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.
Jessica Vella notched two goals, including the game winner in overtime.
Bryant earned her second shutout of the season with 19 saves.
Friars set a new season high with 9 goals in the victory.
2013-14: Appeared in 18 games for the Friars ... Collected two points on one goal and one assist ... Her lone assist came against 10th-ranked Mercryhurst (Oct. 13) ... Was a Hockey East Weekly Top Performer (Feb. 24).
2012-13: Played in all 36 games... Registered 19 points on one goal and 18 assists... Her 18 assists tied for second on the team... Scored her first collegiate goal in a win at Maine on Nov. 2... Tallied three multi-point games against Northeastern (1/20), Maine (1/27) and UCONN (2/1)... Was second on the team with 42 blocked shots... Was named Hockey East Rookie of the Week on Nov. 5.
BEFORE PROVIDENCE: Two-time National Team Development Camp attendee...Graduated from Roseville High School...Earned four varsity letters in ice hockey...Also participated in lacrosse and soccer...Led Roseville to Sectional Championship and State AA title game as a senior, accumulating 36 points on 11 goals and 25 assists in 31 games...All-State Honorable Mention...Two-time All-Conference selection...Led Centennial High to three straight conference championships before leaving to join Roseville...Selected to play for the Upper Midwest High School Elite League in 2010 and 2011...Led the 2010 Elite Midwest team to the championship...Also played club hockey for Minnesota Junior Whitecaps...Sister Jocelyn plays ice hockey for Lindenwood University...Honor roll student.
PERSONAL NAME: Alexa Slattery FAMILY: Daughter of Michael and Nancy Slattery. Has three sisters, Jocelyn, Angelina and Camille, and two brothers, Mitchel and Matt. MAJOR: Undeclared
Career Highs Goals: 1 (2/21/14 at Vermont) Assists: 2 (2/1/13 at Connecticut) Points: 2 (2/1/13 at Connecticut)
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