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RI's Top Athletes

Welcome to Faces in the RI Crowd - RI Athletes that Make a Difference

Josh Morris

Providence, RI :: Football


In the first big showdown of D-I football. Morris ran wild and made a big statement why this junior is an early player of the year candidate. He ran 3 touchdowns, (21 run, 38 run, 78 kickoff return)

Photo Credit: FB

Cumberland Little League

Cumberland :: Baseball

Cumberland team made Rhode Island proud winning the New England Championship. Stephen Dugas, Jacob Glod, Matthew Murphy, Christopher Wright, Ryan McCormick, James Belisle, Austin Cabral (back) Coach Matt Wright, Connor Mastin, Max Hanuschak, Conor Lavallee, Colin Cannata, Cameron Rosa, Thomas Faltus, Manager David Belisle, Coach Chris Glod 

Photo Credit: Little League

Teddy Fenton

Woonsocket, RI :: Lacrosse


The Tri-State tournament features the best elite clubs in the US. And, the Laxachusetts 8th Grade Team went on a run this past weekend in Princeton, NJ. Teddy Fenton, a rising freshman at Mount Saint Charles had 12 goals and 15 assists in leading his team to the championship game.

His overtime assist in the semi-final sent Laxachusetts into the finals.  

Photo Credit: Laxachusetts

Stephanie Santos

Warwick, RI :: Soccer

Stephanie Santos scored her second goal of the season and it proved to be the gamewinner. The senior from Warwick, R.I. (Toll Gate High School) took a pass in the 39th minute. Santos converted the pass on a nifty left-to-right shot from about 15 yards out. This was Santos 12th career goal and 26th point of her URI career.

Photo Credit: URI Athletics

Jordan Burke

Washington, DC Attended Brown :: Lacrosse

Jordan Burke led the Boston Cannons to Major League Lacrosse's first championship in Maryland. He was named MVP of the Championship game. When Burke played at Brown he was Ivy League Player-of-the-Year both his Junior and Senior Year.

Photo Credit: Major League Lacrosse

Ricky Ledo

Providence, RI :: Basketball

The 6'6" shooting guard will commit to Providence College on Thursday. He is the 22nd highest recruit in the US, according to ESPN. It may be the highest ranking ever for a Rhode Island player. 

Photo Credit: GoLocalProv

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