Grindatti saw her most action in 2012 and picked up her first ever collegiate goal. She played in 18 of the Tigers' 19 contests and started nine games. Her first ever score came in the NorPac opener against UC Davis on September 23.
In her second full season with the Tigers, Grindatti earned two starts while appearing in 16 games. She added two shots on goal, but her best moment came in sudden-death penalty strokes against Robert Morris. With the game on the line, she netted a penalty stoke to give Pacific its first home win of 2011. After the season she was given the Espirit De Corps for her effort on the field.
Grindatti recorded one assist in her nine appearances for the Tigers’ offense as a true freshman.
Maggie Grindatti graduated from Cheverus High School in Portland, Maine, in 2010. For the Stagg’s, she earned four varsity letters in field hockey, three varsity letters in softball, and three varsity letters in ice hockey. As a freshman, she won rookie of the year honors in both field hockey and softball. In 2009, she was named all-state in ice hockey, and in 2010 the Staggs were state champions. In field hockey, Grindatti was the team captain in 2010, and was an all-conference selection.
Maggie Grindatti was born in Portland, Maine, and is the daughter of Kurt and Kim Grindatti. She has one older brother, Michael. Grindatti is majoring in sports medicine with plans of becoming a personal trainer. Her hobbies include physical fitness, photography, skiing, dancing, going to the beach, and ice hockey.