|Hometown:||Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.|
|High School:||Grosse Pointe South|
2017-18:Pendy played in all nine events for Ohio during the season…Registered 1,951 strokes in 25 rounds to register a 78.04 average…At the 2018 MAC Championships she finished tied for 24th place, finishing with a 238 (+22)… Highest finish came at the 2017 KZoo Classic where she finished the tournament in sixth place where finished the first and third rounds with a 75, while shooting a second-round score of 77, giving her a three-round score of 227 (+11)…Finished the Shirley Spork EMU Invitational tied for 12th place. While there, she shot a 79 in the first round and came back for a second day score of 74. She wrapped up the tournament with a 76 to finish with a 229 (+13) … Lowest round of the season came at the Rio Verde Invitational where in the second round, she shot a season-low of 72, helping her finish the tournament tied for 16th place after posting a final score of 227 (+11)…Finished the season with three top-20 performances and six top-50 performances…Was named the MAC Sportswomen of the Year…Named Academic All-MAC.
2016-17: Pendy competed in all 11 events for the Bobcats during 2016-17…in 30 rounds, Pendy registered 2,321 strokes for a 77.37 stroke average…Pendy shot a career best low round of 71 at the Mary Fossum Invitational…At the Mary Fossum Invitational, Pendy opened the event with an 82 and followed that up with an 80. Pendy then improved her score by nine strokes in the third round, shooting the 71 for a total of 233 (+21)…Pendy’s best finish came at the Colonel Classic on March 31-April 1 where she opened play with a 76 and then followed that up with two-straight rounds of 73 to give her a total of 222 (+6) and a second place finish…Pendy’s 222 and second place finish set a new career low tournament score and was the highest finish of her career… At the 2017 MAC Championships, Pendy shot a 77, 76 and an 80 to finish the tournament with a 233 (+17) and trying her for an 18th place finish…Pendy the KZoo Classic tied for 15th place after finishing the competition with a 231 (+15)…Pendy added another top-10 finish on Oct. 24 at the Silver Lake Shootout when the finished the tournament with a ninth-place finish after shooting a 156 (+12) a the 36-hole event…Pendy finished in the top-50 nine times during the season…Pendy also earned a spot on the 2017 Academic All-MAC team.
2015-16: Competed in nine events for the Bobcats during the season...In 26 rounds, Pendy registered 2,043 strokes for an average of 78.57...She shot a season-low round of 73 in the second round of the 2016 MAC Championships...Pendy's best finish was at the Snowman Classic where she registered an 83 and an 84 to finish with a total of 167 (+23)...Pendy finished tied for 19th at the Colonel Classic where she opened play with a 77 in the first round and then shot a 79 and an 84 in the second and third rounds to finish with a total of 237 (+21)...At the MAC Championships, Pendy opened the tournament with a first round score of 77. She then followed that up with a 73 and then finished the competition with a 79 for a three-round total of 229 (+13), tying her for 27th place...Pendy was named Academic All-MAC.
2014-15: Competed in 11 events totaling for 26 rounds and 2032 strokes…averaged 78.15 per stroke…lowest round score was 73, highest finish was fourth at the Golden Grizzlies Invitational…scored 80 or below in 18 of her 26 rounds…Finished 21st at the MAC Championships with a score of 239 (+23).
High School: Crowned Michigan High School Division I Individual State Champion as a senior in 2013 ... Named to Michigan's Super Team as a senior ... Selected as Michigan All-State as a junior and sophomore ... Honorable Mention Michigan All-State as a freshman ... Earned All-Macomb Area Conference and academic all-conference honors all four years of her prep career.
Personal: A native of Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. ... Undecided on an area of study.
"Lilly is a fantastic student-athlete, and she has the strength and the skills to make an impact on our team beginning in the fall," said Head Coach Kelly Ovington. "We are very excited to have Lily join our program and look forward to seeing her in the record books."