PC jumped out a 3-0 first period lead. The Friars first goal came off a turnover by Terrier defenseman Sean Escobedo. PC's Andy Balysky was then able to beat BU goalie Kiran Millan just 2:48 into the game.
34 seconds latter, Matt Montesano potted a goal from inside the slot, making it 2-0.
Latter in the frame, Stefan Demopoulos increased the Providence lead to 3-0 at the 16:24 mark.
BU would storm back in period two. A little over a minute into the second, Matt Nieto scored his first of the season on a wrist shot that beat PC goalie Alex Beaudry over his shoulder.
Less than a minute latter, Corey Trivino notched his second of the season on the power play. He punched in a loose rebound into a vacant PC goal.
Minutes into the third, defenseman Garett Noonan tied things up at Schneider Rink. He was able to flip a shot over Beaudry's arm and into the net.
Following Noonan's goal, BU defenseman Max Nicastro was called for high sticking. On the power play, PC's Myles Harvey ripped a slapper passed Millan, which re-gained the lead for the Friars.
Minutes latter, Ross Mauermann iced the Friar lead, scoring off a rebound.
BU falls to 1-1-0 on the year as PC picks up their first win under new head coach Nate Leaman.
The Terriers play third ranked Denver tomorrow night at Agganis.