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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.
Makhi Mitchell

Providence Presents Substantial Hoops Test For URI

When the Rhode Island Rams and Providence Friars renew their rivalry on Saturday at 2pm, it will mark their first meeting since the Rams pushed aside Providence 75-61 on December 6, 2019
URI Basketball

Rams Must Regain Footing Vs. Georgia State – Here’s How

A date with the Georgia State Panthers awaits as the suddenly wobbly Rams look to regain footing and confidence.
Ishmael El-Amin

Rhody Men’s Hoops Fans Have A Lot To Be Thankful For

With Thanksgiving less than a week away, Rhode Island is off to a perfect start at 3-0
David Cox

Cox Lays Out Season Hopes, Strategies And Strengths

It’s now Cox’s team from top-to-bottom with no holdovers from the previous era. Blend that reality with increased experience and continuity across the roster – and a pandemic that appears to be softening – and there’s room for optimism in Kingston.
Todd Bozeman

Todd Bozeman Is Back In Kingston, Primed And Ready

Bozeman has carved out a successful career in college coaching. Beyond his obvious passion and connection to URI, he checks all the boxes one needs from a veteran assistant
Tammi Reiss

URI Women’s Hoops Coach Tammi Reiss Assesses Her ’21-’22 Recruits

(We want to) win the regular season and A-10 tournament and be in the field of 64. That’s our goal.