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    LINEUP BY LINEUP: NAVY

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    Lineup by Lineup: Binghamton

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    THE RECRUITING NOTEBOOK

    Friar Insider Staff / Editor

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    Henton keys tournament championship

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  • 02.

    LINEUP BY LINEUP: NAVY

    Richard Coren / Publisher

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  • 03.

    Lineup by Lineup: Binghamton

    Richard Coren / Publisher

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  • 04.

    THE RECRUITING NOTEBOOK

    Friar Insider Staff / Editor

    Full Story
  • 01.

    Henton keys tournament championship

    Richard Coren / Publisher

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  • 02.

    LINEUP BY LINEUP: NAVY

    Richard Coren / Publisher

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  • 03.

    Lineup by Lineup: Binghamton

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LaDontae Henton

ALBANY GIVES FRIARS A SCARE

Providence College opened its 2014-15 season with an escape-by-the-seat-of-your-pants, 64-60 win over America East foe, Albany, in front of 9,599 fans at the Dunk.

Conference Breakdown: Big East

Conference Breakdown: Big East

It isn't a huge group in terms of overall numbers coming in to the Big East, but there is some major star power. Leading the way in that category is Marquette.

Amazing Video: Scout's Top Football Recruits

Amazing Video: Scout's Top Football Recruits

Watch hundreds of incredible profiles of the country's top football recruits in action. For all you recruiting fanatics, it doesn't get any better than this!

Tyler Harris

Thoughts From an Exhibition Against Stonehill

For the 4,234 fans in the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, it was an opportunity to check out a number of new faces on the Friars’ roster. For the coaching staff, it was a chance to test new combinations and see how all of the parts worked.

Ed Cooley

Providence College Season Preview

As always, the offseason provides a grab-bag of good and bad for Friar fans; a roller-coaster of emotions, in which nothing is easy and hearts are often broken. That said, the offseason is nearly over and it’s time to take a look at the 2014-15 edition of the Providence College Friars.

Kris Dunn

What To Expect Against Harvard

What can Friar fans expect from the closed door scrimmage on November 1st against Harvard? Not a lot of details from Ed Cooley.

Carson Desrosiers

The Roles of Harris and Desrosiers

With a number of newcomers set to make an impact and several returnees about to assume greater roles, junior Tyler Harris and senior Carson Desrosiers will be key to any Friar success this season.

Jason Smith

Interview With Brewster Academy's Jason Smith

Located in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, along the shoreline of Lake Winnipesaukee, Brewster Academy is one of the top Prep School basketball programs in the country. Brewster has captured three National Prep School Championships over the past five seasons, as well as four NEPSAC Class AAA Championships since 2008.

LaDontae Henton

Reviewing the Big East's Top Returnees

The Big East lost a lot of talent after a strong first season that ended with a whimper in the NCAA Tournament. Doug McDermott, Bryce Cotton, Markel Starks, Semaj Christon, Brandon Young, Khyle Marshall, Davante Gardner, James Bell, Kadeem Batts, JaKarr Sampson, Jamil Wilson and Fuquan Edwin are all gone.

Justin Robinson

Big Weekend in Friartown

It appears Ed Cooley is trying to pull out all the stops this weekend when top priority recruit in the class of 2015 Justin Robinson comes to Providence for his official visit.

Tyree Chambers

Tyree Chambers Interview

Providence College’s 2014 recruiting class has received a late addition to help bolster the backcourt. Late last week, Tyree Chambers, a 6’2” guard from Bayreuth, Germany committed to the Friars, joining center Paschal Chukwu, forwards Ben Bentil and Jalen Lindsey, and guard Kyron Cartwright in the incoming freshman class.

Paschal Chukwu

THE RECRUITING NOTEBOOK

At PC, Ed Cooley and staff continue to make inroads with new prospects. Here is a new database of 2015, 2016 and 2017 prospects that the staff is pursuing. New names and info will be added as we uncover them. For the 2015 and 2016, one asterisk means the Friars have been mentioned with them; two asterisks means there is significant interest; and three asterisks means PC really wants them.

LaDontae Henton

Henton keys tournament championship

In a one-point game, little things can make a big difference. You never know which possession or which play will, when all is said and done, be the difference between hoisting a trophy or suffering a heartbreaking defeat.

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