Members of the 2015 graduating class were honored and the team's annual award winners were announced.
The Friars carry a 1-0-0 BIG EAST record into Saturday night's contest.
The Friars will play Seton Hall at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday at Glay Field.
The unbeaten Friars carry a 5-0-2 record to Charlottesville, Va.
The Friars carry a 4-0-2 record to Boston.
2014: Played in one game for the Friars.
2013: Did not play in a game for the Friars.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Competed for four years on Kearny High School's varsity soccer team ... Captained team for two years ... Named first team All-County ... Played club soccer for Kearny United and Ironbound S.C.
PERSONAL: Son of Walter and Elisa Huacon ... Has one brother, Walter Jr. ... Favorite player is Lionel Messi ... Favorite team is Manchester United ... Finance major.
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Men’s Soccer Draws...
The Providence College men’s soccer team battled DePaul University to a 0-0 tie on Saturday night on Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium.
Men’s Soccer Opens BIG...
The Providence College men’s soccer team welcomes DePaul University to Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium for a BIG EAST match-up scheduled for Saturday,...
Men’s Soccer Loses a...
The Providence College men’s soccer team fell to Harvard, 2-1, on Saturday night at Anderson Stadium.
Men’s Soccer Clashes...
The Providence College men’s soccer team welcomes Harvard University to Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium for a non-conference match-up scheduled for...
Steeves' Five Points Lead...
Red-shirt senior Mac Steeves (Needham, Mass.) tallied two goals and an assist for a five-point night in the Friars’ home-opener. Providence defeated...
Men’s Soccer Wins in...
The Providence College men’s soccer came from behind to defeat the University of Rhode Island, 2-1, in double overtime on Saturday night at URI Soccer ...
Men’s Soccer Faces...
The Providence College men’s soccer team takes on the University of Rhode Island and the Bryant Bulldogs this weekend. The Friars play at URI on...
Men's Soccer Edged by Wake...
The No. 12 Providence College men’s soccer team fell to No. 2 Wake Forest, 4-1 on Sunday Night at Spry Stadium.