La Salle Transfer Ed Croswell Commits to Providence

The college basketball season might be cancelled but the Providence Friars and Ed Cooley haven't stopped rolling.  After finishing the season on a 6 game win streak, the Friars have added back-to-back transfer targets early in the college basketball off-season to continue on their hot streak. Ed Croswell had narrowed down his potential transfer destinations … Continue reading La Salle Transfer Ed Croswell Commits to Providence

Game Recap: Friars Make it Four in a Row with an Overtime Win at Marquette

Providence Friars (10-6) 81 Marquette Golden Eagles (11-4) 80 OT Long live the retro away jerseys! The Friars won their second straight road game and are currently on a four game winning streak.  After being left for dead by many (not me) after some very questionable losses to being their non-conference schedule, Providence suddenly seems … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Make it Four in a Row with an Overtime Win at Marquette

Game Recap: Nate Watson Hits a Clutch Free Throw to Secure the Win over DePaul 66-65

Providence Friars (9-6) 66 DePaul Blue Demons (12-3) 65 A clutch free throw from Nate Watson, the guy on the team who has been struggling the most with his free throw shooting this season, gave Providence their first road win of the season over DePaul.  The Friars have no started 2-0 in Big East Conference … Continue reading Game Recap: Nate Watson Hits a Clutch Free Throw to Secure the Win over DePaul 66-65

Game Recap: Friars Open Up Big East Play with a 76-60 Win Over a Shorthanded Georgetown

Providence Friars (8-6) 76 Georgetown Hoyas (10-4) 60 Welcome to 2020, where the Providence Friars are an undefeated basketball team!  The Friars got off to a scorching hot start, finishing the first half with a 31-point advantage over the visiting Georgetown Hoyas to begin their Big East Conference slate.  Heading into the half with a … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Open Up Big East Play with a 76-60 Win Over a Shorthanded Georgetown

Game Recap: Providence Smashes Texas at Home 70-48

Providence Friars (7-6) 70 Texas Longhorns (9-2) 48 Providence responded from their worst game of the season against Florida with quite possibly their best game of the season against Texas.  Providence was able to beat Texas in Austin last season and impressively showed that with their backs up against the wall, that they are still … Continue reading Game Recap: Providence Smashes Texas at Home 70-48

Game Recap: After a Slow Start, Friars Get it Together to Steamroll Merrimack 93-56

Providence Friars (4-1) 93 Merrimack Warriors (3-3) 56 The Providence Friars and Friartown were more than happy to welcome back Big Dog Nate Watson to the court en route to an eventual blowout of first year Division I basketball team Merrimack.  Watson was definitely on a minutes count for his first action of the season, … Continue reading Game Recap: After a Slow Start, Friars Get it Together to Steamroll Merrimack 93-56

Game Recap: PC Friars Bounce Back from First Loss to Thump St. Peter’s 68-47

Providence Friars (3-1) 68 Saint Peter's Peacocks (0-2) 47  Even without A.J. Reeves (back), Greg Gantt (personal reasons), and Nate Watson (still), the Friars were able to handily beat the visiting St. Peter's Peacocks at The Dunk over the weekend.  First off, who knew that St. Peter's was the Peacocks? Anyway, the first half was … Continue reading Game Recap: PC Friars Bounce Back from First Loss to Thump St. Peter’s 68-47

Game Recap: David Duke Officially Begins His Emergence as the Friars Beat NJIT 76-47

Providence Friars (2-0) 76 NJIT Highlanders (0-2) 47 David Duke Jr. was everything the Friars needed at the exact time that they needed it during their 76-47 win over a visiting NJIT Highlanders team.  Duke scored a career-high 21 points, displaying all facets of his game during stretches where Providence needed a bucket, needed a … Continue reading Game Recap: David Duke Officially Begins His Emergence as the Friars Beat NJIT 76-47

Shooting Guard Alyn Breed Becomes the Friars First 2020 Commit

The Friars have received their first verbal commitment for the 2020 class, as 6'3'' shooting guard Alyn Breed posted a photo on his Instagram with the hashtag #PC2020. View this post on Instagram #PC2020🧸💕🚀 A post shared by 1/1 🧸 (@alynbreed) on Sep 7, 2019 at 5:00pm PDT Breed, a lethal scorer from Georgia, made … Continue reading Shooting Guard Alyn Breed Becomes the Friars First 2020 Commit

2020 Top-40 Forward Lance Ware Lists Providence in his Final 5 Schools and Sets an Official Visit

As anticipated, Lance Ware released his final five schools on Twitter this evening and has narrowed down his list to Providence, Michigan, Kentucky, Ohio State, and Miami. Top 5 🤷🏽‍♂️ @TiptonEdits pic.twitter.com/SIWllzgfA0 — lance (@lanceware12) August 4, 2019 Not only did he cut the schools he is considering down, but he also set some official … Continue reading 2020 Top-40 Forward Lance Ware Lists Providence in his Final 5 Schools and Sets an Official Visit