RHODE ISLAND VOLLEYBALL

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RHODE ISLAND STATE FACTS

    Capital: Providence
    Motto: Hope
    Nickname: The Ocean State
    Origin of name: From the Greek Island of Rhodes
    Ten largest cities (1994): 
                               Providence, 150,639; 
                               Warwick, 86,006;
                               Cranston, 77,323; 
                               Pawtucket, 69,002; 
                               East Providence, 50,059;
                               Woonsocket, 40,752; 
                               Newport, 24,214; 
                               Central Falls, 15,210
    Land area (rank): 1,045 sq mi. (2,706 sq km) (50)
    Geographic center: In Kent Co., 1 mi. SSW of Compton
    Number of counties: 5
    Largest county (1995 pop. est.): Providence, 580,015
    1997 resident population est.: 987,429
    1990 resident census population (rank): 1,003,464 (43). 
    Male: 481,496; Female: 521,968.
    White: 917,375 (91.4%); Hispanic: 45,752 (4.6%); Black: 38,861 (3.9%); Asian or Pacific Islander: 18,325 (1.8%); American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut: 4,071 (0.4%); Other race: 24,832 (2.5%).
    1990 percent population under 18: 22.5; 65 and over: 15.0; median age: 34.
    

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    In in 1996-1997 school year, 40 high schools fielded girls teams with 914 girls representing those schools.

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                  Building #6, Rhode Island College Campus
                  600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
                  Providence, RI 02908-1991
                  401-272-9844
                  401.272.9838 - FAX
      

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