11 Molly Duffy
11 Molly Duffy
Height: 5-6
Year: Jr.
Hometown: New Providence, N.J.
High School: Oak Knoll School
Position: F
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2012: Appeared in and started 19 games as a junior...led the team in goals (19) and points (47) while ranking second in assists (nine)...was fifth in the NEWMAC in goals and points...recorded a hat-trick against Babson (9/15)...posted two goals and an assist versus New England College (8/31) and Gordon (9/12)...also scored twice against Wheaton (10/16)...earned two assists versus Clark (9/22)...recorded the game-winning goals against Nichols (9/19) and WPI (9/29) during the regular season...produced the game-winner versus Wellesley (11/3) in the semifinals of the NEWMAC tournament and Springfield (11/4) in the title game.

2011: Appeared in 23 games and started 21 as a sophomore...ranked second on the team in goals (23) and points (55) and was third in assists (nine)...goals and points total in a season rank second all-time at MIT...amassed nine points on four goals and an assist against Springfield in the NEWMAC semifinals (11/5)...also tallied four goals against Lasell (9/6)...registered game-winning goals over Gordon (9/14), Endicott (9/27), and Smith (10/1)...NEWMAC second team all-conference...NFHCA All-New England East Region first team.

2010: Appeared in all 19 games and started two as a freshman ... posted four goals for eight points...recorded the game-winning goal versus WPI (10/5) ... also found the back of the net against Simmons (9/9), Endicott (9/28), and Daniel Webster (10/14).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering with a minor in business management and a concentration in business...was a summer analyst and project intern at 614 Group, a digital media consulting startup...completed a UROPs in the MIT Sloan School of Management studying consumer psychology and management techniques in research and development funding...internship with Restore Clothing ... Alpha Phi sorority.

High School: A 2010 graduate of Oak Knoll School ... Most Outstanding forward award ... Most Outstanding freshman award ... junior varsity team captain ... member of three state championship teams ... National Science Honor Society.