transfer from UMass had 24 points in an 84-72 win over Marquette in ...
Tags: News, Basketball, Ncaa, Marquette, Villanova, Tony Bennett, Friars, UMass, Luwane Pipkins, Luwane Pipkins Providence Providence


Vegas Golden Knights Prospects: Dugan, Morozov, Whitecloud, and More

The Vegas Golden Knights Prospect Report is a monthly article that will offer a peek into who will be wearing the black and gold in the future. I will have a top 10 list of players and discuss how they performed in the previous month, as well as mention the prospects who are trending up and down. Related: Top 100 NHL Prospects – Midseason Update The parameters for the list are as follows: they are considered a prospect if they are below the age of 25 and have fewer than 25 games played in ...
Tags: Column, Sport, Chicago, Ncaa, AHL, Hockey, NHL, North America, Robin Lehner, Chicago Wolves, Peter DeBoer, Dugan, Cody Eakin, Friars, Nick Cousins, Robert Murray


VOTE: Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week (Feb. 28)

Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) nominate Athletes of the Week for their respective region. Each nominee is entered into the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week county-wide vote. Click on the newspaper ...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Portland, Harper, Jon Spencer, High School Sports, Damien, Cardinals, Westchester, Dunn, St Francis, Ramirez, San Jacinto, Wainwright


The Experience of Life Changing God Moments

It was a brisk and ordinary November afternoon at Juan Diego Friary when I first interviewed Fr. Chris Kerstiens. The leaves, which were beginning to change color, were swaying gently in the wind providing a soothing background hum. We opted to sit in the courtyard patio which offered an opportunity for our interview to be uninterrupted by the usual friendly friar activity surrounding us. Our interview started like any other as Fr. Chris spoke about his passion- ministering to the incarcerated....
Tags: Featured, Colorado, Religion, God, Santa Fe, Chris, Padres, Friars, Guadalupe, Faith & Spirituality, Juan Diego Friary, Father Chris, Ante Samarzija


White, Watson lead Providence over Marquette 81-80 in OT

Maliek White had 19 points to lead five Providence players in double figures as the Friars edged past Marquette 81-80 in overtime on Tuesday night. A.J. Reeves made Providence's first 3-pointer of the second half with four seconds left in regulation to tie it at 67, and he added another 3-pointer to make it 78-75, Brendan Bailey tied it at the other end with a 3-pointer and he was fouled behind the arc with four seconds left but made 2 of 3. Nate Watson added 13 points, David Duke and Alpha...
Tags: News, Basketball, Providence, Reeves, Marquette, David Duke, Friars, Diallo, Brendan Bailey, Nate Watson, Maliek White, White Watson


VOTE: Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week (Jan. 3)

Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) nominate Athletes of the Week for their respective region. Each nominee is entered into the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week county-wide vote. Click on the newspaper ...
Tags: California, Kentucky, Boston, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Johnson, Villa Park, High School Sports, Richmond, Damien, Henry, Beaumont, Stevens, Wildcats, Panthers


College Hockey All-Decade Team: Third Team

Jon Gillies will have to lead Providence in order to upset Boston University tonight | Matt Dewkett It’s been a tumultuous decade in college hockey, to say the least. But through it all, the overall talent level in the sport has never been higher, and some fantastic players have come through the ranks. As the 2010s come to a close, I’ve put together three “All-Decade teams” of some of the best players to play college hockey from 2010-2011 through the present. I made my selections on a s...
Tags: Minnesota, Minneapolis, Sport, New Hampshire, Ncaa, Hockey, NHL, Ncaa Tournament, Huskies, Providence, Hastings, Boston University, Gophers, Mavericks, Joey, St Cloud


Beauts’ Cass MacPherson Is an ‘Iron Woman’

