Sports

Army Navy Game

(12.9) For the first time in the 124-year history of the Army-Navy series, the game will be played in New England, and Providence has rolled out the welcome mat. On Friday, over 700 Navy midshipmen will be pulling into Providence to check into the luxurious ‘Fair Winds Suites’ (a.k.a. Gina’s sick bay*) at the RI […]

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Olivia Pichardo Making History

Brown freshman Olivia Pichardo was representing last Wednesday at Fenway Park when she threw out the ceremonial first pitch of the game (not the best, but far from the worst). Fenway celebrated Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Day with pre-game festivities including Taiko Drumming, traditional dance performances, and food. Remind me to go next year. Olivia

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Our Guy Jeremy Peña — World Series MVP!

This is incredible. Providence native, and Classical High alum, Jeremy Peña has just added World Series MVP to his already stunning 2022 record. Since being named MVP of the American League Championship Series (following his game-winning homerun in the 18th inning of the division playoff game against Seattle) Astros infielder Peña became the first rookie

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ALCS MVP Jeremy Peña Makes Providence Proud

Astros rookie shortstop, and Classical High alum, Jeremy Peña, has been named the Most Valuable Player of the American League Championship Series! CBS Sports reports that Peña . . . was named ALCS MVP after a dominant four-game series in which he went 6 for 18 (.333) with two doubles and two homers. He drove

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‘Spirit Of Sports’ — Van Leesten Bridge

(9.18) Fans of the gargoyles and oracles they have consulted at WaterFire may not be aware of the wide range of figures that TEN31 Productions is capable of mounting. But nobody is going to ask a bowler to predict the future; you need a sibyl! For something different, head down to the river this Sunday

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Go Friars!

[Update: While Kansas prevailed 66-61, the Friars turned it on in the second half and gave everyone a great game, taking the lead at one point. Well done Friars and thank you Coach Ed Cooley.]  Congratulations to the Providence College Friars men’s basketball team for making it to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament

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