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McCarthy ’12, Lacasse ’12 Shatter School Athletics Records

Providence, R.I. — Two Providence College student-athletes set school records — and in one case, a New England mark — on the weekend of January 28-29.

Competing in the Terrier Invitational in Boston, David McCarthy ’12 (Waterford, Ireland) established school and New England collegiate records in the mile run with a time of 3:55.75, breaking an 18-year mark in both cases.

Meanwhile, women’s ice hockey goaltender Genevieve Lacasse ’12 (Kingston, Ontario) notched her 59th career victory in net for the Friars in their 5-2 victory at the University of Connecticut. In doing so, she surpassed the school record that had stood since 2007.

For more on the McCarthy record, click on this link.

For more on the Lacasse milestone, click here.



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