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Providence New Athletic Facility
Ruane Friar Development Center. It will include a two court basketball practice facility, athletic department offices, an athletic training room, a new PC Basketball Hall of Fame, and a dining room.

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Very cool. A game changer indeed. Glad to see so many Big East schools pumping cash back into their basketball programs to help get them better and compete on a national level.
12-15-2015 07:19 PM
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RE: Providence New Athletic Facility
looking forward to seeing this in person. there is no questioning PC's commitment to athletics now.
Past few years renovated and remodeled mens BB arena, renovated remodeled womens BB, renovated and remodeled volleyball facility, renovated, remodeled expanded mens and womens hockey, new track and field complex, new mens/womens soccer and lax facility, new softball field , new tennis courts. Oldest will be the pool which had upgrades less than a decade ago
12-15-2015 09:24 PM
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