Providence College Athletics Holds Letter-Winner Society Induction
Jan. 20, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Providence College Athletics Director Robert G. Driscoll inducted 43 student-athletes into the department's Letter-Winner's Society on Thursday, January 19. The ceremony that took place in McPhail's was comprised of student-athletes who participated in fall sports at the College.
The Letter-Winner's Society was introduced to the campus community on December 4, 2003 as Driscoll unveiled a new tradition with the first induction ceremony involving 67 student-athletes who participated in fall sports. During the ceremony, each student-athlete received a lettermen's jacket. The Letter-Winner's Society holds two inductions each academic year to honor student-athletes who have met the criteria to earn a lettermen's jacket. A specific criteria has been developed for each sport by the head coaches and athletic department administrators.
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