Providence Friars women's ice hockey

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Providence Friars women's ice hockey
Current season
Providence Friars women's ice hockey athletic logo
UniversityProvidence College
ConferenceHockey East
Head coachMatt Kelly
3rd season, 42–25–6
ArenaSchneider Arena
LocationProvidence, Rhode Island
ColorsBlack, white, and silver[1]
     
Fight songWhen the Saints Go Marching In (since the 1950s);
"Friar Away"
NCAA Tournament appearances
2005, 2021
Conference Tournament championships
ECAC: 1985, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995
Conference regular season championships
HEA: 2010

The Providence Friars women's ice hockey team is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college ice hockey program that represents the Providence College. The Friars are a member of Hockey East. They play at the 3,030-seat Schneider Arena in Providence, Rhode Island.[2]

History

In the 1978–79 season, the Friars held the distinction of being the first team to play the new Harvard Crimson women's ice hockey team. The result was a 17–0 triumph.[3] In 1984, the Friars won the inaugural Eastern College Athletic Conference Women's Championship.

In Jackie Barto's first season as coach in 1994–95, the Friars were 18–9–4 and won the Eastern College Athletic Conference title. The following season, the Friars reached the ECAC championship game, but they lost to New Hampshire in a game that lasted five overtimes. The 1996–97 season were one of the most successful as Providence went 20–8–2, posting the program's eighth 20-win season. In 1997–98, Barto guided the Friars to the ECAC Tournament for the 15th consecutive season.[4]

Providence College made history on December 5, 2009, as the Friars came away with a 4–1 victory over #3 New Hampshire in Durham. Providence became the first Hockey East team to earn a victory at the Whittemore Center since the league's inception in 2002–03.[5] On January 9, 2010, Providence College women's hockey earned their 600th victory by defeating #8 Cornell by a score of 6–3. Junior Jean O'Neill tallied a goal and an assist. Genevieve Lacasse made 22 saves to record the victory. Providence joined New Hampshire as the only two programs with 600 victories.[6]

The Friars finished the season with a conference record 11-5-5 (overall record of 15-10-9) to finish atop the Hockey East standings for the first time. Bob Deraney won the Hockey East Coach of the Year award.

On January 10, 2011, the Friars and the Dartmouth Big Green played each other in an outdoor game at Fenway Park in Boston. Providence skater Brooke Simpson scored her first career NCAA goal.[7] With 1:14 remaining in regulation, Big Green forward Camille Dumais scored the game-winning goal on Providence netminder Genevieve Lacasse as the Big Green prevailed by a 3-2 mark.[8]

