The Friars will be led by four individuals, including three seniors and one junior.
Four seniors were honored and the teams' seven awards were announced.
The trio attended Friday night's banquet at the Royal Sonesta in Boston, Mass.
The Friars concluded the 2017-18 season with a 17-13-7 overall record.
The #2 Friars and #7 Huskies clash in a best-of-three Hockey East quarterfinal series.
2016-17 ... Played in all 37 games … Finished with the second-most goals scored (11) and fourth in point production … Recorded 11 goals and 14 assists for 25 points … Recorded a five-game point streak with seven points (3-4-7) … Added four multi-point games … Recorded five points in back-to-back games (Jan. 29 and Feb. 3) on three goals and two assists … Finished the season with a three-game point streak, scoring three goals and two assists … Tied a single game career-high three points with two goals and one assist at Merrimack on Oct. 29 and with one goal and two assists in the Hockey East Quarterfinals against Vermont on Feb. 24 … Scored two game-winning goals … Recorded 10 power play points on five goals and five assists … Named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (Oct. 31) … Finished second in Hockey East defensive scoring … Named to the Hockey East Honorable Mention team.
2015-16 ... Played in 36 games … Recorded 12 points on seven goals and five assists … Scored the game-winning goal at New Hampshire on Nov. 22 … Scored a goal in both Hockey East Quarterfinal games at Northeastern (Feb. 26 & 27) … Added two power-play goals (Nov. 22 & Jan. 8) … Named a Hockey East Top Performer (Oct. 26).
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played for the Pembina Valley Female Hawks ... Spent the 2013-14 season as the assistant captain and the 2014-15 season as captain for the Valley Hawks ... Also captained the Bantam Hawks for one year ... Recorded 21 goals and 42 assists in 53 games played in 2014-15, which is her highest-career output ... Helped her team win the League Championship 2012-2014, the Western Championship in 2012 and the Esso Cup National Championship in 2012 ... Earned the Citizenship Award in 2013 and 2014, and made the honor roll 2012-14.
NAME: Kate C. Friesen
BIRTH DATE: April 24, 1997
FAMILY: Daughter of Lyndon and Sandy. Has one brother, Haydon
Goals: 2 (two times- last at Maine 1/29/17)
Assists: 2 (vs. RIT 10/8/16)
Points: 3 (two times- last at Maine 1/29/17)
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