Kris Monroe Commits to NC Central

Just a few days after Forward Kris Monrow announced that he was entering the transfer portal, he has committed to the NC Central Eagles to continue his collegiate basketball career. Monroe returns home to North Carolina with his commitment and even more specifically, returns to his hometown of Durham, North Carolina, where NC Central is … Continue reading Kris Monroe Commits to NC Central

PC Friar Kris Monroe Entering the Transfer Portal

Kris Monroe became the second member of the Providence College basketball team to enter the transfer portal after Sophomore Greg Gantt confirmed his intention to transfer on his Instragram this past Saturday. Monroe was a part of the highly touted four-man recruiting class that featured David Duke, A.J. Reeves, and Jimmy Nichols. Despite being labeled … Continue reading PC Friar Kris Monroe Entering the Transfer Portal

Game Recap: Friars Drop Maui Invitational Opener to Indiana, 79-58

Providence Friars 58 (1-1) Indiana Hoosiers 79 (2-0) Photo via IndianaHQ Even though the Maui Invitational is taking place in Asheville, North Carolina this year, the hopes for a successful tournament were just as high for the Friars and Friartown as if it was in tropical Hawaii. The Friars never really seemed to get things … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Drop Maui Invitational Opener to Indiana, 79-58

Game Recap: Friars Open Season with a Drubbing of Fairfield, 97-56

Providence Friars 97 (1-0) Fairfield Stags (0-1) The Providence Friars opened up what is sure to be the weirdest college basketball season ever, with a complete team thrashing of the visiting Fairfield Stags. The Friars went into the half with a comfortable 12 point cushion (41-29) but came out for the second frame and put … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Open Season with a Drubbing of Fairfield, 97-56

LaSalle Transfer Ed Croswell Immediately Eligible After Receiving Waiver

In an unexpected turn of events, it looks like LaSalle transfer Ed Croswell will be suiting up for the Providence Friars for the 2020-2021 college basketball season after receiving an NCAA waiver for the upcoming year. It was long speculated that Croswell would sit out one season, work on his game, and then fill the … Continue reading LaSalle Transfer Ed Croswell Immediately Eligible After Receiving Waiver

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: The Friars Put Together a Nearly Perfect First Game, Throttle Sacred Heart 106-60

Providence Friars (1-0) 106 Sacred Heart Pioneers (0-1) 60  Now THAT is how you open a college basketball season.  I didn't think that the Friars could play well enough to match my excitement for meaningful college basketball games to be back, but they actually managed to somehow exceed my high anticipation.  We saw a couple … Continue reading Game Recap: The Friars Put Together a Nearly Perfect First Game, Throttle Sacred Heart 106-60

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 Lose at DePaul Due to Some Atrocious Shooting, 67-55

Providence Friars (13-9) 55 DePaul Blue Demons (12-9) 67 The Friars traveled to Chicago to take on the DePaul Blue Demons for the second time this season and second time in the past three games.  As has gotten way too familiar for the Friars when playing DePaul, the split the season series with the perennial … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Lose at DePaul Due to Some Atrocious Shooting, 67-55

Game Recap: Friars Take Down DePaul 70-67 in AJ Reeves’ Return

Providence Friars (13-7) 70 DePaul Blue Demons (11-8) 67 That makes it two Big East wins in a row, and three wins in their last four games, for the Providence Friars as they kept things rolling against a much improved DePaul team visiting The Dunk.  The Friars got a much needed boost from A.J. Reeves … Continue reading Game Recap: Friars Take Down DePaul 70-67 in AJ Reeves’ Return