Providence College soaring to new heights after basketball success

PROVIDENCE COLLEGE, according to president Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard, said the success of the men's basketball team may have influenced more students to attend PC this year. Pictured from left are now former PC players Justin Minaya, Al Durham, Noah Horchler and Nate Watson after defeating the University of Richmond March 19 in the NCAA Tournament's second round. / AP FILE PHOTO/FRANK FRANKLIN II
PROVIDENCE COLLEGE, according to president Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard, said the success of the men's basketball team may have influenced more students to attend PC this year. Pictured from left are now former PC players Justin Minaya, Al Durham, Noah Horchler and Nate Watson after defeating the University of Richmond March 19 in the NCAA Tournament's second round. / AP FILE PHOTO/FRANK FRANKLIN II
PROVIDENCE – On a recent trip to Rome, Providence College President The Rev. Kenneth R. Sicard was donning a Friars athletics T-shirt as he was walking around the historic Italian city. Even while overseas and an ocean away from campus, it didn’t take long for others to recognize who he was and what he represented.…

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