Brendan McGair

Ben Brutti

SK’s Ben Brutti And Colin Masseur Find Success Through Trust

"Doing it over and over again, we were both getting comfortable each time to the point where I wouldn’t want someone else catching me,” said Brutti.
Jeremy Pena

Classical Alum Jeremy Pena’s Major League Success Rooted In RI

“We text a few times a week,” said former Classical baseball head coach Ken Wnuk. “I’m proud to see him in pro baseball. He worked hard at it.”
Wilcar Moreno

There Was Nothing But Success In Wilcar Moreno’s Future

“His strength was fitting in. With that smile and that personality, he was the life of the party. You couldn’t help but love the kid,” said Guglielmo.
Grace Dobrzynski

Grace Dobrzynski’s Living Her Five Year Old Self’s Dream

Grace Dobrzynski is a West Greenwich native who has been in the cradle of the lacrosse world since she was five.
Thomas Pannone

Pitching At Polar Park Is Truly A Family Affair For Thomas Pannone

Pannone took the ball before an estimated 100 family members and friends – a strong show of support that spoke volumes of just how tight the bond is between the player and a seemingly endless drove of well-wishers and supporters.
Thomas Pannone

WooSox Thomas Pannone Is Far From Done

“Being a kid from Rhode Island, being presented with an opportunity to play for the Red Sox, I couldn’t turn that down,” said Pannone.

In The End, Friars Gifted Fans With A Season To Savor

For a brief stretch Friday night, it appeared this sweet March Madness ride for the Providence Friars was poised to add another memorable chapter.
Kevin Kurbec

PC’s Kevin Kurbec Knows “Seasons Like This Don’t Come Around Very Often”

“For me, it’s been 21 of the last 24 years,” Kurbec said. “You invest so much … the sacrifices you make. Something like this is special. It means a lot.
Providence College

Friars On Their Way To The Sweet 16

PC whipped Richmond, 79-51, inside KeyBank Center. The March Madness mission rolls on next Friday in Chicago with one of college basketball’s true blueblood programs – Kansas

Brendan McGair: Ed Cooley’s Bench Was Key For Friars

Under the bright NCAA Tournament lights here at KeyBank Center, the Providence Friars had Irish eyes smiling on them on St. Patrick’s Day after turning away South Dakota State, 66-57.