1. Requiem for the “Dream Team”: The End of an Era in Boston

    The epic collapse of the Red Sox will forever be in the history books, but the 2011 season caps off a decade-long period of highs, lows and much transformation in how many remember baseball in Boston...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about almost 3 years ago 416 reads 8 comments

  2. Five Questions for the 2010-2011 Providence College Friars

    Providence College (2-0) kicked off its season last Saturday night with a win vs. Dartmouth (0-2) followed by a nailbiter finish against Yale (0-2) on Monday...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about over 3 years ago 270 reads 2 comments

  3. Providence Drops Third Straight With 82-79 Home Loss to Marquette

    Coming off an 0-2 road trip which had Providence 12-11 (4-7) get beat by Cincinnati 14-8 (5-5) and Syracuse 22-1 (9-1), the Friars looked to rebound at the dunk against the Marquette Golden Eagles 15-8 (6-5) on parents weekend...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about over 4 years ago 189 reads 1 comments

  4. Friars Upset No. 19 Connecticut 81-66 In Blow Out Fashion

    Coming off the heartbreaking loss to South Florida last Saturday, Friar fans were skeptical about their next home game against the No. 19 ranked University of Connecticut Huskies, who had just handed it to number one Texas 88-74...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about over 4 years ago 124 reads 1 comments

  5. Patriots Recent Problems Stem From Inept Drafting

    One of the few cognitive comments John Madden made during a telecast still plays in my mind. He once said you can’t judge a team’s draft until two or three years down the road...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about over 4 years ago 644 reads 7 comments

  6. Providence Friars Shocked After Stunning Loss to South Florida

    Homecoming weekend at Providence College and the first weekend back for the students from winter break, filled the Dunkin Donuts Center with anxious and excited fans who were ready to show their ...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about over 4 years ago 116 reads 2 comments

  7. Friars Survive Against Brown in Annual Cross-Town Matchup

      The Providence Friars were anxiously awaiting the chance to redeem themselves after a tough loss to URI last Saturday. Surprisingly, the Friars did not seem prepared to take on the Brown Bears, their annual Ivy League opponent...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about over 4 years ago 52 reads 2 comments

  8. 5-2 Friars Roll Into The Ryan Center

    While only seven games into the young college basketball season, the Providence Friars take their 5-2 record and resilient attitude down to Kingston where they face the URI Rams at the Ryan Center tomorrow...

    Scott  Stuart Written by Scott Stuart about over 4 years ago 58 reads 0 comments