BRISTOL, R.I. – With four teams – women’s soccer, men’s and women’s rugby, women’s volleyball – competing for national championships and an individual cross country runner participating in a fifth, the fall athletics season at Roger Williams University is already the most successful in the program’s history.
And with more national championship action scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, there is the potential for the list of victories to grow even further.
“The student-athletes and coaches have been working incredibly hard for months, and all of that is paying off by them reaching the ultimate goal – the national championship in their respective sport,” says Dave Kemmy, director of athletics.
Kemmy says that student-athletes across the Athletics program are sharing in this success, noting huge crowds at women’s soccer and rugby competitions this fall.
Judging for the Feinstein Center's annual Turkey Basket competition begins promptly at 4 p.m. and snacks will be provided to spread the holiday spirit. The contest helps those less fortunate in our community by providing Bristol/Warren families with complete holiday meals. All baskets will be donated to the East Bay Food Pantry, which has over 2,000 clients and is constantly growing. Prizes will awarded to the baskets based on: Quality, Quantity, & Creativity. All winners will receive a $75 restaurant gift card.