The Friars open up the second half of the season with a non-conference contest.
Senior Beth Hanrahan scored for the Friars.
Beth Hanrahan led the Friars in the first half of the season with eight goals and five assists.
Lacasse was in net for the 3-2 shootout win over Team USA, which was assisted by Friar Head Coach Bob Deraney.
Lacasse will be one of 23 players attending Canada's National Women's Team Fall Festival.
AT PROVIDENCE: 2011-12...Played for Team Canada in the 12 Nations' Tournament...Played in 31 games for Providence...Named a Hockey East Second Team All-Star...Named to Hockey East All-Tournament Team...Played over 179 minutes of tournament hockey without giving up a goal..Broke the Providence College record for career wins (64), career games-played (127) and career shutouts (20)...Added to own Providence College record for career saves (3,482)...Broke the Hockey East record for saves in a single tournament (127) and career tournament saves (267)..Finished career with a goals against average of 1.96 and a save percentage of .933...Contributed one assist at New Hampshire (2/12)...Selected to Providence College Tenth Anniversary Team...Named Hockey East Goalie of the Month for February...Earned Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on three occasions (1/30, 2/20, 2/27)...2010-11...Set the Providence College record for career saves (2,582) and saves in a season (948)...Set Hockey East Tournament game record with 58 saves (3/5)...Earned Hockey East Honorable Mention...Named Hockey East goaltender of the Month for October and January...Awarded Hockey East Player of the Week (1/24)...Named Defensive Player of the Week on four occasions (10/18, 11/1, 12/6, and 2/14)...Led Canadian Under-22 National Team to Gold Medal in MLP Cup in Kreuzlingen, Switzerland...Played in 32 games, recording career bests of .941 save percentage and 1.83 goals against average, 21 victories...contributed a career high five assists to the offense...2009-10... Started all 35 games for the Friars... Finished the season with a 15-11-9 record with a 2.14 goals against average and a .920 save percentage... Broke the single-season save record at PC with 878... Recorded two shutouts on the year (10/2/09 vs. Maine, 1/3/10 vs. Minn. St.)... Named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on three occasions (11/9/09, 1/4/10, 1/11/10)... Named Hockey East Goaltender of the Month for December... Named a Hockey East Second-Team All-Star... 35 games played ranked first all-time in a single season... 2.14 goals against average ranked sixth all-time in a single season... Finished her sophomore campaign ranked third all-time in saves (1,634) and games played (64)... Named Team MVP at the end-of-year banquet... Invited to Team Canada U-22 Camp in May... 2008-09... Appeared in 29 games as a freshman, including 28 starts... Posted a record of 15-11-1 to go along with a 1.94 GAA and a .933 save percentage... Recorded six shutouts on the season... Was named Hockey East Rookie of the Year and Goaltending Champion... Named a Hockey East Second-Team All-Star and a member of the Hockey East All-Rookie Team... Was named Mission Hockey Rookie of the Week on three occasions (11/17, 1/12, 1/26) and Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week on March 2... Named the Mission Hockey Rookie of the Month for November... Recorded an assist on the game-winning goal against Brown in the 14th annual Mayor's Cup, becoming the first goalie to do so since March of 2006... Her 756 saves and 1.94 GAA are both good for fourth-best on the single season list... Was invited to the Team Canada U-22 Camps in April and August.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Attended Lake Forest Academy for one year following a year at Marian High School... Earned varsity letters in cross country, soccer and track during high school... Was named assistant captain on the Lake Forest Academy hockey team... Was a member of Little Caesars for one year... Helped lead her team to a silver medal at the 2008 USA Hockey Nationals... Was an honor roll student at Marian High School.
PERSONAL: NAME: Genevieve Lacasse FAMILY: Daughter of Nathalie Saviolidis and Eric Lacasse. Has a brother Alexandre. MAJOR: Marketing
CAREER STATISTICS YEAR GP MINS SVS GA SV% GAA REC. 08-09 29 1670:28 756 54 .933 1.94 15-11-1 HE 17 1008:58 408 26 .940 1.55 11-5-0 09-10 35 2129:16 878 76 .920 2.14 15-11-9 HE 21 1279:50 494 43 .920 2.02 11-5-5 10-11 32 1930:13 948 59 .941 1.83 21-10-1 HE 18 1074:57 526 34 .939 1.90 11-6-1 11-12 31 1878:46 900 60 .938 1.92 13-16-2 HE 19 1140:02 499 35 .934 1.84 10-8-1
Total 127 7608:08 3482 249 .933 1.96 64-48-13 HE 75 4503:47 1927 138 .933 1.84 43-24-7
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