Nov. 28, 1997

    Providence Loses to Minnesota, 5-4

    PRINCETON, N.J. -- Providence College was defeated by Minnesota, 5-4, in women's hockey action at the Princeton Invitational on Nov. 28 at Princeton, N.J.

    Freshman forward Jess Tabb tallied two goals and led the Friars to a 4-2 lead after two periods of action. However, Minnesota stormed back with three third period goals, including Ambria Thomas' second of the game, to earn the 5-4 win.

    Erica Killewald recorded 19 saves in the win. Megan Marfione registered 15 stops in the loss for Providence.

    With the loss Providence College fell to 2-3, while Minnesota raised its record to 5-2 overall.

    Providence will return to action on Saturday, Nov. 29 against Cornell at the Princeton Invitational.

    Providence College (2-3-0)  0   4   0   -- 4        4-8 0-4
    Minnesota (5-2)             1   1   3   -- 5        4-8 0-4
    Per Time    Team    Goal Scorer  (Assists)
    1   2:41    M   Ambria Thomas (Nadine Muzerall)
    2   1:36    PC  Katie Lachapelle (Alain Frankiewicz)
    2   10:33   M   Kris Scholz (Ambria Thomas)
    2   16:02   PC  Jess Tabb (Catherine Hanson)
    2   18:24   PC  Jess Tabb (Katherine Cahill)
    2   18:30   PC  Catherine Hanson (unassisted)
    3   4:13    M   Ambria Thomas (Nadine Muzerall, Emily Buckholz)
    3   5:33    M   Laura Tryba (Julie Otto, Emily Buckholz)
    3   9:26    M   Nadine Muzerall (Ambria Thomas)
        
    Saves:
    Megan Marfione (PC) 5   6   4   --15    (58:41)
    Erica Killewald (M) 11  2   6   --19    (60:00)
    Attendance:  55 (Baker Rink)
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