21/8 - Molly McShane
Molly McShane
Height: 5-6
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Lake Bluff, Ill.
High School: Los Altos
Position: M
Major: Mechanical Engineering

2012: Started all 16 games...15 goals...two assists...17 points...two man-up goals...34 groundballs...40 draw controls...seven caused turnovers...led the team in groundballs, ranked second in draw controls, and fourth in goals, points, and caused turnovers...found the back of the net twice against Framingham State (3/20), Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (3/26), Mount Holyoke (3/31), Southern Maine (4/7), and Keene State (4/12)...also earned an assist at Keene State for a season-high three-point performance...collected six groundballs versus Mount Holyoke (3/31)...notched five draw controls against Eastern Connecticut (3/17)...generated two caused turnovers at Wellesley (4/10)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.

2011: Played in 15 games, started 14...eight goals...four assists...12 points...25 groundballs...22 draw controls...nine caused turnovers...ranked second on the team in draw controls, third in groundballs, fourth in assists...scored twice against Gordon (3/8)...posted three points (one goal, two assists) at Framingham State (4/5)...collected five groundballs against Smith (4/26)...earned four draw controls versus Western Connecticut (3/20)...NEWMAC academic all-conference.

2010: Started all 16 games...six goals...six points...28 groundballs...15 draw controls...eight caused turnovers...ranked fourth on the team in groundballs and caused turnovers and fifth in draw controls...had a hat-trick against Smith (4/10)...collected five groundballs at Gordon (3/18)...earned five draw controls versus Springfield (3/27)...posted two caused turnovers against Southern Maine (3/22), Western Connecticut (3/24) and Wellesley (4/28).

Off the Field at MIT: Majoring in mechanical engineering...also a member of the MIT field hockey team.

High School: A 2009 graduate of Los Altos High School (Calif.)...played field hockey...Los Altos Co-Athlete and Co-Scholar Athlete of the Year...first team All-Central Coast Section...team co-MVP...Los Altos High Eagle Award...Renssalaer Medal in Math and Science.