No. 12 Bryant Escapes with One-Goal Win at Providence

The hosts would cut Bryant's lead to one, 4-3, despite a great save by Waldt on the initial shot from Keenan Assaraf when Joseph Fitzpatrick gathered the rebound and fired it past Waldt with 9:17 to play in the third. Trup Ortlieb would knot the score at 4-4 less than a minute later.

"Give Providence credit," said Pressler. "We knew it was going to be a great battle over there. I told that to the team, and Providence played as advertised. But the key thing was that we never let them take the lead. That was very important, and right after they tied the game, we went up, 6-4. Any time you can find a way to win on the road is a great win."

Zomerfeld would lead all scorers with four points (1g, 3a) on the day, with linemate Dunster adding three more (2g, 1a). The Friars forced eight caused turnovers, with the Bulldogs recording four, including two from MacGrotty.

Bryant next takes its five-game winning streak back on the road and will head to Long Island to take on the University of Richmond on neutral ground Saturday afternoon (2:00 p.m.) at Cold Spring Harbor High School.

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