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Kendice Ogilvie is a women's ice hockey player from Alberta.
Ogilvie joined the Cornell Big Red in the autumn of 2008. Her first career NCAA point came on January 4, 2009 with an assist in a 4-3 losing effort at the hands of the Providence Friars, The following day, she logged two assists (also versus Providence) for the first multi point performance of her career. The first goal of her NCAA career would come on January 24 against the Brown Bears. The following season (2009-10), Ogilvie would score one of the biggest goals in Cornell history. Ogilvie scored the game winning goal in the ECAC Tournament that sent Cornell into the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history. Ogilvie was named the Most Outstanding Player of the 2010 ECAC Tournament, as she logged six goals and ten assists in four games. In the first round of the 2010 NCAA tournament, Ogilvie had a goal and an assist in a win versus Harvard. The victory put Cornell in the Frozen Four for the first time ever. Her four game winning goals in the 2009-10 season led all skaters on the Cornell roster. During the 2010-11 campaign, five of the goals she scored were game winners. One of those goals was scored against Dartmouth in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. On January 6, 2012, Ogilvie, (usually a fourth-line skater) contributed in the absence of six missing players from the roster. She logged the opening goal in a conference matchup against the Union Dutchwomen. Ogilvie would then add four assists for a five point performance. The following day, she scored a goal versus Rensselaer, in another conference matchup.
Awards and honorsEdit
- Most Outstanding Player, 2010 ECAC Tournament
- ECAC Player of the Week (Week of January 10, 2012)