The URI seniors and team captains earned 1st team All Atlantic-10 honors while helping the Rams take home their 3rd conference title in the last four seasons.
The Central senior was a standout on the football field for the Knights, and has taken his talents to the next level in track and field.
The URI senior and Warwick native leads A-10 starting pitchers with an ERA of 1.56, striking out 67 batters in 81 innings pitched.
The state’s reigning Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year is hitting .400 for the Avengers, while going 3-0 on the mound with an ERA of 0.61 and two saves.
The softball ace is the reigning Gatorade Player of the Year and a three-time All-Stater who helped the Lions take home their first-ever softball crown in last
A birth defect caused his left arm to not fully develop, but that doesn't stop him from hitting the Lincoln YMCA basketball court to play his favorite sport.
Standout athletes in soccer, volleyball and basketball, the pair this year created Exeter-West Greenwich High School's first ever "unified team".
The 14-year old South County Y swimmer finished 2nd in the 100M Breaststroke at the New England Y championships, in a personal best time of 1:08:81.
The 27-year-old Pawtucket native won Ms. Fitness USA.
The Johnston native has chipped in with 6 goals and 4 assists in his first season on the ice for the PC Friars, while also dishing out plenty of big hits.
The 6'8" Brown freshman led the Ivy League in blocked shots and finished second, by one rebound, to teammate Rafael Maia.
The 18-year-old RI School for the Deaf basketball star is working towards her dream of becoming a police officer.
The weight thrower took home his first state crown at last week's State Meet, topping the competition by almost 4 feet.
From New Bedford High to CCRI, the former Whalers hoops star is reaching new heights.
The point guard helped lead his team to their seventh Division One state crown as a sophomore and has scored over 1,500 points in his high school career.
The Cranston West grad teamed with her partner Simon Shnapir to take home the pairs Gold at the US National Championships.