The Friars announced their seven team awards and honored their six graduating seniors.
Seniors Haley Frade and Beth Hanrahan finish their careers with playing in every game.
The Friars will play in a best-of-three series at BC.
Sophomore Lauren Klein scored her first goal of the season.
The Friars host Vermont on Saturday (2:00 p.m.) and Sunday (2:00 p.m.) at Schneider Arena.
AT PROVIDENCE: 2014-15 ... Dressed in all 35 games on the year ... Ended the season with eight points on four goals and four assists ... Recorded a career-high two goals against UConn on Jan. 24 ... Finished the season tied for third all-time at PC in games played with 142 ... 2013-14 ... Dressed for all 35 games ... Collected nine points on a career-high six goals and three assists ... Recorded a career-high two-goal game against New Hampshire (Jan. 11) ... Tallied an unassisted shorthanded goal in the Friars' 4-3 win at Northeastern (Oct. 25) ... Seven of her points came in league action on five goals and two assists ... Was a Hockey East Weekly Top Performer (Jan. 13) ... 2012-13 ... Played in all 36 games ... Registered 10 points on three goals and seven assists ... Notched two multi-point games, both against Maine on Nov. 2 and Jan. 27 ... Tallied a career high three points against Maine on Jan.27 with one goal and two assists ... 2011-12 ... Played in 36 games...Accounted for four points on three goals and one assist ... Earned her first collegiate point with a goal at Vermont (10/21) ... Added an insurance score in the Friars' victory at #4 Boston College (2/4) ... Suited up for 20 conference games, recording three goals.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Graduated from Rosemount H.S. ... Earned five varsity letters in ice hockey ... Served as team captain as a junior and senior ... Registered 166 career points in 132 games ... Netted four goals in a game four times ... Two-time All-State Honorable Mention and three-time All-Conference selection ... Also played club hockey for the Minnesota Ice Cats ... Father Don Micheletti played for Coach Herb Brooks at the University of Minnesota, capturing a National Championship ... He tried out for the 1980 US Olympic Team and is 27th on the Gopher's all-time scoring list ... Uncle Pat Micheletti is second on the Gopher's all-time scoring list and played for the NHL's Minnesota North Stars ... Uncle Joe Micheletti played for the NHL's Edmonton Oilers and St. Louis Blues ... He is a television broadcaster for the New York Rangers and NBC ... Uncle's Andy and Jerry Micheletti also played division I college hockey, while Uncle Jim Micheletti played division I football.
NAME: Allison Micheletti
FAMILY: Daughter of Don and Lynn Micheletti.
Goals: 2 (two times - last vs. UConn 1/24/15)
Assists: 2 (vs. Maine 1/27/13)
Points: 3 (vs. Maine 1/27/13)
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