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#28 Margaret Power
Position: Defender
Height: 5'9"
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Bentonville, Ark.
High School: Bentonville HS
Club: NWA Lightning
Experience: 1 Letter
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#28 Margaret Power
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 06/22/2012

2013 (Sophomore): Power played in all 24 matches during her sophomore season, contributing two goals and two assists. Her first of the season pushed the Razorbacks to a 2-0 win against Saint Louis on August 30. Power had four shots on goal during the 2013 season.

2012 (Freshman): Margaret Power saw action in 18 games as a freshman and earned eight total starts at defender. She finished the season with three shots on goal with a .333 shots on goal percentage. The sophomore also took nine shots. She tallied 953 minutes on the season, which ranks ninth on the team. Power’s signature moment came against Missouri State when she caught forward Haley Hatcher on a breakaway and sent her the ball, which resulted in the game-winning goal as Arkansas won 1-0.


2011 (Redshirt): Power practiced with the team, but did not see any game action in her first season. Power earned UA Academic Champion honors for a 4.0 semester grade point average and was also named to the Athletic Director’s List.

ODP: Power played ODP from 2008-10 with a selection to the Region 3 pool in 2009.

Club: Power played for the Northwest Arkansas Lightning from U12 through U18, and helped her teams win state titles at the U12, U14, U16 and U18 levels. Internationally, she played in a tournament in Stockholm, Sweden.

Bentonville HS: Power led BHS to Class 7A West Conference titles all four years, to the state championship her sophomore season and into the finals the other three years. Her state championship team allowed just two goals all year. Her junior team allowed only eight goals and her senior squad gave up no goals in conference play. Power had two goals and seven assists as a freshman, five and six as a sophomore, 10 and six as a junior, and 18 and five as a senior. She also played tennis, advancing to the state tournament as a junior, and basketball. Power was ranked ninth in a class of 707. She earned National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America honors, and received Arkansas Governor’s and UA Chancellor’s scholarships.

Personal: Born Jan. 26, she is the daughter of Mike and Rosemary Power. She is majoring in biochemistry.


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