Duke Field Hockey BIO
9 Molly Johnson
2009: Appeared in 13 games, starting one her rookie campaign ... tallied one shot on goal.
Prior to Duke: A four-year letterwinner at Madison High School ... second team all-conference and third team all-county in 2008 ... captained the team as a senior ... honorable mention all-county and all-conference in 2007 ... led Madison to the conference championship for four consecutive years ... claimed the county championship from 2006-08 and the sectional championship from 2005-07 ... played with The Edge club team from 2005-08 ... captained the U-19 and U-16 teams ... won the gold medal at the 2009 National Indoor Tournament with the U-19 squad ... won the Fairfax (Va.) Indoor Tournament in 2008 ... helped The Edge U-16 squad win the gold medal at the National Hockey Festival in 2005 and 2006 ... The Edge also won the Monmouth Jamboree and State College Indoor championships in 2007 ... also competed with the Northeast U-16 and U-19 teams at the Garden State Games from 2005-07 ... played with the ZAG Field Hockey Team at the Argentina Cup in 2006 ... lettered four years on the Madison track team ... competed in the long jump, high jump and relays ... won the long jump at the Morris County Relay Championships and conference championships in 2009 ... jumped 17 feet, two inches at the conference championships ... took second in the long jump at sectionals ... led the track team to three conference championships ... a member of the National Honor Society and the French National Honor Society ... High Honor Roll four times ... an Edward J. Bloustein Scholar as a senior ... graduated top 10 in her class ... volunteered with the Food Pantry.
Personal: Born October 18, 1990 ... daughter of Julie Carlson and Thomas Johnson ... has two sisters, Allyson and Kelly ... sister Allyson ('07) is a Duke alumnus ... sports hero is Dara Torres ... non-sports hero is her mother ... favorite book is Where the Red Fern Grows.