Season-by-season results

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties

Won Championship Lost Championship Conference Champions League Leader
Year Coach W L T Conference Conf.
W
Conf.
L
Conf.
T
Finish Conference Tournament NCAA Tournament
2021-22 Matt Kelly 16 14 6 Hockey East 12 12 3 7th HE Won First Round vs. Holy Cross (3-1)
Lost Quarterfinals vs. Vermont (1-4)
Did not qualify
2020-21 Matt Kelly 12 8 1 Hockey East 10 6 1 3rd HE Won Quarterfinals vs. Boston University (4-3)
Won Semifinals vs. Maine (1-0)
Lost Championship vs. Northeastern (2-6)
Lost First Round vs. Wisconsin (0-3)
2019-20 Matt Kelly 18 14 4 Hockey East 15 10 2 3rd HE Lost Quarterfinals vs. New Hampshire (2-4, 0-1) Cancelled due to 2020 Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States
2018-19 Matt Kelly 24 11 2 Hockey East 16 9 2 4th HE Won Quarterfinals vs. Merrimack (2-0, 2-1)
Lost Semifinals vs. Northeastern (2-3)
Did not qualify
2017-18 Deraney, Bob 17 13 7 Hockey East 12 7 5 2nd HE Lost Quarterfinals vs. Connecticut (4-0, 0-3, 1-2) Did not qualify
2016-17 Deraney, Bob 17 17 3 Hockey East 11 10 3 4th HE Lost Quarterfinals vs. Vermont (5-4, 1-5, 2-5) Did not qualify
2015-16 Deraney, Bob 10 26 2 Hockey East 6 16 2 7th HE Lost Quarterfinals vs. Northeastern (2-5, 2-6) Did not qualify
2014-15 Deraney, Bob 6 25 4 Hockey East 5 15 1 8th HE Lost Quarterfinals vs. Boston College (2-6, 0-8) Did not qualify
2013-14 Deraney, Bob 11 24 0 Hockey East 6 15 0 7th HE Lost Quarterfinals vs. Boston University (2-3) Did not qualify
2012-13 Deraney, Bob 15 16 5 Hockey East 8 10 3 5th HE Won Quarterfinals vs. New Hampshire (5-4 OT)
Lost Semifinals vs. Boston University (0-4)
Did not qualify
2011-12 Deraney, Bob 16 17 4 Hockey East 11 8 2 5th HE Won Quarterfinals vs. Maine (6-0)
Won Semifinals vs. Northeastern (2-0)
Lost Championship vs. Boston University (1-2 2OT)
Did not qualify
2010-11 Deraney, Bob 22 12 1 Hockey East 12 8 1 3rd HE Won Quarterfinals vs. Maine (5-2)
Lost Semifinals vs. Boston College (2-3 OT)
Did not qualify
2009-10[9] Deraney, Bob 15 11 9 Hockey East 11 5 5 1st HE Lost Semifinals vs. Connecticut (2-3) Did not qualify
2008-09 Deraney, Bob 17 16 3 Hockey East 11 8 2 5th HE Won Quarterfinals vs. Connecticut (3-0)
Lost Semifinals vs. New Hampshire (1-3)
Did not qualify
2007-08 Deraney, Bob 16 16 4 Hockey East 10 8 3 4th HE Won Semifinals vs. Connecticut (5-1)
Lost Championship vs. New Hampshire (0-1)
Did not qualify
2006-07 Deraney, Bob 16 16 4 Hockey East 12 6 3 3rd HE Won Semifinals vs. Boston College (3-2)
Lost Championship vs. New Hampshire (1-3)
Did not qualify
2005-06 Deraney, Bob 17 14 4 Hockey East 11 8 2 3rd HE Lost Semifinals vs. Boston College (1-3) Did not qualify
2004-05 Deraney, Bob 21 11 5 Hockey East 14 4 2 2nd HE Won Semifinals vs. Boston College(9-1)
Won Championship vs. Connecticut (3-2)
Lost First Round vs. Minnesota (1-6)
2003-04 Deraney, Bob 21 13 2 Hockey East 14 5 1 2nd HE Won Semifinals vs. Maine (4-2)
Won Championship vs. New Hampshire (3-0)
Did not qualify
2002-03 Deraney, Bob 24 6 6 Hockey East 13 1 1 1st HE Won Semifinals vs. Connecticut (7-0)
Won Championship vs. New Hampshire (1-0)
Did not qualify
2001-02 Deraney, Bob 20 13 4 ECAC Eastern 11 7 3 4th ECAC E. Won Quarterfinals vs. Maine (5-3)
Won Semifinals vs. Niagara (3-2 2OT)
Won Championship vs. Northeastern (1-0)
Did not qualify
2000-01 Deraney, Bob 18 14 3 ECAC 10 11 3 7th ECAC Lost Quarterfinals vs. Harvard (3-4 OT) Did not qualify
1999-00 Deraney, Bob 20 10 3 ECAC 14 7 3 6th ECAC Lost Quarterfinals vs. Dartmouth (0-1) Did not qualify
1998-99 Barto, Jackie 19 12 3 ECAC 15 8 3 5th ECAC Lost Quarterfinals vs. Northeastern (0-3) Did not qualify
1997-98 Barto, Jackie 9 21 2
1996-97 Barto, Jackie 20 8 2
1995-96 Barto, Jackie 17 13 0
1994-95 Barto, Jackie 18 9 4
1993-94 Marchetti, John 19 8 4
1992-93 Marchetti, John 21 5 3
1991-92 Marchetti, John 22 2 1
1990-91 Marchetti, John 17 7 0
1989-90 Marchetti, John 20 3 2
1988-89 Marchetti, John 19 5 0
1987-88 Marchetti, John 20 8 0
1986-87 Marchetti, John 16 7 1
1985-86 Marchetti, John 14 7 3
1984-85 Marchetti, John 18 2 1
1983-84 Marchetti, John 21 1 0
1982-83 Marchetti, John 15 6 0
1981-82 Marchetti, John 20 3 0
1980-81 Marchetti, John 20 5 0
1979-80 Palamara, Tom 20 2 0
1978-79 Palamara, Tom 16 3 1
1977-78 Palamara, Tom 7 4 1
1976-77 Palamara, Tom 9 4 0
1975-76 Palamara, Tom 4 6 1
1974-75 Palamara, Tom 0 8 0