From her final year playing junior with the Oakville Hornets to her current rookie season for the Buffalo Beauts, center Cassidy MacPherson has only missed a single game. One of the youngest members of the 2019-20 Beauts, MacPherson recently turned 22 years old on Sept. 23. After four strong seasons of NCAA play for Providence College, she is now centering one of the top forward lines in women’s pro hockey. A quieter, soft-spoken person, MacPherson typically shies away from any limelight. Th...
Tags: Mac, Boston, Sport, Connecticut, Ncaa, Buffalo, Hockey, Providence, Stacey, Hornets, NWHL, MacPherson, Boston Pride, Friars, Oakville, Providence College


Sabres’ Botterill Inks Bryson to ELC

Defenseman Jacob Bryson didn’t win the NCAA National Championship, but he still has reason to celebrate. The junior, who captained the Friars of Providence College, just signed a three-year, entry-level contract (ELC) with the Buffalo Sabres that will begin with the 2019-20 season. The blueliner was the Sabres fourth-round selection (99th overall) at the 2017 NHL Draft. He plans to sign an amateur tryout contract and join the Rochester Americans for their AHL playoff run that starts Friday i...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Ncaa, Rochester, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Colorado Avalanche, Jerome Miron, Sabres, Bryson, CCM, USA Hockey


2019 Frozen Four: Minnesota Duluth Advances to Third Straight Title Game

BUFFALO – The only difference over the last three years for Minnesota Duluth has been a few different players suiting up every night. Other than that, their formula of relentless defense and outstanding goaltending has carried them far. And this year, it has carried them to a third straight national championship game appearance. Billy Exell had a rare goal to break a third-period tie and give the Bulldogs the lead for good, then a pair of late insurance empty-net goals put the Providence F...
Tags: Sport, Ncaa, Buffalo, Bill, Hockey, Providence, Duluth, UMD, Bulldogs, Richards, Bryson, Friars, Minnesota Duluth, Justin Richards, Matt Anderson, Minutemen


Loyalty Pays Off for Makar, UMass in Reaching Frozen Four

BUFFALO, N.Y. — Once Cale Makar committed to playing hockey at Massachusetts, nothing was going to change the defenceman’s mind. Loyal to UMass Makar stuck by his decision despite a coaching change, which led to him rejecting offers to play at higher-profile schools. He then turned down a chance to represent Canada at the Winter Olympics last year because Makar didn’t want to miss out on his freshman season. And not even the lure of making the jump to the NHL — Colorado drafted him with ...
Tags: Colorado, Massachusetts, Sport, Canada, Ncaa, San Jose, Hockey, NHL, Denver, Alberta, Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Providence, Tampa Bay, Anaheim


Road to the Frozen Four: Providence & Minnesota-Duluth

The Providence College Friars and University of Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs are set to meet in the Frozen Four Semifinals on April 11 in Buffalo, New York. They will be competing for a ticket to the final where the winner will have to face either the Denver University Pioneers or t he UMass Minutemen. And then there were four. A #[email protected], @friarshockey, @umasshockey and @du_hockey have advanced to the @ncaaicehockey Frozen Four! pic.twitter.com/n253xANwBN— NHL on NBC (@NHLonNB...
Tags: Usa, Nbc, Sport, Earth, North Dakota, Ncaa, Hockey, NHL, Clarkson, Denver, Cornell, Falcon, Huskies, Providence, Bobcats, Boston University


NCAA Hockey Tournament Preview

For college hockey fans, the most exciting time of year is here. As we prepare for the regional tournaments that will precede this year’s Frozen Four in Buffalo, we decided to give our takes on this season’s title battle. This year’s field promises an exciting tournament, with a fresh group of teams battling it out for college hockey’s highest honor. The tournament will not feature many of the traditional powerhouses. Boston College, Boston University, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, and W...
Tags: Usa, Massachusetts, Sport, Wisconsin, Ncaa, Buffalo, Hockey, Cornell, Huskies, Providence, Bobcats, Canadiens, Don, Colorado Avalanche, Boston College, St Cloud


