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Maggie Pendleton
Maggie Pendleton

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Woodbury, Minn.

High School:
Hill Murray High School

Height:
5-10

Position:
Defense

Birthdate:
05/13/1992


11/23/2013

Carels' Hat Trick Leads Providence to an 8-1 Win Over Maine

Freshman Cassidy Carels had 3 goals in the win.

02/24/2013

Women's Ice Hockey Drops A Close Fought Battle To No. 10 Northeastern, 4-3

Pendleton matched a career high with three assists in the loss.

02/17/2013

Women's Ice Hockey Ties New Hampshire 3-3 At The Whittemore Center

Simpson and Buie notched a goal and an assist each.

02/01/2013

Women's Ice Hockey Blanks Connecticut, 5-0

Bryant earned her second shutout of the season with 19 saves.

01/20/2013

Women's Ice Hockey Falls 8-7 to No. 10 Northeastern

Eleven different Friars found their names on the score sheet.

AT PROVIDENCE:

2013-14: Dressed 31 games as the Friars' captain ... Finished the season with nine points on two goals and seven assists ... Tallied a power-play goal in the first game of the season at Union (10/4) ... Later went on to notch two assists in the Friars' 6-2 win at Union (10/5) en route to being named a Hockey East Weekly Top-Performer ... Notched two points against ranked opponents ... Five of her nine points came in league play ... Assisted on the game-winning goal in the Friars' 3-2 overtime win in the 19th Annual Mayor's Cup ... Was tied for second on the team in defensemen scoring ... Tied at 17th all-time for most career games played with 138 ... Inducted into Providence College's Chi Alpha Sigma organization for maintaining at least a 3.4 grade-point average throughout her senior year ... Was awarded with the team's Academic Award and Captain's Award to become the first Friar to earn a team award each of her four years with Providence.

2012-13: Played in all 36 games... Registered a career-best 19 points on three goals and 16 assists... Tallied 14 points in league play to rank her tied for fourth among all Hockey East defensemen... Matched a career-high three assist game at Northeastern (2/24)... Tallied five multi-point games and notched six points against ranked opponents... Was recognized with the teams 2013 Coaches' Award.

2011-12...Played in 36 games...Registered a career-best 12 points on three goals and nine assists...Recorded a career-best three-point game with three assists against Yale (11/1)...Contributed a five-game point streak (11/1-11/13)...Tallied two, power play goals...Was second on team with a rating of +13...Played in 20 conference games with eight points on three goals and five assists

2010-11...Appeared in 35 games as a freshman, registering two assists...Recorded her first career point with an assist against Maine (11/7)...Added one assist in the Friars' outdoor game against UConn at Rentschler Field (2/13)...Played in 21 conference games, recording two assists.

BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Graduated from Hill Murray High School... Earned 13 varsity letters including five in ice hockey... Named All-State honorable mention as a senior... Led Hill Murray High to three consecutive conference championships... Chosen for the Upper Midwest Elite Hockey League as one of the top-60 girls in the region... Selected to the All-Star team... Joined classmate Corinne Buie at the 2007 and 2008 National Camps coached by Bob Deraney... Was a High Honor Roll student... Earned four academic letters in high school... Named Academic All-State in hockey and tennis... Served as a member of the Spanish Club and the Hill Murray High 10 Year Strategic Planning Committee.

PERSONAL
NAME: Maggie Pendleton
FAMILY: Daughter of Kip and Annie Pendleton.  Has two brothers, William and Ford.
MAJOR: English

Career Highs Goals: 1 (11/23/13 vs Maine) Assists: 3 (2/24/13 at Northeastern) Points: 3 (2/24/13 at Northeastern)

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