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Height: 5'4"
Year: Senior
City/State: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
High School: Western Canada
Experience: 2 Letters


Team captain ... a member of the Canadian National Team ...

2007: A second team STX/NFHCA All-America pick ... earned first team All-South Region accolades for the second straight season ... was named to the All-ACC squad for the first time in her career ... received ACC Player of the Week honors on Oct. 2 after leading Duke to a pair of victories at Boston College (Sept. 28) and Boston University (Sept. 30) ... started all 20 games ... ranked first on the team in goals (15) and points (39) while adding a team second-best nine assists ... her 15 tallies ranked third in the ACC while her nine assists ranked tied for eighth and her 39 points ranked tied for fourth ... the 15 goals moved her into ninth place on the Duke career charts with 41 total tallies ... owns 108 points through 65 career contests, a total which ranks seventh in school history ... her 1.95 points per game average ranked tied for eighth in the NCAA while her 0.75 goals per game clip ranked 11th ... netted a team-best four game-winning goals in 2007 ... had a six-point performance vs. Delaware (Oct. 20) with three goals ... scored more than one goal on four occasions ... had three multiple assist games ... secured five points vs. James Madison in the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 10) on the strength of two goals and one assist ...

2006: A third team STX/NFHCA All-America selection ... received first team All-South Region All-America honors ... garnered ACC Player of the Week honors on Sept. 18 after recording back-to-back hat tricks versus Appalachian State (Sept. 16) and Old Dominion (Sept. 17) ... started all 22 games ... posted a team-leading 48 points on 19 goals and 10 assists ... ranked 15th in the NCAA in points per game (2.18) ... her 19 goals was a team-best and ranked second in the ACC ... ranked tied for 16th nationally in goals per game (0.86) ... her 10 assists tied for tops on the team and her 0.45 helpers per game ranked tied for seventh in the ACC ... recorded a season-high seven points on two occasions with three goals and one assist versus Appalachian State (Sept. 16) and at Drexel (Oct. 10) ... netted three hat tricks on the season ... dished out three assists versus Kent State (Sept. 2) and Villanova (Oct. 9) ...scored a team-leading five game-winning goals on the year ...

2005: Started 22 of 23 games as a midfielder ... earned 21 points off seven goals and seven assists ... scored a hat trick in her first collegiate game while adding an assist in the same contest against Louisville .... also scored goals against Ohio State, Old Dominion, Harvard and Virginia in the ACC Tournament ... tallied assists in games versus Iowa, Boston College, Northwestern and Maryland in the ACC Tournament semifinal ... named to the All-ACC Academic team ... 

PREP: Played for three years at Western Canada High School, leading the team to the 2003 league championship ... helped Sha Tin College to four league titles (1998-2002) ... three-year participant on the Alberta U-18 indoor and outdoor teams ... was on the U-21 team in 2003 and 2004 ... U-18 team captain in 2004 and 2005 ... named to the Jr. Canadian National squad in 2003 and 2004 ... captain of the 2003 U-16 team ... selected to the Hong Kong U-18 team in 2002 ... led the U-16 team to a third place finish at the Asia Cup ... played in test series against Singapore as a member of the Hong Kong U-16 team in 2001 ... played in Cardiff, Wales with the U-14 team in 2000 ...

PERSONAL: Born August 18, 1987 in Waratah, Australia ... daughter of Jim Dickinson and Barbara Hennessey ... favorites include roast lamb, Million Dollar Baby, Love Actually, Said Hanrahan, Powderfinger and Nikki Hudson ... dream job would be a pilot for the Royal Australian Flying Doctors ...

COACH’S QUOTE: “I’ll say throughout these quotes that the team decided that they wanted to identify what our program should be known for and for what Duke hockey is. And I will say that Marian is Duke hockey. She has international experience, she understands the game, she is very skilled and she is a workhorse. The success of this team truly matters to her; she is a captain, a role model and a great teammate.”

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