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Players

  • Jackie Barto's success in athletics began as a student-athlete at Providence, where she became one of greatest to ever don the Providence uniform. Barto (formerly Gladu) accumulated 113 career goals. Currently, she remains third on the all-time Friar goal list, trailing only Cammi Granato (1989–93; 139 career goals) and Stephanie O'Sullivan (1991–95; 126 career goals). Both of these players were coached by Barto. She is ranked fifth on Providence's all-time scoring list with 200 career points and 11th in career assists with 87. During her time as a Friar, Barto was associated with three of Providence's six ECAC championships, winning one as a head coach (1995), one as an assistant (1994) and one as a player (1984).
  • On November 12, 2008, former Friar women's ice hockey player Stephanie O'Sullivan was one of four inductees enshrined into the Massachusetts Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2008.[11] As a Friar, O'Sullivan was named ECAC Player of the Year and New England Hockey Writers Player of the Year in 1995. During the 1994-95 season, she scored 40 goals and 28 assists for 68 points. The only time she was not named to the ECAC All-Star Team was as a freshman. In her freshman year, she was named the ECAC Rookie of the Year. O’Sullivan is second all-time in career points (253), first in assists (127) and second in goals scored (126). O'Sullivan would go on to play for Team USA in the World Championships in 1994, 1997, 1999 and 2000.

Current roster

As of September 11, 2022.[12]

No. S/P/C Player Class Pos Height DoB Hometown Previous team
2 Texas Lily Martinson Sophomore D 5' 10" (1.78 m) 2003-05-22 Allen, Texas Dallas Stars Elite
3 New York (state) Maddy Coene Junior F 5' 5" (1.65 m) 2002-02-28 Clayton, New York Bishop Kearney Selects
4 Maine Lauren DeBlois (A) Senior D 5' 6" (1.68 m) 2000-04-07 Lewiston, Maine New Hampton School
7 Ontario Lindsay Bochna Junior F 5' 5" (1.65 m) 2002-02-05 Toronto, Ontario Etobicoke Jr. Dolphins
8 Minnesota Lily Hendrikson Junior F 5' 5" (1.65 m) 2002-08-12 Edina, Minnesota Edina High School
9 Ontario Hunter Barnett (A) Graduate F 5' 6" (1.68 m) 2000-08-06 Caledon, Ontario Rochester Institute of Technology
10 Colorado KC Brooks Junior D 5' 7" (1.7 m) 2002-05-04 Colorado Springs, Colorado St. Louis Lady Blues
11 Quebec Mégane Quirion Freshman F 5' 3" (1.6 m) 2002-05-07 Saint-Eustache, Quebec John Abbott College
13 Massachusetts Delaney Couture Senior F 5' 8" (1.73 m) 2001-03-27 Shrewsbury, Massachusetts Shrewsbury High School
15 Washington (state) Kayla Kutes Freshman F 5' 7" (1.7 m) 2004-03-31 Kirkland, Washington Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna
16 Ontario Reichen Kirchmair Freshman F 5' 8" (1.73 m) 2004-01-16 Oakville, Ontario Etobicoke Jr. Dolphins
17 New York (state) Brooke Becker Junior D 5' 8" (1.73 m) 2002-05-30 Orchard Park, New York Stoney Creek Jr. Sabres
18 Nova Scotia Ashlyn Garnett Sophomore F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 2003-05-12 Dartmouth, Nova Scotia St. Paul's School
19 Sweden Sara Hjalmarsson Graduate F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 1998-02-08 Bankeryd, Sweden AIK Hockey
20 Czech Republic Noemi Neubauerová Graduate F 5' 8" (1.73 m) 1999-12-15 Prague, Czech Republic Colgate University
21 Ontario Isabelle Hardy Senior F 5' 6" (1.68 m) 2001-05-10 Oakville, Ontario Oakville Jr. Hornets
22 New York (state) Claire Tyo Junior D 5' 6" (1.68 m) 2002-08-28 Massena, New York Ottawa Lady Senators
23 Massachusetts Ashley Clark Sophomore F 5' 3" (1.6 m) 2002-04-26 North Weymouth, Massachusetts Tabor Academy
24 Ontario Cristina Cavaliere Freshman D 5' 5" (1.65 m) 2004-03-26 Mississauga, Ontario Oakville Jr. Hornets
25 Sweden Ida Press Graduate D 5' 8" (1.73 m) 1999-07-23 Uppsala, Sweden University of Maine
26 Rhode Island Jamie Comeau Senior D 5' 4" (1.63 m) 2000-01-26 Wakefield, Rhode Island Lawrence Academy
27 Alberta Rachel Weiss Junior F 5' 7" (1.7 m) 2001-02-19 Foothills, Alberta Penn State University
28 Massachusetts Caroline Peterson (C) Graduate F 5' 9" (1.75 m) 1999-11-11 East Falmouth, Massachusetts St. Mark's School
29 Rhode Island Hope Walinski Sophomore G 5' 5" (1.65 m) 2002-07-28 Lincoln, Rhode Island The Winchendon School
30 Germany Sandra Abstreiter (A) Graduate G 5' 11" (1.8 m) 1998-07-23 Freising, Germany Hockey Training Institute
32 Ontario Mireille Kingsley Junior G 5' 9" (1.75 m) 2002-06-20 Sudbury, Ontario Mississauga Jr. Hurricanes


