Baseball opens up home slate with a win, women’s basketball bows out of WNIT – This week in sports

Baseball opened their 2023 home slate with a season-first series sweep vs. Marist over the weekend. PHOTO CREDIT:

Women’s Basketball:

FINAL (3/23): URI 63-74 Harvard

URI women’s basketball closed out their most successful season in program history with a loss in the Super Sixteen of the Women’s National Invitational Tournament (WNIT) vs. Harvard on Thursday. For more on the game, visit Nathan Robillard’s recap. (page 12,


FINAL (3/24 – Game 1): URI 9 – 3 Marist

FINAL (3/24 – Game 2): URI 4 – 1 Marist

FINAL (3/25): URI 13 – 7 Marist 

FINAL (3/28): URI 8 – 7 Quinnipiac 

The Rams swept their home opening series vs. Marist over the weekend before defeating Quinnipiac on Tuesday. For more information on the home series, visit Sara Bernabucci’s recap (page 10, 


FINAL (3/25 – Game 1): URI 0 – 3 George Mason

FINAL (3/25 – Game 2): URI 1 – 0 George Mason

FINAL (3/26): URI 0 – 1 George Mason

FINAL (3/29): URI 4 – 1 Providence College

The Rams dropped two of three games in Fairfax, Virginia over the weekend after a series win against George Washington, before returning the the Ocean State with a midweek win over in-state rivals Providence College. For more on the George Mason series, visit Alexandra Shaw’s recap (page 11, 

Women’s Tennis:

FINAL (3/25): URI 4 – 1 Davidson

FINAL (3/26): URI 3 – 4 Sacred Heart University 

Rhody Tennis defeated Davidson in Newport on Saturday, breaking their seven match losing streak. The Rams then fell in a nailbiter to Sacred Heart University on Sunday, trying to win two matches in a row at home. 

Track and Field: 

RALEIGH RELAYS – Raleigh, North Carolina (3/23 – 3/25)

Men’s and Women’s track completed in the Raleigh Relays this weekend in North Carolina. For more on the meets, visit Sam Chozick’s recap (women’s) and Justin Theriault’s recap (mens). (


Vs. Princeton and Brown – Princeton, New Jersey (3/25)

Women’s rowing kicked off their season over the weekend, finishing last in the Varsity 8+, second Varsity 8+, Varsity 4+ A, and Varsity 4+ B/C races on Carnegie Lake on Saturday morning.