Seven other team awards were announced at the season-ending banquet on Friday night.
The duo also earned First Team Hockey East and All-New England accolades last month.
Head Coach Nate Leaman also earned the Bauer Hockey East Coach of the Year Award.
More than 300 student-athletes, coaches and staff members reflect on one of the most successful athletic campaigns in Friar history.
Gillies is the fifth goaltender in the history of Hockey East to earn multiple First Team honors.
2001-02 Played in all 38 games as a senior Finished second on squad in scoring with 15 goals and 23 points (38 points) Registered 11 multiple-point games Became 46th player in PC history to reach 100 career points by scoring his 14th goal of the season in a 3-3 tie with UMass Lowell (2/8)
2000-01 Saw action in all 40 games as a junior Earned Honorable Mention All-HOCKEY EAST honors Second on the team in scoring with 37 points (16 goals, 21 assists) Registered nine multiple-point games Recorded two hat tricks (1/13 vs. Iona and 2/17 at Boston University) Notched a career-high four points in a 5-5 tie against Boston University (2/17) Added two goals in a 5-3 win versus top-ranked Boston College (2/9)
1999-00 Saw action in 34 games as a sophomore Two-time HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week (11/29, 2/7) Earned HOCKEY EAST All-Rookie Team honors Third on the team in scoring with 29 points (14 goals, 15 assists) Registered eight multiple-point games Tied for the team lead in game-winning goals with four Notched three points in a 7-3 win against Denver (11/27) Recorded first collegiate goal in a 2-1 win versus Notre Dame (10/15) Added two goals, including the game winner, in a 3-1 win at Northeastern (11/19) Scored two goals, including the game winner, in a 4-3 overtime win at Merrimack (2/5)
BEFORE PROVIDENCE Played for the Des Moines Buccaneers of the USHL (1996-99) Captain of Des Moines (1998-99) Voted USHL Most Valuable Player (1998-99) Named USHL Top Forward (1998-99) Earned First Team All-USHL honors (1998-99) Led the USHL in points (103) and goals (46) and tied for league lead in assists (57) in 1998-99 Named MVP of the Clark Cup (1998-99) Leading scorer in 1999 Clark Cup Playoffs with 22 points Helped team win National Championship (1998) Helped team win Anderson and Clark Cups (1998, 1999) Three-time USHL All-Star (1997-1999) Graduated from Valley High School (1997)
PERSONAL NAME: Peter J. Fregoe BIRTHDATE: July 17, 1978 FAMILY: Son of Robert Fregoe and Bonnie Price; has one brother, R. Thomas MAJOR: Earned a BA in Management in 2002; Working on a Master's degree in Business Administration HOBBIES: Golf
YEAR GP G A PTS PEN-MIN PPG SHG GWG 1999-00 34 14 15 29 10-28 5 0 4 HE 20 10 5 15 4-16 2 0 3 2000-01 40 16 21 37 9-18 7 0 0 HE 24 11 12 23 6-12 5 0 0 2001-02 38 15 23 38 14-31 4 0 1 HE 24 10 14 24 10-23 2 0 0 TOTALS 112 45 59 104 33-77 16 0 5 HE 68 31 31 62 20-51 9 0 3
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