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.
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.
AT PROVIDENCE: 2014-15 ... Played in all 35 games ... Finished the year with 18 points on seven goals and 11 assists ... Named Hockey East Top Performer twice (Nov. 10 and Jan. 26) ... Recorded a career-high two goals against UConn on Nov. 9 ... Scored the game-winning goal against UConn on Jan. 24 ... Finished the season tied for third all-time at PC in games played with 142 ... 2013-14 ... Appeared in all 35 games for Providence ... Collected 11 assists on the season ... Notched a multi-assist performance against Maine (Nov. 24) ... 2012-13 ... Played in all 36 games ... Registered 26 points on seven goals and 19 assists ... Recorded five multi-point games ... Was the team leader in offense with a career-high 19 assists ... Finished fifth on the team in points and seventh in goals ... Notched a career high three-point game against UConn (11/10) ... Recorded an eight-game point streak from Jan. 20 to Feb. 19 ... Nine of her 26 points were against ranked opponents ... Notched one power-play goal against BSU (10/6) ... Was recognized with the team's 2013 Seventh Player Award ... 2011-12 ... Played in 36 games ... Registered three points on a goal and two assists ... Collected first collegiate point with an assist against New Hampshire (11/13) ... Scored first collegiate goal against Dartmouth at Fenway Park in Boston (1/10) ... Played in 20 conference games, contributing two assists.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Graduated from Lawrence Academy ... Earned four varsity letters in ice hockey, three in field hockey and one in track ... Averaged a goal per game senior year ... Registered 167 points in 112 career games ... All-League selection in field hockey and ice hockey ... Captained field hockey and ice hockey teams ... Played club hockey for Assabet Valley ... Led Assabet Valley to four national championships ... Father Stephen Simpson played Div. I Hockey for Air Force Acad. and Boston University ... Brother John played Division I hockey for Union ... Her brother Wayne played for Union ... Honor roll student.
NAME: Brooke Simpson
FAMILY: Daughter of Stephen and Kathy Simpson. Has two brothers, John and Wayne.
Goals: 2 (vs. UConn 11/9/14)
Assists: 3 (vs. Connecticut 11/10/12)
Points: 3 (vs. Connecticut 11/10/12)
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