The Friars’ seven-game unbeaten streak was snapped on Saturday night.
The Friars extended their unbeaten streak to seven games with the win on Thursday.
Erik Foley and Vimal Sukumaran each tallied a pair of goals on Friday night.
The Friars will play two games as part of the 2017 Friendship Four in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
The Friars erased a four-goal deficit on Saturday to salvage a tie against the Warriors.
2016-17: Appeared in 30 games … totaled three goals and one assist … recorded 48 shots on goal … scored first collegiate goal against St. Lawrence (10/22) … also scored in back-to-back games at Notre Dame (2/18) and at UMass (2/24) … picked up first-career assist in Game 2 of the Hockey East Opening Round vs. UMass (3/4) … season-high six shots on goal vs. Maine (2/3) and at Notre Dame (2/18).
Goals: 1 (3 times - 2/24/17 at Massachusetts)
Assists: 1 (3/4/17 vs. Massachusetts)
Points: 1 (4 times - 3/4/17 vs. Massachusetts)
Point Streak: 2 games (2/18/17 - 2/24/17)
Goal Streak: 2 games (2/18/17 - 2/24/17)
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