stand up to cancer activation

Rhode Island Medical Imaging (RIMI) recently served as the presenting sponsor to the 'Stand Up to Cancer' game vs. Seton Hall.  Through planning and preparation, RIMI was able to leverage several multimedia assets to maximize the evening.  Several doctors reported that "in many years with the company, this was the best RIMI event they have ever attended!"  Below are some ways that RIMI was able to take advantage of the special evening. 


Press Release- a press release was posted on to announce the strategic partnership

Social Media- leading up to the game, PSA's and videos from players to say who they Stand For in their battle against cancer.  Following the game fans were able to tweet in using the hashtag #PCSUTC and #RIMISUTC to say who they 'Stand For' 

Pregame- RIMI doctor's presented the game ball prior to the game starting 

Hospitality- RIMI guests hosted a private event upstairs in the Budweiser Club 

Tabling- an hour prior to the game and during the first half RIMI volunteers were strategically stationed throughout the concourse encouraging fans to fill out the 'Stand Up to Cancer' cards 

Survivor Recognition- two cancer survivor's were recognized in front of the sold out crowd 

Stand Up to Cancer Moment- everyone in the crowd was asked to stand and unite to recognize all of those that have and are currently battling cancer

Coventry Lumber
Extends with pfsp

Providence Friar Sports Properties is happy to announce the extension of our partnership with Coventry Lumber and Providence College Athletics for three more years!


The centerpiece component of Coventry Lumber's involvement – "Every Free Throw Counts" – will remain an integral give-back campaign during basketball season. Concurrent with the renewed three-year term, the women's team officially has been be added to the mix. For every successful free throw made by the men's or women's team at home, Coventry Lumber will continue to earmark $10 for Hope Hospice & Palliative Care Rhode Island, the second oldest hospice in the nation and most experienced hospice agency in the state. 

"We're proud to work alongside Coventry Lumber and truly appreciate their unbelievable support of the Friars, as well as Hope Hospice," Providence College Athletic Director Bob Driscoll said. "Now that our women's team will be involved with 'Every Free Throw Counts' the next three years, it will be exciting to see the overall funds that will be generated from the initiative for such an important care facility in our community."


The Finetco family of lumberyards, includes Coventry Lumber, E.L. Morse Lumber, Waterford Building Supply, West Haven Lumber and Welco. Each location is dedicated to providing quality building products and exceptional service to builders, contractors and retail customers throughout New England and New York.

Activation of the month | Fowl Shot

Chick-Fil-A Attleboro and Chick-Fil-A Seekonk are the presenting sponsors to the 'Fowl Shot' free throw promotion which includes the following: 


  • If the opposing team misses two free throws in a row in the 2nd half, everyone wins a free original chicken sandwich.
  • In order for fans to redeem their prize, they need to bring their ticket to the restaurant within a week after the two missed free throws happen in the game. 
  • Pregame and halftime public announcements
  • Social media posts notifying fans that the promotion is activated
  • Full takeover exposure during opposing team free throws in the 2nd half
    • Videoboard graphic
    • 60' LED
    • Baseline LED's
    • 10' Centercourt LED's

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Dave's MarketPlace | $50K Donation to Food Bank

Dave’s Fresh Marketplace, which got it's start when Dave Cesario opened a produce stand at Wildes Corner, is celebrating 50 years in business by donating $50,000 to the RI Community Food Bank.


Over the month of September, Dave’s hosted pop up 50th Anniversary video booths – where customers, family, friends, employees and vendors were invited to wish Dave a very Happy 50th Anniversary. With an overwhelming response of 4,880 people sharing community stories and well wishes, Dave donated $10 for every clip – rounding up to $50,000 to be donated.,147207

COX Communications Friar Features

Providence College Athletics has teamed up with Cox Communications to bring fans a new video series to their social media platforms. These features will highlight different stories around Friartown throughout the year. This aligns with Cox's tagline "Bringing Us Closer" as these videos bring the Providence College community together to celebrate their student athletes. This first feature dives into the story of how Freshman Field Hockey player Lisa McNamara found her career path during a recent mission trip to Africa. 

Duffy & Sweeney ltD. | U.S. News & World Report "Best Law Firms"

Duffy & Sweeney again was included in the “Best Law Firms” list compiled by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers for Rhode Island for 2020. The firm is newly recognized in the category of Securities/Capital Markets Law.


The U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on professional excellence with consistently impressive ratings from clients and peers.

men's basketball

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – The Providence College men's basketball team upset the No. 12 Villanova Wildcats, 58-54, on Saturday, Feb. 29 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. The Friars improve their record to 17-12 on the season and 10-6 in league play. The victory clinches a bye for the Friars in the BIG EAST Tourney (PC will open on Thursday). This marks the team's fifth consecutive win over a ranked opponent this season (5-4). The last time the Friars defeated the Wildcats in Philadelphia was on Jan. 24, 2016. Luwane Pipkins (Chicago, Ill.) led the squad with season high 27 points. He shot 7-13 from the field, 4-8 from three and 9-10 from the line.

men's hockey


PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The No. 19 Providence College men's hockey team defeated the No. 15 Maine Black Bears, 3-2, to secure key Hockey East points on Saturday night at Schneider Arena.

hobey baker

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Providence College sophomores Jack Dugan (Rochester, N.Y.) and Tyce Thompson (Milford, Conn.) have been nominated for the Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the top player in Division I men's hockey.



track and field

GENEVA, OHIO- The Providence College men's and women's indoor track teams competed in its second day of the BIG EAST Championship on Monday, Mar. 2 in Geneva, Ohio. Abbey Wheeler won the 3,000-meter event (9:25.32) to claim her second BIG EAST title. Wheeler was named Co-Most Outstanding Track Performer after first-place finishes in the 3,000-meter and 5,000-meter events.

swimming and diving

EAST MEADOW, N.Y.– The Providence College Friars competed in the 2020 BIG EAST Swimming and Diving Championships from Feb. 26-29 in East Meadow, N.Y. The Friars set 21 program records over the course of the four-day meet.

men's lacrosee

PROVIDENCE, R.I.- The Providence College men's lacrosse team defeated Brown in the Ocean State Cup, 13-12, in overtime on Feb. 29 at Stevenson-Pincince Field in Providence, R.I. Sean Leahey (Cranford, N.J.) scored the game-winning goal for the Friars in a man-up situation with 1:16 left in overtime to seal the victory. Providence has claimed the Ocean State Cup Champions for the second time in three years.  The Friars improved to 4-1 on the season and the Bears dropped to 2-2 on the year.

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