Providence College Podcast

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Summary

Doris Burke ’87, ’92G, & ’05Hon., a versatile basketball commentator, has covered the sport for ESPN since 1991. Her assignments include the NBA and men’s and women’s college basketball — both the regular season and the NCAA Championships. Burke joins the podcast to discuss her rise to the top of her profession and her methodical approach to success, as well as the NBA debut of Kris Dunn ‘16.
We are re-airing this episode in light of Burke’s recent accomplishments. She was lauded by nearly every sports media outlet for her coverage of the NBA Finals, named a 2017 Women in Sports and Events (WISE) Woman of the Year, and appointed to the Providence College Board of Trustees.

Show Notes

Doris Burke ’87, ’92G, & ’05Hon., a versatile basketball commentator, has covered the sport for ESPN since 1991. Her assignments include the NBA and men’s and women’s college basketball — both the regular season and the NCAA Championships. Burke joins the podcast to discuss her rise to the top of her profession and her methodical approach to success, as well as the NBA debut of Kris Dunn ‘16. We are re-airing this episode in light of Burke’s recent accomplishments. She was lauded by nearly every sports media outlet for her coverage of the NBA Finals, named a 2017 Women in Sports and Events (WISE) Woman of the Year, and appointed to the Providence College Board of Trustees.

What is Providence College Podcast?

The Providence College Podcast features interviews with interesting members of the Friar Family. These in-depth conversations with PC students, Dominicans, faculty, staff, and alumni provide a rich look into the lives of noteworthy Friars. Occasionally we will also bring you on-campus lectures and presentations. Go Friars!