Keene State College Men’s Club Hockey defeated Providence College Club Hockey 3-1 on Friday.

This game marked the Owls’ first win this season at Keene Ice.

Colton McCraken / Equinox Staff

Colton McCraken / Equinox Staff

KSC goaltender Carlin Testa recorded his first win in his first game played with 33 saves in 60 minutes of play.

In the first period, the Friars outshot KSC 10-7, scoring one goal and ending the period 1-0, with PC’s Tommy O’Brien scoring the only goal for the Friars.

In the second period, Keene State was still outshot. However, Tyler Duquette scored the tying goal with the assists coming from Mitchel Myers and Tucker Johnson. KSC soon struck again with a goal from captain Andrew Pierce.

The third period began with much back and forth action on the ice and several impeccable saves from both goaltenders. Duquette scored his second goal towards the end of the third.

Keene State closed out with a 3-1 victory making it their eleventh win of the season.

Keene State Club Hockey is back in action on Feb. 5, versus Northeastern University Club Hockey at Keene Ice.

Mary can be contacted at mcurtin@kscequinox.com