The Friars visit Union on Friday, Sept. 29 at 6:00 p.m. and host Vermont on Sunday, Oct. 1 at 2:00 p.m.
The Friars host the Voyageurs on Sept. 23 at 2:00 p.m.
Hockey East Announced the 123-member All-Academic Team on Wednesday.
Student-athletes, coaches and staff members celebrate another successful year in Friartown.
Five seniors were honored and the teams' seven awards were announced.
2016-17 ... Played in 35 games … Led the team in points with 37 … Led the team in goals with 18 … Led the team in assists with 19 … Served as a co-captain … The first Friar to record more than 35 points since the 2005-06 season … Started the season with a 10-game point streak, amassing 13 points … Recorded nine multi-point games … Tallied a team-high nine power play points … Added a team-high four shorthanded points on one goal and three assists … Recorded a team-high +14 rating … Finished the season with a four-game point streak, adding five assists … Scored her 100th point with an assist at Northeastern on Feb. 3 … Won the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award … Named to the Hockey East Honorable Mention … Recipient of the team’s Captains Award … Won the team Academic Award with a 3.92 … Named the team’s Most Valuable Player … Named the RIAIAW winner.
2015-16 ... Played in all 36 games … Led the team in scoring and assists with a season-high 29 points on nine goals and 20 assists … Tied her career-high with four points against Brown on Nov. 28 … Registered a five-game point streak … Scored two game winning goals, against Brown (Nov. 28) and Maine (Jan. 31) … Named a Hockey East Top Performer (Nov. 30) … Member of Chi Alpha Sigma.
2014-15 ... Dressed for all 35 games ... Ranked second on the team in assists with 14 ... Finished third on the team in points with 21 on seven goals and 14 assists ... Led the Friars in points against No. 1 Boston College (3), on one goal and two assists ... Had four multi-point games, including one three-point performance ... Was named a Hockey East Top Performer twice (Nov. 17 and Feb. 2) ... Had 14 blocks on the season ... Tied her career-high two assists three times (Oct. 24, Nov. 9 and Jan. 11) ... Scored the game-winning goal versus Brown on Nov. 29.
2013-14 ... Dressed for all 35 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 ... Was tied for the team-lead in power-play goals with five ... With four power-play goals, 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: Elementary/Special Education.
Goals: 3 (vs Maine 11/23/13)
Assists: 2 (five times - last vs Brown 11/28/15)
Points: 4 (two times - last vs Brown 11/28/15)
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