Friars Forever Athletic Fund Mission:
The Friars Forever Athletic Fund is the fundraising arm of Providence College Athletics. More than 2,000 loyal donors support the Friars Forever Athletic Fund and its mission of improving athletic facilities and providing scholarship and academic support to the department's 300 student-athletes who compete in 19 varsity sports. Financial contributions to the Friars Forever Athletic Fund are essential for the continued growth and success of Friar Athletics and benefit all athletic programs.
As we continue to make the necessary improvements to compete for both a conference and a national title, it is crucial for us to receive the support of our alumni and friends. As a former player or someone close to the program, you understand the needs, expectations and demands of being a Providence College Student-Athlete. Therefore, I hope we can rely on you to become a member of the Friars Forever Athletic Fund. The money generated from the Friars Forever Athletic Fund will help ensure the future of Providence College Athletics. Your support is greatly appreciated. You can make a difference in the lives of our student-athletes.
Athletic Department Vision:
Providence College's intercollegiate athletics program is the most respected of all institutions competing at the NCAA Division I level. With roots steeped in the Dominican tradition, It is a program, in which each student-athlete receives the training and support necessary to reach his or her full academic, athletic and human potential.
Each sports team competes strongly for success at the conference and national championship levels. Every student-athlete graduates. Providence College athletics consistently achieves a top 50 ranking in the NACDA Directors Cup. The athletic department is a continuing source of pride for the entire campus community, honoring the College's values and traditions.
The department exercises fiscal vigilance, innovative approaches to revenue-generation, and strong partnerships with the College, alumni, donors and the community to secure the resources necessary to realize this student-athlete centered vision.
Brian Kennedy Named BIG EAST...
Brian Kennedy (Upland, Calif.) was named the BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Week, as announced by the conference on Monday afternoon.
Mary O'Reilly And Manon Van ...
Providence College field hockey was well-represented among the list of BIG EAST weekly award winners on Monday, Oct. 16. Sophomore midfielder Mary O’R...
Women’s Soccer Earns...
United Soccer Coaches, previously the NSCAA, announced the Team Academic Award Winners on Thursday, Oct. 5 for the 2016-17 academic year. The Friars were one...
No. 9/5 Men’s Hockey...
The No. 9/5 Providence College men’s hockey team dropped a 4-3 decision in overtime to No. 13 Boston College on Sunday night at Schneider Arena.
Women's Soccer Edges No. 15 ...
The Providence College women's soccer team earned an exciting 1-0 result against No. 15 Georgetown on Sunday, Oct. 15 in Providence, R.I. Today's game was...
Field Hockey Defeats...
The Providence College field hockey team improved to 10-5 overall on the season with a 3-1 victory over Dartmouth on Oct. 15 in Hanover, N.H. Sophomore...
Men's Basketball Opens 2017-...
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The 2017-18 Providence College Late Night Madness celebration was a spectacular event and a fun-filled evening for all in attendance. ...
Friars Dive Into The Season ...
John Freeman, Jonathan Batista, and Sebastian Melendez led Men's Swimming to a Second Place Finish