Chris DiSano

Malik Martin

Malik Martin To Be Part Of New-Era Rams Leadership

"Coach Miller told me he was going to trust me. He emphasized how much he wanted me and needed me -- and that was big for me."

Hard, Smart, Fast, Together – The Archie Miller Era Begins At Rhode Island

In reflecting on the single-minded response he wants his program to elicit in the minds of those who hear/see/read about Rhode Island basketball, he remarked that his program will be “free-flowing and unselfish, connected, and tough-minded.
URI Basketball

Setting The Table: Thoughts Heading Into The A-10 Tournament.

Rhode Island needs to somehow quickly marshal possession by possession awareness and clean up the poor offense undoing them in A-10 play.
Jalen Carey

Rhody’s Jalen Carey’s Positivity Is Infectious

A bright spot is the play of redshirt sophomore guard Jalen Carey who is exhibiting greater comfort and consistency as the season progresses.
Chanell Williams

Chanell Williams Wants To Be A Champion

A 5-5 sparkplug, Williams is averaging 8.5 points, 4.1 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game while shooting .890 from the charity stripe. A pace-changer, Williams exudes passion and purpose in all she does.
URI Mens Basketball

Inside The Numbers On URI’s Recent Slide

The loss is URI’s fourth straight and offered stretches of sloppy and uninspired play that have been common in recent games.
Jalen Carey

Opportunity Presents Itself With URI vs La Salle

With La Salle, Rhode Island must identify the hand of the day early, communicate, and allow no traction.
URI Basketball

What The Rams Will Face Vs. St. Joseph’s

It wouldn’t surprise me if they went up to the Ryan Center and ended up winning. It’s a confident team that that can beat anybody in this league.
Malik Martin

Malik Martin: “I’ve Changed A Lot From Last Year Mentally”

I learned that the A10 is a very good league and that any team in this league and any game in this league, 1 through 14, is going to be a battle.
Sebastian Thomas

Homegrown Ram Sebastian Thomas Proves He Belongs

The 6-1, 180-pound, Rhode Island native and former Bishop Hendricken star committed to the Rams this past June. Six months later he’s a stable rotation player.