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

2020 Big Man Hunter Dickinson Includes Providence in his Final Seven Schools

Five star center Hunter Dickinson of DeMatha Catholic has cut down to his final list of schools and included Providence College in his final seven. 7️⃣ pic.twitter.com/3Cwn0T8M9A — Hunter Dickinson (@H_Dickinson24) July 27, 2019  The other six schools include some heavy-hitters with North Carolina, Louisville, Michigan, Notre Dame, Florida State, and Purdue.  The 7-footer has … Continue reading 2020 Big Man Hunter Dickinson Includes Providence in his Final Seven Schools

Ben Bentil Officially Joins Panathinaikos

Shortly after agreeing to extend his contract with Peristeri Vikos Cola for another year, Ben Bentil's contract was bought out by the reigning Greek Cup Champions, Panathinaikos.  Now, it's finally official and Bentil will be joining the "Greens." Bentil will be following his head coach Argyris Pedoulakis from Peristeri to Panathinaikos as the duo will team up … Continue reading Ben Bentil Officially Joins Panathinaikos

Saint Joseph’s Transfer Jared Bynum Commits to the Providence Friars

Ed Cooley and the Providence Friars just nabbed their second commitment from the transfer portal in as many days, and third of the off-season (I guess it would be called an off-season, right?).  Saint Joseph's Freshman guard Jared Bynum announced on his Instagram and Twitter that he will be heading to Providence, sitting for one … Continue reading Saint Joseph’s Transfer Jared Bynum Commits to the Providence Friars

Alpha Diallo Enters His Name into the NBA Draft

Per Alpha Diallo's Instagram, the Providence Junior is entering his name into the NBA Draft for 2019 and will be taking part in the upcoming process and workouts. View this post on Instagram Don’t Raise Your Voice, Improve Your Argument #Marathoncontinues 💯 A post shared by Alpha Diallo (@slowmo.11) on Apr 16, 2019 at 9:17am … Continue reading Alpha Diallo Enters His Name into the NBA Draft

UMass Guard Luwane Pipkins Will Be Transferring to Providence

Almost immediately following Drew Edwards announcement that he will play out his last year of eligibility away from Providence next year, UMass guard Luwane Pipkins let everyone know that he will be making his way to Friartown to finish out his collegiate career. I just want to say thanks to all the coaches that contacted … Continue reading UMass Guard Luwane Pipkins Will Be Transferring to Providence

Game Recap: Friars Don’t Show Up Against Arkansas in the First Round of the NIT

(4) Providence Friars (18-16) 72 (5) Arkansas Razorbacks (18-15) 84 What the shit was that? The Friars were given a home game to open up the NIT Tournament against an Arkansas team who was without their best player, Daniel Gafford, a projected mid-to-late first round pick in this year's NBA Draft, who chose to skip … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Don’t Show Up Against Arkansas in the First Round of the NIT

Game Recap: Friars Finish Off the Regular Season with a Comfy Win Over Butler, 83-70

Providence Friars (17-14) 83 Butler Bulldogs (16-15) 70 This game was more about Big East Tournament seeding and making sure that everything is clicking going into Madison Square Garden than anything else.  The one thing that the Friars needed to get going in order of having a chance of making a run this coming week … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Finish Off the Regular Season with a Comfy Win Over Butler, 83-70

Game Recap: The Friars Get a Much Needed Win at Butler in OT, 73-67

Providence Friars (16-13) 74 Butler Bulldogs (15-13) 67 It is never easy to win on the road in the Big East. The Friars were up by 14 with five and a half minutes left in the first half but the game was back-and-forth the entire second frame, eventually needing free extra basketball to decide it. … Continue reading Game Recap: The Friars Get a Much Needed Win at Butler in OT, 73-67