Friday, January 4, 2013
In a miserable offensive game for both teams, the Rams are a bit less worse than the Bears, and win 59-47.
KINGSTON – The University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team awoke from a deep shooting slump just enough in the second half to pull away from the Brown Bears, 59-47, on Friday night. Xavier Munford scored 14 of his 18 in the second half, finishing with the team and game-high. The Bears fouled liberally down the stretch, which allowed Rhody guard Mike Powell to finish with 16 points, 9-of-12 from the line. The teams crawled out to a 21-14 football score at the half, with URI (5-8) holding the advantage. Except for a brief stretch in the second half that Munford dominated, and the final three minutes as Brown (4-8) gave fouls, neither team got into much of a rhythm. At the half, Brown was shooting 25 percent from the field. This dipped …
The Brown Bears have a rare chance at the Governor’s Cup, if they can upset the Rams on Friday night.
After a surprising upset of Providence College, the Brown University Bears have a chance at the Governor’s Cup in men’s basketball for the first time since 2006. Standing in their way will be the University of Rhode Island men’s basketball team, as the Rams look to avoid being upset like the Friars were last week. The game is at 7 p.m. at the Ryan Center. Last Friday, the Bears shocked the Friars 69-68 at home with a 3-pointer from Tucker Halpren with 7.3 seconds left. For a recap from Brown Athletics, click here. The game was the first since 1982 between the Friars and Brown at a true home site for the Bears. Last Friday’s game was played at the Pizzitola Sports Center, as opposed to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Following the game with …
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
The Greater Providence Youth Hockey Association is sponsoring a blood drive in honor of the late Carl Andreozzi of Barrington on Saturday, Aug. 25, at Brown University.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
A blood drive in memory of Carl Andreozzi of Barrington will be held Saturday morning at Brown University. "Coach Carl, as he was known, was a resident of Barrington up until his death two years ago, and his mother, wife and children still reside in town," said Kate Garabedian of Prince's Hill Avenue. "He was a hockey coach and on the board of directors at the Greater Providence Youth Hockey Association, and we are hosting a blood drive in his honor at Meehan Auditorium from 8 am to 1 pm," she said. "There are many residents from Barrington that skate at Meehan Auditorium," she said. "Several local businesses, including Barrington Radio and Electric, are advertising this event for us." "Coach Carl was not only a loving husband and …