29 Cassidy Carels
    Cassidy Carels


    Bruxelles, Manitoba

    High School:
    Pembina Valley Hawks & Canada U18 Team





    Providence College Holds Letter-Winners Society Induction Ceremony

    Ninety-seven Friar student-athletes earned their varsity jackets.


    Carels' Hat Trick Leads Providence to an 8-1 Win Over Maine

    Freshman Cassidy Carels had 3 goals in the win.


    2013-14: Dressed for all 35 of the Friars' games ... Led her class and ranked third on the team in scoring with 21 points on a team-best 14 goals and seven assists ... Her 14 goals rank her 25th all-time as a Providence freshman with 14 or more goals as a rookie ... Was tied for the team-lead in power-play goals with five ... With four power-play goals, was ranked tied for third in league action ... Registered her first collegiate point on her first career goal in her collegiate debut at Union (Oct. 4) ... Collected her first of four multi-point performances on Oct. 5 at Union with two goals, including the game-winner ... Tallied a career-high four-point game against ninth-ranked Boston University (Jan. 17) en route to being named Hockey East Rookie of the Week ... Was a three-time Hockey East Rookie of the Week (Oct. 7, Nov. 25 and Jan. 20) ... Earned Hockey East Weekly Top Performer Honors on three occasions (Nov. 11, Jan. 1 and Jan. 13) ... Was named to the Hockey East All-Rookie Team (March 5).

    BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Graduated from Westmount School Complex... In 214 career games with the Pembina Valley Hawks, Cassidy notched 161 goals and 132 assists for 293 career points... Won player of the game awards three times at the 2012 Esso Cup National Championship... Led her Midget AAA team to a National Championship in 2012... Earned a silver medal with Team Manitoba at the U18 Nationals in 2012... Captured gold at the 2013 World Championships with the U18 Canadian National Team.

    NAME: Cassidy Carels
    FAMILY: Daughter of Anthony and Marcie Carels. Has three brothers, Elijah, Jacob and Zander, and two sisters, Breanna and Gracie.
    MAJOR: Education.

    Career Highs
    Goals: 3 (vs. Maine 11/23/13)
    Assists: 2 (vs. Boston University 1/17/13)
    Points: 4 (vs. Boston University 1/17/13)