Checking in with freshman field hockey player Emma Mackie.
As a Freshman: Played 18 games and appeared in the starting line-up 17 times... Finished the season with seven points on two goals and three assists... Scored her first collegiate goal against Kent State on September 3... Registered the first assist of her career against Georgetown on September 14... Earned an assist on the game-winning goal to defeat Villanova (1-0) on October 13... Notched a season-high three points (1g, 1a) against Towson on September 16... On November 2, was honored by Field Hockey BC as Junior Female Player of the Year (U-18), having played with the Delta Falcons Field Hockey Club prior to her arrival at Providence.
In High School: Attended South Delta Secondary School and also played four years of soccer and one year of basketball... A member of the Women's Canadian Junior National Team (2010-present)... Also competed for the Delta Falcons Club (2003-12), Polar Bears Travel Team (2010-11) and the British Columbia Provincial Team (2008-12)... Served as team captain for the U-14 and U-16 Team (British Columbia) as well as her high school field hockey and soccer teams... Tournament All-Star for U-16 and U-18 Team in B.C. ... Also helped guide South Delta Secondary to a second-place finish in the province (2009)... Was a member of the Canadian National Championship Team (2010)...Helped guide BC Blue to 2012 U-18 National Championship gold medal in Calgary.
Personal: Born June 25, 1994...Daughter of Jim and Wendy Mackie... Marketing major.