The Friars out-shot the Terriers 42-24 in the match up.
The Friars will advance to the Hockey East Semifinal game for the 11th straight season.
Pendleton matched a career high with three assists in the loss.
Beth Hanrahan scored twice in the Friars loss.
Eleven different Friars found their names on the score sheet.
2013-14: Appeared in six games for the Friars ... Finished the season with a 4.27 goals against average and a .829 save percentage.
2012-13: Started 10 of the 12 games she played in... Recorded a save percentage of .868 and a goals against average of 3.87... Made a career-high 36 saves against UNH (11/11) and at Harvard (12/7) ... Contributed to the Friars comeback to win 5-3 after being down 3-0 against UConn (11/10) ... Made her first post-season appearances against UNH (3/2) and Boston University (3/9)... Had her first playoff win against UNH (3/2).
2011-12...Started all six games she played in...Named Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week (1/9)...Recorded a save percentage of .909 and a goals against average of 2.49... Earned her first collegiate victory with a 9-3 victory against Yale (11/1)...Played in two conference games, earning her first Hockey East victory with a 7-4 in against Maine (11/6)...Defeated visiting Robert Morris, 3-1 (1/7), making 24 saves
2010-11... Appeared in two games as a freshman, registering a save percentage of .914 and a goals against average of 3.05...Made her collegiate debut at Maine (1/3), stopping 27 shots...Played the second and third periods at nationally-ranked Boston University (1/9), making 26 saves...Joined older sister Leigh as the first sibling teammates to play for the Friars since Marlene and Michelle Ricci in 1988.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Graduated from Lexington High School... Earned seven varsity letters including four in ice hockey and three in field hockey... Led her ice hockey team to a 16-0 regular season record and the Middlesex League Championship in 2010... Finished her career with 35 shutouts and a.960 save percentage... Was a four-time Middlesex League All-Star... 2010 Middlesex League MVP... Two-time Boston Herald Dream Team selection... 2010 Boston Globe Super Team selection... Led her club team Assabet Valley to four national championships... Worked with children with special needs at Lexington High... Honor Roll member as a junior and a senior.
PERSONAL NAME: Nina Riley BIRTH DATE: May 7, 1992 FAMILY: Daughter of Tom and Paula Riley. Has one sister, Leigh, who played defense for the Friars from 2007-11. MAJOR: Psychology
Career Highs Saves: 36 (12/7/12 at Harvard) Career Shutouts: - Goals Allowed: 8 (12/7/12 at Harvard)
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