Nov. 6, 2012
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
Forty years ago Friar legend Ernie DiGregorio `73 set the standard for all Providence College point guards. This season, senior Vincent Council (Brooklyn, N.Y.) looks to break DiGregorio's career assist record and write his own name in the book of Friar legends. You can get an assist of your own by supporting Council through his record breaking run. Council needs 102 assists to break the record. Through this campaign you can donate per assist or simply make a one-time donation in any amount. Every gift goes to support Friar Athletics and every donor will receive a signed 8x10 photo of Council to commemorate this historic season. Thanks for your support.
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Fans can visit http://pledge4good.com/friars throughout the season. Those fans who guess which game Council will break the record will be entered in to win floor seats to a 2013-2014 Friar home game!
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