Feb. 15, 1998
Providence Women's Hockey Skates to 3-3 Tie with Colby College
Lady Friars fire off 39 shots in ECAC actionTabb Honored
WATERVILLE, Maine -- PC's Katherine Cahill scored at the 15:26 mark in the third period to end the game in a 3-3 tie against Colby College in ECAC women's hockey action on Sunday, February 15th.
Colby's Shannon Kennedy opened up the game with a goal at the 14:48 mark in the first period, but the Friars quickly retaliated with a goal from Tina Schairer at the 15:51 to even the score.
In the second period, Courtney Kennedy netted a goal for Colby to put them ahead 2-1 at the 8:15 mark. Providence was able to knot the game again when Corinne Rosen scored at the 17:36 mark in the second period.
Colby's Courtney Kennedy scored her second goal of the game in third period at the 10:06 mark to go ahead 3-2, but PC's goal from Cahill at the 15:26 mark ended the game in a tie.
Colby goaltender Josie Chapman made 36 saves in the tie, while Providence goaltender Heather Wilcox made 20 stops in the tie.
Colby is now 4-12-3 overall and 2-11-3 in the ECAC. Providence College is now 8-18-1 overall and 8-9-1 in the ECAC.
The Friars return to action on Friday, February 20th against St. Lawrence at 2:30 p.m.
1st 2nd 3rd Final Providence 1 1 1 -- 3 Colby 1 1 1 -- 3
First Period: C, S. Kennedy (C. Kennedy) 14:48; PC, Schairer (Hanson) 15:51 Penalties: PC, Yates (Interference) 4:09; C, Floors (High Sticking) 11:07; PC, Schairer (High Sticking) 13:43; C, Griffin (Interference) 13:43.
Second Period: C, C. Kennedy (Unassisted) 8:15; PC, Rosen (Unassisted) 17:36 Penalties: C, Carey (Hooking) 8:33.
Third Period: C, C. Kennedy (Unassisted) 10:06; PC, Cahill (Lachapelle, Hanson) 15:26 Penalties: PC, Tabb (Tripping) 1:19; C, Mortenson (Interferece) 1:57; C, C. Kennedy (Roughing) 19:01; C, Mortenson (Tripping) 19:18.6.
SAVES: C, Chapman (65:00) 9-12-13-2=36; PC, Wilcox (65:00) 6-7-6-1=20.
POWER PLAYS: C 0-2; C 0-5
PENALTIES: C 3-6; PC 6-12
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