Players with international experience

Notable players

Cammi Granato

While at Providence College, she set every school scoring record. Granato was named Rookie of the Year as a freshman and Player of the Year as a sophomore, junior and senior. Granato led the Lady Friars to back-to-back conference titles in 1991-92 and 1992–93.

She finished her career with 256 points, a record she holds to this day. She is also the leader for single-season points with 84 (1992–93), goals with 48 (1991–92), and assists with 43 (1992–93). She is the all-time leading goal scorer at Providence College with an impressive 139 career tallies, and ranks second all-time in assists with 117.[13]

In August 2008, Granato was inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame.[13] In addition, Granato is one of only two women honored in the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She was inducted in November, 2010 along with Canadian Angela James.[14]

Awards and honors

ECAC Honors

  • Laurie Baker, 1996 ECAC Rookie of the year
  • Laurie Baker, Forward, 1996 All-ECAC Team
  • Laurie Baker, 1996-97 ECAC First Team All-Star selection
  • Laurie Baker, ECAC Player of the Week (11/19)[15]
  • Alana Blahoski, 1996 Co-ECAC Player of the Year
  • Alana Blahoski, Defense, 1996 All-ECAC Team
  • Sara DeCosta, ECAC Honorable Mention All-Star
  • Sara DeCosta, ECAC Rookie of the Week (2/18, 3/11)
  • Sara DeCosta, Women's Ice Hockey Letterwinner, 2000[16]
  • Bob Deraney, 2009-10 Hockey East Coach of the Year
  • Bob Deraney, 2010-11 Hockey East Coach of the Year[17]
  • Cammi Granato, ECAC All-Star 1990
  • Cammi Granato, ECAC All-Star 1991
  • Cammi Granato, ECAC All-Star 1992
  • Cammi Granato, ECAC All-Star 1993
  • Cammi Granato, Eastern College Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1991[18]
  • Cammi Granato, Eastern College Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1992[18]
  • Cammi Granato, Eastern College Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 1993[18]
  • Catherine Hanson, ECAC Honorable Mention All-Star
  • Sheila Killion, Forward, 1996 ECAC All-Tournament Team[19]
  • Katie Lachapelle, ECAC Honorable Mention All-Star
  • Karen McCabe, 1996 ECAC Honor Roll
  • Meghan Smith, Goaltender, ECAC All-Tournament Team
  • Alison Wheeler, ECAC Honorable Mention All-Star
  • Alison Wheeler, 1996 ECAC Honor Roll [19]
  • Alison Wheeler, Women's Ice Hockey Letterwinner, 1997
  • Rookie of the Year: Marie-Philip Poulin, Boston University[17]

New England Hockey Writer's

  • Alison Wheeler, 1994-95 New England Hockey Writer's All-Star selection
  • Laurie Baker, 1996-97 New England Hockey Writer's All-Star selection
  • Kelli Halcisak, Defense, 2001-02 New England Hockey Writers Women's Division I All-Star Team[20]
  • Ashley Payton, Forward 2001-2002 New England Writers D-1 All Star Team

