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Maryann

Boddy

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MF
Height: 5'6"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bellevue, Wash.
High School: Seattle Prep

Bio

2008: Boddy started all 13 matches in which she appeared before an injury forced her to the sidelines for the remainder of the season. To that point she had two goals, one assist, and five total points on the year. She scored the game-winning goal against the University of Idaho on Sept. 5, then two days later, had the game winner versus Boise State via a penalty kick. Her assist came in the 1-1 draw against Portland State on Sept. 21. Boddy was still fourth on the team in shots taken with 30, and was fourth in shots on goal with 15.  

2007: Recovering from a knee injury suffered the previous spring, Boddy appeared in 16 matches, including eight starts, and finished with four goals and three assists. Her production started to increase in Seattle's 4-0 victory at Montana State Billings, when she earned a goal and two assists. The momentum continued into the next game against Western Washington, as Boddy picked up two goals and an assist in Seattle's 4-2 victory. Boddy was credited with the game-winning goal in the 2-1 win over Montana State Billings on Nov. 3. She also earned Academic All-GNAC recognition for her performance both on the field and in the classroom. 

2006: Boddy started all 20 matches for the Redhawks in 2006. Twice Boddy had two-goal games, once in the season opener August 24 versus CSU Monterey Bay and also September 24 versus Western Oregon. She earned Second Team All-GNAC and Academic All-GNAC honors for her performances both on the field and in the classroom.

2005: Boddy started all 20 matches for the Redhawks... Boddy was fifth on the Redhawks in points, 10th in goals, second in assists, third in shots and fourth in shots on goal... Boddy's first collegiate goal came in Seattle's 7-0 shutout at CSU Monterey Bay Aug. 27

2004: Boddy made her first -- and only -- appearance of the season in the NCAA Division II Far West Regional semifinals

Personal: Boddy has already earned her bachelor's degree in humanities and is enrolled in the Master of Sports Administration and Leadership program. Born on November 25, 1985, in Sitka, Alaska, her parents are Jeanie and Gary Boddy.

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