Paschall sends No. 25 Nova past Friars 73-62 in Big East

NEW YORK (AP) — Eric Paschall had 20 points and 10 rebounds Thursday, and No. 25 Villanova took control in final nine minutes to beat Providence 73-62 in the quarterfinals of the Big East Conference tournament. Collin Gillespie added 19 points and six assists for the top-seeded and two-time defending champion Wildcats (23-9). Villanova capitalized […]
Tags: New York, News, Sports, Ap, Providence, Villanova, Wildcats, Big East, Friars, Paschall, Eric Paschall, Collin Gillespie


2019 Top NCAA NHL Free Agents

As we near the end of the college hockey season, it’s the time of year when attention begins to turn to some of the top undrafted prospects in college hockey. NHL teams will soon be looking to add low-risk/high-reward prospects that could help their line-up now or in the future. This year’s class may not include a lot of surefire NHL stars, but it is a really deep class, that is likely to see at least a couple players turn into really good NHL players. Here is this year’s class, ranked by ...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, Ncaa, Michigan, Hockey, NHL, Clarkson, Princeton, Providence, Michigan State, St Cloud, Wilkins, Falcons, Robson, Northern Michigan, Friars


Providence holds on for 64-62 win over Xavier

CINCINNATI (AP) — Isaiah Jackson scored 13 points, and Providence got its first Big East road win Wednesday night, holding on for a 64-62 victory over Xavier. The Friars (12-7, 2-4) led by 10 points with 3:44 left, but Xavier cut it to 64-62 and had the ball three times in the final 31 seconds. […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Cincinnati, Providence, Xavier, Big East, Friars, Isaiah Jackson


Flames’ Jankowski Carves Out Key Niche

Professional sports can be a “what have you done for me lately” type of business, particularly when it’s such a results-oriented world. As a consequence, it’s rare to see organizations remain patient with the development of their young players – especially if they were high-profile first round draft picks. Calgary Flames center Mark Jankowski (Candice Ward-USA TODAY Sports) For the Calgary Flames, patience has been the watch-word in regards to 2012 first round pick Mark Jankowski. Six seasons ...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Ncaa, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Quebec, Calgary, Ontario, American Hockey League, Friars, Providence College, Olli Maatta, Mark Jankowski, Jankowski


No. 22 Marquette women dominate 1st half, sink Friars 85-46

Natisha Hiedeman scored 25 points, Erika Davenport had a career-high 20 rebounds in her double-double and No. 22 Marquette cruised past Providence 85-46 in the Big East opener            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, Providence, Marquette, Big East, Friars, Natisha Hiedeman, Erika Davenport


Diallo leads Providence to big road win at Texas 71-65

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Alpha Diallo scored 20 points and Providence got a big out-of-conference win with a tough 71-65 victory over Texas on Friday night. Isaiah Jackson added 12 points for the Friars (10-3), who shot 50 percent in the first half and used a solid defensive effort in holding Texas to just 38 […]
Tags: Texas, News, Sports, Ap, Providence, Austin Texas, Friars, Diallo, Isaiah Jackson


Despite a strong Q3 earnings report, Square’s Q4 forecast disappoints investors

Despite a strong , Square’s forecast for the final quarter of this year gave investors pause, sending its share price down 6 percent in after hours trading before it gradually climbed up again. Square’s adjusted revenue grew 68 percent year-over-year to $431 million, beating expectations from analysts polled by Refinitiv (formerly the financial and risk arm of Thomson Reuters), who had forecast $413.9 million. It also reported 13 cents in adjusted earnings per share, better than the 11 cents...
Tags: TC, Tech, Square, Earnings, Payments, Jack Dorsey, Thomson Reuters, Eventbrite, Friars, David Viniar, Sarah Friar, Square 's IPO


VOTE: Southern California Boys Athlete of the Week

Each week, publications from the The Southern California News Group’s 11 properties (including the Orange County Register, L.A. Daily News, Press-Enterprise, San Gabriel Valley Tribune, Long Beach Press-Telegram, The Daily Breeze, San Bernardino Sun, Daily Bulletin, Redlands Daily Facts, Whittier Daily News and Pasadena-Star News) nominate Athletes of the Week for their respective region. Each nominee is entered into the overall Southern California Athlete of the Week county-wide vote. Click on ...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Pasadena, Vikings, High School Sports, Finn, Tesoro, San Marcos, Langley, La Mirada, Allen, Bulldogs, Paula, Mustangs, Friars


