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South Surrey goalie sets NCAA record

Elgin Park Secondary grad Hillary Pattenden put her name in the college hockey record books last month, after earning her 92nd career victory for Mercyhurst College.

The South Surrey goaltender, in her senior year with the Pennsylvania-based Lakers, became the NCAA’s all-time winningest goaltender when she shut out Lindenwood University 9-0 in mid-December.

The career-wins record was previously held by former Wisconsin Badgers netminder Jessie Vetter.

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