PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
- The Friars will travel to Union for a non-conference road match-up on Friday, Nov. 7 at 3:00 p.m. in Schenectady, N.Y.
- Providence will return home on Sunday, Nov. 9 for a 2:00 p.m. game against Hockey East opponent Connecticut.
- The UConn series will mark the second Hockey East series for the Friars, as they most recently faced No. 2/3 Boston College on Friday, Oct. 31 and Saturday, Nov. 1, losing both games.
- Providence holds a 4-1-0 all-time record against Union and a 38-12-4 advantage over Connecticut.
- The Friars split last seasons series against the Dutchwomen.
- Providence lost the first game (Oct. 4), 5-2. Sophomore Cassidy Carels scored her first collegiate goal in the contest.
- In the second game of the series (Oct. 5), the Friars won 6-2. Seniors Victoria Virtue and Beth Hanrahan scored in the game, along with Carels, who had a two-goal performance.
- The Huskies held the advantage in last year's series with a 2-1-0 record.
- Providence's lone win the in series came on Jan. 26 when junior Lexi Romanchuk netted the game-winner (1-0).
- Union enters Friday's game with a 1-8-1 overall record and a 0-2-0 mark in the ECAC.
- The Dutchwomen's one win on the season came against UConn on Oct. 11 (1-0)
- Jessica Kaminsky leads Union in points (5) and assists (4).
- Kathryn Tomaselli has a team-best two goals on the season.
- Shenae Lundberg has made all 10 appearances in net for Union, recording a 2.80 goals-against average and a .920 save percentage.
- UConn enters the contest with a 2-5-4 overall record and a 0-1-1 record in the Hockey East.
- Two of UConn's wins are against Union (Oct. 10, 4-2) and Colgate (Oct. 18, 2-1).
- Sarah MacDonnell leads the team with seven points. She is tied with Emily Snodgrass with a team-best four goals.
- Caitlin Hewes has a team-high four assists.
- Providence went 0-2-0 last weekend in a home-and-home series against No. 2/3 Boston College (Oct. 31- Nov. 1).
- The Friars fell 8-0 in the team's first game of the series on Friday, Oct. 31 at Kelley Rink.
- On Saturday, Nov. 1, Providence lost 4-1.
- Senior Allison Michelleti scored her first goal of the season while Brittney Thunstrom tallied her first assist of the year.
- Freshman Brooke Boquist was named a Hockey East Top Performer on Monday, Oct. 20.
- Boquist earned the honor after scoring her first collegiate points on two assists to help PC tie Syracuse, 3-3.
- Providence recorded its first tie on Oct. 18, 2014 at Syracuse (3-3) since Feb. 17, 2013 when Providence tied New Hampshire 3-3.
- The Friars did not have a tie the entire 2013-14 season.
- To start the season, the Friars faced two-straight ranked opponents, No. 9/9 Mercyhurst (10/3-10/4) and No. 8/9 Clarkson (10/11-10/12).
- Last weekend (10/31-11/1) the Friars fell 8-0 and 4-1 to No. 2/3 Boston College.
- In 2013-14, the Friars went 2-6-0 against ranked teams, defeating Mercyhurst and Boston University.
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