Women’s College Hockey Notable Performers Week 4

Highlighting some notable performances that caught my attention in Week 4 of the women’s college hockey season: Harvard Once a regular fixture in the NCAA Tournament, it has now been three full seasons since Harvard last played in the national tournament, marking the longest drought since the late-’90s. The Crimson are also coming off back-to-back losing seasons for the first time since the early stages of head coach Katey Stone’s tenure over 20 years ago. But there were reasons for optim...
Tags: US, Sport, Harvard, New Hampshire, Dartmouth, Ncaa, Darth Vader, Hockey, Clarkson, Ohio State, Providence, Reed, Penn State, Nittany Lions, Robert Morris, Colgate


Wild’s Success Runs Through the Iowa Pipeline

If the Minnesota Wild has a remote chance of winning the Stanley Cup in the near future, the development of its farm system in Iowa will be a major factor. Minnesota began its affiliation with the Iowa Wild of the American Hockey League for the 2013-14 season. Since then, Iowa has missed the playoffs for the past five seasons. They were at the bottom of the standings in their first three seasons but came up just short of making the playoffs in the last two. On the other hand, Minnesota has faile...
Tags: Minnesota, Sport, Iowa, Army, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, Minnesota Wild, Bruce Boudreau, Des Moines Register, PAUL, Colorado Avalanche, Des Moines, American Hockey League, Winnipeg Jets


Rome's Awe-Inspiring Historic Libraries

The money a society devotes to shared public resources was once a sign of its greatness. Reading—gaining sense through knowing the past through the writing from the humanity’s greatest minds—was a big deal long ago. We can gain a sense of what used to be considered greatness by visiting some of Rome’s historic libraries. Biblioteca Angelica, Rome In raucous Rome, libraries also represent a sanctuary from the happy disorder of the streets. The quiet wraps you l...
Tags: Travel, Rome, St Augustine, Friars, Santa Maria Sopra Minerva, Biblioteca Angelica, Borromini, Biblioteca Angelica Rome, Biblioteca Angelica This, Angelo Rocca, Vatican Printing House, Sixtus V Bishop Angelo Rocca, Angelica Library Piazza di Sant ' Agostino, Rome Italy Official Website, Casanatense Library, Girolamo Casanate


NCAA Predictions: Hockey East

The fall semester has just begun for college students across the globe, and with it comes the anticipation of the NCAA Hockey season. Along the east coast of the United States, that patient (or not so patient) wait has turned into eagerness. The Hockey East was a competitive conference last season with Boston College, Northeastern, and Providence all making bids to finish atop the standings. The Hockey East is one of the most competitive conferences in the NCAA. (Vince Richard/The Hockey Writer...
Tags: Minnesota, Massachusetts, Brown University, Sport, United States, New Hampshire, Maine, Nashville, Ncaa, Hockey, NHL, San Jose Sharks, Notre Dame, UConn, Vermont, Wall


Flames Jankowski: Family Hockey Roots Run Deep

There is more than meets the eye when it comes to Calgary Flames center Mark Jankowski. The Flames’ #77 is not the first ‘Janko’ to don an NHL sweater nor will he be the last (or so it seems). His family ties to the sport have spanned generations and have influenced his rise up the ranks. On July 25, the Flames signed the 23-year-old to a two-year, $3.35 million deal which carries an annual cap hit of close to $1.675 million per season. Jankowski was slotted in as a third-line center in his r...
Tags: Usa, Toronto, Sport, David, Ncaa, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, Calgary Flames, Rhode Island, Calgary, Cornell University, Chicago Blackhawks, Los Angeles Kings, Pittsburgh, Calgary Stampeders