2011: Played in all 20 games at defensive midfield ... ranked fifth on the team in ground balls (37) and caused turnovers (7) ... registered three goals and two assists for five points ... had a career-high two assists in win over Presbyterian (4/11) ... picked up at least one ground ball in 17 contests and had multiple ground balls in 12 contests ... collected a season-best six ground balls in win over Loyola (3/11) ... registered three ground balls and two caused turnovers in NCAA Tournament first round win over Delaware (5/14) ... went 9-of-31 at the faceoff X (.290) ... won a season-high four restarts against Dartmouth (3/20).2010: Played in 19 contests … a key member of the defensive midfield and faceoff midfield … won 50-of-101 faceoffs and picked up 34 ground balls for the season … won a career-best 13-of-18 restarts against Presbyterian (4/9) … also picked up a season-high eight ground balls against the Blue Hose … captured 7-of-12 faceoffs in regular season victory at No. 1 Virginia (4/17) … was successful on 4-of-8 battles at the X in the NCAA Tournament first round win against Johns Hopkins (5/15) … picked up four ground balls against the Blue Jays … won 2-of-4 restarts in NCAA semifinal win over Virginia (5/29) … named to the All-ACC Academic Team.
2009: Missed the season due to injury.
2008: Played in 18 games ... posted career-highs of four goals and five total points in win over Presbyterian (3/11) ... also secured six-of-eight faceoffs against the Blue Hose ... finished the year with six goals and one assists while winning 46-of-109 (.422) draws ... named to the Academic All-ACC team ... ACC Academic Honor Roll selection.
2007: Played in 11 games ... led Duke in faceoff percentage by winning 44-of-82 (.537) draws ... top outing came in the NCAA Quarterfinals against North Carolina (5/20), securing 11-of-18 (.611) faceoffs with six ground balls as the Blue Devils erased a 6-1 deficit to post a 19-11 victory ... in the national semifinals versus Cornell (5/26), won just nine-of-20 (.450) draws but secured the biggest faceoff of the season when, with the game tied at 11-11 and just 17 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, outdueled John Glynn (15-of-22 in the contest) for possession that led to Zack Greer’s game-winning goal with three seconds left on the clock ... finished the year with 28 ground balls.
Prep: Four-year letterman at Manhasset under coach Alan Lowe ... helped team to a four-year record of 67-9 with three Long Island championships and the 2004 state crown ... the 2004 Manhasset squad went 20-0 and was ranked number one in the nation ... two-time all-county selection ... missed the majority of senior season due to injury ... three-year letterman and two-time all-county choice in football ... lettered four seasons in track and field.
Personal: Son of Jeffrey and Paula Molinari ... brother, Cullen, played lacrosse at Georgetown and graduated in 2009, borther Shane was a member of the UMass men's lacrosse program ... brother Jeff is a sophomore member of the men's lacrosse team at Harvard, older sister Morgan played lacrosse at Notre Dame and graduated in 2006 ... ... born July 25, 1988.
Missed season to injury