Hockey East

  • Sandra Abstreiter, 2020-21 Hockey East Third Team All-Star[21]
  • Brooke Becker, 2020-21 Hockey East All-Rookie Team[22]
  • Jessica Cohen, Bauer Rookie of the Month, of the Month, October 2009[23]
  • Lauren DeBlois, 2020-21 Hockey East Third Team All-Star
  • Sara Hjalmarsson, 2020-21 Hockey East Second Team All-Star
  • Genevieve Lacasse, Hockey East Rookie of the Year, 2009[24]
  • Genevieve Lacasse, Bauer Goaltender of the Month, December 2009
  • Genevieve Lacasse, Hockey East Goaltender of the Month (October 2010) [25]
  • Jean O’Neill, WHEA Player of the Month, January 2010
  • Mari Pehkonen, HOCKEY EAST All-Tournament team, 2007[26]
  • Karen Thatcher, 2004 HOCKEY EAST Sportsmanship Award [27]
  • Karen Thatcher, HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week Honors two times (11/8/04), and (1/31/05)
  • Claire Tyo, 2020-21 Hockey East All-Rookie Team
  • Laura Veharanta, Hockey East All-Rookie Team, 2009
  • Sonny Watrous, Hockey East All-Rookie Team, 2004
  • Sonny Watrous, Hockey East Rookie of the Year, 2004[28]
  • Sonny Watrous, 2004 HOCKEY EAST All-Tournament Team
  • Sonny Watrous, Named HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week (1/19/04)
  • Sonny Watrous, Three time HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Week (2/2/04, 3/15/04, 3/22/04)
  • Sonny Watrous, HOCKEY EAST Rookie of the Month (3/2/04)
  • Sonny Watrous, HOCKEY EAST Player of the Week Honors twice (10/25/04, 1/10/05)
  • Sonny Watrous, 2005 HOCKEY EAST All-Tournament Team
  • Ashley Payton, 2003 Hockey East First Team All-Star
  • Rush Zimmerman, 2004-05 Hockey East ITECH Three Stars Award

All-Americans

  • Sara DeCosta, 1999 American Women's College Hockey Alliance All-Americans, Second Team[29]

Providence Hockey East All-Decade Team

  • December 22, 2011: In recognition of the ten-year anniversary of the Women's Hockey East Association, the Friars announced their Providence Hockey East All-Decade Team. Six forwards, five defenders and two goalies were honored.[30]
Player Position Class of:
Jenn Butsch Forward 2003
Ashley Payton Forward 2006
Darlene Stephenson Forward 2004
Karen Thatcher Forward 2006
Sonny Watrous Forward 2007
Rush Zimmerman Forward 2005
Kristen Gigliotti Defense 2007
Kelli Halcisak Defense 2004
Erin Normore Defense 2009
Meredith Roth Defense 2004
Kathleen Smith Defense 2008
Jana Bugden Goaltender 2007
Genevieve Lacasse Goaltender 2012

Friars in professional hockey

= CWHL All-Star = NWHL All-Star = Clarkson Cup Champion = Isobel Cup Champion
Player Position Team(s) League(s) Years Clarkson Cup Isobel Cup
Brooke Boquist Forward Modo Hockey
Leksands IF
Toronto Six
SDHL

NWHL
Corinne Buie Forward Boston Blades
Boston Pride
Buffalo Beauts
CWHL
NWHL
1 (2015) 2 (2016, 2017)
Cammi Granato Forward Vancouver Griffins
BC Breakers
NWHL founded in 1999
WWHL
2
Cherie Hendrickson Defense Burlington Barracudas
Boston Blades
Boston Pride
CWHL
NWHL
2 (2013 and 2015) 1 (2016)
Genevieve Lacasse Goaltender Boston Blades
Calgary Inferno
Canadiennes de Montreal
CWHL 2 (2013, 2015)
Christina Putigna Forward Boston Pride NWHL 1 (2021)
Meaghan Rickard Forward Boston Pride NWHL 1 (2021)
Karen Thatcher Defense BC Breakers
Vaughan Flames
Minnesota Whitecaps
Boston Blades
WWHL
CWHL
WWHL
CWHL
1 (2013)
Jessica Vella Forward Toronto Furies CWHL 1 (2014
Janine Weber Forward Boston Blades
New York Riveters
Boston Pride
Connecticut Whale
CWHL
NWHL
1 (2015)

See also

References

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  22. ^ "Brooke Becker and Claire Tyo Named To Hockey East Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team". friars.com. 2021-02-26. Retrieved 2021-03-19.
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