26 - Molly Carleton
|Hometown:||Shaker Heights, OH|
|High School:||Laurel School|
Carleton is fast and aggressive with the ball and possesses a solid presence in the attacking circle ... Appeared in 15 games, starting in 13 last season ... Finished as the fourth-leading scorer on the team with 5-1-11 totals, including 3-1-7 numbers in Ivy League games ... Scored Brown's lone goal in a 3-1 loss at Connecticut and a loss at Princeton ... Also tallied goals against Dartmouth, Columbia, and Pacific ... Enters this season with 20 career points on nine goals and two assists ... Natural athlete who has developed into a key contributor for the Bears ... Before Brown: Two-time captain of the field hockey team at the Laurel School and a 1998 and 1999 All-Ohio Selection ... First Team PSL in 1997, 1998 and 1999 and an Honorable Mention selection in 1996 ... Most Valuable Player for PSL as a junior ... First Team Northeastern Ohio in 1996 and 1998 and an honorable mention pick in 1997 ... Recognized as the Most Valuable Offensive Player at the Laurel School for three straight years ... USFHA Field Hockey Festival participant with the Ohio Magic (1998) and Cleveland Crush (1999) ... USFHA National Futures Tournament selection in 1998 and 1999 ... Participated in the Sports for Understanding International Exchange Program in 1997, traveling to Holland ... An accomplished lacrosse player, she was the recipient of the 1998 PSL Most Valuable Player Award ... First team PSL honors in 1997, 1998 and 1999 ... Active in the "Look Up to Cleveland" program ... Personal: Daughter of Paul and Sherry Carleton ... Concentrating in Business Economics.