Sept 15: The women's ice hockey team organized the first annual Road Hockey Rumble. It was a street hockey tournament to raise money for Children's Charities of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. The tournament was played on Sunday, September 12, and the concept was conceived by junior defenseman Christie Jensen.
Kate Bacon scored a hat trick in the Friars 6-1 win over St. Lawrence on Oct. 9. She scored another goal in the Friars victory over Clarkson the next day.
Genevieve Lacasse stopped 40 shots in Friday’s (10/29) 2-2 tie against No. 5 Boston University, including three in overtime. The goalie made several quality saves, including on a partial breakaway in the first period by Terrier's skater Jenn Wakefield. She stopped 14 shots in the opening period and 13 in the third period.
During October 2010, Friars goalie Genevieve Lacasse had a 1.64 GAA and a .949 save percentage. These numbers were complimented by two shutouts. In addition, she accumulated a league-high 281 saves. In two games, she had over 40 saves.
December 4–5: Kate Bacon had three points over the weekend. She had a goal and an assist against New Hampshire on Saturday. The following day, she scored her team-leading 14th goal vs. the Connecticut Huskies.
December 5: Nicole Anderson collected two goals, one unassisted, in the Friars’ 5-1 win the Connecticut Huskies.
The Friars enter the holiday break with a four-game winning streak. Kate Bacon was one of 40 players invited to USA Hockey’s Women’s Winter Training Camp. Her last experience for the USA was with the Under-18 team that won the World Championships in 2008. Goalie Genevieve Lacasse was selected to play for Hockey Canada’s Under-22’s in the 2011 MLP Cup.
In the 2011 MLP Cup, Friars goalie Genevieve Lacasse earned a shutout in a 5-0 defeat of Switzerland on January 4. Prior to the match, she had made 57 consecutive starts for the Friars.
Kelli Stack scored the game-winning goal in overtime as Boston College defeated Providence by a 3-2 tally to advance to the Hockey East championship game. Providence goalie Genevieve Lacasse would break the record set by Florence Schelling earlier in the day for most saves in a tournament game with 58.