Senior duo tabbed finalists for top award in college lacrosse
As a Senior: Tewaaraton finalst...Honda Sports Award finalist...IWLCA First Team All-American...WomensLax.com Co-Attacker of the Year...NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team...All-ACC selection for the third straight year...tabbed to ACC Championship All-Tournament Team...named to Tewaaraton Watch List for the second straight year...has tallied 40 assists through 19 games, including a career-best six against Richmond (2/13) in the season opener...notched her 100th career assist on a Karri Ellen Johnson score with 1:01 remaining in the first half against No. 10 James Madison...ranked third on Maryland's all-time career list with 115...also seventh in points (251)...member of exclusive 100/100 club and one of only two active players nationally with 100 goals and 100 assists...named ACC Offensive Player of the Week (4/5)...has scored at least one goal in all 19 games Maryland has played this season, highlighted by three each against No. 16 Penn State (2/20), No. 3 Duke (2/25) and Stony Brook (3/22)...has tallied a point in 64 consecutive games...registered 10 points on five goals and five assists in a win at Towson (3/29)...boasted three goals and three assists as the Terps cruised past No. 12 Princeton (4/13)...also registered hat tricks against Virginia Tech (4/16) and in the semifinals of the ACC Championship against BC (4/22)...one of only three players in Maryland history to ever notch 100 points in a single season.
As a Junior in 2010: IWLCA Second Team All-American...IWLCA First Team South Region...NCAA Championship All-Tournament team...All-ACC...ACC All-Tournament team...Tewaaraton nominee...captain...registered four points on three goals and an assist against Northwestern to lift Maryland to its first national championship since 2001 (5/30)...scored five goals and added an assist in the NCAA Quarterfinals against Penn (5/22)... ACC Player of the Week (4/4) after tallying both game-winning goals in a pair of wins over No. 7 Towson at home and at No. 6 Penn... has tallied a point in 45-straight matches...Maryland is 43-2 during that span...tallied a season-high five draw controls and added five points on three goals and a pair of assists in a monumental win against Duke (2/27)...ended the season with 45 goals, 30 assists, 24 ground balls and 29 draw controls...scored multiple goals in 13 matches in 2010, including racking up 13 scores in the Terps' NCAA Tournament run... registered three or more points on 16 occasions.
As a Sophomore in 2009: Mollison etched her name in the Terrapin record books after tallying 39 assists in 2009, the eighth-best single-season tally in Maryland history...First Team Regional All-American and Second Team All-American...Womenslacrosse.com Second Team All-American...All-ACC and named to ACC All-Tournament team...ACC Player of the Week and Womenslacrosse.com Offensive Player of the Week (3/9) after scoring six goals in a pivotal conference win against Virginia (3/6)...a Tewaaraton Trophy nominee...also boasted 44 goals and had the third-most points on the squad this season...scored at least one goal in 19 out of 21 games, including two against North Carolina in the national semifinals...member of Australian national team which finished second in the 2009 FIL World Cup in Prague.
As a Freshman in 2008: Played in 18 games, while earning one start as a freshman...tallied eight goals and six assists for 14 points...was third on the team in game-winners, netting two...scored two goals in a 21-6 rout of Ohio State (4/6)...notched a goal and an assist in a win against #11 North Carolina (4/12)...repeated the feat again the next game, knocking down a pair of scores against #9 Georgetown (4/16)...scored two goals and added an assist in the NCAA tournament win against Temple (5/11).
Prep: Among the youngest members of the 2005 Australian World Cup team that won the championship ... has won seven Australian championships as a member of of the U-21 and U-17 Victorian junior national teams ... member of the U-19 team that finished second at the World Cup in 2003 ... played with the Victorian senior team from 2001-02, 2004-05, and in 2007 when she served as co-captain ... team captain for her U-21 team from 2005-07 while leading her team to three national championship ... member of the Victorian U-17 team from 1998-2004, winning four national championships ... played with the Footscray Lacrosse Club from 2001-07, serving as captain the last three seasons ... led Footscray to a pair of state league runner-up finishes ... also excels in track sprints and the javelin.
Personal: Sarah Ann Mollison was born on February 3, 1987 ... daughter of Sue and Paul Mollison ... has an older brother, James, and a younger brother, Bradley ... chose Maryland for both its academic and athletic opportunities ... enrolled in the College of Letters and Sciences.
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