Women's Lacrosse


Molly  Little
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Molly Little


Tiverton, R.I.

High School:
Tabor Academy

Last College:
University of Vermont



Political Science

Career Highs:
  • Goals: 2, 5x, last vs. vs. High Point (5/11/18)
  • Assists: 2, vs. High Point (5/11/18)
  • Points: 4  vs. High Point (5/11/18)
  • Shots: 4, 5x, last vs. High Point (5/11/18)
  • Ground balls: 2, 4x, last at Vanderbilt (4/28/18)
  • Draw Controls: 9 vs. High Point (5/11/18)
  • Caused turnovers: 2, 2x, last at UConn (3/24/18)


  • Started in 18 games for the Pioneers, but made appearances in all 20... Scored 15 goals and added five assists... Finished second on the team with 60 draw controls... Picked up 14 ground balls and caused 10 turnovers... Led the team in draw controls in four games... Had a season-best two assists, four points and nine draw controls in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.


  • Began her career at the University of Vermont... Little played 16 games, starting in 10... Scored six goals and was credited with seven assists... Recorded the third-most ground balls (23) and won the fourth-most draw controls (17) on the team, and had a pair of multi-goal games... Earned her America East All-Rookie Team honors... Played varsity lacrosse for four years at Tabor Academy... Was named a captain her senior year and was team MVP her junior and senior years... Named to the New England Under Armour Underclass team... Earned All-American status her senior year... Ran cross country for two years and played basketball for one year at Tabor Academy... Made the Honor Roll her senior year and made the Commended List her junior year.


  • Born July 28, 1998 in Providence, R.I...Daughter of Karla and Henry... Chose Denver for the opportunity to be in a challenging academic and athletic environment in a beautiful place... Is looking forward to all of the opportunities that come with living in an outdoor community... Hobbies include skiing, hiking, sailing and travelling... Sports goals are to get better every single day and to win a conference championship... Most memorable lacrosse moment to date has been her first collegiate game at Louisville... Most memorable non-lacrosse moment has been cliff jumping in Bermuda... Political science major.



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