Game Recap: Missed Layups and Threes Sink the Friars on the Road at Northwestern 72-63

Providence Friars (2-1) 63 Northwestern Wildcats (1-1) 72 Northwestern was coming off a loss to first year Division I team Merrimack and the Friars were coming off two blowout victories over Sacred Heart and NJIT, so you think that the Friars would be able to go into Chicago and beat the Northwestern Wildcats on the … Continue reading Game Recap: Missed Layups and Threes Sink the Friars on the Road at Northwestern 72-63

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

The “How Is That Guy Still In College” Team for 2019-2020

One of my favorite blogs to write before the season is assembling of the “How Is That Guy Still in College” Team.  These are the guys who you could swear have been in college for at least a decade but somehow they're still contributing to College teams.  Maybe they have tenure or something? Here is the … Continue reading The “How Is That Guy Still In College” Team for 2019-2020

Ranking the Friars Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule for the Upcoming 2019-2020 Season

This will be the third year that I have ranked the Men's Basketball Non-Conference schedule for the Friars in anticipation for the upcoming season, so I guess I can officially call it my annual rankings.  Here's the 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 rankings if you're interested. Overall on the Friars schedule, they have two true away games … Continue reading Ranking the Friars Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule for the Upcoming 2019-2020 Season

Xavier Foster, 2020 Big Man, Lists Providence in his Final Five Schools

Xavier Foster, a 2020 Center from Iowa, has included Providence in his final five schools that he is considering.  The seven footer also included his home state Iowa Hawkeyes and Iowa State Cyclones, along with Virginia Tech and Baylor. View this post on Instagram I would like to say thank you to all the coach’s … Continue reading Xavier Foster, 2020 Big Man, Lists Providence in his Final Five Schools

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 Standout Earl Timberlake Includes Providence College in his Final 7 Schools

The Providence Friars have been as in as you can get on a recruit in the 2020 class with Earl Timberlake of DeMatha Catholic.  Timberlake, a consensus Top-30 prospect in his class, has gradually moved up the rankings behind some stellar play both in the High School and AAU ranks.  The 6'6'' swing man recently … Continue reading 2020 Standout Earl Timberlake Includes Providence College in his Final 7 Schools

Forward Elijah Taylor (2020 Class), Includes Providence in his Final Six Schools

Elijah Taylor, the 6'8'' forward in the 2020 class, has cut his list of school down to six and included Providence in his final list. 2020 Imhotep Charter/Team Final (PA) PF Elijah Taylor (@1lij22) reveals his Top 6 schools. pic.twitter.com/liWcH015FA — THE MILLER REPORT ™️ (@miller_report) July 20, 2019 The other five schools rounding out … Continue reading Forward Elijah Taylor (2020 Class), Includes Providence in his Final Six Schools

Niels Lane Lists Providence College in his Final 7 Schools

Niels Lane, the 4-star guard from the Northeast (NY/NJ) has listed Providence College in his cut down list of his final seven schools, joining Hunter Dickinson as the second 2020 recruit has included the Friars in their final listing of schools this week. 2020 four-star Niels Lane is down to 7 schools. @realnielsl pic.twitter.com/QrfroMWTfK — … Continue reading Niels Lane Lists Providence College in his Final 7 Schools

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