Feb. 1, 1998
Friars Edge Princeton, 6-4
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Providence College defeated Princeton University, 6-4, in women's ECAC hockey action at PC's Schneider Arena on Sunday, Feb. 1.
Princeton got on the scoreboard first as Danya Marshman ripped a shot from the slot which deflected off a PC defenseman and eluded Friar goaltender Heather Wilcox at 1:27 of the first period. PC evened the game with a goal by Valerie Bono at the 5:14 mark of the first period.
The score remained tied after two periods of play as each team netted one goal in the second stanza. Katie Lachapelle gave the Friars a 2-1 lead with a score at the 1:25 mark. Princeton struck quickly as Annmarie Holmes tallied the equalizer at 2:56.
Princeton's Holmes netted the first goal of the third period at 1:14 to give the Tigers a 3-2 lead. However, the Friar offense came to life with four unanswered goals by Corinne Rosen (two goals), Bono, and Catherine Hanson. Princeton's Ali Coughlin added the final goal of the game on a power-play with 1:40 remaining in the game
Wilcox stopped 14 shots in the win. Princeton netminder Tammy Orlow made 25 saves in the loss.
Providence College is now 7-16-0 overall and 7-7-0 in the ECAC, while Princeton is 9-10-1 overall and 6-8-0 in league play.
The Friars return to action on Friday, February 6 against Northeastern at Schneider Arena at 5:30 p.m.
Princeton (9-10-1, 6-8-0) 1 1 2 -- 4
Providence (7-16-0, 7-7-0) 1 1 4 -- 6
First Period: P, Danya Marshman (Abbey Fox) 1:27; PC, Valerie Bono (unassisted) 5:14 Penalties: PC, Jessica Tabb (interference) 3:09; PC, Alain Frankiewicz (tripping) 14:04; PC, Corrine Rosen (roughing) 19:14.
Second Period: PC, Katie Lachapelle (unassisted) 1:25; P, Annamarie Holmes (Ali Coughlin, Laura Hays) 2:56. Penalties: PC, Katherine Cahill (tripping) 17:34.
Third Period: P, Holmes (unassisted) 1:14; PC, Rosen (Lachapelle, Sherryl Jones) 1:53; PC, Rosen (Lachapelle) 6:25; PC, Bono (Catherine Hanson, Myia Yates) 10:07 PP; PC, Hanson (unassisted) 14:27; P, Coughlin (Holmes, Dani Holtschlag) 18:20 PP. Penalties: P, Fox (interference) 9:53; PC, Rosen (tripping) 16:28; P, Marshman (5-min. major fighting, game disqualification) 19:49; PC, Hanson (roughing) 1949.
SAVES: P, Tammy Orlow (60:00) 7-12-6=25 :PC, Heather Wilcox (60:00) 2-9-3=14.
POWER PLAYS: P 1-5; PC 1-1
PENALTIES: P 3-17; PC 6-12
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