75 Boilermakers earn undergraduate degree
Injuries, overtime losses lead to tough 2nd year under coach Drew Roff
Purdue's 12 seniors to be recognized prior to Sunday's game
Seniors featured on the Boilermakers' annual team posters
Ginther makes a season-high seven saves, but can't stop OT breakaway
Holly Gregory 2014 Photo Gallery
Purdue vs Michigan State
Rick Szalach photo gallery from Purdue's Nebraska-Iowa road trip.
Purdue vs. Minnesota and Wisconsin
Purdue vs. Ohio State
Purdue Personal Preferences
Favorite Pro Team: Indianapolis Colts
Favorite Athlete or Coach: Patrick Gregory
Favorite Country to Root for at World Cup: USA
Favorite Playoff Format: March Madness
Person You'd Most Like to Shoot Against or Mark: Maddy Olsen
Person She'd Like to Have Dinner With: Kyle Crawford
In Her MP3 Player: The Weekend
Last Concert She Attended: Dave Matthews Band
Favorite Author: J.K Rowling
Favorite Actor & Actress: Johnny Depp & Jennifer Lawrence
Favorite Movie to Watch on Team Bus: Lion King
Favorite TV Series: Mr. Robot
Favorite Month: August
Favorite Holiday: Christmas
Favorite Food: Pizza
Favorite Outdoor Activity: Canoeing
Another Sport She Enjoys: Rollerblading
Favorite Building on Campus: Electrical Engineering
Favorite Big City: Boston
Unique Travel Locale: Japan
Country She'd Like to Visit: Spain
Favorite Thing About the Boilermaker Soccer Complex: The Grass
Enjoyed this Professor's Class: Ray Decarlo, Electrical & Computer Engineering
Furry Friend: Daisy & Ranger, Dogs
SENIOR / 2016
Academic All-Big Ten... did not see action due to injury... opted to close out her career after graduating in the spring.
JUNIOR / 2015
Gregory played in 15 games and started the final two games of the season... logged a season-high 60 minutes a shot in the overtime loss at Michigan... played 59 minutes in the shutout win at Indiana... also helped Purdue shut out Ohio and Evansville... logged double-figure minutes in 13 of the 15 games in which she played... averaged 19 minutes per game.
SOPHOMORE / 2014
Academic All-Big Ten... Gregory played in all 19 games and started 16 times... started the final 14 games of the season and was one of seven Boilers to start all 13 Big Ten games... assisted on goals by Alex Hairston vs. SIU Edwardsville, Delia Repasky at Marshall and Makaela Nellams at Maryland... recorded a shot in the wins against SIU Edwardsville and Marshall... saw the majority of her action at outside back and helped Purdue concede 17 fewer goals than 2013... went the distance seven times, logging a season-high 110 minutes in the draw with Michigan... averaged 79.3 minutes per game.
FRESHMAN / 2013
Gregory played in 18 of the 19 games, starting four times... missed only the Indiana game... started the first three games of the season at center back and the IPFW game at forward... was used primarily as a forward off the bench the rest of the season... scored a goal and assisted on Alex Hairston's score in the Xavier game... assisted on Hadley Stuart's game-winner in the victory against IPFW... went the distance against Xavier and Northern Illinois... led the reserves in minutes played in games against Kansas (59), Illinois (31), and Iowa (51)... logged double-figure minutes in all but one game in which she played... averaged 42 minutes per game.
HIGH SCHOOL / CLUB
Scored 85 goals and recorded over 50 assists as a four-year varsity starter despite playing only six games as a freshman due to injury... scored 31 goals as an all-state honoree her senior year... Bloomington Pantagraph Area Player of the Year as a junior after posting a 20-20 season (26 goals and 24 assists) and leading Normal Community to a third straight set of conference and regional titles... three-time first team all-conference and all-intercity performer had 19 goals and 13 assists as a sophomore... part of the Illinois state team at the 2011 National ODP Championships, accounting for a game-winning goal... on the club level, led her team to the state cup title in 2010 and the finals again a year later.
Major: Electrical Engineering
Parents: Steven & Kim Gregory (mother & grandfather Earl Hoock attended Purdue; father played football at Evansville)
Brothers: Patrick & Andrew (Andrew plays football at Northern Illinois)