Haley Frade was named one of five Hockey East Top Scholar Athletes.
Providence takes on Dartmouth with a 28-22-1 all-time series record.
Riley matched a career high 36 saves.
AT PROVIDENCE: 2014-15 ... Dressed in 33 games, notching three points on two goals and one assist ... Was an assistant captain for the Friars ... Scored a goal against No. 1 Boston College in the Hockey East Quarterfinals on Feb. 27 ... 2013-14 ... Appeared in all 35 games ... Finished the season with a career-best five points on three goals and two assists ... Tallied her first collegiate goal against seventh-ranked Clarkson (11/15) ... Three of her points came in league play ... Was awarded with the team's Most Improved Player Award ... 2012-13 ... Played in 33 games ... Registered her first career point on an assist at fourth-ranked Harvard on Dec. 12 ... 2011-12 ... Was limited to seven games due to injury ... Made collegiate debut at Bemidji State (9/30) ... 2010-11 ... Did not play due to injury.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Played for the National Sports Academy from 2005-10 along with former Friar, Rebecca Morse ... Led the team to the 2010 New York State Championship ... Led the team to the most wins (45) in team history during the 2008-09 season ... Finished her career with 66 goals and 140 assists for 206 points ... Captained the hockey team in 2009-10 ... Honored with the Coach's Award in 2009 ... Earned the Faculty Award from 2006-2009 for the player who demonstrated effort, improvement and love of learning ... Given the John G.A. O'Neill Award in 2009 for human relations and concern for others ... Member of the Community Service Committee ... Class President.
NAME: Stephanie A. DeMars
FAMILY: Daughter of Jacques and Cynthia DeMars. Has a brother, Jacques, and a sister Renee.
MAJOR: Masters in Counseling
Goals: 1 (four times - last vs. UConn 11/9/14)
Assists: 1 1 (four times - last vs. Brown 11/29/14)
Points: 1 (eight times - last vs. Brown 11/29/14)
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