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URI Athletics introduces the Alex and Ani Court at the Thomas M. Ryan Center

The University of Rhode Island Department of Athletics is proud to announce that, beginning with the 2013-14 season, its men's and women's basketball programs will be playing on a newly named and re-designed court - The Alex and Ani Court at the Thomas M. Ryan Center.

"We could not be more thrilled to unveil The Alex and Ani Court at the Thomas M. Ryan Center," said Director of Athletics Thorr Bjorn. "To have a Rhode Island-based, Inc. 500 company as highly respected as Alex and Ani buy into the marketing program of our new basketball court speaks volumes to the direction and excitement that is surrounding our program. The installation of this...


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