The Friars tied the Tigers, 2-2, for the second consecutive day.
The Friars picked up their first tie of the season.
The Friars are 46-10-4 all-time against Princeton
Blair Parent scored the Friars' lone goal in her 100th career game.
The Friars move to 3-0 after Friday night's victory.
2016-17 ... Played in all 37 games … Finished with the fifth-most points on the team … Added 10 goals and 13 assists for 23 points … Recorded three game-winning goals … Added five multi-point games including … Tied the single-game points record (4) in a Mayor’s Cup game and set the single-game assists record with four on Nov. 26 at Brown … Recorded five power play points … Scored two short-handed goals … Scored two goals, including the game-winner in the first game of the Hockey East Quarterfinals (Feb. 24) against Vermont … Was Awarded the team’s Seventh Player Award.2015-16 ... Played in all 36 games … Recorded 13 points on 12 assists and one goal … Scored her first collegiate goal against RIT on Jan. 8 … Notched her first career point in a two assist effort against Merrimack on Dec. 11 … Registered a career-high two points three times, against Merrimack (Dec. 11), at Merrimack (Feb. 13) and at Northeastern (Feb. 26) … Named the team’s Most Improved Player.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played one year of high school hockey at Thomas A. Blakelock High School and led the team to the Halton District Championship ... Also played hockey for the Oakville Jr. Hornets, co-captaining the team in the 2014-15 season ... Recorded 13 goals and 17 assists on the 2014-15 season while helping her team to the most games played without a loss in program history ... Also guided the team to a PWHL bronze medal and an Intermediate AA Provincial Championship ... Finished the 2013-14 season with 11 goals and 12 assists ... Also won the State Wars Gold Medal for roller hockey with Team Ontario in 2010.
NAME: Cassidy L. MacPherson
BIRTH DATE: September 23, 1997
FAMILY: Daughter of Donald and Barbara
MAJOR: Health Policy Management
Goals: 2 (vs. RIT 10/7/16)
Assists: 4 (vs. Brown 11/26/16)
Points: 4 (vs. Brown 11/26/16)
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