Seniors Brooke Simpson and Haley Frade each scored in the loss.
The Friars host the Bulldogs on Friday night (7:00 p.m.) and then travel to Yale on Saturday (7:00 p.m.).
Freshman Brooke Boquist and senior Haley Frade each had two assists.
Junior Allie Morse recorded 27 saves for the Friars in their opening game of the season.
The Friars will be competing against the Montreal Stars of the CWHL.
AT PROVIDENCE: 2013-14 ... Played in all 35 games for the Friars ... Led the Friars' defensive core in scoring with a career-best 17 points on four goals and 13 assists ... Tied for the team-lead in game-winning goals with three ... Notched the overtime game-winning goal against RPI (1/5) for her third point of the game ... Was named Hockey East Player of the Week (Jan. 6) for her efforts against RPI ... Earned Hockey East Weekly Top-Performer honors for her game-winning goal in Providence's 1-0 win over Connecticut (1/26) ... Notched two points against ranked opponents ... Eight of her points came in league play ... Tallied six power-play points (1-5-6) on the season ... Notched her first post-season point with a goal in a 3-2 loss to Boston University (3/1) in the Hockey East Quarterfinal game ... Collected three multi-point games throughout the season ... The Friars were 7-6-0 on the season when she notched at least one point ... Was awarded with the team's Seventh Player Award ... 2012-13 ... Played in all 36 games as a freshman registering nine points on three goals and six assists ... Recorded a multi-point game with two assists against Maine (1/27) ... Scored the game-winning tally with her first collegiate goal against UConn on Nov. 10 ... Tallied one power play goal at Northeastern (1/20).
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Two-time participant in National Team Development Camp ... Earned All-Star nomination and recorded most points by a defenseman each year ... Served as captain at 2011 camp ... Graduated from Valley Christian High School ... Captained ice hockey and soccer teams ... Led team to Pacific District Championship ... Played club hockey for San Jose Junior Sharks ... Father Rod played ice hockey for the University of Wisconsin ... Sister Paula played ice hockey at Princeton University ... Honor roll student who volunteers with developmentally disabled ... Plans to pursue career in financial sector.
NAME: Alexandra Romanchuk
FAMILY: Daughter of Rod and Catherine Romanchuk. Has two sisters, Trish and Paula, and two brothers, David and Peter.
MAJOR: Business Economics
Goals: 1 (seven times - last at Boston University)
Assists: 2 (three times - last vs. Boston University 2/16/14)
Points: 3 (vs. Rensselaer 1/5/14)
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