HEAD COACH, SAM LOPES:
"The process of coaching players while leading them as people to maximize their growth and success in a challenging but motivating environment on and off the field."
The priority is always the program while keeping three generations (past, present & future) connected so we always evolve as a united & passionate friar family. Every team is responsible to embrace the opportunities provided within the program. Each season, the team must be passionate with team spirit motivated to build upon the tradition while leaving their lasting legacy. The self must take ownership and be accountable as a proud representation of the program. Their individual growth is critical to the overall success of the program.
WE NOT ME
The “WE” is the priority, understanding the development & growth of the "ME" is important for the greater good and success of the "WE"
What we do and how we do it daily, matters. The focus must always be on the process of becoming the best version of yourself within that given day.
Tomorrow is not guaranteed so learn from yesterday and take full advantage of the opportunities today to grow, develop and a be a better you holistically
No. 9 Men’s Hockey...
The No. 9 Providence College men’s hockey team was blanked by RIT, 4-0, on Saturday night at Schneider Arena.
#8/10 Providence College...
The No. 8/10 Providence College women’s hockey team held off a late Boston University rally to capture a 6-5 win at Schneider Arena on Saturday afternoon.
Men's Basketball Falls Short...
The Providence men’s basketball team fell to UMass Amherst, 72-63, despite 15 points and seven rebounds from senior Rodney Bullock (Hampton, Va.)...
Women's Basketball Drops 78-...
The Providence College women’s basketball team fell to Sacred Heart, 78-75, on Dec. 9 in Fairfield, Conn. Providence dropped to 6-5 on the year, while...
No. 9 Men’s Hockey...
The No. 9 Providence College men’s hockey team got two goals each from Brian Pinho and Scott Conway, while Erik Foley added three points en route to an...
#8/10 Women's Hockey Game...
The Friars are set to conclude the 2017 schedule with a Hockey East game against Boston University on Dec. 9. Puck drop is set for 2:00 p.m. at Schneider Arena.
Women's Basketball Game...
Providence will travel to Fairfield, Conn. to take on Sacred Heart in non-conference action on Saturday, Dec. 9 at 1:00 p.m.
Men's Basketball Game Notes ...