Senior forward Caroline Peterson scored a power-play goal for the Friars
Providence Skates To 2-2 Tie With Quinnipiac
Senior forward Caroline Peterson and sophomore defenseman Brooke Becker each scored a power-play goal for the Friars

Box Score

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The No. 9 Providence College women's hockey team tied No. 8 Quinnipiac on Friday, Oct. 15 at Schneider Arena. With neither team capitalizing in overtime, the game ended in a 2-2 draw.


No. 9 Providence - 2 | No. 8 Quinnipiac - 2


No. 9 Providence - 2-0-1 (2-0-0 HEA) | No. 8 Quinnipiac - 6-0-1 (0-0-0 ECAC)


Schneider, Arena- Providence, R.I.


Sandra Abstreiter (PC) - 21 saves
Logan Angers (Quinnipiac) - 21 saves


- Providence struck first, with a power play goal from captain Caroline Peterson (East Falmouth, Mass.) at 8:05 into the opening period after Quinnipiac's Sophie Urban was whistled for tripping. Peterson's first goal of the season was assisted by Bailey Burton (Bloomington, Minn.) and Claire Tyo (Massena, N.Y.).

- Providence entered the first intermission up, 1-0, while trailing in shots, 14-5. Peterson's goal served as only the second time this season an opponent scored first against Quinnipiac.

- The teams skated through the second period scoreless, entering the second intermission 1-0. It served as the first time all season the Bobcat's entered the second period trailing.

- The third period was action packed, starting off with a goal from Quinnipiac's Taylor House, tying things up at 1-1. House was assisted by Kate Reilly and Nina Steigauf on her second goal of the season.

- Providence grabbed the lead again at 9:33, with a power-play goal from Brooke Becker (Orchard Park, N.Y.). Becker, the leading point scorer for the Friars this season, was assisted by Lindsay Bochna (Toronto, Ontario) and Hayley Lunny (Bedford, N.Y.).

- Quinnipiac responded just 23 seconds later with a goal from Courtney Vorster, 2-2, assisted by Zoe Boyd and Lexie Adzija.

- The remainder of the third period and overtime remained scoreless for both teams, finishing out tied at 2-2. Abstreiter stopped all six shots she faced in the overtime session.

- Sandra Abstreiter (Freising, Germany) stopped 19 out of 21 shots faced in net.


Providence -
Shots: 23
Face-offs: 22/31
Power plays: 2/2
Penalty kill: 1/1

Quinnipiac -
Shots: 23
Face-offs: 31/22
Power plays: 0/1
Penalty kill: 0/2


Goals: Becker, Peterson (1)
Assists: Burton, Bocha, Tyo, Lunny (1)
Points: Burton, Bocha, Becker, Tyo, Lunny, Peterson (1)
Shots: Bochna (4)


The Friars will return tomorrow, Saturday Oct.16 for the series against the Bobcats in Hamden, Conn. Puck drop is set for 3:00 p.m. at Frank Perrotti Jr. Arena.