The Friars concluded the 2017-18 season with a 17-13-7 overall record.
The Friars topped the Huskies by a score of 4-0 on Friday night.
The #2 Friars and #7 Huskies clash in a best-of-three Hockey East quarterfinal series.
The Friars closed out the regular season with a 16-11-8 overall record and a 12-7-5 mark in Hockey East.
Ariane Julien tallied her first-career goal and Madison Myers recorded her 2,000th career save in the tie.
2016-17 ... Played in 32 games … Missed the final five games due to injury … Finished with the sixth most points on the team with 21 … Scored 10 goals and added 11 assists … tallied four multi-point games … Recorded a four-game point streak with five points … Registered a hat trick in the Mayor’s Cup game versus Brown (Nov. 26), making her a single game goals leader in a Mayor’s Cup game … Recorded one game-winning goal against RIT on Oct. 8.
2015-16 ... Played in all 36 games … Scored single-season high in goals (four), assists (six) and points (10) … Tallied a career-high two goals against Boston University (Jan. 24) and a career-high two assists against New Hampshire (Nov. 7) … Named a Hockey East Top Performer (Nov. 9).
2014-15 ... Played in 27 games in her rookie campaign ... Scored her first collegiate goal at Brown on Nov. 28 ... Recorded 29 shots on goal for the season ... Named a Hockey East Top Performer on Dec. 1.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Earned four varsity letters in hockey, cross country and one in track at Anoka High School ... In cross country, was named to the All-Conference team each of her four seasons, was awarded the team's Most Improved awardee and earned Rookie of the Year honors as well ... Was an All-Conference selection in hockey all four seasons with Anoka as well as an All-State selectee ... Collected 145 points in four seasons and captained her hockey team for two seasons ... Helped her team capture the conference championship and section runner-up ... All-State Academic cross country team member as well as an honor roll student.
NAME: Blair J. Parent
FAMILY: Daughter of Wendy and Brian Parent. Has two brothers, Boden and Austin, and two sisters, McKenna and Paige.
MAJOR: Health Policy and Management
Goals: 3 (vs. Brown 11/26/16)
Assists: 2 (two times - last vs RIT 1/11/16)
Points:3 (vs. Brown 11/26/16)
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