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Friars To Unveil New Court

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

 

These are exciting times for Providence College men's basketball fans.  Coming off of a strong showing in last year's NIT, Friars head coach Ed Cooley is set to add some new and talented players to his roster in the form of both transfers and incoming freshman.  

The Friars are also set to begin play in the brand spanking new basketball-only Big East Conference which is a return to a time more than 30 years ago when the influence of big time college football had no impact whatsoever on the conference.

We also now have evidence that PC will be sporting a new look with the Dave Gavitt Court they play on inside the Dunkin' Donuts Center downtown.  Gone is the predominant color of black all the way around the floor.  It has been replaced with silver or gray  which is now accented with black.  It is a sharp new look for the start of what PC fans hope will be an exciting new era of basketball for the tradition-rich program.

 

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