Haley Frade was named one of five Hockey East Top Scholar Athletes.
The Friars announced their seven team awards and honored their six graduating seniors.
Hanrahan is the second straight Friar to earn the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award.
Seniors Haley Frade and Beth Hanrahan finish their careers with playing in every game.
Senior Haley Frade and graduate student Stephanie DeMars tallied goals for the Friars.
AT PROVIDENCE: 2014-15 ... Dressed in all 35 games and led the Friars in assists with 16 ... Had nine goals on the year to go with her 16 assists to finish second on the team in points with 25 ... Was named Hockey East Top Performer twice (Feb. 9 and Feb. 23) ... Scored in three straight games, vs. Boston College (Jan. 30), at Vermont (Feb. 1) and at Northeastern (Feb. 6) ... Recorded seven multi-point games on the season ... Finished the season tied for first all-time at PC in games played with 143 ... Earned the team's Coaches Award and the Academic Award (3.74 GPA) ... 2013-14 ... Dressed for all 35 games ... Recorded a team-best 25 points on seven goals and a team-high 18 assists ... Notched six points (2-4-6) against ranked opponents ... Ranked third on the team in goals (7) and shots (96) ... Twenty-one of her points came in league action on six goals and 15 assists ... Led the team in power-play points on two goals and eight assists ... Tallied seven multi-point games, including three three-point performances ... Six of those multi-point games came against Hockey East opponents ... Collected a career-high three assists in the Friars' 4-3 win over ninth-ranked Boston University (Jan. 17) ... Notched 11 points in a 10-game span (4-7-11) from Oct. 25 to Nov. 24 ... Tallied the game-winning goal over 10th-ranked Mercyhurst (Oct. 13) ... Was a two-time Hockey East Weekly Top Performer (Jan. 20 and Feb. 17) ... Earned the Hockey East Sportsmanship Award (March 5), as she finished the season with three penalties including one in conference play ... Inducted into Providence College's Chi Alpha Sigma organization for maintaining at least a 3.4 grade-point average throughout her junior year ... 2012-13 ... Played in all 36 games for the Friars ... Registered 31 points on 13 goals and 18 assists ... Finished second on the team in points and assists and fourth in goals ... Recorded nine multi-point games and notched eight points against ranked opponents ... Was second on the team with five power play goals ... Helped the Friars in their 5-4 overtime comeback win at UNH in the Hockey East quarterfinal round with two assists ... 2011-12 ... Played in all 37 games ... Registered 12 points on four goals and eight assists to lead the freshman class ... Scored her first collegiate goal, Providence's first goal of the season, at Bemidji State (10/1) ... Tallied her first, multi-point game with a goal and an assist in the Hockey East Quarterfinal against Maine (2/25) ... Scored the game-winning goal in the Hockey East semifinal against #7 Northeastern (3/3) ... Finished the season with a rating of +1 ... Played in 21 conference games with five points on a goal and four assists.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Graduated from Tabor Academy...Earned 11 varsity letters, including four in ice hockey, four in field hockey and three in softball ... Captained both ice hockey and softball teams ...Registered 143 points during her hockey career and led the team in goals scored from '07 to `11 ... Twice named NE Prep School First Team honoree ... Four-time attendee of the National Hockey Player Development Camps ... Also played four years of club hockey with the Massachusetts Spitfires ... Named Boston Globe Softball All-Scholastic.
NAME: Haley Frade
FAMILY: Daughter of Bob and Lynne Frade. Has two brothers, Joey and Ben.
Goals: 2 (two times - last at Connecticut 11/10/13)
Assists: 3 (vs. Boston University 1/17/13)
Points: 3 (four times - last vs. Boston University 1/17/13)
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