Freshman Cassidy Carels had 3 goals in the win.
Pendleton matched a career high with three assists in the loss.
Simpson and Buie notched a goal and an assist each.
Bryant earned her second shutout of the season with 19 saves.
Eleven different Friars found their names on the score sheet.
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)
Official StoreOfficial Online
Women’s Hockey Unveils...
Providence College women’s hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney announced today (June 13) the program’s 34-game schedule for 2017-18.
Christina Putigna Selected...
Providence College women’s hockey forward Christina Putigna (Grimsby, Ontario) has been selected to the Hockey Canada’s National Women’s...
Alanna Serviss '18 on the...
Alanna Serviss, the junior goalie for the Women's Ice Hockey team, was a guest on the college's podcast.
Women’s Ice Hockey...
It was announced today [April 24] by Providence College Athletics Director Bob Driscoll that women’s ice hockey Head Coach Bob Deraney has signed a...
Women's Hockey Holds End Of ...
The Providence College women’s hockey team held its annual year end awards banquet at Schneider Arena on April 23. The team honored its five graduating...
Whitney Dove Wins Hockey...
The Providence College women’s hockey team claimed two major Hockey East end-of-year awards and placed three on the Honorable Mention All Star Team....
Carels won the Sportsmanship Award and Dove was named to the Pro Ambitions All-Rookie Team.
The Providence College women’s hockey team was defeated by the Vermont Catamounts, 5-2. Providence finishes the season with a 17-17-3 overall record...