Locker Room Naming Opportunities
Ever dreamed of having your name on a locker? Now you can! Various sport locker rooms have undergone major renovations over the past several years including our Men’s & Women’s Basketball, Men’s & Women’s Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Softball, Volleyball & Field Hockey programs.
You can sponsor a locker for the following prices which are 100% tax deductible gifts.
Contact the Athletic Development Office for more information or any questions!
|Men’s Basketball||$25,000 Payable over 5 years|
|Men’s Ice Hockey||$25,000 Payable over 5 years|
|Lacrosse||$25,000 Payable over 5 years|
|Women’s Ice Hockey||$5,000 Payable over 5 years|
|Women’s Basketball||$5,000 Payable over 5 years|
|Softball||$1,000 Payable over 2 years|
|Volleyball||$1,000 Payable over 2 years|
|Field Hockey||$1,000 Payable over 2 years|
|Tennis||$1,000 Payable over 2 years|
|Women’s Soccer||$1,000 Payable over 2 years|
|Men’s Soccer||$5,000 Payable over 5 years|
Seat Naming Opportunity in Alumni Hall & Schneider Arena
Leave a legacy by naming a seat in Alumni Hall or Schneider Arena.
Multiple names can be put on a plaque so you can join together with your former teammates or family members!
$1,000 (payable over 2 years) = $41.67 monthly!
|In honor or in memory of a teammate, parent or loved one|
|In honor of your son or daughter|
|In honor of the 1987 Men's Basketball Final Four Team|
|In honor of the 1990 Women's Basketball BIG EAST Championship Team|
|In honor of the 1996 Hockey East Championship Men's Ice Hockey Team|
|In honor of the 2003 Hockey East Championship Women's Ice Hockey Team|
For additional information, please contact Harold Starks at 401-865-2860.
Schneider Arena Naming Opportunities
Opened in 1973, Schneider Arena recently underwent a massive $13 million renovation projected that culminated in a grand opening on September 27, 2013.
The eight-month renovation projected turned Schneider into one of the finest on campus facilities in the country. The renovation project included a 30,000 square foot addition. Highlights of the addition and renovation include a new atrium, ticket office, concession stands, coaches’ offices, shooting room, locker rooms, meeting rooms, athletic training room, press box, five luxury suites, dasher boards, glass video boards, video ribbon boards, scoreboard, strength and conditioning facility and renovated Leary Friends of Friar Hockey room. It serves the needs of the men’s’ and women’s ice hockey programs, the men’s lacrosse program and various other club teams and intramural programs.
PEOPLE OFTEN ASKED COACH NATE LEAMAN what drew him to Providence College in 2011. His answer was simple – the program’s rich history and tradition of excellence.
Four years later, Coach Leaman’s team set a new standard in the most emphatic way possible – by winning the NCAA Championship. It was a glorious achievement, built on the foundation of generations of great players and coaches who have worn the black and white.
Those traditions are also embodied in everything associated with Coach Bob Deraney’s women’s program, a national powerhouse for decades. Coach Deraney continues to build on the excellence exemplified by Friar greats like Cammi Granato and Genevieve Lacasse.
Despite the success, the coaches and players continue to work hard – in pursuit of more championships. In a similar way, those who believe in the future of Friar hockey must commit to making the renovated and much-improved Schneider Arena even better. Coach Leaman and his team realized the
unlimited potential of Friar hockey, and now is the time to help ensure continued excellence at the highest level.
Your support will:
- Add to the student-athlete experience by making Schneider Arena one of the premier developmental facilities in the nation;
- Improve the fan experience through better concessions, seating (including suites), and parking;
- Create a facility that celebrates the incredible traditions associated with Friar hockey.
Hockey East is the top conference in the country, in both the men’s and women’s games. The Friars are working hard to keep pace with their Hockey East rivals while firmly staking their claim among the nation’s best, most consistently excellent programs.
