166 Friars named to 2011-12 BIG EAST All-Academic Team
Sam Schlich and John Fatigati are this season's Most Valuable Student-Athletes.
Ceremony recognized student-athletes for major academic achievement.
Freshman John Fatigati broke the school record for the 200 IM in the loss.
2010-11: Scored 8.5 points...Competed in the short to medium distance freestyle events...Swam to a personal season-best time of 57.93 in the 100y free on December 3, 2010 at the Harold Anderson Invitational.
High School: Earned three letters in swimming while at Bishop Feehan...Also competed in track for four years...President of the Political Society.
Personal: Daughter of Ann and William Devine...Has one brother, Liam, and one sister, Ashley...Father played football at Boston University...Political Science and History major.
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Swim Team Breaks More...
Following yesterday's record breaking performance in the Men's 200-yard Medley Relay, two more teams from Providence College broke school records at day two ...
Mens Swimming Sets New...
Day one of the BIG EAST Swimming and Diving Championships was highlight by Jonathan Batista, Ryan Trammell, Charles Sabaitis, and Patrick Brannigan, as they ...
Swimming and Diving Defeated...
The Friars took on some very tough competition on Saturday, Feb. 3rd, as they travelled to New Providence, N.J. to take on Seton Hall and Georgetown in the...
Swimming and Diving...
Both the Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving team received the Scholar All-American Award for outstanding academic achievement during the Fall ...
Men's Swimming Takes Down...
The Swimming and Diving program recognizes all eleven of its seniors for all that they have done for the program over the duration of their careers at...
Swimming and Diving Edged...
Katherine Fallon was dominant, taking first place in all three of her individual events to earn 27 points for the Friars
Men's Swimming Topped By...
Providence Men's Swimming and Diving drops first meet of the new year 135-66 at Villanova
Men take 2nd, Women take 4th...
Men dominate the 200-yard freestyle, taking first through sixth place to earn maximum points