Wolf Named Women's Lacrosse Volunteer Assistant Coach

BALTIMORE - Loyola University Maryland head women’s lacrosse coach Jen Adams has announced the addition of Molly Wolf as a volunteer assistant coach. 

Wolf, an All-American from Baltimore, Maryland, concluded her career in 2016 as one of the top goalkeepers in program history. 

“I could not be more excited to welcome Molly Wolf to our coaching staff,” Adams said. “Molly was an incredible player here at Loyola and I am confident that she will bring an exciting brand of coaching and expertise to our sideline. I’m thrilled that she will begin this next chapter of her Loyola lacrosse career with us.”

Wolf was a spark between the pipes for the Greyhounds, starting every game of her four-year career and logging more minutes in goal than any other player in program history.

As a senior, the first-team All-Patriot League goalkeeper was named the Patriot League Tournament MVP after leading Loyola to a third-straight conference title in 2016. She also held all but two conference foes to six goals or less, while she led the League in goals-against average (6.16) and save percentage (.607) as a senior. Nationally, she finished the year ranked ninth nationally with 164 saves and sixth in the NCAA with a .519 save percentage.

A two-time All-Mid-Atlantic Region First team goalkeeper, Wolf concluded her career with 23 double-digit save games and 603 saves, making her just the fourth Loyola goalkeeper to eclipse 600 saves and the first since Tricia Dabrowski did so from 1999-2002. She also ranks ninth at Loyola with 155 career ground balls and seventh with an 8.72 career goals-against average.

Throughout her career, Wolf helped Loyola to a 57-26 overall record, four-straight NCAA Tournament appearances and three-straight conference championships. She helped the Greyhounds post a 32-1 record in conference games and victories over 16 nationally ranked foes.

Wolf will join the Greyhounds for the remainder of their Fall Ball schedule. This weekend, Loyola will host Penn State (10:15 a.m.) and Boston College (12:55 p.m.) Sunday in a play day at Ridley Athletic Complex.