Brycen Goodine Has Entered the Transfer Portal

Providence Friars guard Brycen Goodine has officially decided to enter the transfer portal. The 6'4'' two-guard played one season at Syracuse before transferring to Providence, where he played the last two seasons coming off the bench. https://twitter.com/MHershgordon/status/1516459546432188416 Goodine actually saw his minutes decrease from his Sophomore year (8.6 mpg) to his Junior year (5.8 mpg) …

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Game Recap: Even A Blizzard Can’t Stop the Friars from Avenging Their Loss to Marquette

#17 Providence Friars 65 (18-2) #22 Marquette Golden Eagles 63 (15-7) After having their gam pushed back a day from Saturday to Sunday due to a blizzard, the Friars displayed great toughness and resiliency in avenging on of their two losses from earlier in the year, beating Marquette in front of a crazy crowd at …

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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 …

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Hometown Top-50 Recruit David Duke Commits to Providence

The Providence Friars top recruiting target for 2018, took to his personal twitter account (@Duuukkeee) on Friday night to announce his decision to commit to Providence College. Duke, a Providence native who lives just a couple of miles from campus, decided to choose PC over Buzz Williams' Virginia Tech Hokies and potentially become a hometown …

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