College Hockey:
Friars, Tigers Draw In Tight Battle

— Providence skated to a 1-1 overtime tie against Princeton Friday at PC’s Schneider Arena.

Princeton took a 1-0 lead at the 5:27 mark of the first period as sophomore Gretchen Anderson scored off an assist from sophomore Susan Hobson.

The Friars tied the game at the 16:39 mark of the first period on senior Angela Hill’s first goal of the season. Sophomore Darlene Stephenson was credited with the assist.

The Friars outshot the Tigers 24-23. Princeton’s Sarah Ahlquist made 23 saves in net for the Tigers, while Amy Quinlan stopped 22 shots for the Friars.

The Friars moved to 3-4-2, while the Tigers moved to 1-3-1.

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