Women's Hockey To Play Home-And-Home Series With Boston University

Haley Frade leads the Friars in all-time scoring against the Terriers.

Feb. 14, 2014

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  • The Friars and Terriers will play a home-and-home series to wrap-up their regular season Hockey East series.
  • The two programs will kick the weekend series off at Agganis Arena in Boston, Mass. on Saturday, Feb. 15 at 3:00 p.m.
  • The series will conclude at Schneider Arena on Sunday, Feb. 16 in a 2:00 p.m. puck drop.
  • Both teams will be providing live streaming and live stats of their respective home games.
  • To access the feeds CLICK HERE.
  • Providence also offers live updates of all its games through its twitter page (@PCWHockey).

  • Providence faced Northeastern in its final regular season game against the Huskies.
  • The Friars fell, 3-1, at Schneider on Feb. 8.
  • Molly Illikainen tallied the Friars lone goal of the game.
  • Illikainen, who snapped a 10-game goalless streak, was assisted by Beth Hanrahan and Cassidy Carels.
  • Sarah Bryant made 20 saves for the Friars in her 28th start this season.

  • Boston University is led by Sarah Lefort, who has notched a team and league-best 47 points in 30 games this season.
  • Lefort leads the team in goals (27) and assists (20).
  • Thirty two of Lefort's points have come in Hockey East action to lead all players in league play.
  • Senior Kerrin Sperry holds the reigns at that backstop, making 25 appearances this season.
  • Sperry holds a 2.36 goals against average and a .924 save percentage en route to capturing a 16-8-1 record this season.
  • Entering Saturday, the Terriers hold a 19-10-1 overall record and a 12-5-0 record in Hockey East play, good for second in the standings.
  • Last time out, Boston University fell 3-2 in overtime to Harvard in the Beanpot consolation game.
  • Lefort and Louise Warren notched goals for the Terriers, while Sperry made 29 saves in the loss.
  • In their last five games, the Terriers have gone 3-2-0, with all three wins in league play.

  • Providence and Boston University have met a total of 42 times in the history of the two programs.
  • Providence holds the edge in the all-time series with a 26-14-2 overall record.
  • The Friars are 10-8-1 at BU and 17-2-1 at Schneider Arena.
  • The last time the two faced, Providence edged Boston University, 4-3, on Jan. 17 at Schneider Arena.
  • Providence saw three Friars tally multipoint games against the Terriers on the 17th.
  • Haley Frade and Cassidy Carels each tallied career highs in the win.
  • Frade notched three assists, while Carels tallied four points on two goals and two assists.
  • For her performance, Carels nabbed HE Rookie of the Week on Jan. 20.
  • Frade leads the Friars in all-time scoring against the Terriers with five points on one goal and four assists.

  • The five graduating seniors will be honored at the Friars' final home game on Sunday against the Terriers.
  • Rebecca Morse, Maggie Pendleton, Nina Riley, Moira Sweeney and Janine Weber will be honored prior to the game on Sunday.
  • Morse and Pendleton played crucial roles in the Friars' defensive core over their four-year careers.
  • To date, Morse has played 131 career games for the Friars, collecting 60 points on 16 goals and 44 assists.
  • Entering Saturday, Pendleton has put on the Friar uniform 136 times throughout her career, collecting 42 points on eight goals and 34 assists.
  • Riley has logged 1219:42 minutes of play between the pipes for the Friars.
  • In 25 games played, Riley collected a 7-10-3 record with a 3.49 goals against average and a .878 save percentage.
  • Weber joined the Friars for the 2013-14 season from the EWHL.
  • This season, Weber has played in all 30 games for the Friars, notching 10 points on six goals and four assists.
  • Sweeney, the Friars' manager, graduates after spending four years on the Friars' staff.
  • Sweeney assists in the day-to-day operations of the program as well as handles social media, organizes stats and provides color commentary for all home games.
The Last Meeting
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January 17, 2014
Providence, R.I.
Women's Hockey Post 4-3 Come From Behind Win Over Ninth-Ranked Boston University
The Providence College women's ice hockey team posted a 4-3 come from behind win over the ninth-ranked Boston University Terriers at Schneider tonight (Jan. 17). With the win, the Friars move their overall record to 10-14-0 on the season and 5-6-0 in Hockey East play. The Friars 4-3 win over the Terriers was the first since Dec. 3, 2011, when Providence defeated BU 4-3 at Schneider Arena. The win marks the second time this season the Friars have defeated a top-10 team.



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