Every member of the junior and senior class was selected.
Five seniors were honored and the teams' seven awards were announced.
Cassidy Carels scored her 70th career point.
Lexi Romanchuk scored the lone Friar goal.
Cassidy Carels marked a five game point streak.
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: -
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Women’s Hockey Unveils...
Providence College women’s hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney announced today (June 13) the program’s 34-game schedule for 2017-18.
Christina Putigna Selected...
Providence College women’s hockey forward Christina Putigna (Grimsby, Ontario) has been selected to the Hockey Canada’s National Women’s...
Alanna Serviss '18 on the...
Alanna Serviss, the junior goalie for the Women's Ice Hockey team, was a guest on the college's podcast.
Women’s Ice Hockey...
It was announced today [April 24] by Providence College Athletics Director Bob Driscoll that women’s ice hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney has signed a...
Women's Hockey Holds End Of ...
The Providence College women’s hockey team held its annual year end awards banquet at Schneider Arena on April 23. The team honored its five graduating...
Whitney Dove Wins Hockey...
The Providence College women’s hockey team claimed two major Hockey East end-of-year awards and placed three on the Honorable Mention All Star Team....
Carels won the Sportsmanship Award and Dove was named to the Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team.
The Providence College women’s hockey team was defeated by the Vermont Catamounts, 5-2. Providence finishes the season with a 17-17-3 overall record...