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Molly Wolf
Molly  Wolf


Baltimore, Md.

High School:
Bryn Mawr



Worth Noting
• All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team goalkeeper ('15)
All-Patriot League Second Team goalkeeper ('15)
• Patriot League Academic Honor Roll ('14)

2016 (Senior)
• Patriot League Tournament MVP
• All-Patriot League First Team goalkeeper
• Patriot League All-Tournament Team
• Preseason ILWomen All-America Second Team
• Preseason All-Patriot League Team
• Stopped 12 shots in season opener at No. 7 Florida
• Turned back 10 shots at No. 16 Hopkins, including five in the two overtime periods and one by Dene’ DiMartino - a Tewaaraton Watch List selection - with just under two minutes to play in the second OT
• Named PL Defensive Player of the Week after a pair of 10-save games vs. JHU and Towson
• Recorded 500th save vs. No. 8 Virginia to become sixth Greyhound in program history to reach the plateau and the third since the turn of the century
• Picked up her 19th double-digit save game with 10 stops in an 8-2 win over Navy
• Earned second PL Defensive Player of the Week honor after American and Navy performances
• Tied a career-high 14 saves at Boston University while giving up just six goals
• Picked up second-straight DPOW honor for play during Georgetown and Boston University week
• Also named ECAC DPOW on March 29
• Stopped 100th shot of the season vs. Holy Cross
• Recorded 150th career ground ball at Bucknell
• Earned career-best 15 saves at Lafayette to move into fourth on Loyola’s career save records with 578
• Named Baltimore Sun Player of the Week (5/13) after Patriot League Tournament MVP performance
• Started and played in all 20 games of the season saving 164 shots on net
• Had eight games with 10+ saves

2015 (Junior)
All-Mid-Atlantic Region First Team goalkeeper
All-Patriot League Second Team goalkeeper
Two-time Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week
Two-time ECAC Division I South Defensive player of the Week
Led the Patriot League and finished the season ranked second in the NCAA in save percentage (.517)
Ranked fourth in the nation in saves, with 180
Also ranked 13th nationally with a 7.86 goals-against average
Led the Patriot League with 8.18 saves per game and ranked second in GAA and ground balls (50)
In Patriot League only games, Wolf led the League in GAA (5.60) and save percentage (.579)
Also ranked third in League games in saves per game, with 6.88
Throughout the year, logged seven 10-plus save games, including three-straight in the postseason
Tied a personal-best 14 saves in an upset win at No. 4 Boston College in the NCAA Second Round
Played 1222 minutes and 30 seconds between the pipes
Held 14-straight opponents to nine goals or less, including seven to six goals or less
Recorded 100th save of the season at American
Earned 100th career ground ball vs. Boston University
Had likely best career game vs. Navy in regular-season, stopping 12 shots and allowing just four goals in 60 minutes
Stopped 11 shots and allowed just three goals in NCAA First Round vs. Bryant
Also had five ground balls and three caused turnovers vs. the Bulldogs

2014 (Sophomore)
• Started all 21 games, logging 1134 minutes of playing time
• Ranked second in the Patriot League with an 8.90 goals-against average
• Also ranked second in the league with a .463 save percentage and third with 6.95 saves per game
• In conference only games, led all PL goalies with a 7.02 GAA
• Stopped 11 shots in season opening win at No. 6 UVA
• The 11 saves was her fourth career double-digit save game
• Named Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (2/18)
• Had a second-straight 11-save game in home opener vs. #17 Princeton
• Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (2/25)
• Earned Patriot League Honorable Mention (3/4)
• Stopped 200th career shot vs. Holy Cross
• Shutout Colgate in second half of 10-4 win
• Patriot League Defensive Player of the Week (4/7)
• Named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll

2013 (Freshman)
• Appeared and started in all 20 games
• Stopped first career shot 57 seconds into the the season vs. No. 8 Virginia
• Notched 11 saves in season opener, marking the most among any Greyhound freshman in their collegiate debut
• Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll on Feb. 18
• Earned first career win vs. No. 10 Penn State
• Joined with Natalia Angelo to record program's ninth shutout and head coach Jen Adams' first
• Earned the win vs. the Bearcats, playing 14:34
• Finished the season as the fourth-ranked freshman in the NCAA in GAA (10.08) and 36th overall
• Also ranked tied for 31st in the NCAA in saves (126) and was the sixth-ranked freshman

High School
• Three-time Under Armour All-American
• Baltimore Messenger's Player of the Year senior year
• Ranked the No. 2 goalie and No. 12 player overall in the ESPNHS Class of 2012 Top 100
• US Lacrosse All-American senior year
• Named the Varsity Sports Network Defensive Player of the Year in 2011
• Earned Baltimore Sun All-Metro honors as a junior
• IAAM All-Star junior year
• Earned Raven's Champion Athlete of the Week
• Baltimore Sun Athlete of the Week honors senior year





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