Providence Idol Winner Announced
July 9, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - After a close competition, a Providence Idol winner has been crowned. Genevieve Lacasse of Women's Ice Hockey is the first winner of Providence Idol. A student-athlete from each of our athletic programs competed to become our Providence Idol. As a result, Women's Ice Hockey will be awarded $1,000 toward their varsity athletic program.
The nominees for each sport were:
Men's Basketball - LaDontae Henton
Women's Basketball - Lola Wells
Men's Cross Country/Track - David McCarthy
Women's Cross Country/Track - Emily Sisson
Field Hockey - Henni Tietze
Men's Ice Hockey - Alex Beaudry
Women's Ice Hockey - Genevieve Lacasse
Lacrosse - Jake Nolan
Men's Soccer - Jhojan Obando
Women's Soccer - Laura DiClemente
Softball - Jen Abrams
Men's Swimming/Diving - John Fatigati
Women's Swimming/Diving - Sam Schlich
Tennis - Maria Clara Bernardez
Volleyball - Lauren Fletcher
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