Haley Frade was named one of five Hockey East Top Scholar Athletes.
The Friars announced their seven team awards and honored their six graduating seniors.
Senior Haley Frade and graduate student Stephanie DeMars tallied goals for the Friars.
The Friars will play in a best-of-three series at BC.
Sophomore Lauren Klein scored her first goal of the season.
AT PROVIDENCE: 2014-15 ... Appeared in 29 games ... Finished the season with a 3.29 goals-against average and a .893 save percentage ... Played in 1584:56 minutes, making a total of 725 saves ... Recorded seven 30+ save games and two 40+ save games ... Earned Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on Nov. 17 after a 42-save performance versus Northeastern in a 4-1 win (Nov. 15) ... Named a Hockey East Top Performer four times (Nov. 24, Dec. 15, Jan. 12 and Jan. 19) ... Registered a career-high 44 saves against No. 1 Boston College on Jan. 30 ... Earned the team's Seventh Player award ... 2013-14 ... Appeared in two games for the Friars ... Collected 34 saves, including 16 in 20 minutes of play against 10th-ranked Mercyhurst (Oct. 12) ... Collected a career-high 18 saves against Connecticut (Nov. 10) ... Finished the season with a 2.63 goals-against average and a .919 save percentage ... 2012-13 ... Made four appearances and one start for the Friars ... Recorded an .812 save percentage and a goals against average of 3.57 ... Had her first collegiate win on Oct. 20 against UVM.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: USA Hockey Warren Strelow National Team Goaltending Camp participant ... Three-time invitee to National Team Development Camp ... Graduated from Park High School ... Earned five varsity letters in ice hockey, three in lacrosse and one in soccer ... All-State selection as a senior ... Senior Goalie of the Year Award Finalist ... Three-time All-Conference honoree ... Named Park High School Female Athlete of the Year ... Also played club hockey for the Minnesota Junior Whitecaps ... All-State Academic selection.
NAME: Allison Morse
FAMILY: Daughter of Steve and Pam Ott-Morse. Has one sister, Gabby, and one brother, Zakk.
Saves: 44 (vs. Boston College 1/30/15)
Career Shutouts: -
Goals Allowed: 5 (two times - last at Northeastern 11/16/14)
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