Your support will help PC hockey maintain elite status for years to come. Contact Joe Hulbig at email@example.com or 401.865.1171 to give now.
"I promised myself that someday I would DONATE THE MONEY I RECEIVED FROM MY SCHOLARSHIP while attending Providence College back to the hockey program that laid the foundation for success in my life and career.”
— John S. Ferguson '89, executive director for player personnel, Boston Bruins
Gifts payable over a 5-year term.
|Ice Surface - Pending||$1M|
|Main Concourse Entryway - Pending||$500,000|
|Club Ice Hockey Locker Room||$500,000|
|Outside Entrance Courtyard||$250,000|
|Sports Medicine Room||$150,000|
|Press Box Area||$150,000|
|Players' Bench||$100,000 each|
|Individual Luxury Suite (6) - 5 Remain||$100,000 each|
|Head Coach’s Office - Pending||$100,000|
|Assistant Coach’s Office||$50,000|
|Main Office Reception Area||$50,000|
|Coaches’ Changing/Locker Room||$50,000|
|Summer School Program
(allows freshmen to take class and be on campus)
|Summer School Program
(fund 1 freshman for 5 years)
|Main Locker Room||$500,000|
|Weight Room Facility||$250,000|
|Shooting/Stick Handling Room - Pending||$150,000|
|Players' Lounge Area||$100,000|
|Equipment Room - Reserved||$50,000|
|Individual Player Stalls - 14 Remain||$25,000 each|
For additional information, please contact Joe Hulbig at 401-865-1171.
Ray Treacy Track & Field Complex
Dedicated on April 11, 2014, the Ray Treacy Track is located on Hendricken Field and serves as the primary training facility for the PC men’s and women’s cross country and track and field teams.
The new complex has a six-lane track with eight-lane straightaways, surrounding a turf field. The turf field is used for intramural sports and varsity athletic practices. The complex has seating for more than 200 fans as well as a press box and scoreboard. The track officially opened in 2013.
On April 16, 2016, Providence College Athletics officially dedicated Glay Field, the new state-of-the-art facility and home to the softball program.
The field features a state-of-the-art synthetic playing surface, clay pitcher's mound, lighting, stadium-style seating for 300+ spectators, including 115 chair-back seats behind home plate, heated press box, heated dugouts and bathroom facilities, double-mound bull pen and batting cage, enhanced media/film capability, game info and player development software, and a storage facility for team/player equipment.
We will continue to offer seat back chairs and field naming opportunities until they are sold out.
|Chairbacks||$1,000 (31 SOLD)|
|Cubbies||$500 (20 SOLD-2 LEFT!)|
Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium
On April 23, 2016, Providence College Athletics officially dedicated Chapey Field at Anderson Stadium, the new state-of-the-art facility for the men’s and women’s soccer and men’s lacrosse teams.
The stadium features seating for more than 1,500 fans, chair back seats, a new press box, and two luxury boxes for entertainment. In addition, the stadium also has new locker rooms for home and visiting teams and a 13HD Daktronics video board.
All gifts payable over 5 years with the exception of the seat back chairs.
|Chairbacks||$1,000 Payable over 2 years|
For additional information, please contact Kevin Connolly at 401-865-1090.
On June 4, 2016, Providence College Athletics officially dedicated the new Friar Tennis Courts, home to the women’s tennis team.
Situated on top of a two deck parking garage, The NCAA training and tournament facility features six cement courts with non-cracking fiber coating and spectator seating for 100 plus. Musco lighting allows for night time matches and luxury boxes are available to use for entertainment from the Anderson Stadium access walkway.
All naming opportunities below are for the lifetime of the facility.
|Individual Court (1)||$25,000|
|Players Bench||$15,000 each bench|
|Equipment Room||$10,000 each|
|Player Locker Room Plaque||$1,000 ($41.67/month)|
Any donation of $100 and above towards this project will be recognized on our wall of support at the new facility.